Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth:
$8 Million

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth

Jeanne Tripplehorn – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of birth: June 10, 1963 (60 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: TV Actress
Nationality: American

Gained fame from her roles in Basic Instinct and appeared in the HBO series Big Love.

She was a member of a drama troupe at Juilliard alongside actress Laura Linney.

She was briefly engaged to actor Ben Stiller.


Jeanne Tripplehorn was born on June 10, 1963 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Tom, a former guitarist for Gary Lewis & the Playboys, and Suzanne. When she was two, her parents divorced. As a teen, Tripplehorn went to Edison High School, and subsequently spent a semester at the University of Tulsa. Following this, she appeared on the local television shows “Creature Feature” and “Night Shift,” and worked at the rock radio station KMOD. Tripplehorn went on to attend the Juilliard School, where she studied drama and earned her BFA.

Jeanne Tripplehorn Wealth
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Personal Life

She married actor Leland Orser in 2000 and the couple have a son together.

In 2011, she made a guest appearance on the the show New Girl, which starred Zooey Deschanel.


“Finally, after a lot of searching and digging, it was simply the love of family that gave me a road into the character. Once I got into that, and we delved into what it would be like to survive cancer and the ability to see how precious life is, it became easier to play her.”

— Jeanne Tripplehorn

“I’ve been playing tennis, and just whatever sport is in front of me I will do.”

— Jeanne Tripplehorn

“The three of us acting was truly one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. I really look forward to the days when all three of us shoot together, because the sparks really fly.”

— Jeanne Tripplehorn

“Well, I think a lot of people only hear about the extreme, fundamentalist kind of polygamists, because they’re always in the news being brought up on charges.”

— Jeanne Tripplehorn

“But on the other hand, I talked to a woman who was a working woman, and it was actually great for her, because she had her husband one week of the month and the other three weeks, while he was with his other wives, she got to pursue what she wanted to do.”

— Jeanne Tripplehorn