Leslie Bibb net worth: Leslie Bibb is an American model and actress who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Leslie Bibb was born in Bismarck, North Dakota, and grew up in Nelson County, Virginia. She won a modeling competition held on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” in 1990, and went to model in america and Japan while in high school. She decided to attend the University of Virginia, but dropped out after one year to focus on modeling and acting. She made her professional acting debut in 1996, appearing on the show, “Pacific Blue”. She went to appear in such television projects as “Home Improvement”, “Just Shoot Me!”, “Early Edition, “Nip/Tuck”, “Entourage”, “Kings”, and “The League”. She also appeared in such films as “Private Parts”, “See Spot Run”, “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby”, “Iron Man”, “Confessions of a Shopaholic”, and “Iron Man 2. She’s most commonly recognized for her work on such shows as “Popular”, “Crossing Jordan”, and “GCB”.
Ranked #51 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2008 list.
Was Maid of Honor at one of her sister's wedding in October, 2007. Her sister and her fiancé met on Match.com.
Was on her high school dance team.
In 1990, as a 16-year-old brunette with a southern accent, she won a model search on The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986). As a result, she modeled in Europe and Japan, began to appear on magazine covers, and started acting in commercials and soap operas. Today she is grateful to Oprah and recently told her she would not be where she is today without her.
Hobbies: Hiking, Biking, Collecting Antiques
Pets: 2 Dogs named Jack and Harley
College: Brief Time at Virginia, 3 Years at the William Esper Acting Studio.
High School: St. Gertrude's All-Girls School
Siblings: 3 older sisters including Christa Bibb (Leslie is the youngest).
Father died when Leslie was 3.
Resides in Los Angeles, California
Raised in Nelson County, Virginia
People get DUIs, people get in fights with their boyfriends, it happens, life happens, but it's about being accountable for your actions. I don't know. I'm just not that girl, I don't go to clubs. I'm a pretty normal girl.
I feel like if you're a girl in the South, you know 'Gone with the Wind' better than anything. Scarlett O'Hara is such a quintessential Southern woman.
I never think, Oh, I'm so beautiful. To me, feeling happy is more important.
I felt like the big geek in high school. And I still feel like a big geek.
I've had some styles that make me wonder what the hell I was thinking. How did I let someone do that to me?
Listen, if you said to me, 'Adam Shankman is going to direct you in a musical and you have six months to learn how to tap,' I'd practice till I was blue in the face. I would do it because I'm so headstrong and think I can do anything. But just to show up and sing a little ditty, no.
I'm not a 'Steel Magnolias' kind of girl. I'm kind of like a guy. My favorite movie is 'Caddyshack.'
My dad died when I was three so my mom had to raise four kids on her own, and I think there's a part of me that pulls upon having watched my mom do that our whole lives. She had to make it work.
Women have that weird way of trying to be feminist. You know, like 'hear me roar.' But what they really want is a man to open the door for them.
My friends tease me because I don't like clutter. I'm not someone who gets attached to things.
I do have body-image issues, just like everyone else. I mean, I wish I had bigger boobs. And I hate my butt. I want an onion butt - you know, a butt that'll bring tears to your eyes?
There is something that feels stagnant about having things you don't use or wear. But shoes are my thing. Shoes and scarves, I'm a big fan of the scarf.
I like day dates. On night dates, you just go somewhere and start drinking. But if you really want to see if a girl is worth your time, go to a museum or for coffee.