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Shiri Appleby Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Shiri Freda Appleby was born on 7 December 1978, in Los Angeles, California USA, of Jewish descent, and is an actress, perhaps best known for her leading role as Liz Parker in the television series “Roswell” from 1999 to 2002.
So just how rich is Shiri Appleby now? According to sources, Appleby has established a net worth of over $1 million, as of early 2017. The main source of her wealth has been her acting career.
Shiri Appleby Net Worth $1 Million
Appleby was raised along with her younger brother by Hebrew School teacher Dina, and telecommunications executive Jerry Appleby. She attended Calabasas High School, California, matriculating in 1997. She later enrolled at the University of Southern California to study English literature.
Her acting career had actually begun when she was four years old, participating in various commercials. She made her television debut in 1985 in the soap opera “Santa Barbara”, and two years later her film debut in the thriller “The Killing Time”. By the end of the decade she had landed several television appearances, such as in the series “thirtysomething”, “The Bronx Zoo” and “Freddy’s Nightmares”, and had the leading role as Amy Escobar in the short-lived NBC sitcom “Knight & Daye”. Her net worth was already established.
Opportunities continued to come her way in the ’90s, which saw the young actress appearing in films like “I Love You to Death” and “Family Prayers”. She played the lead role as Rachel in the short-lived CBS sitcom “Sunday Dinner”, and landed numerous television series guest appearances too, such as in the series “Raven”, “ER”, “Baywatch”, “Xena: Warrior Princess” and “Movie Stars”, becoming more and more known and recognizable. Her net worth began to grow.
In 1999 she was cast with the lead role of Liz Parker in the WB/UPN science fiction television series “Roswell”. Based on the young adult book series “Rosewell High” by Melinda Metz, it became a massive hit with worldwide audiences. Appleby’s performance as a high school student who befriends aliens earned her critical acclaim, and she remained in the show until its cancellation in 2002. Aside from promoting her in the acting world, the series significantly added to Appleby’s wealth.
As for the 2000s, the actress tackled a mix of television and film work. She had starring roles in the films “A Time for Dancing”, “Swimfan”, “The Battle of Shaker Heights”, “Havoc” and “The Killing Floor”, and on the small screen the recurring role as Anya in the dramatic television series “Six Degrees”, and as Dr. Daria Wade in the series “ER”, as well as a number of TV films. All added to her net worth.
In 2010 Appleby was cast in the leading role as Cate Cassidy in the drama series “Life Unexpected”, which ran for a year. She then landed recurring roles in the series “Franklin & Bash”, “Chicago Fire” and “Girls”. As of 2015, she has played Rachel Goldberg in the drama series “UnREAL”. Appleby’s most recent film involvement was in the role of Ruthie in the 2017 comedy “Lemon”.
Aside from her career in film and television, Appleby has appeared in many music videos too, such as in Bon Jovi’s video for the song “It’s My Life” and Gavin DeGraw’s video for the song “I Don’t Want to Be”, adding steadily to her net worth.
When it comes to her private life, Appleby has been married to chef and restaurateur Jon Shook since 2013; the couple has two children.