Rebecca Gayheart Net Worth – What is Rebecca Gayheart Worth Now?

Rebecca Gayheart Wealth

What is Rebecca Gayheart’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $5 million.

Rebecca Gayheart – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 million
Date of birth: August 12, 1971 (52 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 170
Profession: Actor, Model
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

The American fashion model and actress, Rebecca Gayheart was born on August 12, 1971 to Floneva and Curtis Gayheart. Her professional career began through a short film Whatever Happened to Mason Reese? But it was her work for Noxzema as model and spokesperson during early 1990s which garnered her major notoriety for the first time. Her work in the television commercials for the Noxzema earned her the famous moniker “The Noxzema Girl”. Following this success, Rebecca earned her first major role in a television series during 1992 when she appeared in soap opera, Loving. After that she has gone on to land roles in a large number of more television series out of which some most notable ones are Wasteland, Vanished, Dead Like Me, Earth 2 and Nip/Tuck. Apart from her work over the TV, Gayheart has also starred in several movies too including Scream 2, Nothing to Lose, Jawbreaker, Urban Legend, Santa’s Slay and G.B.F. As for her personal life, Rebecca Gayheart remained in a relationship with director Brett Ratner for a brief time period before marrying actor Eric Dane during 2004.


In 1990, Gayheart appeared in a New York University short film, “Whatever Happened to Mason Reese?,” directed by Brett Ratner. Two years later, she landed the role of Hannah Mayberry on “Loving,” appearing in more than 140 episodes of the series. In 1994, Rebecca appeared in the TV movies “Vanishing Son,” “Vanishing Son III,” and “Vanishing Son IV” and began starring as Bess Martin on the NBC science-fiction series “Earth 2,” which ran for 21 episodes. She had a recurring role as Antonia “Toni” Marchette on Fox’s “Beverly Hills, 90210” in 1995, and the following year, she made her feature film debut in the drama “Somebody Is Waiting.” In 1997, Gayheart co-starred with Martin Lawrence and Tim Robbins in “Nothing to Lose” and played Sorority Sister Lois in the hit slasher film “Scream 2,” which grossed $172.4 million at the box office. She starred as Brenda Bates in the 1998 horror movie “Urban Legend” and Julie Freeman in 1999’s “Jawbreaker,” and she played Samantha “Sam” Price on the 1999 ABC series “Wasteland,” which was created by “Scream” screenwriter Kevin Williamson. In 2000, Rebecca starred in the films “From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman’s Daughter” and “Shadow Hours” and had a cameo in “Urban Legends: Final Cut,” then she co-starred with fellow “Scream 2” sorority sister Sarah Michelle Gellar in 2001’s “Harvard Man.”

Personal Life

At age 15, Rebecca met Brett Ratner, who would later direct films such as “Rush Hour” and “X-Men: The Last Stand,” and they were in a relationship for 13 years. They became engaged in 1997, but they split up in 1999. Gayheart married future “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric Dane on October 29, 2004, 10 months after meeting him, and they welcomed daughters Billie (born March 3, 2010) and Georgia (born December 28, 2011) before Rebecca filed for divorce in early 2018. In 2009, the couple sued Gawker Media for copyright infringement after a nude video featuring Gayheart, Dane, and former Miss Teen USA contestant Kari Ann Peniche was posted on Nearly a year later, Gawker agreed to remove the video.


“My beauty routine is basically plenty of sleep and lots of water.”

— Rebecca Gayheart

“To look long and lean, wear a wide-leg trouser with high heels.”

— Rebecca Gayheart

“When I get a brand new bag, I wear it for months and months.”

— Rebecca Gayheart

“I love being married more than anyone. It’s what I always wanted. I found the person who’s perfect for me, and we have a great time and a great partnership.”

— Rebecca Gayheart

“I definitely got my philanthropic genes from my mom and dad. They taught me from a very early age to always lend a helping hand to anyone in need, and I hope to raise my daughter to be a very kind and charitable person.”

— Rebecca Gayheart