Jamie Lynn Spears net worth: Jamie Lynn Spears is an American actress, singer who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. An actress and singer, Jamie Lynn Spears is most widely recognized for her roles on the television shows, "All That" and "Zoey 101". After becoming pregnant at age 16, she has retired from the spotlight. Her older sister is pop star Britney Spears Born April 4, 1991 in McComb, Mississippi. Controversy came early to this young, aspiring pop star when she got pregnant at 16 by her then boyfriend, Casey Aldridge. Spears gave birth to their daughter Maddie Briann Aldridge on June 19, 2008 in Mississippi. Spears' and Aldridge's on-and-off relationship was permanently 'off' in 2010 and Spears moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a music career. Her film credits include Crossroads (2002) and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears (voice only)(2008). Television credits begin with a main role on All That (2002-2004) and move to main role on Zoey 101. Subsequent TV roles were: Just Jordan, A Weekend with Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney and Kevin: Chaotic and Miss Guided. Spears won 5 awards between 2005 and 2007; 1 Young Hollywood Award, 2 Kid's Choice Awards (1 of which was a German award) and 2 Young Artist Awards. In 2014, Spears married businessman James Watson in a ceremony in New Orleans, Louisiana. Watson owns communications service Advanced Media Partners.
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Jamie Lynn Spears
Date of Birth
Apr 4, 1991 (25 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 4 in (1.64 m)
126 lbs (57 kg)
Jamie Lynn Marie Spears, Jamie-Lynn Spears, Jamie Spears, J Lynn
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