How rich is Vanna White?
Vanna White Net Worth:
|Birth date:||February 18, 1957|
|Birth place:||Conway, South Carolina, United States|
|Profession:||Television Personality, Actress|
|Spouse:||George Santo Pietro (m. 1990–2002)|
|Children:||Gigi Santo Pietro, Niko Santo Pietro|
|Parents:||Miguel Angel Rosich, Joan Marie Rosich|
|Nominations:||Star on the Walk of Fame (2006)|
|Movies:||“Goddess of Love”, “Simon and Simon”, “Full House”, “L.A. Law”, “227”, "Gypsy Angels"|
|TV shows:||“Wheel of Fortune”, “Graduation Day” and “Married… with Children”, “The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!”, “Naked Gun: The Final Insult”|
Vanna White Net Worth:
Vanna White Net Worth $15 Million
Vanna White (created February 18, 1957) is an American television personality and movie performer best known as the hostess of “Wheel of Fortune” since 1982. White’s first appearance in a game show was on the June 20, 1980 episode of The Price Is Right, where she was among the very first four contestants. After Wheel of Fortune hostess Susan Stafford left in October 1982, White was selected as one of three replacement hostesses (along with Vicki McCarty and Summer Bartholomew) to co-host the show. On December 13, 1982, White became the show’s regular hostess , and it has continued as the show’s daytime hostess. White’s popularity peaked following the syndicated version of Wheel of Fortune made its introduction in September 1983. Her 1987 autobiography, Vanna Speaks!, was a bestseller. In 1988, she appeared in the NBC television film Goddess of Love, where she played Venus; fellow game show persona Betsy Palmer costarred as Juno. The movie was panned universally by critics, with TV Guide joking that White’s playing was “wheely” poor. Film historian Leonard Maltin included the photo was “…bottom-of-the-barrel yet, on its own terms, a must see”. She appeared in the supporting part of Doris in the low budget B movie Graduation Day in 1981. She guest-starred on Married…With Children, in a gender-bending parody of the movie Indecent Proposal; White had the Robert Redford character, while Al Bundy was in Demi Moore’s. She served as guest timekeeper for WrestleMania IV. In 1992, the Guinness Book of World Records recognized White as “television’s most common clapper”. In 1996, she was the principal narrator and vocalist in the CD release of Leslie Bricusse’s “Santa’s Last Ride”.