About Amy Yasbeck
Amy Yasbeck is a well known American actress who was popularly known for her roles on the sitcom “Wings” and “Splash, Too.” She has been seen working actively since the year 1985.
|Full Name||Amy Marie Yasbeck|
|Date of Birth||12 September 1962|
|Parents||John Yasbeck, and Dorothy Murphy|
|Net Worth||$16 million|
Personal Life and Relationship
Amy Yasbeck, whose real name is Amy Marie Yasbeck, was born on 12 September 1962 as a father, John Yasbeck, and mother, Dorothy Murphy. Her father used to work as a butcher and grocery store owner, where her mother is a homemaker.
Yasbeck became a widow after his husband John Ritter died, who is also known as an actor. She gave birth to their child in 1998, which was before their marriage, and later, they married on September 18, 1999. After that, Ritter fell into a coma on September 11, 2003, while he was rehearsing for an American sitcom television series “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter”. Later, it was stated that he was suffering from a heart attack at night time, which was around 10:48 pm.
Nationality and Physical Stats
Amy Yasbeck holds an American nationality and belongs to the ethnicity of Lebanese and Iris. She is 58 years old with a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m) and 54 kg. She had got the body measurements of 35-25-36 inches and had red hair with hazel eyes. As she was born on 12 September, her zodiac sign is Virgo.
In early life, Amy Yasbeck had attended Summit Country Day School for her education, and she had also studied at Ursuline Academy. Later, her father died because of a heart attack, and her mother died because of emphysema. After the heartbreaking death of her father and mother, she moved to New York City.
In the year 2000, she was seen on the show “I’ve Got a Secret” and became the regular panel member.
Amy Yasbeck started her career in 1985 after being cast as Sonia Petrova in an unsoled pilot “Rockhopper.” After that, she appeared as Olivia Reed in an American daytime soap opera “Days of Our Lives” from 1986 to 1987. In 1987, she was also seen playing the role of Mary Elizabeth in 2 episodes of an American prime time television soap opera “Dallas.” In the same year, she was cast in several roles in the series like “Spies,” “Werewolf,” and “J.J. Starbuck.”
From the year of 1987 to 1988, Amy Yasbeck was cast as Diana in an American crime drama television series “Magnum, P.I..” after that, she was seen appearing in an American dramatic television series “China Beach” and also seen as Madison Bauer in an American made-for-television movie sequel “Splash, Too” from which she had got the attention from many people, and her performance received positive reviews. After that, she was cast as Nan Thompson in an American made-for-television mystery-crime movie “Trenchcoat in Paradise” in 1989. In that year, she was also seen in the movies “Murphy Brown,” “Little White Lies,” and “Generations.”
In 1990, she was cast as Mary Lou Harper is an American drama television series, “Midnight Caller,” and cast in an unsold television pilot “Poochinski.” Likewise, she was seen in an American mystery legal drama television series “Matlock” and then seen playing the role of Connie Canzinaro in an American crime drama television series “Murder, She Wrote.” After that, she was seen appearing as Elaine in the television movie “Dillinger” in 1991 and also seen as Alicia Evans in an episode “Total Control” of an American television sitcom “The Cosby Show.”
Further, Amy Yasbeckwas was seen playing Evelyn’s role in a television sitcom “Get a Life” in 1992. In the same year, she appeared as Tiffany in an American sitcom television series, “Designing Women.” She was seen as Frankie Washarskie in an American science-fiction television series “Quantum Leap.” After that, she was seen in an American action crime drama series “Street Justice” in 1993.
Likewise, she was seen in the movies including “Diagnosis: Murder,” “Dave’s World,” “Platypus Man,” “Bloodhounds II,” “Alright Already,” “Dead Husband,” “It’s Like You know…”, “House Blend” and Shoot Me!”. from the year 1994 to 1997; she was seen playing the role of Casey Chapel Davenport in an American sitcom television series “Wings” for which she had earned more fame success in her life.
Also, she was seen in the movies like “Life on a Stick,” “That’s So Raven,” “Hot in Cleveland,” “Bones,” “Modern Family,” “Workaholics,” and Pretty Little Liars.” Besides that, she was seen providing her voice over Danielle in an animated anthology series “Shorty McShorts’ Shorts” in 2007.
Amy Yasbeck started her career in the year 1987 after she had been cast as Lana in an American comedy horror movie “House II: The Second Story.” In 1990, she was cast as Elizabeth Stuckey in an American romantic comedy movie, “Pretty Woman,” and seen in an American black comedy movie, “Problem Child,” in the same year. Further, she was cast as Annie Young in an American black comedy movie “Problem Child 2” in 1991, a sequel to the movie “Problem Child.”
Further, she was seen appearing as Diane Nutt in the movie “The Nutt House,” directed by Adam Rifkin. Later, she was seen playing the role of Maid Marian in an American musical adventure comedy movie “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” in 1993. She was seen in an American neo-noir superhero comedy movie “The Mask” in 1994. In 1995, she played in two films, “Home for the Holidays” and “Dracula: Dead and Loving It.” Likewise, in 1998, she appeared as Claudia in an American drama movie, “Denial,” directed by Adam Rifkin. In the same year, she was also seen in an American buddy comedy movie, “The Odd Couple II.”
The estimated net worth of Amy Yasbeck is $16 million.