Cheryl Ladd Net Worth – 2022

Cheryl Ladd

Net Worth $12 Million
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Profession Singer, Actor, Author
Gender Female
Date of Birth Jul 12, 1951 (70 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Cheryl Ladd Net Worth:

$12 Million

How Much Is Cheryl Ladd Net Worth?

American actress, singer, and author Cheryl Ladd has a net worth of $12 million. Ladd is arguably best known for portraying Kris Munroe in the 1977–1981 ABC sitcom Charlie’s Angels. She succeeded Farrah Fawcett during the second season of the program, and she remained a regular cast member until 1981, when the series was discontinued. Cheryl has appeared in over 90 films and television shows, including “Poison Ivy” (1992), “Permanent Midnight” (1998), and “Unforgettable” (2017), as well as “One West Waikiki” (1994–1996) and “Las Vegas” (2003–2005).

She performed the singing voice of Melody Valentine on the 1970–1971 animated television series “Josie and the Pussycats,” and she has published the albums “Cheryl Ladd” (1978), “Dance Forever” (1979), “Take a Chance” (1981), and “You Make It Beautiful” (1982). She has also released “The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship” (1996) and “Token Chick: A Woman’s Guide to Golf With the Boys” (2005). In 2000, Cheryl made her Broadway debut in “Annie Get Your Gun” as Annie Oakley.

Early Years

Cheryl Ladd was born Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor in Huron, South Dakota on July 12, 1951. Cheryl grew up with her waitress mother Dolores, railroad engineer father Marion, sister Mary Ann, and brother Seth. Ladd was a cheerleader in high school; following graduation, she performed with the band The Music Shop before relocating to Los Angeles.

Career

Cheryl made her television debut in 1970 as the singing voice of Melody on the Hanna-Barbera animated series “Josie and the Pussycats” under the name “Cherie Moor.” She also appeared on the CD “Josie and the Pussycats: From the Hanna-Barbera TV Show” released in 1970. Ladd’s first film was “Chrome and Hot Leather” (1971), then she appeared as a guest star on “The Rookies” (1972), “Search” (1972–1973), “Ironside” (1973), “The Partridge Family” (1973), “The Streets of San Francisco” (1974), “Happy Days” (1974), “Police Woman” (1977), and “Police Story” (1977), as well as in “Satan’s School for Girls” (1973 (1974). Cheryl’s big break came in 1977 when she received the part of Kris Munroe on “Charlie’s Angels.” She starred in 87 episodes until the series was canceled in 1981. Ladd commented on the series, “We served as an inspiration to a great number of young ladies. Young ladies would send us letters stating, “I aspire to be like you.” I want to be a police officer when I grow up and am willing to take risks to become anything more than the conventional school teacher or secretary.” The series received two Golden Globe nominations for Best Television Series – Drama in 1977 and 1978, as well as the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Overall New Television Program in 1977 and the TV Land Pop Culture Award in 1978. (2010).

Cheryl guest-starred on “The Muppet Show” in 1978 and “Carol Burnett & Company” in 1979, performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl XIV in 1980, and recorded multiple songs, including “Think It Over,” “Walking in the Rain,” “Missing You,” and “Dance Forever.” The single “Think It Over” peaked at #34 on the “Billboard” Hot 100 list, while the albums “Cheryl Ladd” and “Dance Forever” also charted on the “Billboard” 200 chart. In the 1980s, Ladd appeared in a number of TV movies, including “Kentucky Woman” (1983), “Grace Kelly” (1983), “A Death in California” (1985), “Deadly Care” (1987), and “The Fulfillment of Mary Gray” (1989), as well as the feature films “Now and Forever” (1983), “Purple Hearts” (1984), “Millennium” (1989), and “Lisa” (1989). She acted alongside Drew Barrymore in the 1992 film “Poison Ivy” and alongside Ben Stiller in the 1998 film “Permanent Midnight.” From 1994 to 1996, she portrayed Dawn ‘Holli’ Holliday, M.E. in the CBS crime drama “One West Waikiki.” In the 1990s, Cheryl also starred in the television movies “Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501” (1990), “Dead Before Dawn” (1993), “Vows of Deception” (1996), “Every Mother’s Worst Fear” (1998), and “Michael Landon, the Father I Knew” (1999), as well as the feature film “A Dog of Flanders” (1999).

Ladd appeared as a guest star on “Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place” (2000), “Charmed” (2003), “Hope and Faith” (2004), and “CSI: Miami” (2009), and she as Jillian Deline on the NBC series “Las Vegas” from 2003 to 2008. She appears in “Holiday Baggage” (2008), “Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups” (2012), “The Perfect Wave” (2014), “Unforgettable” (2017), and “Camera Store” (2017). (2017). Cheryl has been on “Ray Donovan” (2015) and “Ballers” as a guest star (2017). Ladd portrayed Linell Shapiro, the wife of attorney Robert Shapiro, in the 2016 Ryan Murphy-produced limited series “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” which won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Limited Series and a Golden Globe for Best Limited Series or Television Film.

Personal Life

Cheryl wed actor David Ladd on May 24, 1973, and the couple had a daughter, Jordan, on January 14, 1975, before separating in 1980. Jordan followed in the footsteps of her parents and has over 50 acting credits, including “Never Been Kissed,” “Cabin Fever,” and “Death Proof.” Jordan also played the 3-year-old version of Cheryl’s character in the 1978 episode “Angel on My Mind” of “Charlie’s Angels.” Ladd wed music producer Brian Russell on January 3, 1981, and she is the stepmother of Lindsay, Brian’s daughter from his previous marriage to actress/composer Brenda Russell. Cheryl is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, a nonprofit organization devoted to the prevention of child abuse, and she was awarded the Childhelp Woman of the World Award.

Real Estate

Ladd and Russell purchased a 7,000-square-foot house in Santa Ynez, California for $459,900 in 1989. In 2009, they listed the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom property for $5,795,000, and in 2013, it sold for $3,600,000.

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