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Fran Drescher Net Worth $12 Million
American movie and television performer, comedian, screenwriter, director, producer, talk show host and singer,Fran Drescher has an estimated net worth $12 million. With very long, shapely legs, a svelte, curvaceous body to die for, and thick black hair cascading around her wonderful face, Fran Drescher has all the appearances of a classy movie star. Outside comes a crow-like cacophony of nasal sounds made more grating by a thick Queens accent and also a propensity to pull no punches.
The paradox between the novel and its particular cover is what has made Drescher a rich and popular comedienne; her long-running sitcom The Nanny, using its blend of romantic and slapstick comedy, led many to hail her as Lucille Ball’s successor. Though she capitalizes on playing a somewhat ditzy working class gal from Flushing, Drescher is famous for her ingenuity and shrewdness. In addition to playing, Drescher is a gifted writer and producer.
Much of Drescher’s comedy, especially that from her sitcom, is drawn from her life experiences. Like her character, Fran Fine, she was born and raised in Queens. She has had a lifelong interest in acting and studied drama in high school. Her character attended a year at Queens College and then attended cosmetology school to become a hairdresser. To get a time, her character had her own company. Her character made her movie debut playing Connie in Saturday Night Fever (1977). In addition to her movie roles, she was also busy on television, guest starring in series and appearing in television films like Terror in the Towers. She played starring roles in three short-lived series, including Princesses. She and her husband Peter Marc Jacobson created The Nanny plus it aired on CBS from 1993 to 1999. She not only starred in the show, but also composed and produced it; Drescher received Emmy nominations for her work with the show. In 1996, she co-starred with Robin Williams in the Disney comedy Jack, while in 1997, she and Jacobson co-created the notion for the romantic comedy The Beautician and the Beast, by which she also starred. Drescher released her autobiography, Enter Whining, in 1996.