Jennifer Coolidge Net Worth 2022
Jennifer Coolidge Net Worth
According To Uswhispers Jennifer Coolidge Net Worth $6 Million . Among many others, Jennifer Coolidge is well recognised for her appearances in comedic movies including "American Pie," "Legally Blonde," and "Best in Show." For better or worse, she was best known in the late 1990s and early 2000s as "Stifler's mom," a reference to her role in the American Pie series. She received favourable reviews for her performance in the HBO series "The White Lotus" in 2021.
Gretchen and Paul Coolidge gave birth to Coolidge on August 28, 1961 in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father was a producer of plastics. The couple, who are of English, Scottish, German, and Irish ancestry, produced four children—three daughters and a son. When he was younger, Coolidge participated in orchestra summer camps and played the clarinet. She also became interested in the performing arts. Before enrolling at Boston's Emerson College, Coolidge attended Norwell High School as well as the Cambridge School of Weston.
She then pursued acting in New York City at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She first expressed interest in becoming a dramatic actor, citing Meryl Streep as her role model, but later changed her mind and decided to pursue a career as a comedy character actress.
In the middle of the 1990s, Coolidge made her television debut in Seinfeld's "The Masseuse" episode. In movies like "A Bucket of Blood," "Plumb Fiction," and "A Night at the Roxbury," she subsequently got a lot of small parts. A voice part in the animated comedy series "King of the Hill" was also secured by her.
When she was cast in the character of "Stifler's mom" in the 1999 film "American Pie," she received her big break. The movie was a box office hit that brought in over $235,000,000 globally and brought Coolidge to public attention. When she returned to the part in "American Pie 2" in 2001 and "American Wedding" in 2003, her fame grew even further. She also had a supporting part in the hugely popular picture "Legally Blonde," which was also released in 2001. Even though "Legally Blond 2: Red, White & Blonde" wasn't quite as popular, she returned to the role.