How rich is Brett Butler?
Brett Butler Net Worth:
|Birth date:||January 30, 1958|
|Birth place:||Montgomery, Alabama, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Comedian, Actor, Writer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Ken Zieger (m. 1987–1999), Charles Michael Wilson (m. 1978–1981)|
|Siblings:||Tana Anderson, Kristen Anderson, Katy Anderson, Toren Anderson|
|Awards:||People's Choice Award for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series|
Brett Butler wiki & biography:
What’s Brett Butler’s net worth? Produced in Montgomery, Alabama, Brett Butler first rose to fame as a stand-up comedian. Initially featured on the short lived television program, “Dolly”, made by Dolly Parton, she was hired as writer for the show, and wrote sketches for the program until its cancellation. The show ran for five years and was fairly popular, but due to substance abuse problems, the short-lived television was ultimately let go in the production, and the show was cancelled. In addition to her acting and stand up work, she also published a novel about her life in 1996. The memoir candidly addressed a few of the youth experiences that led to her substance abuse issues. She has decided to remain outside of the limelight for the past few years, working on a farm, and developing a new book.
Brett Butler (born January 30, 1958) is an American celebrity, writer, and stand-up comedian, best known for playing the title role in the comedy series “Grace Under Fire”.
One of the first noteworthy appearances for Butler was on Dolly Parton’s ill-fated 1987 variety series, Dolly. Parton subsequently hired Butler as a writer for the remainder of the show’s season, before it had been canceled. In February 1998, due to her erratic behavior stemming from substance abuse, she was dismissed in the show. Butler published her memoirs, entitled Knee Deep in Paradise, in 1996. The book was began before attaining her celeb status, and candidly addresses much of the time frame, ending the autobiography before Grace Under Fire’s television debut. In 2008, Butler headlined at an arts fundraiser and talked freely having a reporter about her melancholy, previous drug addiction, television work and current life on a farm. She also expressed interest in writing another book. Starting in June 2012, Butler appeared in a recurring character on the CBS soap The Young and the Restless playing ex-shrink Tim Reed’s girlfriend. In June 2012, Butler also offers a recurring role as the bartender at the restaurant that Dr. Charlie Goodson frequents in the FX show Anger Management starring Charlie Sheen.