Christine Taylor Net Worth

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Christine Taylor net worth:
$10 Million

Christine Taylor net worth: Christine Taylor is an American actress and comedian who has a net worth of $10 million. Taylor generated her net worth as an actress who has appeared in many television shows and movies starting with Nickelodeon's Hey Dude. Taylor, who's married to actor, comedian and filmmaker Ben Stiller, came to prominence after appearing in The Brady Bunch Movie and A Very Brady Sequel. She made several guest appearances on the 1990s hit comedy sitcom, Ellen – which led to a lead role in the television series, Party girl based on the 1995 film with the same name. During this time, she made more guest appearances in the 1990's hit sitcoms, Friends and Seinfeld. She also featured in the 1998 hit comedy, The Winning Singer, as Drew Barrymore's cousin Holly Sullivan. Since then, Taylor has appeared in at least three of her husband's movies: Zoolander (2001), Dodgeball: A True Underdog story (2004) and Tropic Thunder (2008). In addition to this, she continues to make TV guest appearances in hit sitcoms, including a episode in My Name is Earl and the cult series Arrested Development.

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Christine Taylor

Christine Taylor

Actor
Date of Birth
1971-07-30
Profession
Actor, Comedian
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 6 in (1.689 m)
Nicknames
Christine Taylor-Stiller, Christine Joan Stiller, Christine Joan Taylor

Christine Taylor Earnings

  • Untitled Christine Taylor Project
    $140,000/episode
  • 52 Fights
    $52,500/episode
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