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Sara Schlackman was born on the 26th January 1979, in New York City, USA, of part-Jewish ancestry, and is an actress perhaps best recognized for her roles of Carmen Ferrara in “Popular” and Claude Casey in the “Less Than Perfect” TV series. Some of her other notable acting appearances of include “Rules of Engagement”, “Malibu Country” and “Impastor” sitcoms, and a host role in the reality TV show “Shedding for the Wedding”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth Sara has accumulated? How rich Sara Rue is? According to sources, it is estimated that the amount of Sara Rue’s net worth, as of early 2017, figures around the sum of $1 million, acquired through her acting career which now spans almost 30 years, since 1988.
Sara Rue Net Worth $1 million
Sara was born the elder of two children of an actress Joan, and stage manager Marc Schlackman. As her parents were both regularly active on Broadway, it is no wonder that she managed to embark on a successful acting career herself. Her interest in acting dates back to the age of nine, when she appeared in the 1988 drama movie “Rocket Gibraltar”, portraying Jessica Hanson, the daughter of Kevin Spacey’s character. This was followed by the role of Edda Pasetti in 26 episodes of the “Grand” TV series in 1990. These engagements helped Sara Rue to establish herself as a promising young actress and also provided the basis for her net worth.
In 1990, Sara was cast for the role of Megan Scanlan in Charlie Peters’ comedy movie “Passed Away”, while in 1992 she starred in the “Roseanne” TV series, playing the title character’s teenage “version”. Between 1993 and 1994, Sara Rue appeared as Monica in 14 episodes of “Phenom”, while in 1995 and 1996 she starred as Darby Gladstone in the “Minor Adjustments” TV series. In 1998 she appeared in “Can’t Hardly Wait” romantic comedy film, as well as in “The Simple Life” TV series. However, the real breakthrough in her acting career occurred in 1999 when she was cast as Carmen Ferrara in The WB Television Network’s teenage comedy-drama TV series “Popular”, appearing in 43 episodes, through its two-season long run before it was canceled in 2001. It is certain that the latter engagement helped Sara Rue to earn a huge dose of popularity, as well as a significant sum of money.
In 2002 she appeared in three episodes of “The Division”, while later that year she began in the regular cast of “Less Than Perfect” TV series as Claude Casey, appearing in over 80 episodes ’til 2006. In 2009 and 2010, Sara portrayed Penny Higgins in 13 episodes of “Eastwick”, while between 2010 and 2013 she had the recurring role of Brenda in CBS’ popular sitcom “Rules of Engagement”. Some of her more recent engagements include notable performances in “Mom”, “Impastor” and lately in the “Bones” TV series. Doubtlessly, all these involvements have helped Sara Rue to dramatically increase the size of her wealth.
Apart from all those already mentioned above, in Sara Rue’s acting portfolio there are several other notable TV and movie appearances, such as “ER”, “Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane”, “Will & Grace”, “Two and a Half Men”, “The Big Bang Theory” and “Private Practice” TV series as well as movies “A Slipping-Down Life” (1999), “Pearl Harbor” (2001), “The Ring” (2002), “Idiocracy” (2006) and “Dark Intentions” (2015). All these ventures have made a significant impact on Sara Rue’s net worth.
When it comes to Sara Rue’s personal life, she has been married since 2011 to Kevin Price with whom she has two children. However, it is not her first marriage – between 2001 and 2007, Sara was married to director and producer Mischa Livingstone.