Kari Wuhrer net worth: Kari Wuhrer is an American actress and vocalist who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. She was born in Brookfield, Connecticut on April 28, 1967. At age 13 she started attending the Wooster School to pursue acting. She spent many of her teen years singing at nightclubs. Wuhrer was in several advertisements, after being signed on by Ford Model Talent Division. Her first big break was in 1987, when she appeared on MTV’s Remote Control.
Kari Wuhrer Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
From 1991-1992, she worked as a VJ on MTV, in addition to a cast member on the series, Swamp Thing. She continued to act in shows such as Class of ’96 and Beverly Hills 90210. Her biggest role was on the sci-fi television series Sliders, where she played Maggie Beckett, from 1997-2000. Wuhrer also pursued her singing career, releasing her first album titled Shiny, where she composed most of the tunes and played guitar and flute. “There’s a Drug” was her most successful single. Between 1999-2001 Wuhrer made the top 100 list of FHM’s & Maxim’s Sexiest Women, along with posed semi-nude in Playboy Magazine.
Voted #36 in Maxim magazine's 50 sexiest woman countdown (1999).
Voted #73 in FHM magazine's 100 sexiest women poll (2001).
Has had her breast implants removed (2002).
Plays the guitar and the flute.
Acting Training: New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan College, Columbia University, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (London), and the Wooster School of Dramatic Arts.
Has three cats: Gato, Monkey and Houdini.
Her favorite hobby is pottery.
Had her tattoos removed. These were a peacock feather on her shoulder and her ex-husband's name on her ankle.
Former MTV VJ from 1991-1992.
Lisp, breathless voice
Natural brunette hair
Curvaceous, buxom figure
To allow people in the world to see me as I truly believe I see myself. I wanna create a character that's really memorable... like Julia Roberts did in Pretty Woman (1990). I haven't gotten to the essence of me... I have to be able to give up these insecurities.
It's either a freeing experience thing for me or it's some kind of insecurity thing where I really love my body and I honestly do think it's my biggest asset.