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Julissa Bermudez Wiki/Biography
Julissa Bermudez was born on 28 September 1983, in the Dominican Republic, and is now an American singer, actress, dancer, model and television personality, perhaps best known for hosting the music video show “106 & Park”, and the reality television series “Jersey Shore”, as well as for starring in the reality series “Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne”.
So just how rich is Julissa Bermudez now? Sources state that Bermudez has earned a net worth of over $300,000, as of mid-2016, largely accumulated through her involvement in the film and television industry.
Julissa Bermudez Net Worth $300,000
Bermudez grew up in Queens, New York along with three older siblings. She attended Manhattan’s Talent Unlimited High School, majoring in theatre, and started her acting career while still in high school, making her screen debut with a Coca-Cola television commercial. Her modeling career also began around this time, her modeling stints including campaigns for Wendy’s and El Diario La Prensa, and appearances in the magazines such as “Teen People”, “Street” and “Baxic Magazine”. She was also a finalist in competing to represent Jennifer Lopez‘s fashion line Sweetface. Her net worth was founded.
Bermudez captured national attention in 2004, when she became the host of the Mun2 Channel music and lifestyle television show “The Roof”, interviewing some of the top Latin and mainstream entertainers. The following year she began hosting the BET’s hit music video countdown show “106 & Park “, along with Rap City: Tha Basement’s Big Tigger. As the first Latina to ever host a BET show, she remained on it until 2006, which shot her to fame and greatly contributed to her net worth. Not long after, she hosted another BET project, an after-school music video talk show called “The Center”.
Bermudez made her film debut in 2006, appearing in the drama “The Wannabe”, starring Patricia Arquette and David Zayas, playing Zayas’ Fantasy Girl. The same year she appeared as Cousin Mali in the sport/drama film “All You’ve Got”. The year 2008 saw her taking the role of Carmen in the dance film “Make It Happen”, then playing Maxine in the television series “Royal Pains” and Lola in the series “Z Rock” the same year. Shortly after, she appeared as a correspondent in the popular “America’s Best Dance Crew” show.
Bermudez reinforced her rising popularity by becoming a host of the highly popular MTV reality television series “Jersey Shore” in 2009, being mainly involved in the after-hours events and several related specials, and remaining on the show until 2011. Meanwhile, in 2010 she got her first major film role, playing Julie in the comedy drama “Harlem Hostel”. She also played the title role in the 2010 short film “Sara”; all added to her wealth.
In 2012, Bermudez, along with her best friend the singer Adrienne Bailon, starred in the reality television series called “Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrianne”, airing on Style Network, which portrayed the Latinas’ careers and their attempts to reach Hollywood stardom. It has additionally improved Bermudez’s status in the industry and her net worth as well.
When speaking about her personal life, Bermudez is known for dating several high profile personalities in the world of sports and entertainment, such as the NFL player Larry Johnson and the NBA players Charlie Villanueva and Quentin Richardson. She is currently in a relationship with the singer Maxwell.
Bermudez is involved in philanthropy, participating in a number of charitable events, such as MAC Cosmetic’s World Aids Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Walks, and has been involved in the support fund for children in South America called Esperanza y Caridad.
|Full Name||Julissa Bermudez|
|Date Of Birth||September 28, 1983|
|Place Of Birth||Dominican Republic|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession||Model, Actress, Dancer, Television Show Host|
|Education||Manhattan's Talent Unlimited High School|
|Movies||"The Wannabe" (2006), "All You've Got", "Make It Happen" (2008), "Harlem Hostel", "Sara" (2010)|
|TV Shows||"The Roof", "106 & Park", "Jersey Shore" (2009), “The Center”, "Royal Pains", "Z Rock", "America’s Best Dance Crew", "Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrianne" (2012)|
|1||I am incredibly grateful to learn that there are people who look to me as a role model. Growing up, I didn't see girls on TV who looked like me. Nowadays, I am proud to say that I'm representing other girls like myself.|
|1||Good Friends with Adrienne Bailon.|
|Rescue Me||2010||TV Series||Hot Bartender|
|Z Rock||2009||TV Series||Lola|
|Royal Pains||2009||TV Series||Maxine|
|Make It Happen||2008||Carmen|
|All You've Got||2006||Cousin Mali|
|The Wannabe||2006||Short||David's Fantasy Girl|
|The Talk||2017||TV Series||Herself|
|The Real||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest Co-Hostess|
|Big Morning Buzz Live||2012-2013||TV Series||Herself - Panelist / Herself|
|Stand Up and Deliver||2013||TV Series||Herself - Host|
|Hollywood's Sexiest Latinos||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|Empire Girls: Julissa & Adrienne||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|The X Factor Digital Experience||2011||TV Series||Herself|
|Jersey Shore||2010-2011||TV Series||Herself - Host / Herself - Hostess|
|Chit Chat||2010||TV Movie||Herself - Hostess|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2005-2007||TV Series||Herself - Hostess|
|BET Awards 2006||2006||TV Special||Herself|
|I Love Toys||2006||TV Series documentary||Herself (as Julissa)|
|Notarized: Year End Video Countdown||2005||TV Movie||Herself|
|Notarized: Year End Video Countdown||2004||TV Movie||Herself|
|The Roof||2003||TV Series||Herself - Hostress (2003)|
|The Center||2003||TV Series||Herself - Hostress (2007)|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2006||TV Series||Herself - Hostess|