|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Model, Singer-songwriter, Film Producer, Screenwriter|
|Date of Birth||Apr 2, 1973 (49 years old)|
How much is Roselyn Sánchez Net worth?
Roselyn Sánchez is a Puerto Rican actress, singer, model, and author with a $5 million net worth. She is most well-known for her performances in the television shows “Without a Trace,” “Devious Maids,” and “Fantasy Island” (reboot). She has also appeared in a number of films, such as “Rush Hour 2,” “The Game Plan,” and “Act of Valor.” Sánchez was a series regular on both “Fame L.A.” and “Grand Hotel,” which are among her other accomplishments.
Childhood and Education
Roselyn Sánchez was born on April 2, 1973 as Roselyn Milagros Sánchez Rodrguez in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is the youngest of four siblings, having three brothers ahead of her in age. Early in her youth, Sánchez shown a penchant for acting and dancing, and was known to perform for her family. She attended the University of Puerto Rico as a young adult, where she studied marketing, but she walked out after three years. After moving to New York City, Sánchez attended acting, dance, and singing training.
In 1992, upon her return to Puerto Rico, Sánchez debuted in a feature film with a tiny role in the comedy “Captain Ron.” In 1993, she rose to prominence on the island as a dancer and co-host of the variety show “Qué Vacilón.” When she won Miss Puerto Rico Petite, she received further media exposure; in 1994, she acquired international popularity by winning Miss American Petite. Sánchez starred in the buddy criminal comedy film “Held Up,” starring Jamie Foxx and Nia Long, later in the 1990s.
In 2001, when she played a significant supporting part in the buddy action comedy “Rush Hour 2,” Sánchez rose to prominence among mainstream moviegoers. In the film, she portrayed United States Secret Service Agent Isabella Molina, Jackie Chan’s romantic interest. In “Boat Trip,” Sánchez portrayed a another romantic interest, this time opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. She portrayed Gabriella Martinez in “Nightstalker” the same year. In 2003, Sánchez had a supporting role in the John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson-led action thriller “Basic” and a leading role in the comedy “Chasing Papi.” She then appeared in the comedy “Larceny” alongside Tyra Banks and Andy Dick.
2005 was Sánchez’s most prolific year to date, as she appeared in five films. They were the criminal drama sequel “State Property 2,” the action comedy “Underclassman” with Nick Cannon, the Puerto Rican drama “Cayo,” the thriller “Edison” with Kevin Spacey, Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J, and Morgan Freeman, and the direct-to-video crime feature “Shooting Gallery.” After this extraordinary year, Sánchez starred in and co-wrote the musical “Yellow.” Her further cinematic roles include “The Game Plan,” “Act of Valor,” “Mothers and Daughters,” “Traffik,” and “Rush Hour 3,” in which she repeated her role as Isabella Molina.
Sánchez made her debut on television in 1996, assuming the recurring role of Pilar Domingo in the CBS serial opera “As the World Turns.” Following this, she secured a starring role in the 1997–1998 syndication run of the drama series “Fame L.A.” Sánchez starred in later episodes of “Ryan Caulfield: Year One,” “Nash Bridges,” “In-Laws,” “The Drew Carey Show,” and “L.A. Dragnet.” She played with Ving Rhames and Chazz Palminteri in the 2005 version of the crime series “Kojak.” In the same year, Sánchez began starring as Elena Delgado on the CBS police procedural “Without a Trace,” a position she held until the series’ 2009 finale. This was followed by roles on “Royal Pains,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” and “Desperate Housewives.”
From 2013 to 2016, Sánchez played Carmen Luna on the Lifetime series “Devious Maids”; she had previously appeared in a cameo in similar capacity on “Desperate Housewives.” She was a series regular in the telenovela “Familia En Venta” at this period. In 2019, Sánchez had a recurring role on the ABC mystery drama “Grand Hotel,” which aired for a limited time. Several years later, she began as Elena Roarke in the Fox version of “Fantasy Island.” Other television credits for Sánchez include “Death of a Las Vegas Showgirl” and “A Taste of Summer.”
In 2003, Sánchez released her debut album as a recording artist, titled “Borinquea.” Its debut single, “Amor Amor,” featured Puerto Rican rapper Tego Calderón; a significant hit, the song was nominated for a Latin Grammy for Best Music Video. “Noche De Verano,” featuring Victor Manuelle, was not as popular as the first single from the album.
Gary Stretch, an English actor, model, writer, director, trainer, and former professional boxer, was wed to Sánchez in 1998. In 2001, the couple ultimately divorced. The couple split in December of 2005. She then began dating actor and former fashion model Eric Winter, with whom she became engaged in 2007. The couple tied the knot in Puerto Rico the following year. Sánchez and Winter are the parents of a girl called Sebella and a son named Dylan.