Barbara Hershey Net Worth

June 5, 2023
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Barbara Lynn Herzstein widely known as Barbara Hershey has an estimated net worth which up to date grosses 12 million dollars. Barbara has earned her net worth through her long spanned career as an actress. Hershey is the winner of Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Award and a long list of other awards and nominations which undoubtedly has increased Hershey’s net worth and wealth. Barbara Lynn Herzstein was born on February 5, 1948 in Hollywood, California, United States. Like many other famous actors Barbara Hershey started her career in television. She took part in television series ‘Gidget’, ‘The Monroes’ and others.

Barbara Hershey Net Worth $12 Million

Since 1968 she has taken roles on the big screen including ‘With Six You Get Eggroll’ directed by Howard Morris, ‘Heaven with a Gun’ directed by Lee H. Katzin, ‘Last Summer’ directed by Frank Perry, ‘The Liberation of L.B. Jones’ directed by William Wyler, ‘Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues’ directed by Paul Williams, ‘The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder’ directed by Arthur Hiller, ‘Take This Job and Shove It’ directed by Gus Trikonis and the long list of other films. Barbara Hershey rose to the prominence with the role of Lee in Woody Allen’s directed film ‘Hannah and Her Sisters’ in 1986. In the film Barbara co-starred with Woody Allen, Michael Caine, Mia Farrow and Carrie Fisher. Barbara Hershey added much to her net worth after attracting greater attention of critics who nominated her for several awards. A year later, Barbara has increased her net worth landing a role worth the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for the Best Actress. It was the role of Ruth in a drama film ‘Shy People’ directed by Andrei Konchalovsky. In 1988, Barbara received two nominations for the roles in films ‘A World Apart’ directed by Chris Menges and ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ directed by Martin Scorsese. In 1990, Hershey’s net worth has risen after she won Golden Globe Award and Primetime Emmy Award for her role in television film ‘A Killing in a Small Town’ directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal. Her career peak was the role of Madame Serena Merle in the film ‘The Portrait of a Lady’ directed by Jane Campion.

Barbara was nominated for the Academy Award and a number of other awards winning the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award and National Society of Film Critics Award for the Best Supporting Actress. Later, Barbara Hershey added to her net worth appearing in the following films ‘A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries’ directed by James Ivory, ‘Breakfast of Champions’ directed by Alan Rudolph, ‘Love Comes Lately’ directed by Jan Schütte, ‘Albert Schweitzer’ directed by Jerome Hill, ‘Black Swan’ directed by Darren Aronofsky, ‘Answers to Nothing’ directed by Matthew Leutwyler, ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’ directed by James Wan and many other films. Barbara Hershey was married with Stephen Doughlas from 1992 till 1993 as the couple got divorced. It has been stated that Barbara has had two partners as follows David Carradine from 1972 till 1975 and Naveen Andrews from 1999 till 2009. She has one child.

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