Rebecca Gayheart net worth — Rebecca Gayheart is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $5 million. Produced in Hazard, Kentucky, in 1971, Rebecca Gayheart moved to Nyc to pursue an acting career in the Professional Children’s School and Lee Strasberg Institute. She made her performing debut in a brief move in 1990 with Mason Reese before she acquired notoriety in the 1990s as “The Noxzema Girl” for her part in the organization ‘s commercials. By 1992, Gayheart procured a recurring character on the soap opera “Loving”. Other TV and film credits include “Ugly Betty”, “The Cleaner”, “Nip/Tuck” and “Wasteland”. Gayheart also took her career to Broadway, where she starred in the creation “Boeing Boeing” with Christine Baranski. Gayheart faced legal problem when she was behind the wheel of a car that hit and killed a nine-year-old lad who was walking on the roads of Los Angeles in 2001. She’s been married to actor Eric Dane since 2004. They got two children: Billie Beatrice and Georgia Geraldine.
Starring on Broadway in Steel Magnolias (Shelby - the Julia Roberts role in the movie) [March 2005]
Gave birth to her second child at age 40, a daughter Georgia Geraldine Dane on December 28, 2011. Child's father is her husband, Eric Dane.
Gave birth to her first child at age 38, a daughter Billie Beatrice Dane on March 3, 2010. Child's father is her husband, Eric Dane.
Best friends with Brooke Mueller.
She and husband Eric Dane introduced Brooke Mueller to husband Charlie Sheen.
Parents are Curtis and Floneva.
Originally cast in the role of Inara, on the short-lived TV series Firefly (2002), but was replaced (by Morena Baccarin) after one day's shooting.
Crowned Miss Centralian in high school in 1987.
Auditioned for the roles of Cici, Hallie, and Maureen before landing the role of Lois in Scream 2 (1997).
She has English, Scottish, and German, as well as Irish, Italian, and Cherokee, ancestry.
Pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter charge. She was sentenced to three years' probation, a one-year suspension of her license, a $2,800 fine and 750 hours of community service. She was also ordered to make a public-service announcement. [November 2001]
On 13 June 2001, Gayheart struck 9-year-old Jorge Cruz Jr. as he jaywalked across the street. According to the police report, the boy was walking home from school, and crossed the street about 160 feet from the nearest crosswalk. While several cars stopped to let him go, Gayheart allegedly swerved around the traffic and into a two-way left-turn lane, striking the boy; he died the next day at Los Angeles Children's Hospital. His parents, Jorge Cruz and Silvia Martinez, filed a wrongful-death lawsuit on 6 August 2001 against her. Gayheart paid for Cruz's hospital and funeral expenses. [June 2001]
Studied at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.
Attended Knott County Central High School, Hindman, Kentucky.
Formerly engaged to director Brett Ratner .
I love being married more than anyone. It's what I always wanted. I found the person who's perfect for me and we have a great time and a great partnership.
My beauty routine is basically plenty of sleep and lots of water.
Sometimes I wake up and think, How did I get here?