Yasmine Bleeth Net Worth

Yasmine Bleeth Net Worth:
$2 Million

What Is Yasmine Bleeth's Net Worth?

Yasmine Bleeth is an American actress who has a net worth of $2 million. Bleeth is probably best known for starring as Caroline Holden on the television series "Baywatch" (1993–1997), and she also played Ryan Fenelli on "Ryan's Hope" (1985–1989), LeeAnn Demerest on "One Life to Live" (1991–1993), and Inspector Caitlin Cross on "Nash Bridges" (1998–2000). Yasmine has appeared in several films, including "BASEketball" (1998) and "Undercover Angel" (1999), and as of this writing, her most recent role was in the 2003 TV movie "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding."

Early Life

Yasmine Bleeth was born Yasmine Amanda Bleeth on June 14, 1968, in New York City. Her mother, Carina, was a model, and her father, Philip, owned a business. Yasmine appeared in her first commercial, an ad for Johnson & Johnson's No More Tears baby shampoo, at just 10 months old. Bleeth attended New York's United Nations International School, and she has two siblings, Tristan and Miles.

Career

When Yasmine was 6 years old, she appeared on "Candid Camera" and in a Max Factor cosmetic ad campaign. Bleeth appeared in the ad with model Cristina Ferrare, and she caught the attention of fashion photographer Francesco Scavullo, who later featured Yasmine and her mother in his book "Scavullo Women." Bleeth made her film debut in 1983's "Hey Babe!," and in 1985, she began playing Ryan Fenelli on the ABC soap opera "Ryan's Hope," appearing in 96 episodes by the time the series ended in 1989. Shortly after the show's cancellation, Yasmine's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, and after Carina passed away in November 1989, Bleeth took a break from acting to deal with her grief. The first role Bleeth accepted after her mother's death was LeeAnn Demerest on the ABC soap opera "One Life to Live," and she played the role from 1991 to 1993. In 1993, she guest-starred on "Herman's Head" and landed the role of Caroline Holden on the syndicated series "Baywatch." Yasmine stayed on the show until 1997, and she reprised the role of Caroline in the TV movies "Baywatch the Movie: Forbidden Paradise" (1995) and "Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding" (2003) as well as a 1996 episode of the spinoff "Baywatch Nights." While starring on "Baywatch," she was named one of "People" magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" and "FHM" magazine's "100 Sexiest Women in the World."

Bleeth appeared in the 1994 film "The Force" and the 1996 TV movies "A Face to Die For" and "Talk to Me," and she guest-starred on "Boy Meets World" (1995) and "The Naked Truth" (1997). She played the lead role in the 1996 film "Heaven or Vegas," and in 1998, she co-starred with "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone in the comedy "BASEketball." From 1998 to 2000, Yasmine played Inspector Caitlin Cross on the CBS series "Nash Bridges" alongside Don Johnson and Cheech Marin, and in 1999, she appeared in the films "Coming Soon" and "Undercover Angel." She guest-starred on "Veronica's Closet" (1998) and "V.I.P." (2000), and she appeared in the TV movies "The Lake" (1998), "Ultimate Deception" (1999), "It Came from the Sky" (1999), "Road Rage" (1999), "Goodbye Casanova" (2000), and "Hidden War" (2000). In 2000, Bleeth starred as Heather Lane-Williams on the Aaron Spelling-produced series "Titans," a primetime soap opera that aired one season on NBC, and in 2003, she appeared in the film "Game Over." Yasmine has also appeared in the 1995 documentary "The World of James Bond" and numerous talk shows, such as "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn," "Late Show with David Letterman," and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."

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Personal Life

Yasmine met Paul Cerrito at Promises Rehabilitation Clinic (which she voluntarily entered to help her overcome a cocaine dependency), and they married on August 25, 2002. She said of meeting Cerrito, "They say you shouldn't get into any relationship in the first year of sobriety — especially with someone in the program, but Paul and I fell in love immediately." In 2001, Bleeth was arrested in Michigan after she drove onto a median strip on the interstate. Police officers discovered "four syringes containing a liquid form of cocaine and a small plastic bag with cocaine residue" in Yasmine's purse, and after obtaining a warrant to search her hotel room, they found drug paraphernalia and cocaine. Two months later, Bleeth accepted a plea bargain and pled guilty to driving while impaired and possession of less than 25 grams of cocaine, receiving a sentence of two years of probation as well as 100 hours of community service. Yasmine wrote an article entitled "Back from My Drugs Hell" for the April 2003 issue of "Glamour" in which she discussed her cocaine addiction and her path to recovery and stated that "consciously trying to stay off drugs is now part of [her] life and always will be."

Bleeth served as a spokesperson for the 1998 Lee National Denim Day campaign, which raised $5 million for the charitable organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure. She was also a spokesperson for that charity and teamed up with the Ford Motor Company to establish the Race for the Cure. In 1995, Yasmine competed on "Celebrity Jeopardy!" and donated her winnings ($10,000) to Sloan Kettering Breast Cancer Research.

Award Nominations

Bleeth has been nominated for two "Soap Opera Digest" Awards. In 1986, she earned a nomination for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress on a Daytime or Prime Time Serial for "Ryan's Hope." In 1993, she received a Hottest Female Star nomination for "One Life to Live."

Yasmine Bleeth Net Worth

Yasmine Bleeth

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:Jun 14, 1968 (53 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.651 m)
Profession:Actor, Spokesperson
Nationality:United States of America

Yasmine Bleeth Earnings

  • Baywatch
    $12,000/episode
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