Stefanie Zofya Paul was born on 2 November 1942, in Hollywood, California, USA, of part- Polish descent. Stefanie is an actress, best known for portraying the character Jennifer Hart in the television series “Hart to Hart”. She’s also been seen in numerous films, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Stefanie Powers? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $8 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. She’s made many appearances since the 1960s, and has been featured on stage as well. She also made a few music releases, and all of these have ensured the position of her wealth.
Stefanie Powers Net Worth $8 million
After her parents’ divorce, Stefanie remained close to her mother and her half-sister. She attended Hollywood High School and would get her first opportunity in the independent film “The Young Sinner”; for the film she used the alias Taffy Paul. Her career would continue in the early 1960s, mostly playing supporting roles in films such as “Experiment in Terror”, “McLintock!”, and “Palm Springs Weekend”. She also appeared in “Die! Die! My Darling” and would then become a part of “The Girl from U.N.C.L.E”, a spinoff of “The Man from U.N.C.L.E” TV series; her popularity would start to increase though the series only lasted one season, and it enhanced her net worth.
In 1967 she appeared in “Warning Shot”, continuing to make films in the 1970s such as “Herbie Rides Again” and “The Boatniks”. She also made regular appearances on television, including in “McCloud”, “Kung Fu”, “Three for the Road”, and “The Rockford Files”. Powers would then become widely known in the series “Hart to Hart” opposite Robert Wagner, receiving five Golden Globe nominations and two Emmy nominations for the series that ran from 1979 to 1984. After the series run, the two actors would reunite to make a total of eight “Hart to Hart” television movies. She then continued starring in films and television shows including “Mistral’s Daughter” and “Deceptions”.
Stephanie’s stage performances started around this time, including a short stint as part of the musical “Matador”, and she performed in a production of “Love Letters” which earned her a Sarah Siddons Award. Her next appearances would come in “Applause” and “The King and I” which had her touring around the UK and the US. In 2003, she released an album entitled “On the Same Page”, and would then become part of the soap opera “Doctors”. One of her most recent performances was in the musical “Gotta Dance”. All have contributed to her net worth.
For her personal life, she was married to actor Gary Lockwood from 1966 to 1972. She also had a relationship with actor William Holden and this would lead to her becoming the founder of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation after his death. In 1993, she married Patrick Houitte, but they divorced in 1999. Aside from these private moments, Powers was a polo player, but was diagnosed with cancer during 2008 as a result of smoking. She had successful surgery to remove part of her right lung the following year.
Underwent surgery for lung cancer in January 2009.
Daughter of Julianna (nee Golan) and Morrison Bloomfield Paul, purported be a cinematographer.
Appeared as focus of "A Star is "Born" on Hollywood and its Stars in 1963. It prediction was right which was rare for most of the articles and shows predicting stardom.
Stephanie filled in for friend Valerie Harper playing Tallulah Bankhead in the play "Looped", which was based on an event following the 1965 film "Die, Die My Darling" that Powers played in opposite Bankhead.
Was in a relationship with William Holden from 1973 until his accidental death in 1981.
Plays the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella at the Mayflower Theatre in Southampton. [December 2008]
Playing Anna in the King & I at the Palace Theatre at Myrtle Beach, SC, October 21 - 23 [October 2005]
She's now at the Pantages theater in Los Angeles starring in The King & I. April 5-thru April 17. [April 2005]
Playing Anna in The King and I, at The Opera House, Manchester, England. 
Her father, Morrison Bloomfield Paul, was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to a Jewish immigrant family from Eastern Europe. Her mother, Julia (Golen), was born in New York, to Polish Catholic immigrants.
First met Blake Edwards at Columbia studios when she bumped into him as she was going to acting class. They discussed the sunglasses that they were wearing. She said she got her sunglasses from a friend in Monte Carlo and he said he brought his "back" from Monte Carlo.
Life and romantic companion of William Holden at the time of his death, posthumously founding the William Holden Wildlife Foundation soon after his death. Stefanie continues as President of the foundation to the present day (as of November 2013, continuously for 32 years since his death), with dual headquarters in California and Kenya, on the grounds of Bill's Mount Kenya Game Ranch.
Was awarded the Peace One Earth medallion for her years of service to the USO.
In same ballet class as a youngster with Natalie Wood and Jill St. John, the three women all had long term relationships with Robert Wagner, Wood as Wagner's first and third wife, St. John as Wagner's fourth wife, and Stefanie as long time co-star and 50+ year friend.