How rich is Valerie Harper?
Valerie Harper Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 22, 1939|
|Birth place:||Suffern, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Tony Cacciotti (m. 1987), Richard Schaal (m. 1964–1978)|
|Movies:||Blame It on Rio, Mary and Rhoda, Freebie and the Bean|
Valerie Harper profiles:facebook.com/valerieharperfans
Valerie Harper wiki & biography:
Valerie Harper Net Worth 12 Million
Harper – What Is It?
Valerie Harper Net Worth in 2013 Earlier this year she was told she only had a few months to live and now the year is almost over. Valerie Harper is a combatant and a hero to millions of individuals affected by Cancer. With her new stint on Dancing With The Stars season 17 she’s a shoe in to get to be the fan favorite. Harper continues to be in the acting company for over 6 decades and still going strong. With 63 movies and tv series under her belt her net worth is at $15 million.
Her sense of humor and relateable persona has made Valerie Harper one of the very lovable tv personalities. As a kid it was dancing that captured her attention. Valerie attested her dancing skills with all the corps de ballet at Radio City Hall in the 1950’s. Her career as an entertainer developed as she starred in Broadway plays and started acting in small television parts. But Valerie’s introduction around the Mary Tyler Moore show gave her the ultimate career boost. Valerie was married to Richard Schaal an actor who had a guest role in the Dick Van Dyke show. Valerie was around the set while her husband filmed and met Mary Tyler Moore. The two developed a camaraderie which lead to Mary persuading producers to cast Valerie Harper in her spin off.
After Rhoda went off the air Valerie Harper was still had an astounding name in Hollywood which lead to the beginning of MaryTyler film career. MaryTyler films include Chapter Two (1979), Freebie and the Bean (1974) and The Last Married Couple in America (1980). She returned to television in the late 80’s series Valerie. The show was later titled Valerie’s Family. As a result Harper sued NBC for breach of contract which ended with a $1.4 million settlement plus 12.5% of the show’s profits.
The two’s character Rhoda was known for her comedic quotations and wit. Mary Tyler Moore survived for seven seasons and became an American Classic. The show lasted for four seasons.