Maggie Wheeler is an American celebrity who hasa net worth of $2 million dollars. Born in New York, NY, Maggie Wheeler, also known as Margaret Emily Jakobson, started her professional acting career as a voice over artist, voicing multiple characters for the animation, “Silverhawks” in the 80s. She also guest-starred on multiple shows, including, “The Paper Chase”, “L.A. Law”, “Dream On”, “Civil Wars”, “Seinfeld”, “Doogie Howser, M.D.”, and “The X-Files”. In 1994, she was cast in the character that could bring her the most widespread recognition, as Janice Litman-Garelnick, Chandler Bing’s on-again, off-again love interest on “Friends”.
Maggie Wheeler Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
From that point, she went on to recurring roles on such shows as, “Ellen” and “Everybody Loves Raymond”, along with guest starring roles on, “Will and Grace”, “E.R.”, “Friday Night Lights”, “How I Met Your Mother, and “Without a Trace”, as well as supporting characters in multiple films and cartoons.
August 7, 1961
New York City, New York, United States
United States of America
Daniel Borden Wheeler (m. 1990)
Barbara Jakobson, John Jakobson
Dwegons and Leprechauns, Barbie of Swan Lake, The Parent Trap, New Year's Day, It’s Not You It’s Me
Voiced all the female characters, namely the evil Melodia and the heroic Emily Hart/Steelheart on the Silverhawks (1986) animated series of the mid-1980s.
Her nasal voice as "Janice Litman" in Friends (1994) is not her real voice. Her real voice is actually a normal female voice and can be heard in shows such as Everybody Loves Raymond (1996).
She has two children, both girls and five years apart in age. She really was pregnant with her elder daughter when her Friends (1994) character Janice turned up heavily pregnant in one episode of the sitcom.
Played Marcy in the original pilot for the comedy series Suddenly Susan (1996). A few months after the pilot was shot, the format of the show was changed and the character later became Vicki and went to Kathy Griffin.