Harley Jane Kozak Net Worth 2017, Biography & Wiki
Harley Jane Kozak Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
Harley Jane Kozak net worth: Harley Jane Kozak is an American writer and celebrity who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Harley Jane Kozak was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Nebraska. She began her professional on-camera career right after graduating from school, appearing on the series, “Texas”. She is most commonly recognized for her characters on “Guiding Light”, “Santa Barbara” and “Harts of the West”. She is in addition the award-winning writer of a collection of mystery novels.
Her father was of Slovak descent. Her mother was of three quarters Norwegian and one quarter Swedish ancestry.
Profiled in an article by Jordan Rosenfeld in the April 2008 issue of Writer's Digest. [March 2008]
Release of her third novel, "Dead Ex". [August 2007]
Release of her first novel, "Dating Dead Men". 
Release of her fourth novel, "A Date You Can't Refuse". 
Released her second novel, "Dating is Murder", a follow-up to her tongue-in-cheek "Dating Dead Men". [March 2005]
In 2005, won Anthony Award for Best First Novel for "Dating Dead Men".
She gave birth to twins, son Lorenzo Robert Aldisert and daughter Giana Julia Aldisert, with Greg Aldisert, on May 30, 2002 in Los Angeles.
Was originally chosen to play "Karen Sammler" in Once and Again (1999). She filmed the pilot but, after that, she had to withdraw due to personal reasons (she had become pregnant). The part was recast with Susanna Thompson.
She won the Agatha Award for Best First Mystery Novel for her book "Dating Dead Men".
Attended Lincoln East High School in Lincoln, Nebraska, graduating in 1975.
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1990" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 42. 
Got the nickname "Harley" from the motorcycle.
Worked zealously as a waitress at the original Garvin's Restaurant in Greenwich Village NYC
Has three sisters: Mary, Dorothy and Ann, and four brothers: Andrew, John, Joseph and Peter
Gave birth to daughter Audrey on 9th of March 2000.