Charlene Tilton’s Net Worth and Story

Charlene Tilton Net Worth

What is Charlene Tilton’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $2 million.

Charlene Tilton – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 million
Date of birth: December 1, 1958 (65 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 150
Profession: Actor, Singer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Charlene was born December 1, 1958 in San Diego, California. She had two husbands, country singer Johnny Lee from 1982 til 1984 and Domenick Allen from 1985 til 1992. Both marriages ended with divorce. Her by far most famous role was Lucy Ewing Cooper on TV series Dallas. She also played in many movies, such as Big Wednesday, Totally Blonde, and #1 Cheerleader Camp.


On her first acting job, Charlene Tilton was still a teenager where she featured in season four “Happy Days” Episode. In 1976 she starred alongside Jodie Foster’s Barbara Harris in the cinematic rendition “Freaky Friday.” She also appeared in two films, “Sweater Girls” and “Big Wednesday” in 1978.

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Personal Life

Charlene met her first husband, who was a country singer Johnny Lee, on 14th February 1982. They divorced two years later on 28th June 1984. They had one daughter named Cherish Lee. She has followed her mother’s footsteps of becoming an actress.


“Cherish believes that God made her with a special purpose. Like any teenage girl, she has her insecurities, but for the most part she has a real healthy self-esteem.”

— Charlene Tilton

“I get her to school, we do homework at night, and at this age, their social calendars are really quite hectic. She’s not driving yet, so I end up chauffeuring her around.”

— Charlene Tilton

“I don’t have muscle tone. I’m just flab. I’m not a daredevil. I don’t like pain, I don’t like cold, I don’t want to feel exhausted. But the sense of accomplishment is something I’ve never felt before, in a physical sense.”

— Charlene Tilton

“JR was a 1-dimensional, evil character. JR was multi-dimensional, and Larry Hagman is probably one of the greatest actors that we have. Then, you go back and look at ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ – I mean, he’s a comic genius, as well. So, I think they should give him an honorary Emmy Award.”

— Charlene Tilton

“Larry Hagman is one of the nicest people on the planet. He is so wonderful, so loving, so giving.”

— Charlene Tilton