Darcy LaPier Net Worth is
Darcy LaPier Biography
Darcy Lynn LaPier was born on 9 July 1965, in Oregon, USA, and is a model and actress, but best known for several high profile marriages. She also had a film career in the 1990s mainly appearing in small roles. All of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Darcy LaPier? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $100 million, mostly earned through her high profile marriages and divorce settlements, also from her film appearances, and has transitioned to rodeo barrel racing. She is the star of the reality TV show “Rodeo Girls”. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Darcy LaPier Net Worth $100 million
Darcy started earning popularity when she became part of the 1985 Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Contest as the representative of Oregon. She was subsequently “married” to Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion company founder Ron Rice, during which period LaPier would be introduced into the film industry. Her first role was in the comedy film “Think Big”, directed by Jon Turteltaub and released in 1990, about the adventures of twin brother truck drivers and featured numerous cameos. Her next few projects would include “Dream Trap”, “Driving Me Crazy” and “Double Trouble”. In 1994, she would gain a small role in the film “Street Fighter” – based on the video game franchise, mainly “Street Fighter II” – which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme and was a commercial success despite negative reviews from critics as well as fans of the video games. The film also starred Raul Julia as General M. Bison, a performance that would earn him a Saturn Award nomination. In 1999, she would make her last film appearance in “Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target”, but all of these opportunities increased Darcy’s net worth somewhat.
The next decade seems to have been mostly taken up with marriages and husbands, but Darcy resurfaced in her own right in 2013, when she produced the reality show entitled “Rodeo Girls”. The show aired on A&E and showcased a group of women travelling the country doing rodeo work. The show follows veterans as well as rookies, also having a reality show aspect, revealing their personal lives.
It also shows them appearing in rodeo competitions, and Darcy is part of the show as a star in both elements.
For her personal life, it is known that Darcy married Larry Ray Robertson in 1984 and their marriage would end in divorce in 1993. Two years prior to that divorce, she ‘married’ Ron Rice but that was annulled in 1993 when it was discovered that she hadn’t been divorced from Robertson; she had a daughter with Rice. In 1994, she married actor Jean-Claude Van Damme and their marriage lasted until 1997; they had a son. In 1999 she married Herbalife founder Mark R. Hughes who would pass away the following year. Two years after that, she married Brian Snodgrass and their marriage lasted until their 2010 divorce.
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|Full Name||Darcy LaPier|
|Net Worth||$100 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 9, 1965|
|Place Of Birth||Oregon, United States|
|Spouse||Brian Snodgrass (m. 2002), Mark R. Hughes (m. 1999–2000), Jean-Claude Van Damme (m. 1994–1997), Ronald Rice (m. 1991–1993), Larry Ray Robertson (m. 1984–1993)|
|Children||Nicholas Van Varenberg, Sterling Rice|
|Movies||Street Fighter, Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target|
|1||Her second marriage, to Ron Rice, was annulled because she had not properly divorced her first husband.|
|2||Had a son by Jean-Claude Van Damme, Nicolas Van Damme, on October 10, 1995.|
|3||Married Jean-Claude Van Damme on February 3, 1994 in Bangkok Thailand.|
|4||Had a daughter, Sterling Rice, by Ron Rice in 1990.|
|5||Was married to Ron Rice who was the owner of the "Hawaiian Tropic" suntan lotion company.|
|6||Was the Oregon representive for the Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Contest in 1985.|
|Operation Delta Force 3: Clear Target||1998||Ariana Decker (as Darcy La Pier)|
|Street Fighter||1994||Guile's Date|
|Double Trouble||1992/I||David's Neighbor (as Darcy La Pier)|
|Driving Me Crazy||1991||Girl with Taj|
|Rodeo Girls||2013||TV Series executive producer - 1 episode|
|Rodeo Girls||2013||TV Series||Herself|
|Varney & Company||2013||TV Series||Herself - Exec Producer, Rodeo Girls|
|82nd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2002-2009||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Howard Stern||1996||TV Series||Herself|
|House of Style||1995||TV Series||Herself|