Jaime King was born in Omaha, Nebraska and has an estimated net worth of $3 million dollars. Jaime King began modeling professionally at age 14, after being invited to model in New York by an agent who spotted her at a fashion show in Nebraska. She spent the next year going back and forth, and by the time she was 16, she was already booking major magazine covers and promotional campaigns, including Vogue, Allure, Seventeen, Glamour, and Harper's Bazaar, in addition to a successful runway career. She branched out into acting in 1998, co-hosting "House of Style" on MTV, and appearing in the film, "Happy Campers". She went on to appear in the films "Pearl Harbor", "Slackers", and "Bulletproof Monk", among other projects. She began to appear in more high profile roles in the mid-2000s, including such films, as "Sin City", "The Hard Goodbye", and "The Spirit", and such television projects as "The O.C." and "The Class". She is next slated to star in the new series, "Hart of Dixie".