Jenilee Harrison

About Jenilee Harrison

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Day: June 12, 1958
Birth Place: orthridge, Los Angeles, California, United States, United States
Birth Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Actress, TV Infomercial pitchperson
Years active: 1978–present
Spouse(s): Dr. Bruce Oppenheim (1993-present)

Jenilee Harrison Net Worth

Jenilee Harrison was born on June 12, 1958 in orthridge, Los Angeles, California, United States, United States, is Actress. Jenilee Harrison is an American actress who shot to fame with her portrayal of Cindy Snow in the hit television series ‘Three’s Company’. Since an early age, Jenilee aspired to become a successful actress. She started modelling at a very young age, and walked the ramp for shows like Miss San Fernando Valley, Miss Los Angeles, Miss Hollywood and Miss Young America, winning the title in each of them. Blessed with killing looks and to-die-for body, she was a complete package. Having made her mark in ramp, she next became the face of numerous brands and advertisements. It was in between her fashion and advertisement modelling that Harrison got into an acting school and polished her acting skills. Her ultimate aim was realized when she bagged the role of Cindy Snow for the ABC’s hit sitcom ‘Three’s Company’. What followed was a series of guest roles and cameo appearances in super hit television series. She also clutched a lead role in the television show ‘Dallas’ and featured in a film and television miniseries. Currently, she serves as a spokesperson for several infomercials
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💰Jenilee Harrison Net worth: $700,000

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Before breaking into show Business, Harrison was a Cheerleader from 1978–1980 for the Los Angeles Rams.


In the early 1980s Harrison dated L.A. Rams guard Dennis Harrah and major league baseball player Reggie Jackson.


In 1984, Harrison played a reluctant prostitute in the movie Tank alongside James Garner and C. Thomas Howell.


In 1985, she appeared on Super Password with Dick Gautier, appearing again in 1986, this time with Marty Cohen, Michael Young and Bruce Baum, and Dallas star Ken Kercheval back in 1987 with Bert Convy. Also, in 1985, she made a brief appearance as a waitress in Loverboy's music video Lovin' Every Minute Of It.


In 1993, Harrison married Dr. Bruce Oppenheim, a prominent Los Angeles area chiropractor, who is the ex-husband of Actress Cybill Shepherd. She has two stepchildren from her husband's previous marriage to Shepherd: Molly Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim and Cyrus Zachariah Shepherd-Oppenheim.


Harrison also guest-starred on That '70s Show in 1999. In 1991, she starred in the movie Panga opposite Christopher Lee.


In 2005, Harrison began appearing in infomercials for the Ultimate Chopper with Chef Tony.