Complete Breakdown of Lennon Parham's Net Worth
Grab all the details on the net worth of the actress and comedian Lennon Parham.
The USA Network's 'Playing House' may not be in your list of series to watch during the self-isolation period, but you might want to reconsider your choices. The show, starring Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham, is listed by Primetimer as one of the ten best shows on parenting, a perfect selection if you need some insight into how parenthood changes the course of lives of the people responsible for raising kids. She's perhaps using her own experience as a mother.
Lennon's previous work with Jessica, 'Best Friends Forever,' is also worth watching, but the series does not have more than four episodes to its name, so you will quickly finish it. Besides, there is 'Accidentally on Purpose,' on which the actress featured in its 18 episodes as 'Abby Chase' from 2009 to 2010. Lennon's involvement in several series and movies has earned her immense fame and alongside lucrative amounts of cash. Let's dive deeper into the wealth of the 41-year-old actress in the sections below.
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How Much Net Worth Does Lennon Parham Hold at Present?
As of March 2020, Lennon Parham possesses an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. This amount comes from the earnings she makes from individual TV sources, which are discussed in detail below.
Accidentally on Purpose
At the beginnings of her career, Parham got an opportunity to play a supporting role in the comedy series 'Accidentally on Purpose.' The show ran from September 21, 2009, to April 21, 2010, in its first season, but it got canceled on May 18, 2010.
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Lennon played the role of the character 'Abby Chase' in 18 episodes of the series. The actress earned an average of $8,000 per episode for her part, with a total of about $144,000 for all 18 episodes.
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Best Friends Forever
Lennon Parham and her frequent partner-in-work Jessica St. Clair together created and starred in NBC's 'Best Friends Forever.'
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The show, however, aired from April 4 to June 1, 2012, before it got canceled. Only four episodes of the series were broadcast.
Lennon and Jessica returned to collaborate on their next project together: 'Playing House.' The show premiered on the USA Network on April 29, 2014. The duo's real-life friendship inspires the series.
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The show revolves around the story of a pregnant woman named 'Maggie', who is helped by her best friend 'Emma' for support to raise the child. On October 30, 2017, the actresses announced that the show got canceled by USA Network.
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