How Rich is Sela Ward?

Sela Ward Wealth

What is Sela Ward’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $100 million.

Sela Ward – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $100 million
Date of birth: July 11, 1956 (67 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 171
Profession: Actor, Author, Film Producer, Spokesperson
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Sela was born July 11, 1956 in Meridian, Mississippi. Young Ward worked for Wilhelmina agency as a model. Later, she moved to California on order to become successful actress. And this dream became truth. Famous movies with Sela Ward include The Man Who Loved Women, The Fugitive, and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. She also played in several TV shows, such as Sisters, Once and Again, House, and CSI: NY. Sela is married to Howard Sherman since 1992 and they have two kids.


After graduating from university in 1977, Sela set her sights on a career as a storyboard artist in New York City. However, money was tight, and she soon found herself turning to modeling in order to pay her bills. This then led to further opportunities, with Ward being recruited by a notable agency and appearing in a number of television commercials during this period. One of her first major commercials was with the cosmetic brand Maybelline.

Sela Ward Wealth
The actor is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?


“You do become very close like a family but because you see each other for such an intense period of time on the set everyday. You really don’t end up socializing that much.”

— Sela Ward

“For me, Los Angeles, New York, where I don’t know my neighbors, where people don’t necessarily care if they know their neighbors, I’m missing things that truly fed my soul when I was younger, the exchanges between people, the caring and the shared history with people.”

— Sela Ward

“I haven’t heard anything about a reunion show for Sisters. But if the script was good I would do it.”

— Sela Ward

“It’s about, I did talk about my life in broad strokes and what home meant to me in order to really explore the subject of home and can you go back and what that means for people in that sense of community that we’ve lost.”

— Sela Ward

“I would consider a half hour sitcom if the script was good.”

— Sela Ward