|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.651 m)|
|Date of Birth||Jun 14, 1968 (54 years old)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
Yasmine Bleeth Net Worth:
What is the net worth of Yasmine Bleeth?
Yasmine Bleeth is an American actress with a $2 million net worth. Bleeth is perhaps best remembered for her role as Caroline Holden on “Baywatch” (1993–1997). She also portrayed Ryan Fenelli on “Ryan’s Hope” (1985–1989), LeeAnn Demerest on “One Life to Live” (1991–1993), and Inspector Caitlin Cross on “Nash Bridges” (1998–2000). As of this writing, Yasmine’s most recent performance was in the 2003 television film “Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding.”
Yasmine Amanda Bleeth was born in New York City on June 14, 1968 as Yasmine Bleeth. Her mother was a model, while her father was a business owner. At barely 10 months old, Yasmine starred in her first commercial, an advertisement for Johnson & Johnson’s No More Tears baby shampoo. Bleeth attended United Nations International School in New York, and she has two brothers named Tristan and Miles.
At the age of six, Yasmine featured on “Candid Camera” and in a Max Factor cosmetics advertisement. Bleeth appeared in the advertisement with model Cristina Ferrare, attracting the attention of fashion photographer Francesco Scavullo, who included Yasmine and her mother in his book “Scavullo Women.” Bleeth made her film debut in 1983’s “Hey, Babe!” and began as Ryan Fenelli on the ABC serial opera “Ryan’s Hope” in 1985, starring in 96 episodes by the time the show concluded in 1989. Yasmine’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after the program was canceled, and after Carina passed away in November 1989, Bleeth took a vacation from acting to deal with her bereavement. LeeAnn Demerest in the ABC serial opera “One Life to Live” was the first part Bleeth accepted after her mother’s death, and she portrayed the character from 1991 until 1993. In 1993, she appeared as a guest star on “Herman’s Head” and was cast as Caroline Holden on the syndicated series “Baywatch.” She reprised the character of Caroline in the TV movies “Baywatch the Movie: Forbidden Paradise” (1995) and “Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding” (2003), as well as in a 1996 episode of the spin-off series “Baywatch Nights.” She was named one of “People” magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” and “FHM” magazine’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World” while appearing on “Baywatch.”
Bleeth appeared in “The Force” in 1994, “A Face to Die For” and “Talk to Me” in 1996, and “Boy Meets World” (1995) and “The Naked Truth” as a guest star (1997). She featured in the 1996 film “Heaven or Vegas” and the 1998 comedy “BASEketball” alongside the writers of “South Park,” Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Alongside Don Johnson and Cheech Marin, Yasmine portrayed Inspector Caitlin Cross in the CBS sitcom “Nash Bridges” from 1998 to 2000. In 1999, she participated in the films “Coming Soon” and “Undercover Angel.” She appeared in the TV movies “The Lake” (1998), “Ultimate Deception” (1999), “It Came from the Sky” (1999), “Road Rage” (1999), “Goodbye, Casanova” (2000), and “Hidden War” (2000). In 2000, Bleeth portrayed Heather Lane-Williams on the Aaron Spelling-produced NBC serial opera “Titans,” which aired for one season; in 2003, she acted in the film “Game Over.” Yasmine has been in various talk programs, including “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
Yasmine and Paul Cerrito wed on August 25, 2002. Yasmine met Paul Cerrito in the Promises Rehabilitation Clinic, where she voluntarily attended to address her cocaine addiction. “They say you shouldn’t enter into a relationship in the first year of recovery, especially with someone in the program, but Paul and I fell in love immediately,” she recalled of meeting Cerrito. Bleeth was arrested in Michigan in 2001 for driving onto an interstate median strip. Yasmine’s handbag had “four syringes carrying a liquid form of cocaine and a little plastic bag with cocaine residue,” and after getting a warrant to search her hotel room, they uncovered drug paraphernalia and cocaine. Two months later, Bleeth accepted a plea agreement and pled guilty to driving under the influence and possession of less than 25 grams of cocaine. He was sentenced to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service. Yasmine authored an essay titled “Back from My Drugs Hell” for the April 2003 issue of “Glamour” in which she addressed her cocaine addiction and route to recovery, stating that “trying to remain off drugs is now and will always be a part of [her] life.”
Bleeth was the spokesman for the 1998 Lee National Denim Day campaign, which generated $5 million for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. She also served as a spokesman for the organization and collaborated with Ford to launch the Race for the Cure. Yasmine appeared on “Celebrity Jeopardy!” in 1995 and donated her $10,000 prize to Sloan Kettering Breast Cancer Research.
Nominees for Awards
Bleeth has received two “Soap Opera Digest” nominations. For “Ryan’s Hope” in 1986, she was nominated for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress in a Daytime or Primetime Serial. In 1993, she was nominated for Hottest Female Star for “One Life to Live.”