Kelly Carlson Net Worth

Kelly Carlson’s Net Worth

500 Thousand

Kelly Carlson’s Net Worth

Kelly Carlson Net Worth

Kelly Carlson

Net worth:

500 Thousand

Date of birth:

February 17, 1976 (46 Years Old)




5 ft 4in (1.65m)


Actor, Model


United States of America

How Much Does Kelly Carlson Earn?

Kelly Carlson, an American actress, and model have a net worth of over $500,000. Kelly Carlson is most well-known for her role as Kimber Henry in the FX medical drama, “Nip/Tuck”, which aired from 2003 to 2010. During the show’s entire run, she appeared in 54 episodes. She was originally supposed to appear in a single episode, but she became a regular in the series. She was on the show until its last season in 2010.

Kelly was a star in her field and was often ranked by Maxim as one of the most beautiful women worldwide.

Kelly has over 20 acting credits, including “3000 Miles To Graceland” (2001), and “The Marine” (2006). She also appeared in the TV movies “Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation” (2004), “Degrassi Goes Hollywood 2009” (2009), and the television series “Everwood” (2004-2006) as well as “Melrose Place (2009-2010). Carlson was a model and has been featured in ad campaigns by Rembrandt, Miller Lite, and Oliver Peoples sunglasses. She also appeared on the “Maxim 100” list in 2005-2007. Kelly starred in Janet Myers’ web series Ghostfacers, which was a spinoff from “Supernatural.” Carlson’s Instagram bio states that she is a “Former actress in TV and Film” and her most recent professional acting credit was the 2020 film “The Reason”, her first acting gig in seven years.

Early Life

Kelly Carlson Net Worth

Kelly Lee Carlson was the daughter of Mary Joan and Lee Dixon Carlson. Kelly Carlson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 17, 1976. Kelly Carlson is the daughter of Mary Joan and Lee Dixon Carlson. Kelly’s mother was an experienced hairdresser and her father was a high school basketball coach. Carlson was raised in Bloomington, Minnesota, and attended the Academy of Holy Angels. Kelly started riding horses when she was four years old and joined the United States Pony Club. Carlson began modeling at the age of 17.


Kelly started her acting career onstage. She appeared in shows such as “Charlotte’s Web”, “Girls Guide to Chaos,” and “Vanities.” She was named among the 50 Most Beautiful in TEAR SHEET Magazine’s 2001 “50 Most Beautiful” List. In 2001, Kelly made her film debut as a Motorcycle Gang member in “3000 Miles to Graceland,” starring Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner.

From 2003 to 2010, Carlson was Kimber Henry on Ryan Murphy’s “Nip/Tuck”. He also played Dylan Walsh and Julian McMahon. Kimber was a regular character for the first two seasons. Kelly then became part of the main cast of the remaining series. Over six seasons, “Nip/Tuck”, which aired 100 episodes, won two AFI Awards and a Golden Globe. Carlson was featured on the October cover of Stuff Magazine’s 2004 issue. He also appeared in the movie “Paparazzi” as well as the TV movie “Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation” and began a three-episode stint playing Ada on the WB series “Everwood”.

Kelly was a guest star on the Fox series “Head Cases” in 2005. She also appeared in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2006) and “CSI: Miami” (2007). John Cena and Robert Patrick starred in “The Marine” (2006). She then appeared in “Shadowbox”, a 2007 short film, and “Break-In” (2006). Along with Patrick Dempsey, Carlson appeared in “Made of Honor”, a romantic comedy about love. The film earned $106.4 million against a budget of $40 million and was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Bromantic Comedy. Kelly was also in “Player 5150” that year. In 2009, Kelly had a small part as herself in “Degrassi Goes Hollywood”. She starred in recurring roles as Hollywood madam Wendi Matison on The CW’s revival of “Melrose Place” from 2009 to 2010. In 2010, she also guest-starred in ABC’s “Castle,” followed by Fox’s 2012 “The Finder”. She starred in the family drama “Jimmy” in 2013, and she starred alongside Louis Gossett Jr. in “The Reason” in 2020.

Personal life

Kelly was married to Dan Stanchfield, a survival instructor, on May 6, 2015. They now live in San Diego. Carlson stated that she wasn’t acting anymore during an Instagram Live in 2020. She explained, “I need to be in L.A. for my husband’s work, which was down — he’s in the Navy so we’re way down south San Diego.” That’s a good part of it. Kelly and her husband own a manufacturing company. Kelly said to Fox News Tammy Bruce in May 2021 that they make knives, while she makes the sheaths. And I have never made anything before with my hands. It’s great to be able to give a knife and a sheath to someone in law enforcement or the military. I have never done anything so profound before. It’s a joy.

Kelly Carlson has supported and volunteered for charities such as Wounded Warriors, LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society, and LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society. In 2010, Kelly visited Capital Hill to lobby Congress for a bill that would “prevent inhumane transportation of American horses to slaughterhouses Mexico and Canada and end roundups by U.S. government officials.” Kelly is a spokesperson for Smile Network International, a Minnesota-based charity that provides reconstructive surgery to impoverished young people in developing countries. Carlson is a Kali-trained Filipino martial artist. She was asked how she became involved in street-fighting in Filipino streets during an interview with He was always concerned about me protecting me. His only child, his only child. I was his only child. He taught me how to fight, or at least not to be a victim. It’s a great way of controlling your anger and taking control of it.

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