Jane Krakowski Net Worth

Who is Jane Krakowski?

Jane Krakowski, born as Jane Krajkowski, is an actress and singer based in America, and also is recognized for playing the role of Cousin Vicki in National Lampoon’s Vacation, and Jenna Maroney in NBC’s television series 30 Rock. Besides, the actress is also known for her other roles like Elaine Vassal in Fox’s Ally McBeal and Jacqueline White in Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Jane Krakowski was born on 11th October, 1968 in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey to Ed, a chemical engineer and Barbara Krakowski, a theatre instructor and producing artistic director at Women’s Theater Company. Jane completed her education from Professional Children’s School at New York. Later, she enrolled at Rutgers University at New Brunswick.

Career Debut

Jane made her professional acting debut as Cousin Vicki in Harold Ramis’s film National Lampoon’s Vacation in 1983. In the same year, the actress starred as Margaret in a television film No Big Deal. The following year, Jane appeared as Theresa Rebecca (T.R.) Kendall in CBS/NBC’s soap opera Search for Tomorrow. She did the role from 1984 to 1986 and earned good salary which contributed her net worth.

In the year 1987, Jane starred as Christine in film Fatal Attraction. Later in 1989, Krakowski played the role of Tonya in a soap opera, Another World. Besides, the actress appeared as Linda Rosen in a television special, When We Were Young. Jane, then, acted as Lynne in Stepping Out in the year 1991. Subsequently, the actress had guest roles in the television series Alex Haley’s Queen and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.

Between years 1994 and 1996, Jane Krakowski appeared in two television series Due South and Early Edition. Besides, the actress too appeared in the role of Christine in a film, Mrs. Winterbourne. Jane then portrayed the role of Elaine Vassal in Fox’s television series, Ally McBeal. She did the role from 1997 to 2002 and 110 episodes which paid her good amount of money which helped her in the increment of her net worth. In year 2000, the actress appeared as Betty O’Shale in film The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas. Further, the actress voiced CatDog’s Mother / Pussy Cat Catfield in CatDog. All these works helped her to raise her net worth.

Works from 2003 to Present

Subsequently in 2003, Jane Krakowski worked in two films. The actress played the role of Lauren Farb in film Marci X. Besides, she portrayed Heather Wilson in When Zachary Beaver Came to Town. The next year, the actress appeared as Dorie in film Alfie, directed by Charles Shyer. In 2005, she did the portrayal of Emily Klein in film Pretty Persuasion. Later in 2006, the actress worked as a voice actress in film Open Season. Further, the actress starred as Jenna Maroney in NBC’s television sitcom 30 Rock. She played the role for 128 episodes and earned good income which increased her net worth.

In the year 2008, Jane Krakowski worked in three films; The Rocker, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl and Open Season 2. Subsequently in 2009, the actress played the role of Corma Limbs in film Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant. Further, she worked in other films like Adult Beginners (2014), Pixels (2015), etc.

Currently, Jane Krakowski has been playing the role of Jacqueline White in Netflix’s web TV sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt since 2015. Besides, she too will be seen as voice actress in upcoming film Henchmen.

Net Worth

Jane Krakowski is a talented actress as well as singer. The actress has acted in various television series, movies and also has recorded numbers of songs. All these careers of actor and singer have helped her to gain the net worth of $13 million U.S. dollars.

Must Know Facts about Jane Krakowski

Real Name: Jane Krajkowski
Date of Birth: 11th October, 1968
Profession: Actress and Singer
Height: 5′ 5″
Husband: Robert Godley (m. 2009, div. 2013)
Children: 1
Net Worth: $13 Million

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