Caroline Rhea is a comedian and actress from Canada. She is popular for her role as Hilda Spellman on the ABC show, Sabrina the Teenage Witch. You may know her and you are curious about her net worth. So, let’s find out Caroline Rhea net worth here.
Caroline Rhea Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Caroline Rhea’s net worth is $4 million. As explained on the Cheat Sheet, in 2002, Rhea began her own talk show named The Caroline Rhea Show. Over the years, she has collected her wealth and most of her income comes from her job as an actress and comedian. She purchased a condo in 2002 and the price was almost $915,000. In 2021, she sold it for $1.85 million.
Caroline Rhea Early Life
Caroline Rhea was born with the complete name Caroline Gilchrist Rhea. She was born on April 13th, 1964 in Westmount, Quebec. Her mother’s name is Margery and her father’s name is David Rhea, an obstetrician and gynecologist. She has two sisters namely Cynthia and Celia. She was a student of The Study. It is an all-girls private school in Westmount, Quebec. Then, she became a student of Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia and the University of Arizona.
Caroline Rhea Career
Let’s find out the career journey of Caroline Rhea according to Wikipedia. It is said that she moved to New York in 1986. She did it to achieve a career as a comedian and actress. She started her performance at venues like Catch a Rising Star and The Comic Strip where she performed together with comedians such as Louis C.K., Chris Rock, Marc Maron, Dave Attell and Jim Gaffigan. MTV’s Half-Hour Comedy Hour, Comic Strip Live and Caroline’s Comedy Hour are her first filmed standup appearances.
She was given a one-hour special for HBO named One Night Stand. Then, she followed it with Rhea’s Anatomy which was her one-hour special for Bravo and also Give Me My Remote for Showtime.
Now, let’s look further at her film and television success. After she found her success in New York as a comedian, then she decided to move to Los Angeles. Her aim of doing this was for pursuing an acting career in Hollywood. Then, she debuted on NBC’s television series entitled Pride & Joy. There, she co-starred with Jeremy Piven. Then, she got her fame because of her role as Aunt Hilda on the ABC and later The WB network tv show entitled Sabrina the Teenage Witch and also for Hollywood Squares.
Not only that, she also is popular for her role as Linda Flynn-Fletcher on the long-running Disney show entitled Phineas and Ferb, for her talk show entitled The Caroline Rhea Show, as the host of The Biggest Loser on NBC and for playing Noleta Nethercott on the TV series entitled Sordid Lives: The Series for Logo and it has recently been rebooted as a feature entitled A Very Sordid Wedding and it premiered in March 2017 in Palm Springs.
In 2004, she made her appearance in Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire and Christmas with the Kranks. In 2005, she appeared in The Perfect Man where she played a co-worker of Jean. She also had a recurring role on the Disney Channel Original Series entitled The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. In that series, Ilsa Shickelgubermeiger-Von Helsing der Keppelugerhofer, an inspector turned manager of the rival hotel, was the role that she played.
In 2007, she played in the original Lifetime Television movie entitled To Be Fat Like Me opposite Kaley Cuoco and in the Fox animated series entitled Two Dreadful Children.
In 2008, she played in the MarVista Entertainment production of Fast Girl together with Justin Guarini and Mircea Monroe. In 2013, she became the host of a travelling live stage show version of the game show Family Feud. In the US and Canada including the Calgary Stampede, this show toured fairs. In 2017, she played a recurring role on ABC’s revival of Match Game. On Bravo’s Celebrity Poker Showdown and GSN’s World Series of Blackjack, she has competed. She also has done a live webcast with author Meg Cabot.
In 2018, she started to be the host of Caroline & Friends on GSN. In the series, it shows funny videos of animals and children. In 2019, she started her appearance as Judy, the grandmother, in the Disney Channel sitcom entitled Sydney to the Max. This sitcom premiered January 25th, 2019.
Caroline Rhea Charity Work
She has made appearances at Comic Relief and also Ms. Foundation’s Women of Comedy from Caroline’s Comedy Club. In 2001, she became a contestant on a special edition of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and she won $125,000 for her charity.
Carolina Rhea Filmograph
- In 1986, she played as beach girl #4 in the Meatballs III: Summer Job.
- In 996, she played as casting director in The Shot.
- In 1999, she played as Friday’s Melanie Chartoff in Man on the Moon.
- In 2000, she played as Eugenia King in the Ready to Rumble.
- In 2001, she played as Monica in Happy Birthday.
- In 2004, she played as Candi in Christmas with the Kranks.
- In 2005, she played as Gloria in The Perfect Man.
- In 2008, she played as Maddie in the Fast Girl.
- In 2009, she played as Bonnie in the Love N’ Dancing.
- In 2017, she played as Noleta Nethercott in the A Very Sordid Wedding.
Here are some of her appearances on television.
- In 1993, she appeared in Fools for Love as a host.
- In 1995, she appeared in Pride & Joy as a main role named Carol Green.
- In 1996 to 2003, she appeared in Sabrina the Teenage Witch as Hilda Spellman.
- In 1996, she appeared in The Drew Carey Show as Bonnie.
- In 1997, she appeared in Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist as Caroline.
- In 2000, she appeared in Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire as Lynette Hansen.
- In 2001, she appeared in The Santa Claus Brothers as Mrs. Claus.
- In 2013, she appeared in the Baby Daddy as Jennifer Perrin.
- In 2014, she appeared in Manhattan Love Story as Coach Reisner.
- and many more.
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