What is Christine Taylor’s net worth? Taylor generated her net worth as an actress that has appeared in several television shows and movies beginning with Nickelodeon’s Hey Dude. She made several guest appearances about the 1990s success comedy sitcom, Ellen — which led to some lead character in the television series, Party girl predicated on the 1995 movie together with exactly the same name. During this time, she made more guest appearances in the 1990’s reach sitcoms, Friends and Seinfeld.
Christine Taylor Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Christine Taylor also featured in the 1998 hit comedy, The Winning Singer, as Drew Barrymore’s cousin Holly Sullivan. Since then, Taylor has appeared in at least three of her husband’s movies: Zoolander (2001), Dodgeball: A True Underdog story (2004) and Tropic Thunder (2008). As well as this, she continues to make TV guest appearances in hit sitcoms, including a episode in My Name is Earl and also the cult series Arrested Development.
July 30, 1971
Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States
5 ft 6 in (1.689 m)
Allentown Central Catholic High School
United States of America
Ben Stiller (m. 2000)
Ella Olivia Stiller, Quinlin Dempsey Stiller
Joan Taylor, Albert E. Taylor III
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo
Zoolander, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, Zoolander 2, The Wedding Singer, The Brady Bunch Movie, A Very Brady Sequel, The Craft, Tropic Thunder, License to Wed, Kabluey, Room 6, Overnight Delivery, The First Time, Night of the Demons 2, Campfire Tales, Heat Vision and Jack, Farewell Mr. Kringle, Kiss Toledo Goodbye, Party Girl, Desperate But Not Serious, Calendar Girl, Here Come the Munsters, Denial, Little Boxes, Dedication, Showdown, A Leap of Faith, Rip City, 52 Fights
Her roles as Melodie Hanson in Hey Dude and as Marcia Brady in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel
We want to encourage the young ones to learn and get some confidence in sports. It's fun and keeps you active and moving.
When Ben and I first got married and we first had kids, I felt I needed to prove we could still do it and I could still work separately from Ben and I could still work with him. I just let go of all of that now. I said to him, 'For me, a little bit goes a long way.'
'Hey Dude' was shot in Arizona, and that took me to the West Coast. We did 65 episodes. It was not a show that a ton of people saw, so it was like doing acting classes and getting paid for it. At that point I had the acting bug. So I went to L.A. to give it a try and never left.
It's not like I had big dreams to go to California and become an actor. I loved doing my shows at school and community theater, and I probably would have settled in New York because it was closer. I was going to go to NYU.
It was so inspiring for me to watch tennis growing up. I thought I was really good playing, until my brother told me I wasn't!
It's all about impressing people.
It's always just a great thing to see your kids connecting and you see the different stages.
My family's always been really funny. I feel like comedy's hard. I feel like it's so important.
Someday I'd love to do Shakespeare.
I can't stand the club scene. It's all about impressing people.
I just go with my gut.
I like things bright.
I looked like an alien, and in front of the most beautiful people on TV.
If I had made it in cheerleading, I would have never been an actress.
I have no projects on the horizon. I don't feel frustrated. It's a great life lesson for me.
We have a new puppy and that's enough! Two babies and three dogs is enough.
I like circle time and school drop-off. And I like that I have kids still willing to hold my hand.
I like that I have kids still willing to hold my hand.
All through school, people told me I looked like Marcia Brady.