Lesley Ann Warren Net Worth $12 Million
Lesley Ann Warren is an American singer and performer who has a net worth of $12 million dollars. Lesley Ann Warren was born in New York in 1946 and her profession in the entertainment industry started with ballet as a child. Warren appeared in a number of productions before landing a TV role on “Cinderella” two years later. In 1970, she scored the part of Dana Lambert in “Mission: Impossible” and she soon landed a litany of characters, including appearances on “The Muppet Show”, “It’s a Bird… It is a Plane… It’s Superman”, and “Race for the Yankee Zephyr”. In 1982, she received her first Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nomination for her part in “Victor Victoria”. Warren went on to appear in “A Deadly State of Mind”, “The Dancing Princesses”, “Will & Grace”, “Crossing Jordan”, “In Plain Sight” and “Desperate Housewives”. She got parts in several music videos, including “Janie’s Got a Gun” for Aerosmith and “Life in the Fast Lane” for the Eagles. The five-time Golden Globe nominee has been married to her second husband, Ronald Taft, since 2000. She’s one son from her first marriage, which ended in 1974.
American actress and vocalist, Lesley Ann Warren comes with an estimated net worth of $12 million. Trained at New York’s Professional Children’s School, Lesley Ann studied under Lee Strasberg before making her Broadway debut in 110 in the Shade, the 1964 musical edition of The Rainmaker. In the strength of Cinderella, Lesley Ann was signed to a Disney contract; but after starring in The Happiest Millionaire (1966) and The One and Only Genuine Original Family Band, she rebelled against her studio-visited sweetness-‘n’-light image. Upon replacing Barbara Bain in the long-running espionage TVer Mission: Impossible in 1970, Warren freely highlighted that her character, Dana Lambert, was a “now” man, wise in the ways of sex.
She stayed with Mission for only a year, after which she created herself as a leading light in the made-for-TV movie field, frequently cast as an older woman involved romantically with a much-younger man. She earned an Academy Award nomination for her hilarious performance as bleach-blond gangster’s moll Norma in Victor/Victoria (1981), subsequently starred in a couple of intriguing Alan Rudolph-directed plays, Choose Me (1984) along with The Songwriter (1986). Lesley Ann Warren has earned her net worth through her many acting roles in movies, television and through her performances on stage in several broadway musicals. She’s presently in the television series “In Plain Sight,” on the USA network. She was born on August 16, 1946 in New York City, Ny,United States.