How Much is Shawnee Smith Net Worth and Income 2018

Shawnee Smith Net Worth Keeps Being Impressive

Shawnee Smith Net Worth : $ 3 Million

By 2017, the estimation of Shawnee Smith net worth is predicted to reach $3 million. This amount of wealth was accumulated from her activities as an actress. Shawnee Smith is known of her role as Amanda Young on Saw I – IV movies. For television series, she is mostly known when acted as Linda in Becker.

This American actress was born in Orangeburg on July 3rd, 1970 and made her debut appearance on television when she was 8 years old. She was staring a McDonald commercial entitled Best Friend. Four years later, she was in a film entitled John Huston. After that, she kept appearing on some films and television series.

Also known as a singer, Shawnee Smith can play several instruments such as piano, guitar, and drum. In 2001, she had a punk band named Fydolla Ho and it was disbanded after three years. Later, she had a duo country music group named Smith & Pyle along with Missi Pyle in 2008. They had released one album before the disbandment in 2011.

How much is Shawnee Smith Net Worth?

Shawnee Smith earned her net worth mostly from his activity in acting. She is still active both in films and television series. She had featured on more than 30 television series and more than 35 films since her debut in acting. By her many experiences of acting, recently, she is included in the top 10 highest paid actresses in the world. There, she is placed in Number 1 out of 10.

As she gets an impressive amount of wealth, she also gets some great properties and investments. She has some restaurants named Fat Smith Burger. She also owns a brand for vodka, perfume, and fashion product. Based on her impressive salary from acting and business, it is predicted that Shawnee Smith net worth will keep increasing.

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