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Sharon Sachs Wiki/Biography
Sharon Sachs was born in the USA, and is an actress and costume designer, but perhaps best known for her appearances in “Home Alone 3”, “The Chronicle” and “Dexter”. Sachs is the winner of Joseph Jefferson Award for the Costume Design. More, she was nominated for the same award in the category of the Best Supporting Actress. Sharon has been active in the entertainment industry since 1997.
How much is the net worth of Sharon Sachs? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $700,000, as of the data given at the start of 2018. Film, television and stage are the main sources of Sachs’ modest fortune.
Sharon Sachs Net Worth $700,000
To begin with, there is no information about Sharon childhood or early education. However, she is known to have earned a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Northern Illinois based in DeKalb.
Concerning her professional career, she is known to have appeared as the Annoying Woman in the comedy film “Home Alone 3” (1997) directed by Raja Gosnell. However, the film was not as successful as expected and was even nominated for a Razzie Award in the category of the Worst Remake or Sequel, but nevertheless added to Sharon’s net worth.
The actress was then cast as a main in the comedy sci-fi series “The Chronicle” (2001 – 2002), in which she landed the role of Vera. In 2006, Sharon appeared in the crime drama series “Dexter” created by James Manos Jr., and among others, Sachs has guest starred in “One on One”, “Kate Brasher”, “My Name is Earl” among several others. Furthermore, the actress is known for her stage performances, in the plays including “A Christmas Carol”, “Slaughterhouse Five” and
“Romeo and Juliet”. Moreover, she portrayed Mother in the play “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman”, Jan in “Grease”, as well as Maggie in “42nd Street”. The actress has also been seen in other plays, including “The School for Scandal”, “Nunsense” and others. In 2014, Sachs was nominated for the Joseph Jefferson Equity Award in the category of the Best Supporting Actress for her work in a musical “Les Miserables”, potentially adding to her net worth.
It should also be noted that Sharon Sachs is a professional costume designer. In 1993, she became the winner of Joseph Jefferson Award Citation for Costume Design for her work in the play “The Conquest of the South Pole”, which was performed at the Famous Door Theatre located in Chicago, Illinois.
To conclude, all the above described engagements have increased the outright size of Sharon Sachs net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress and costume designer, she is probably still single, however, she does not reveal much information about her private life.
|Place Of Birth||America|
|Education||University of Northern Illinois|
|TV Shows||Grimm, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer|
|1||She was nominated for a 2014 Joseph Jefferson Equity Award for Supporting Actress in a Musical for "Les Miserables" at the Drury Lane Productions in Chicago, Illinois.|
|2||She was awarded the 1993 Joseph Jefferson Award Citation for Costume Design for "The Conquest of the South Pole" at the Famous Door Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.|
|3||Sharon is also a award winning costume designer and professional dresser, wardrobe union Local 769.|
|Episodes||2014||TV Series||Berta Nissick|
|Grimm||2011-2013||TV Series||Dr. Harper|
|2 Broke Girls||2012||TV Series||Choking Woman|
|Kickin' It||2012||TV Series||Gertrude King / Aunt Gerty|
|Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer||2011||Rose|
|Just Off Rodeo||2011||Video short||La Tourista|
|My Name Is Earl||2007-2008||TV Series||Natalie|
|Weeds||2007||TV Series||Eve Meriweather|
|Insatiable||2007||TV Series||Sister Mary Harold|
|One on One||2003||TV Series||Dr. Ellis|
|Boomtown||2002||TV Series||Mary Claire Rogers|
|The Chronicle||2001-2002||TV Series||Vera|
|Kate Brasher||2001||TV Series||Lucille Williams|
|Home Alone 3||1997||Annoying Woman|
|Hester Street||1975||script clerk|
|Pound||1970||special assistant to director|
|Putney Swope||1969||script supervisor|
|A Safe Place||1971||first assistant director|
|Greaser's Palace||1972||wardrobe supervisor|
|Grimm: Grimm Makeup & VFX||2011||Video||Herself|