Rosie O’Donnell Net Worth

Who is Rosie O’Donnell?

Roseann O’Donnell, well recognized with her professional name Rosie O’Donnell, is a multi-talented personnel from America. She is a comedian, actress, author, and a television personality. Besides, she is also a magazine editor, celebrity blogger, a television producer, a partner in R Family Vacations. All these careers have helped her to earn the net worth of $130 million dollars.

Rosie O’Donnell was born on 21st March, 1962 in Commack, Long Island, New York. Her mother, Roseann Teresa was a homemaker, and her father, Edward Joseph O’Donnell, was an electrical engineer working in the defense industry. O’Donnell grew up in Commack and attended Commack High School. During her school days, she developed interest in comedy. Later, the actress joined Dickinson College, and transferred to Boston University, yet, she dropped out from the college.

The actress has two elder siblings and two younger siblings, and among her elder siblings, her older brother, Daniel J. O’Donnell is a member of the New York State Assembly.

Career Debut

Rosie O’Donnell made her television debut as Maggie O’Brien NBC’s television sitcom, Gimme a Break! in year 1986. From 1988 to 1991, she also worked as a producer and host in Stand-Up Spotlight. Later in 1992, Rosie appeared as Lorraine Popowski for 6 episodes in Fox’s television sitcom Stand By Your Man. Besides, the actress too made her movie debut as Doris Murphy in film A League of Their Own in the same year.

In the year 1993, Rosie O’Donnell appeared as Becky in film Sleepless in Seattle and A.D.A. Gina Garrett in film, Another Stakeout. Besides, she also had a minor role of The Pet Shop Lady in film Fatal Instinct. The following year, she appeared in four films, Car 54, Where Are You?, I’ll Do Anything, The Flintstones and Exit to Eden. Rosie O’Donnell, then, appeared as Roberta Martin and Gina Barrisano in films Now and Then and Beautiful Girls.

Later, in 1996, O’Donnell started her own show, The Rosie O’Donnell and also worked as a host in the particular show. The show aired on Carnie from 1996 to 2002, and also earned good revenue from the show which contributed in her net worth. Further, she played the role of Ole Golly and had a cameo in films Harriet the Spy and A Very Bad Sequel in the same year. In the years 1997, 1998 and 1999, the actress appeared as herself in television series Spin City, Blue’s Clues and Jackie’s Back respectively. Likewise, she played the role of Sister Terry in film Wide Awake in year 1998.

Works from 2000 to Present

In the years 2000, 2002 and 2003, Rosie O’Donnell appeared in guest roles in TV series, Third Watch, Will & Grace and Judging Amy respectively. Later in 2005, she appeared as Beth Simon in a television film Riding the Bus with My Sister, and also had recurring role of Loretta Pye in Showtime’s Queer as Folk. Moreover, she had another recurring role of herself in HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. The actress also earned handsome salary from the series which helped her in the increment of her net worth.

Eventually, Rosie O’Donnell made appearances in other television series like Nip/Tuck (2006-2008), America (2009), Drop Dead Diva (2009-2010), Web Therapy (2011-2012), and so on. Moreover, the actress, in 2017, had small roles in television series like When We Rise, American Dad!, Difficult People and SMILF. Besides, O’Donnell currently is playing the role of Rita Hendricks in Freeform’s television series The Fosters since 2014.

Net Worth

Rosie O’Donnell has an estimated net worth of $130 million. The actress, besides acting, does blogging, is a business woman, and is active in other works which have helped her to achieve this net worth. Further, she earns a salary of $5 million.

Must Know Facts about Rosie O’Donnell

Real Name: Roseann O’Donnell
Date of Birth: 21st March, 1962
Profession:Television Personality, Comedian, Actress, Author
Height: 5′ 7″
Instagram: 252K Followers in Instagram
Twitter: 1.11M Followers in Twitter
Net Worth: $130 Million

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