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Heidi Swedberg Net Worth

Heidi Swedberg Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Heidi Swedberg net worth is
$300 Thousand

Heidi Swedberg Wiki/Biography

Heidi Swedberg was born on the 3rd March 1966, in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA and is an actress and a musician, possibly most famous for her appearance in NBC’s hit sitcom “Seinfeld”, in which she portrayed Susan Ross, the fiancée of Jerry Seinfeld‘s best friend, George Costanza. She is also the founder of her own Heidi Swedberg and The Sukey Jump Band in which she plays ukulele.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this performing artist has accumulated so far? How rich Heidi Swedberg is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Heidi Swedberg’s net worth, as of late 2016, is over $300.000, acquired through both her acting as well as her music career.

Heidi Swedberg Net Worth $300.000

Heidi was born to a high school teacher, Kay, and laser physicist, Jim Swedberg. Although a native of Hawaii, she grew up in New Mexico where she matriculated from Albuquerque’s Sandia High School in 1984. Subsequently Heidi relocated to Kentucky, where she joined the Actors Theatre of Louisville. In 1989 Heidi Swedberg debuted on television with a small role in the “Matlock” TV series, then later that year debuted on the big screen with the role of Dawn in Norman Jewison’s “In Country” featuring Bruce Willis and Emily Lloyd in the leading roles. These engagements provided the basis for Heidi Swedberg’s overall net worth.

In the early 1990s Heidi’s acting career gained more momentum as she appeared in several movies, including the comedies “Kindergarten Cop” (1990) with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the main role as well as Jim Abrahams‘ motion picture “Hot Shots!” (1991). Parallel to movies, she also performed in several TV series such as “Thirtysomething”, “Quantum Leap”, “Northern Exposure” as well as “Brooklyn Bridge” and “Sisters”. However, the real breakthrough in Heidi Swedberg’s acting career occurred in 1992 when she was cast in the role of Susan Ross in the fourth season of “Seinfeld”. In 1995, she reprised her role in 17 episodes of the show’s seventh season, and in season nine in 1997, Heidi’s Susan Ross appeared in just one episode. To the present day, this role remains Heidi Swedberg’s most memorable one, and it also helped her to further increase her overall net worth.

Some other notable acting appearances of Heidi Swedberg include roles in a variety of TV series such as “Roc”, “Empty Nest”, “ER” and “Gilmore Girls” as well as movies “Galaxy Quest” (1999), “75 Degrees in July” (2000) and “Dragonfly” (2002). It is certain that all these engagements have impacted Heidi Swedberg’s overall net worth in a positive manner.

Apart from acting, Heidi Swedberg has also been actively working on her music career. With her band – Heidi Swedberg and The Sukey Jump Band – she has released two studio albums so far. They debuted with “Play!” in 2009 and in 2013 “My Cup of Tea” hit the charts. With her other band, Smoking Jackets, she performs at ukulele festivals, and regularly circuits the night club scene. Doubtlessly, these musical engagements have contributed to Heidi Swedberg’s wealth.

When it comes to her personal life, Heidi has been married since 1994 to Philip Holahan, with whom she has two children.


