Catherine Oxenberg Net Worth

December 16, 2023
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Actress CATHERINE OXENBERG at the 12th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala themed "Rock & Royalty to Erase MS" at the Century Plaza Hotel. April 22, 2005 Beverly Hills, CA. © 2005 Paul Smith / Featureflash*** USA ONLY ***

Catherine Oxenberg was born on 22nd September, 1961 in New York City, New York, USA of Serbian House of Karađorđević descent. Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia is her mother, and other ancestors include royal Russian and Greek blood. Catherine is an actress well known for her role in the soap operas “Dynasty” (1984–86) and “Acapulco H.E.A.T.” (1994–95). Oxenberg has been active in the industry since 1982.

Sources have reported that the net worth of Catherine Oxenberg is equal to $42 million. Her earnings include $15,000 per episode of the soap opera “Dynasty”, $25,000 per episode of the series “Acapulco H.E.A.T.” and $65,000 per episode of the series “I Am Married Princess” (2005–present).

Catherine Oxenberg Net Worth $42 Million

Even though Catherine Oxenberg was born in USA, she was raised in UK. She is a graduate of St. Paul’s School, Harvard University as well as Columbia University.

To begin with, Catherine debuted on television in the film “The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana” (1982). Soon, she was cast in the popular soap opera “Dynasty” (1984–86) which at that time had high ratings. The appearance in the above mentioned soap opera has increased Oxenberg’s wealth and popularity considerably. Afterwards, the actress created roles in lots of television films including “The Love Boat” (1986), “Still Crazy Like a Fox” (1987), “Trenchcoat in Paradise” (1989), “Ring of Scorpio” (1991), “Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After” (1992), “Rubdown” (1993) and many others. Then she was invited to play a role in the popular television series “Acapulco H.E.A.T.” (1994–95) created by Max A. Keller and Micheline H. Keller. Later, she continued her career acting in the television films “Treacherous Beauties” (1994), “Catch Me If You Can” (1998), “Boys Will Be Boys” (1999), “Road Rage” (2000), “The Miracle of the Cards” (2001), “The Vector File” (2002) and many others. Another series in which she appeared in more than 66 episodes was entitled “Watch over Me” (2006 – 2007) created by Gustavo Belatti and Mario Segade. Her last work in television films was the role of Dottie McGovern in the film “The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation” (2010). Currently, she might be seen in the series “I Am Married Princess” (2005 – present).

Furthermore, Catherine landed several roles on the big screen yet they did not bring much popularity or fame. She starred alongside Hugh Grant in the horror film “The Lair of the White Worm” (1988) directed by Ken Russell which failed in the box office and received mixed reviews from critics. Then she starred in the thriller “Overexposed” (1990) directed by Larry Brand which was not very successful either. A further role in “The Omega Code” (1999) directed by Robert Marcarelli was also a failure. The last role Oxenberg landed was in the main cast of the feature film “Sanctimony” (2000) written and directed by Uwe Boll. The film was not successful either.

In 1998, Catherine married a film producer Robert Evans. However, their marriage was annulled nine days latert. In 1999, she married the actor Casper Van Dien: they have three children and currently reside in Malibu, California, USA.

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