Joan Severance Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Joan Severance Net Worth $6 Million Dollars
Joan Severance net worth: Joan Severance is an American actress and model that has a net worth of $6 million. She was born in Houston, Texas in 1958 and at the age of 18 began modeling for international magazines and top designers. She worked on campaigns for Chanel and Versace, in addition to commercial products like Windsong cologne, Breck shampoo, Clairol, English Leather, L’oreal, Revlon, and Maybeline. After a rather high profile editorial career, she left the modeling world and tried her luck with acting. She acquired her first major television role in 1987 for a CBS show called Wiseguy beginning Ken Wahl and Kevin Spacey. More recently she has made appearances in popular television shows like One Tree Hill, CSI: Miami, plus a Hallmark movie called, Mystery Woman. In 2013, she also appeared in American Horror Story: Asylum. As well as her career in the entertainment industry, she also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Health and has created a game and computer application centered around alternative and holistic lifestyle choices. She appreciates interior, landscape, and fashion design, too as cooking, writing, and anything related to horses. The pair appeared on an episode of Celebrity Wife Swap in April 2014, but call themselves good buddies and will not be wed.
December 23, 1958
Houston, Texas, USA
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Westbury High School
Martha Severance, John Severance
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Sex & Consequences, Black Scorpion, No Holds Barred, Criminal Passion, The Runestone, Payback, In Dark Places, Bird on a Wire, Dangerous Indiscretion, The Last Seduction II, Criminal Intent, Almost Pregnant, Black Scorpion II, Frequent Flyer, Another Pair of Aces, Matter of Trust, Cause of Death, Born, Write To Kill, The Lost Gold of Khan, Taylor
Has been an interior designer with B-Specific, Inc. since 1985.
Created the educational game Txtylz.
Supports the I am Waters Foundation, non-profit organization based in Houston, Texas dedicated to providing fresh, clean water to the homeless.
Is passionate about lending support and information on Non-USA based treatments for Vitiligo as well as financial assistance to qualifying applicants for these treatments and/or assistance in obtaining the proper cover make-up.
At the age of 16 entered the Clairol Long and Silky contest in hopes of winning a stereo. Lost first prize to Rene Russo, but received a scholarship to a local modeling school as the second place prize.
Supermodel Linda Evangelista has often cited Joan as her modeling influence.
In addition to her modeling and acting credits, she has also been the owner/ chef of a restaurant in upstate New York and a catering company in New York City. She is also studying to be a doctor of natural medicine.
Graduated from Westbury High School in Houston, Texas with the class of 1977.
Also known to Virtual World patrons as Samantha "Sam" Dooley, the Martian Belle.
Wearing this kind of costume is not something I fantasize about. It's not natural, it's not comfortable. I don't see myself as this. But it gives you dramatic license to do almost anything when you're dressed as a bug.
I was watching something the other day which started out with five guys walking towards you and one woman, and there you go-it's still being dominated by the male society.
Every part I've done has been for one reason or another-money, or the part, or the director, or the location. I'd like to get one thing that's all of those combined.
I don't think I'd want to sit down and listen to people's stories all day long.
I did commercials since I was 16, and that's kind of acting, depending on what you're selling.
I want good and different parts, different from what I've done.
I hope they make a show like M*A*S*H, which dealt with a lot of difficult subject matter but was very funny.
I really think the mind of someone who hasn't been welded into place by their work or studios or actors or this whole society is a wonderful mind to work with, so I'd like to do a big picture with an unknown director.
When you're dead weight, in the right position, you win. And in reality, you wouldn't see someone my size kicking seven martial arts experts and winning.
I now have a plan - I haven't had a plan up until this year.
You can take charge, kick ass, do whatever you have to do and it's okay. You can blow people up. These are things that are okay for cartoon characters to do.
I definitely feel, when I'm wearing the costume, that I could scare people and hurt them.