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How Angie Harmon Achieved a Net Worth of $30 Million

Angie Harmon

Angie Harmon is an actress and model who began her career in 1995. She is best known for her roles as Detective Jane Rizzoli in the series 'Rizzoli & Isles,' Ronica Miles in 'Agent Cody Banks,' and A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael in 'Law & Order.' As her career spans four decades and she remains a successful actress, Angie Harmon's net worth is now $30 million. Here is how the actress and model accrued her wealth.

Her Early Life and Modeling Career

Angie Harmon was born in Texas on August 10, 1972. She began modeling as a child while still at elementary school. While she was a student at Highland Park High School, Harmon won a Seventeen modeling contest. She then won a Spectrum Model Search shortly after leaving high school It led to her pursuing a career in modeling, and by the early 1990s, she was both well known and successful. As a runway model, she worked for fashion houses such as Donna Karan, Giorgio Armani, and Calvin Klein. She also appeared on the covers of several publications, including Esquire, Cosmopolitan, and ELLE. Harmon is signed with New York City model agency IMG Models.

Her Career in Film and Television

Harmon had not considered a career as an actress until she was discovered by actor David Hasselhoff when they were traveling on a plane together. Due to that meeting, she was cast in a leading role in 'Baywatch Nights,' a police series co-created by Hasselhoff. She played the role of Ryan McBride until 1997 and appeared as the same character in a 1996 episode of 'Baywatch.' In the same year as landing the 'Baywatch Nights' role, Angie Harmon appeared in an episode of 'Renegade.' Two years later, Harmon landed her second significant role in a television series and made her film debut. She played Pam in the 1997 film 'Lawn Dogs' and Amanda Reardon in 12 episodes of 'C-16: FBI.' In 1998, Harmon began playing A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael in 'Law & Order.' She played this role until 2001, appearing in 72 episodes. For her performance in this series, Harmon was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for four consecutive years. She also played the same character in six episodes of 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.' Harmon provided Commissioner Barbara Gordon's voice for both the 2000 film 'Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker' and the television series 'Batman Beyond.' The following year, she appeared in the film 'Good Advice' in the role of Page Hensen. She was also in the television movie 'Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story,' then played Ronica Miles in 'Agent Cody Banks the year later.

Harmon then took a two-year break in her acting career before returning in the 2005 films' The Deal' and 'Fun with Dick and Jane.' She also played Dr. Nora Campbell in ten episodes of 'Inconceivable' in the same year. From that point in her career, Harmon only appeared in two more films, which were the 2006 film 'Glass House: The Good Mother' and 'Seraphim Falls' in 2007. Although she quit film projects, Angie Harmon has continued to have a busy career in television. She played Inspector Lindsay Boxer in 13 episodes of 'Women's Murder Club' between 2007 and 2008, then Lilly Tartikoff in the television movie 'Living Proof.' Harmon's next major television role was playing Jane Rizzoli in the series 'Rizzoli & Isles' from 2010 to 2016. She also directed the 100th episode of the series. Her co-star in this series was Sasha Alexander. The crime-drama series was about a police detective and a chief medical examiner working together on cases in Boston, Massachusetts. The actress won several awards for her performance in this series. These included a People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable Television Actress and the Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Female Actor in a Drama Series.

Angie Harmon's most recent television role was providing the voice for Lady Trigel in three episodes of 'Voltron: Legendary Defender' between 2017 and 2018. Although she has not appeared on television or in film since 2018, Harmon is still active as an actress. Despite most of Angie Harmon's work receiving praise, she has also been involved in some failed projects. One example is her appearance in the 2006 ABC pilot 'Secrets of a Small Town.' Unfortunately, it was not well received and did not go to series as planned.

Other Projects

In addition to her television and film work, Angie Harmon has been involved in some other projects. Harman posed nude in the May 2008 issue of Allure magazine. Other actresses who posed nude in the same issue were Ana Oritz, Jill Scot, Zoe McLellan, and Gabrielle Union. Harmon hosted a 2010 infomercial for a stress-management program called 'UpLiv.' In the same year, she appeared in another infomercial for an Olay cream. Another project involved her appearing in the music video for Craig Morgan's 2012 single 'This Ole Boy.'

Angie Harmon's Net Worth

The actress is now a wealthy woman and Celebrity Net Worth says that Angie Harmon's net worth is $30 million. Initially, Harmon began making money as a model. However, she now predominantly earns money through her acting work in both television and film. Although she is not currently appearing in film or television, she still considers herself to have an active acting career, so she could potentially earn more money in the future.

Harmon's Personal Life

Although they are now divorced, Angie Harmon was previously married to former NFL player Jason Sehorn. They got engages in 2000, married a year later, and have three daughters together. Finley was born in 2003, followed by Avery two years later, then Emery in 2008. The couple divorced in 2016 after 15 years of marriage. Angie Harmon is now engaged to actor Greg Vaughan, who is best known for his role in 'Days of Our Lives.'

Allen Lee

Written by Allen Lee

Allen Lee is a Toronto-based freelance writer who studied business in school but has since turned to other pursuits. He spends more time than is perhaps wise with his eyes fixed on a screen either reading history books, keeping up with international news, or playing the latest releases on the Steam platform, which serve as the subject matter for much of his writing output. Currently, Lee is practicing the smidgen of Chinese that he picked up while visiting the Chinese mainland in hopes of someday being able to read certain historical texts in their original language.

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