Sherry Stringfield Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Sherry Stringfield is an American celebrity with a net worth of $4 million dollars. She’s famous for playing Dr. Susan Lewis on the NBA play ER. Stringfield attended the Performing Conservatory of SUNY at Purchase and roomed with Parker Posey. Stringfield appeared in many off Broadway plays. In 1989 she got her first part in Guiding Light that continued until 1991. Sherry was among the first cast members of the NBC medical drama ER which began in 1994.
Sherry Stringfield Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Stringfield rejoined the cast in 2001 after her daughter was born. Stringfield remained together with the show until its ending in 2009. After ER Stringfield taught at her alma issue and directed several plays. Stringfield appeared in the movies Autumn in New York and 54. Within the cast of ER Sherry won Screen Actors Guild Awards in 1996 and 1997. She also won a Viewers for Quality Television Q Award for the best Actress in a Quality Drama Show in 1996. She’s been nominated for two Golden Globes and three Primetime Emmy Awards. She was previously married to Larry E. Joseph and had two kids together.
June 24, 1967
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
5 ft 7 in (1.702 m)
State University of New York at Purchase
United States of America
Larry Joseph (m. 1998–2006)
Phoebe Joseph, Milo Joseph
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
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According to Steven Bochco, Sherry asked the producers to release her from her contract for NYPD Blue (1993) after the first season because she said she was not enjoying being a TV actress and wanted to return to New York. Less than a week after being let out of the contract, she was hired as a regular cast member for the new TV series ER (1994).
Graduated from Klein High School in Spring, Texas.
Spent a year traveling through Europe.
She appeared in a 1997 "Got Milk?" ad in which she stated that she is lactose-intolerant.
Her paternal grandmother is from Sweden.
Was voted one of the "100 Sexiest Women in the World" by readers of FHM Magazine (1997)
She gave birth to 8-pound, 4-ounce Milo, her second child with then-husband Larry E. Joseph on 12 April 2004.
Is the only cast member to leave and return to ER (1994). Ming-Na Wen had a recurring role in season 1 but came back in season 6.
Daughter, Phoebe, born with then-husband Larry E. Joseph. [March 2001]
Stringfield has negotiated a deal with Warner Brothers to return to ER (1994) for 3 more seasons. [June 2001]
Graduated from Klein High School in Klein, Texas (just outside of Houston), and is remembered for "streaking" the Nation Honor Society induction meeting.
Enjoys skiing, motorcycle riding, reading and traveling.
Reported to be quitting ER (1994) to spend more time with boyfriend. Will not be acting again in the near future. [November 1996]
The man she married, journalist Larry E. Joseph, is not the man she left ER (1994) for.
Has taught acting at the State University of New York.
I was really wild back then [in high school], and theater just allowed me to sing, dance, jump and run around the stage playing all kinds of characters. It was like playtime. You were creating something, and there was a result that other people could enjoy.