Christina Applegate Net Worth

Christina Applegate’s Biography

Born on November 25, 1971, Christina Applegate is an American actress who is famous for portraying Sue Ellen Crandell in Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Pam Schulman in The Big Hit (1998), Courtney Rockcliffe in The Sweetest Thing, Barbara in Grand Theft Parsons, etc. Besides, the actress has made appearances in various television series like Father Murphy (1981), Silver Spoons (1986), Amazing Stories (1986), Married… with Children (1987-1997), and so on.

Christina Applegate was born in Hollywood, California to Robert William “Bob” Applegate, a record producer and record company executive and Nancy, an actress and singer. However, her parents separated from each other after some periods of her birth. She also has two step sisters Alisa and Kyle.

Career Debut

Christina made television debut when she was just three months old. She appeared in NBC’s soap opera Days of Our Lives in 1972. In 1979, the actress made her movie debut as Kim Perry in film Jaws of Satan. Later in 1981, she had a minor role of a fan in film Beatlemania. Besides, she appeared as Ada in an episode of Father Murphy titled “A Horse from Heaven”.

In the year 1983, Christina starred as young Grace Kelly in a television film Grace Kelly. Then in 1984, she appeared as Stacy in CBS’s sitcom Charles in Charge for 2 episodes. In 1986, she worked in five television series Silver Spoons, All is Forgiven, Still the Beaver, Amazing Hearts. Besides, she portrayed Robin Kennedy in ABC’s Heart of the City. She earned acceptable salary which helped to increase her net worth.

Christina Applegate starred as Kitten in Family Ties’s episode “Band On The Run” in 1987. Further, the actress portrayed the role of main character Kelly Bundy in Fox’s sitcom Married… with Children. She did the role from 1987 to 1997 and was paid with good sum of money that increased her net worth. In year 1988, she appeared in TV film and series like Dance ‘til Dawn and 21 Jump Street respectively. Later in 1990, the actress played the role of main character Dawn in film Streets. Besides, she appeared as Kelly Bundy in the TV special, The Earth Day Special.

Works from 1991 to Present

Subsequently in year 1991, Christina appeared as the main character Sue Ellen Crandell in film Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. The movie helped her to gain the attention and public and paid with good amount of money which increased her net worth. Likewise, the actress worked in various movies like Vibrations (1995), Wild Bill (1995), Mars Attacks! (1996), Nowhere (1997), Jane Austen’s Mafia! (1998), The Big Hit (1998), Out in Fifty (1999) Just Visiting (2001), Prince Charming (2001), The Sweetest Thing (2002), Grand Theft Parsons (2003), Surviving Christmas (2004), Employee of the Month (2004), Farce of the Penguins (2007), etc.

Moreover, the actress appeared in different television series like Friends (2002-03), King of the Hill (2004), Father of the Pride (2004), Samantha Who? (2007-09), Reno 911! (2008), Star-ving (2009), Up All Night (2011-12), Web Therapy (2015), The Muppets (2015), The Grinder (2015), etc.

In the year 2017, Christina Applegate appeared as the main character Morgan in Kevin Tent’s film Crash Pad. Besides, she had a cameo role of Gwendolyn James in film A Bad Moms Christmas, and voiced Mary Beth Wayne in The San Peoples Land 2. She soon will be seen in the same role in The San Peoples Land 3 in year 2019.

Net Worth

Christina Applegate is the owner of handsome net worth of $22 million U.S. dollars. This net worth has been earned because of her hard work in various movies and television series. She also earns $125,000 per year. Besides, she drives Mercedes Benz GL that costs $66,125.

Must Know Facts about Christina Applegate

Real Name: Christina Applegate
Date of Birth: 25th Nov., 1971
Profession: Actress
Height: 5′ 5″
Husband (s): Jonathon Schaech (m. 2001; div. 2007), Martyn LeNoble (m. 2013)
Children: 1
Twitter: 1.57M Followers in Twitter
Net Worth: $22 Million  

 

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