Jane Leeves Net Worth $52 Million
Jane Leeves is an English actress, comedian and singer who has a net worth of $16 million. Jane Leeves was born April 18, 1961 in Ilford, Essex, England. Jane is perhaps best known in the U.K for her characters on The Benny Hill Show so that as a dancer in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life. More lately, she has appeared as Joy Scroggs on TV Land’s situation comedy Hot in Cleveland. She recently began the Tellurian Foundation, a line of all-natural skin care and baby products. A section of the profits will likely be contributed to those who strive to provide help to those in need, most recently Food Share. Her theatre credits incorporate a role as Sally Bowles in the Roundabout production of Cabaret on Broadway. Leeves has also lent her voice to various animated television series, including The Penguins of Madagascar (2008), Phineas and Ferb (2007) and The Simpsons (1989) as well as the major motion picture James and the Giant Peach (1996). On June 16, 2011, Leeves, along with costars Bertinelli, Malick, and White, was presented with the key to the town of Cleveland from the mayor. Jane Leeves has been wed to Marshall Coben, a CBS Paramount Television executive, since December 21, 1996 and costars have two children. Daughter Isabella Kathryn Coben was born on January 9, 2001, and also the pregnancy was written into the show Frasier as a weight-gaining plotline for Daphne Moon. English movie, stage, and television celebrity, comedian and dancer,Jane Leeves comes with an estimated net worth of $52 million.
The captivating English performer who has enjoyed modest success on American TV. Leeves moved to ny at age 21 with $1,000 dollars. After spending a few years as a starving artist she returned to her native England where she worked on “The Benny Hill Show”. Leeves returned to America, getting a role in “To Live and Die in L.A.” (1985). The following year she was cast in the syndicated ensemble comedy “Throb”. Leeves is likely famous for her recurring roles on “Murphy Brown”, as the flighty girlfriend of Miles Silverberg (Grant Shaud) and “Seinfeld”, as Marla the Virgin, who passes up Jerry for John F. Kennedy, Jr. in a famed episode entitled “The Contest”. Leeves next became a regular on the “Cheers” spin-off, “Frasier”, as Daphne Moon, the “half-psychic” live-in caretaker of Martin Crane (John Mahoney) and long-standing love interest of the ever-neurotic Niles Crane (David Hyde Pierce), a role she would play throughout the show’ whole ten-year run. She’s been married to Marshall Coben, a CBS Paramount Television executive, since December 21, 1996, plus they have two kids.