Actress Markie Post bio, Career, Net worth, Personal life, Early life, Facts

May 23, 2019Actress Markie Post bio, Career, Net worth, Personal life, Early life, Facts

Who is Markie Post?

Markie Post is a famous American actress. She is popular for her role as Terri Michaels in the ABC series The Fall Guy. Furthermore, some of her notable roles include Christine Sullivan on the NBC sitcom Night Court and Georgie Anne Lahti Hartman on the CBS sitcom Hearts Afire. In addition, she has won the CableACE award.

In the Early life of Markie Post

Markie was born on November 4, 1950, in Palo Alto, California, USA. She is the daughter of Richard F. Post and Marylee Post. Furthermore, she grew up in Stanford and Walnut Creek along with her two siblings, Rodney Post, and Stephen Post. From the beginning of her childhood, she developed her interest in acting and also began to learn from an early age. Moving towards her education, Markie attended Las Lomas High School. Later, she completed her graduation from bachelor of arts degree from Lewis & Clark after joining Lewis & Clark College and Pomona College.

In the career of Markie Post

 Markie Post in The Fall Guy

Fig: Markie Post in The Fall Guy

Markie Post made her television debut with an episode of the 1979 drama ‘CHIPs’. That year, she also featured in two episodes of ‘Buck Rogers in the 25th Century’. Then in 1981, she joined the cast of the television miniseries ‘The Gangster Chronicles’ as Chris Brennan and also landed a role in the crime drama movie ‘Gangster Wars’. In 1982, the actress was cast as Terri Michaels in the action/adventure TV program ‘The Fall Guy’ alongside Lee Majors, Heather Thomas, and Douglas Barr. After featuring in the game shows ‘Match Game’ and ‘Go’, she featured in two episodes of ‘Fantasy Island’ and ‘The A-Team,’ respectively. During this time, Post also began appearing in the game show ‘The $10,000 Pyramid’. In the year 1984, she was cast as Christine Sullivan in the sitcom ‘Night Court’. A year later, she joined the game show ‘Super Password’.

From 1992 to 1995, Post starred as Georgie Anne Lahti Hartman in the sitcom ‘Hearts Afire’ alongside John Ritter. After the series ended, she began playing Julia Whitney in the drama ‘Odd Man Out’. In 1998, she did the short film ‘Behind the Zipper with Magda’ and also appeared in ‘There's Something About Mary’, a romantic comedy about several men who fall in love with the titular character, Mary, and strive to win her heart. The actress next starred as Mom Chandler in the television film ‘Holiday in Handcuffs’. During this time, she also shot for the movie ‘Cook-Off!’ which released in 2017. In 2013, she was cast as a series regular in ‘Transformers Prime’. The following year, she began portraying the character of Barbara Fletcher in the police procedural drama ‘Chicago P.D’. In 2014, Post also appeared in ‘Muffin Top: A Love Story’, Cathryn Michon’s directorial debut about a woman who re-enters the dating world after her husband leaves her for another woman.

How much is the net worth of Markie Post?

Markie Post in a show

Fig: Markie Post in a show

Markie Post is an American actress who has net worth is $ 12 million. Also assets others like cars, mansions, lands of Markie are not disclosed but supposed to have more.

Personal Life of Markie Post

 Markie Post with her ex husband Micheal

Fig: Markie Post with her ex husband Micheal

Markie Post prides herself on being very family oriented. Aside from her parents and siblings, She has been married twice, first to her College heartthrob Stephen Knox in 1971. Rather oddly on 5 September 1972, they were divorced. She later fell in love with Micheal A. Ross who is a producer and writer. Ross is the producer of hits such as Rules of Engagement (2007), Better Off Ted (2009), and Kirk (1995). Micheal and Markie were married on February 7th, 1982 and they have two daughters together namely, Katie Ross and Daisy Ross. She was once rumored to have had an affair with ex-American President Bill Clinton.

Facts about Markie Post

  • 2013 – Nominated for Behind the Voice Actors awards for the Action/Drama (Transformers Prime) as Ensemble
  • 1994 – Won CableACE Awards for the Children’s Program Special – 6 and Young (Presidential Inaugural Celebration for Children)
  • 2007 – Nominated for TV Land Awards Lady You Love to Watch Fight for Her Life in a Movie of the Week.

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