How rich is Jackee Harry?

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Jackee Harry Net Worth $6.5 Million

Jackee Harry is best known for her roles as Sandra Clark, the hot neighbor on the TV series “227”, and as Lisa Landry about the sitcom “Sister, Sister”. Jackee Harry was born on August 14, 1956 in Winston Salem, North Carolina and raised in Harlem, New York, where she studied acting in the High School of the Performing Arts around the Lower East Side in New York City. Jackee was an American History teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School before starting a vocation on the ny stage. In 1983, she made her acting debut in “Another World” as Lily Mason, a part she continued until 1986. In 1985, Harry began a co starring part as the apartment building vamp, “Sandra Clark”, on the NBC sitcom “227”. Her performance on 227 inspired NBC producers to create a television pilot for her entitled “Jacke”. Though the pilot episode was a success with audiences, the show failed to last as well as the episode is now revealed as an episode of 227. From 1994 until 1999, Harry played Tia Mowry’s character’s adoptive mother, Lisa Landry, around the situation comedy, “Sister, Sister”. She’s now starring as Pauletta Birdsong in Byron Allen’s Syndicated Sitcom “The First Family” and Evelyn Rand in the situation comedy “Girl Meets World”.

Jacqueline Yvonne Harry or Jackee as popularly referred to is a US film and TV personality. Her net worth has been estimated to be $6.5 Million. Jackee has largely earned it from her numerous roles in various TV movies and shows. Jackee has featured in a few films too. Another performance that sets her apart is that of the mom of Tia, as Lisa Landry, in the comedy “Sister, Sister”.

Jackee was born in North Carolina and have been born and brought up in Harlem. Jackee’s dad was African American and mother was from Trinidad. Jackee studied acting in ny and started a career together with the New York Stage. Jackee acted in a Broadway Musical. Jackee’s TV debut was in 1983. Jackee also became the first African-American to get an Emmy Award for the role of a supporting actress in the comedy series. Her performing skills seen in 227, propelled NBC producers to start a TV pilot, which was named ‘Jackee’. This pilot series nevertheless did not get the eye of the audience, and because of this, it was later made into an episode of 227. In “Sister, Sister”, Jackee gets acknowledgement for her part as an adoptive mother. Harry is definitely a recognizable face in the theatre world. She’s acted in plays like “Lady Day at Emersons Bar and Grill”. She also acted in the stage productions of Damn Yankees, A Christmas Carol and The Sunshine Boys.