Full NameHeidi Swedberg
Net Worth$300 Thousand
Date Of BirthMarch 3, 1966
Place Of BirthHonolulu, Hawaii, United States
ProfessionMusician, Actor
EducationSandia High School
NationalityAmerican
SpousePhilip Holahan (m. 1994)
ParentsJim Swedberg, Kay Swedberg
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0842056
Allmusichttp://www.allmusic.com/artist/heidi-swedberg-mn0002791387
MoviesKindergarten Cop, Too Much Sun, Hot Shots!, Father and Scout, The Ticket, Dennis the Menace Strikes Again, Evolution's Child, Galaxy Quest, 75 Degrees in July
TV ShowsSeinfeld
#Fact
1Jason Alexander states he liked Heidi Swedberg personally. And that's why he (and the other main cast members) had Swedberg fired from the show because it was "'f*cking impossible' to work with her." (That's supposed to be a direct quote from Jason Alexander about Heidi Swedberg.) Or should I believe that she was not fired from the show, but just put on permanent leave, after her character was killed off?.See article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3110225/George-did-kill-Jason-Alexander-reveals-Seinfeld-screen-fiancee-Susan-killed-cheap-invitations-not-blame.html.
2Currently (2016) plays ukulele and tours with her eclectic folk music act, "Heidi Swedberg and the Sukey Jump Band".
3Contrary to popular belief, her Seinfeld (1989) character, Susan Ross, was not killed off because her on-screen beau Jason Alexander disliked her. Alexander has clarified he very much likes Swedberg personally and considers her to be talented, but was concerned her sense of humor and comedic style contrasted with that of the regular Seinfeld cast. He initially worried this would come across poorly, but eventually realized that her performance worked to the show's advantage, as Susan was not conceived as being a bad person, merely one who just didn't fit in with the Seinfeld gang.
4She plays and teaches ukulele and fronts a popular kid's band, Heidi Swedberg and the Sukey Jump Band. They have released two albums, "Play" (2009) and "My Cup Of Tea" (2013).
5Has two daughters.
6Raised in New Mexico.
7Daughter of Kay, a high school English teacher, and Jim Swedberg, a laser physicist.
8She attended Sandia High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from 1980 to 1984.
9Best known as the unfortunate (and lacking in taste) fiancée of George Costanza on Seinfeld (1989) who dies after licking cheap toxic envelopes (bought by George) to mail out wedding invitations.

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hawthorne2010TV SeriesOlivia Maxwell
Wizards of Waverly Place2009TV SeriesMiss Majorhealey
Bones2008TV SeriesAlice Elliot
Without a Trace2006TV SeriesLaura Worth
Becker2003TV SeriesMrs. Whitford
Moving Alan2003Female Ranger
Oliver Beene2003TV SeriesCynthia Vogel
Jumping for Joy2002
Gilmore Girls2002TV SeriesDebbie Fincher
ER2002TV SeriesRobin Turner
Dragonfly2002Surgical Nurse
Strong Medicine2001TV SeriesCelia Farber
Providence2001TV Series
Gideon's Crossing2001TV SeriesMrs. Cabochon
Roswell2001TV SeriesMeredith Dupree
75 Degrees in July2000Kay Colburn
Galaxy Quest1999Brandon's Mom
Evolution's Child1999TV MovieElaine Cordell
Dennis the Menace Strikes Again!1998VideoAlice Mitchell
A Parking Lot Story1997ShortCar Owner
Breast Men1997TV MovieEileen
Seinfeld1992-1997TV SeriesSusan Ross
The Ticket1997TV MovieRita
The Cold Equations1996TV MovieBoard Member
Touched by an Angel1996TV SeriesMarty Dillard
Up Close & Personal1996Sheila
The Party Favor1995ShortSusie
If Not for You1995TV SeriesMelanie McKee
Grace Under Fire1994TV SeriesRamona
Father and Scout1994TV MovieDonna Paley
Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics1994TV Movie segment "The Theater"
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine1994TV SeriesRekelen
Murder, She Wrote1994TV SeriesLorna Thompson
Empty Nest1994TV SeriesPatty Olsen
Roc1992-1993TV SeriesHelen
Sisters1992TV SeriesJill Parkins
Brooklyn Bridge1991-1992TV SeriesMiss McCullough
Northern Exposure1991TV SeriesLinda
Hot Shots!1991Mary Thompson
Quantum Leap1991TV SeriesValerie Nevsky
Kindergarten Cop1990Joshua's Mother
Thirtysomething1990TV SeriesMiss Jackie
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael1990Andrea Stein
Too Much Sun1990Sister Agnes
In Country1989Dawn
Matlock1989TV SeriesSister Katherine

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
25 Things You Didn't Know About Seinfeld2010TV Movie documentaryHerself
Seinfeld: Inside Look2005-2007TV Series documentary shortHerself
Running with the Egg: Making a 'Seinfeld'2005Video documentary shortHerself
The Bench: Life Before 'Seinfeld'2004Video documentary shortHerself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Seinfeld: Inside Look2006TV Series documentary shortSusan

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