Sheree J. Wilson net worth: Sheree J. Wilson is an American actress, producer, and former model who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Sheree started working in the fashion world, assisting on photo shoots in Denver, Colorado. While prepping a shoot one day, a photographer incorrectly believed she was the model. The photographer presented her to an agent, who signed her instantly. Sheree subsequently relocated to Los Angeles to establish an acting career. Sheree appeared in several endeavors throughout the late 80s, before being cast in the role that would make her a household name, as April Stevens on “Dallas”. Sheree subsequently went on to play Alex Cahill on “Walker, Texas Ranger”. Sheree currently works as both a producer and actress.
Best known by the public for her starring roles as April Stevens-Ewing on Dallas (1978) and as Alexandra "Alex" Cahill-Walker on Walker, Texas Ranger (1993).
Her two regular TV characters, "April Stevens-Ewing" (Dallas (1978)) and "Alex Cahill-Walker" (Walker, Texas Ranger (1993)) both met deaths by gunshot. April was shot while being rescued from terrorists on her honeymoon to Bobby Ewing (Patrick Duffy) and died shortly afterward. Alex was shot in the courthouse at the end of the Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire (2005) reunion movie. She was wounded in the chest, fell to the floor and was shown apparently dead (wound was dead center) in the closing shot of the movie. (Walker (Chuck Norris) had just left the courthouse to investigate something and was--for the first time--not there to save her).
Won first place riding cutting horses in the 1995 National Multiple Sclerosis Rodeo
Has two sons: Luke Wilson DeRobbio (b. June 4, 1990) and Nicolas DeRobbio (b. August 6, 1997) with husband Paul Thomas DeRobbio.
[Of Chuck Norris]: Chuck has always been a Christian and it became important to him to give that message out. He absolutely created some shows that were very spiritual and Christian based.
[on her on- and off-screen relationship with Chuck Norris, who played Cordell Walker]: Chuck is exactly who you would expect him to be. He is a proud American, he is a Texan, he is one of the most stand-up human beings, and an American, drugs out of America, he has his foundation for teaching inner-city kids, he's just a great guy!
I can eat like a truck driver. I went out with a guy once who said, 'I like a woman who eats. I don't trust them if they don't.' I remember thinking, 'I know there's a compliment in there somewhere-where's the dessert tray?'
[When defining Dallas (1978), as the groundbreaking series]: When you're having that much fun, and you have that many viewers, and you know, you're just doing something outrageous that the whole world is watching.
[When she became a model in New York who displayed plenty of Horatio Alger pluck]: One time I had laryngitis and I went to several auditions carrying an Etch-A-Sketch. They'd tell me to state my name and I'd break out the Etch-A-Sketch and spell it out.
We were out getting grubby like pioneers. Mom had to check our heads for ticks.