Shari Belafonte

One of Hollywood’s most well-known actors Shari Belafonte is a former Playboy model, actor, writer, and singer from the United States. The stunning actress is most known for her role as Julie Gillette in the ABC prime-time drama Hotel. She is also well-known as the daughter of legendary singer Harry Belafonte.

How Much Money Is Shari Belafonte Worth?

Shari Belafonte as of 2019, actress Belafonte has a net worth of $5 million, according to Celebrity net worth. She made a lot of money through a variety of jobs, including acting, modeling, writing, and singing. According to reports, an American model earns $41,000 per year and an actress/actor gets $55,000 per year in the United States. Similarly, a professional vocalist earns between $45,000 and $65,000 per year. As a result, Belafonte is likely to earn in the same ballpark.

Moreover, some of her films have done well at the box office. If You Could See What I Hear grossed $8,693,512 at the box office against a budget of $5,600,000. The actress also placed her catapults castle for sale in October 2013 for $1.26 million. The typical 1956 home is 3,465 square feet in size and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. describes it as a cliff-top “feudal stronghold.”

Shari Belafonte and husband Sam Behrens are happily married

Actress Belafonte, 65, was married to American actor Robert Harper. On May 21, 1977, the couple exchanged wedding vows. Unfortunately, they divorced in 1998 after 11 years of marriage. Shari and Harper have not stated the cause for their divorce. In addition, the couple did not have a kid.

CAPTION The American actress, writer, singer Shari Belafonte with her husband Sam Behrens(

Belafonte married Sam Behrens on December 30, 1989, following her divorce from Harpe. Behrens is also a television actor, well known for his roles in the ABC daytime dramas General Hospital and Sunset Beach. Belafonte is happily married to her current spouse, Sam Behrens. There are also no rumors about the couple’s separation or other issues.

Films and television shows

Shari began her modeling career by appearing on the covers of various fashion publications. She also posed for Calvin Klein jeans, a prominent fashion brand.

She made her film debut as Heather Johnson in the 1982 film If You Could See What I Hear. The next year, she was cast as the lead in the ABC prime-time drama series Hotel, alongside Anne Baxter, James Brolin, and Nathan Cook.

CAPTION Shari Belafonte in her famous series Hotel(SOURCE:

In the 1985 comedic horror film The Midnight Hour, she played Melissa Cavender alongside Kurtwood Smith, LeVar Burton, and Dick Van Patten. She has also appeared in television shows and films such as Family Feud, The Love Boat, and Matt Houston.

She won the Best Actress Award at the LA Live Film Festival in 2018 for her work as Hazel Montgomery in Plastic Daydream. Shari is not only a talented actor, but she is also a singer who worked with Metronome Records and released two albums named The Eyes of Night and Shari in 1987 and 1989.

Shari was born in New York and is of American descent

She was born Shari Lynn Belafonte in New York, USA, on September 22, 1954. Shari is of white ethnicity and is of American nationality. Harry Belafonte, her father, is also an actor, singer, songwriter, and activist. Her mother, Marguerite Belafonte, is a former psychologist. Adrienne Belafonte Biesemeyer, David Belafonte, and Gina Belafonte were her three siblings.

In terms of schooling, she graduated from Windsor Mountain School. She later earned a bachelor of arts in acting from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh.

Facts of Shari Belafonte

 Date of Birth: 1954 , September-22
 Age: 66 years old
 Birth Nation: United States of America
 Height: 5 feet 5 inch
Name Shari Belafonte
Birth Name Shari Lynn Belafonte
Father Harry Belafonte
Mother Marguerite Belafonte
Nationality American
Birth Place/City New York City, U.S.
Ethnicity White
Profession Actress, Writer, Singer
Net Worth $5 million
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Brown
Married Yes
Married to Sam Behrens (1989)
Divorce Robert Harper (1977–88)
Movies If You Could See What I Hear, Speed Zone
TV Show ABC Weekend Specials, Hotel
Siblings 3