Joan Severance Net Worth

Joan Severance Net Worth – An Overview of Joan Severance

Joan Severance, an American actress and former fashion model with an estimated net worth of $6 Million, amasses her fortune through successful acting and modeling careers. Her beauty and charisma helped earn her immense fame within the entertainment industry; earning awards and nominations along the way. Not merely an entertainer herself, Joan has also taken an active role in charitable initiatives; supporting organizations such as I am Waters Foundation through giving part of profits from her interactive phraseology game sales to this organization as a part of her contribution; also known for supporting those living with vitiligo; an incurable condition that causes white or discolored patches of skin to form on parts of one’s body.

Joan Severance was born to Martha and John Severance of Houston. Due to John’s work at IBM, her early years were quite dispersed with a lot of traveling for schooling purposes. Joan attended Westbury High School before taking an interest in modeling to earn money for college costs; shortly thereafter signing with Elite modeling agency after graduation and being sent on her first assignment in Paris for their Elite modelling agency contract. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Joan began her career by appearing on magazine covers like Sportswear International and Vogue Paris, before making commercial appearances for Chanel and Versace as well as endorsements such as Windsong perfume, Breck shampoo and L’oreal/Clairol products. Following an accomplished editorial career she attempted acting and made her film debut with Lethal Weapon in 1987 – typically taking on femme fatale roles in horror/murder mystery flicks – though also having roles on television shows including Wiseguy, Taylor & Last Sunset.

She has appeared in several music videos, such as Scorpions’ video for their song Rhythm of Love. Additionally, she has modeled designer clothing, perfumes, and beauty products; additionally she runs her own lingerie/swimwear brand called Phoenix.

She is currently married to Cinematographer Rom Gemar; they do not share any children. Previously, she was married for seven years to fellow model Eric Milan from 1977 until 1984 when they met while working modeling assignments in Paris; later they parted ways amicably due to each pursuing different career paths.

Joan has many interests outside writing, such as entrepreneurship and animal welfare. As a vegan who strongly supports animal rights, Joan also supports I am Waters Foundation which works to help those without access to clean drinking water and is also an ardent supporter of Vitiligo charity organizations, giving a portion of profits from her interactive phraseology game back.

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