Peri Gilpin is an American actress and voiceover performer with a net worth is $15 million dollars. Produced in Waco, Texas, Peri Gilpin graduated in the University of Texas at Austin, and also attended the British-American Academy in London for theatre training. She’s the daughter of Philadelphia weatherman and radio disc jockey, Jim O’Brien. She started her professional on-camera career in the late 80s, playing guest starring or recurring roles in such endeavors as 21 Jump Street, Matlock, Flesh ‘n Blood, Wings, Designing Women, and Cheers.
Peri Gilpin Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
In 1992, she was cast in the role that would bring her the most widespread recognition, as Roz Doyle on the hit show, Frasier . She continued to guest star and perform voiceovers for another nine years, while continuing to appear on Frasier. Her projects throughout that point, comprised The Outer Limits, Early Edition, Hercules: The Animated Series, Baby Blues, and King of the Hill. After Frasier ended in 2004, she continued to appear as a guest star on multiple shows, including Medium, Desperate Housewives, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Hot in Cleveland, and Grey’s Anatomy. Since her mother’s passing from leiomyosarcoma cancer, Gilpin has directed efforts for cancer research through the Sarcoma Foundation. In 1999, her mother wed realist painter, Christian Vincent, and also the couple had twin daughters, Stella May and Ava. They were born via a surrogate on May 7, 2004. She’s the godmother to Fraiser co star Jane Leeves’ daughter Isabella, and Leeves is godmother to Peri’s daughter Stella. The two live next door to each other in Los Angeles.
May 27, 1961
Waco, Texas, U.S.
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Dallas Theater Center, University of Texas at Austin, British-American Academy in London
Christian Vincent (m. 1999-)
Ava Oldham Vincent, Stella May Oldham Vincent
Jim O'Brien, Sandra Jo Hauck
Marc Gilpin, April Gilpin, Patti Jo Wynne
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (2000), Gracie Award ifor Outstanding Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama Series (2009)
Viewers for Quality Television Awards, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
“Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story” (1995), “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” (2001), "The Choking Game", "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog", "Make It or Break It", "The Vicar of Dibley", "Law & Order", "Law and Order: Criminal Intent"
“Frasier” (1993–2004), “Make It or Break It” (2009–2012), "Danny Phantom", "Superman: The Animated Series", "Justice League", "Hercules: The Animated Series", "Scorpion"
After years of failed in vitro treatments, she and her husband turned to surrogacy. Twin daughters, Stella and Ava finally arrived in a Nevada hospital on May 7, 2004. The couple burbled that holding their new girls was "the best, best in the world, world."