Loni Anderson Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Loni Anderson Net Worth

Loni Anderson has an estimated net worth of $12 million. Loni Anderson is a TV actress notable for her sexy role as Jennifer Marlowe on the series WKRP in Cincinnati. She earns most of her income from her roles in movies and television series. 

Loni Anderson is an American actress whose big break came in 1978, when she landed a role on the Cincinnati sitcom WKRP and became an instant sex symbol. Her performance in the 1983 stock-car racing comedy Stroker Ace altered her life once more. She met and fell in love with co-star Burt Reynolds, who was a star at the time, while on set, and her marriage to Reynolds catapulted the couple into the spotlight as a Hollywood power couple.

To calculate the net worth of Loni Anderson, subtract all her liabilities from her total assets. Investments, savings, cash deposits, and any equity she has in a house, car, or other similar asset are included in the total assets. All debts, such as personal loans and mortgages, are included in total liabilities.

Here’s the breakdown of her net worth:

Name: Loni Anderson
Net Worth: $12 Million
Monthly Salary: $100 Thousand
Annual Income: $2 Million
Source of Wealth: Actor, Voice Actor

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Early Life

Loni Kaye Anderson was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, on August 5, 1946, to Carl Anderson and Maxine Kallin. Anderson distinguished herself as a brunette beauty from a young age. Anderson was named Valentine Queen of her high school’s winter formal as a senior.

Anderson enrolled at the University of Minnesota to study art in 1963. She paid her way through school by winning beauty pageants, specifically the Miss Roseville pageant, which allowed her to represent her hometown at the Miss Minnesota pageant. She came in second place for the crown, but she won several other titles during this time, including Miss Thermo-Jac Clothing, Miss County Style Ford, and Queen of the Hole-In-One.

Anderson married fellow Minnesotan Bruce Hasselbeck in 1964, when she was 18 years old. Anderson and Hasselbeck welcomed their daughter Deidra shortly after their wedding. The romance, however, was short-lived, and Anderson and Hasselbeck divorced in 1966. Anderson was going through a difficult time because she needed to work as a teacher to support herself and her new baby while finishing her college education.

Transition to Acting

Anderson also became interested in acting and began appearing in local commercials and plays. Still dark-haired, she appeared in several productions in the early 1970s, such as Born Yesterday, Send Me No Flowers, Can-Can, The Star-Spangled Girl and Fiddler on the Roof.

In 1973, Anderson remarried another aspiring actor, Ross Bickell. The ambitious couple decided to move from Minnesota to Los Angeles in 1975 for more films and TV. Anderson dyed her trademark curls blonde during this time and landed smaller roles in shows such as Barnaby Jones (1973), The Bob Newhart Show (1972) and Three’s Company (1977).

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Hollywood Starlet

Anderson’s big break in show business came in 1978, when she landed a role on the popular Cincinnati sitcom WKRP. Howard Hesseman, who played Dr. Johnny Fever, and Anderson, who played sultry radio station receptionist Jennifer Marlowe, became the show’s breakout stars. Anderson quickly became a sex symbol, and a pinup photo of the actress in a bikini was one of the best-selling posters of the 1970s. But, far from being a dumb blonde, Anderson insisted on playing her character as a bright, sensitive woman before agreeing to take the role. Her vision paid off, as the actress was nominated for two Emmys and three Golden Globes for her performance.

Anderson’s personal life was in shambles, despite her professional success. Her instant celebrity led to the dissolution of her second marriage, and Bickell and Anderson divorced by 1981.

Anderson used the momentum of her career to continue appearing in films and television after the series was canceled in 1982. Anderson founded her own production company and starred in a number of made-for-TV movies after starring opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Jayne Mansfield biopic The Jayne Mansfield Story in 1980. Her performance in the 1983 stock car racing comedy Stroker Ace, however, changed the course of her life. She met and fell in love with co-star Burt Reynolds, who was a blockbuster star at the time, while on set. Anderson’s performance in the film was widely panned, but her subsequent marriage to Reynolds in 1988 elevated the couple to the status of Hollywood power couple.

Personal Life and Son

Anderson’s much-publicised marriage to Reynolds began blissfully enough. The couple adopted a son together, Quinton, but then the relationship quickly dissolved in a messy divorce. Anderson and Reynolds’ high-profile battle for custody of their shared son and allegations of a painful and drug-abusive marriage made headlines until the couple officially divorced in 1994. Shortly after their separation, Anderson began appearing on television again, such as in the final season of the NBC sitcom Nurses (1993-1994).

In recent years, Anderson has made guest appearances in television sitcoms such as Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and V.I.P. In 1997 she published her autobiography My Life in High Heels. She also caused a stir with her role as Tori Spelling’s materialistic mother in So noTORIous (2006), which met with disapproval from Spelling’s birth mother.

On May 17, 2008, Anderson married for the fourth time, this time to her longtime boyfriend Bob Flick. Flick was one of the founding members of the folk band The Brothers Four. The couple lives together in Hollywood, California.

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Loni Anderson Quotes

You’re always better off if you quit smoking; it’s never too late.

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My mom started smoking when she was 11. She went to the hill next door to try her first cigarette. She set the entire hill on fire, but it didn’t deter her.

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Impotence is one of the major hazards of cigarette smoking.

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As a brunette, I had previously been this serious actress. Then I became a blonde and got to play a completely different, comic role.

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Smoking is related to practically every terrible thing that can happen to you.

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Three cigarettes in, your body already craves it. It is that addictive.

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My grandmother was a teacher, my sister was a teacher, my daughter was a teacher and is now a superintendent in northern California, and my son-in-law is a high school principal. I am surrounded.

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My sister and I are both diagnosed with second-hand smoke syndromes. We have never smoked, but we grew up with second-hand smoke our entire lives.

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I am the odd man out in the family.

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