Beth Riesgraf net worth: Beth Riesgraf is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Beth Riesgraf was born in Belle Plaine, Minnesota, and graduated from Cimmaron-Memorial High School in Vegas, Nevada. She began her professional acting career in the late 90s, appearing on the show, “Undressed”. From there, she went on to steady work in film and television projects, including “The Summer of My Deflowering”, “Spin City”, “Scorcher”, “I Love Your Work”, “The Stereo Sound Agency”, “How I Met Your Mother”, “My Name is Earl”, “Alvin and the Chipmunks”, “Big Shot”, “Without a Trace”, “Hit”, “Nobody”, “NCIS”, “Criminal Minds”, “The Surgeon General”, “The Mentalist”, “Perception”, and “Killer Women”. She is most commonly recognized for her work as Parker on the hit show, “Leverage”. She received three Saturn Award nominations for her work with the show.
Beth's parents are Elroy Othmar Riesgraf and Janet Ann Riesgraf (Priebe).
Beth is the youngest of 6 girls - Laura Phyllis, Sarah Verena, Julie Florence, Carrie Marie, Mary Pat and Beth Jean.
Riesgraf has 8 nephews and 9 nieces - Michael, Joseph, Dillon, Gabriel, Andrew, Matthew, Corey & Austin, Samantha, Rachel, Julia, Kaitlin, Hannah, Sophia, Grace, Sarah & Emma.
Gave birth to her first child at age 25, a son named Pilot Inspektor Riesgraf-Lee, on September 28, 2003. Child's father is her ex-fiancé, Jason Lee.
Was formerly in a relationship with Jason Lee from 2001 to 2007. They were formerly engaged to be married.
Attended Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas, where she was student body president, was voted "Most Admired Senior" and senior prom queen, and was a member of the photography club. She graduated with honors.
I love dressing up around the holidays! My friends also really like to get dressed up. It's an excuse to get fancy.
I have this vintage Valentino clutch. Ughhh, it's so pretty! Also, I'm not a big fur person, but I'll do a vintage fur every now and then.
I love to try new restaurants and breakfast places I can take my son to.
It's so weird, not knowing what your life is going to be. I'm being optimistic. And when Leverage (2008) comes to an end, I have lots of ideas for other things. You can't really sit and wait for things to come to you.
I moved from Minnesota to Las Vegas when I was 13, so I spent my high school years there and did some things I'm not proud of.
I played tennis and softball, and we had horses, growing up.
I was really active as a kid. I was outdoors constantly.
When I went to L.A., I started modeling, hoping to travel and learn from photographers. It led to auditions to do commercials.
Growing up in Minnesota, I had a lot of freedom to run around, and we had go-carts and four-wheelers and all that stuff. I like that adrenalin-rush stuff. I did a little bit of dance, but mostly sports.
I enjoy doing fun things outdoors with my son to stay in shape. We like camping together. After a weekend in the woods, I'm sorer than after a week at the gym!
My background is in dance. No, I'm kidding. I was actually really uncoordinated as a child, when it came to dance, but I did play a lot of sports, and I do some break-dancing from time-to-time. No, I really don't.