Stephanie Courtney Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height & Weight

Early Life

Early Life: Stephanie Courtney was born on February 8, 1970 in Stony Point, New York. She is the youngest of three children of her father, a high school history teacher, and mother, who is a singer.  She is a 1992 graduate of Binghamton University. She got an English Degree and did theater in college, playing Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible. Stephanie has been quoted as saying she always knew she wanted to be an entertainer for a living, and that, in her mind, she never thought there was any other option. After graduation, she moved to New York City. Her roommate was future author and columnist Meghan Daum. In New York City, she worked evenings as a secretary for Smith Barney Chairman Robert F. Greenhill while simultaneously studying acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse.

Wealth Stats and More

What’s Stephanie Courtney's net worth? How wealthy is she? Below are all stats like net worth, salary, profession, and more!

Stephanie Courtney Wealth Info
Net Worth$6 Million
Salary$2 Million
Date of BirthFebruary 8, 1970 (age 53 years)
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
ProfessionActor, Comedian
NationalityUnited States of America

Net Worth of Stephanie Courtney

Stephanie Courtney net worth and salary: Stephanie Courtney is an American actress and comedian who has a net worth of $6 million dollars.  She is best known for portraying “Flo” in a series of commercials for Progressive Insurance.

Stephanie Courtney Quotes

How is it that Stephanie Courtney has a net worth of $6 Million? These quotes by the actor may indicate the character traits that led to her financial situation:

I was never tortured over whether I wanted to become an actor. There was never another option in my mind.

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I was a switchboard operator on the first season of 'Mad Men.' I was the oldest and bitterest.

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I've never been one to book a ton of commercials.

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I landed about one a year. Just enough to make me question the gas money and all the driving in rush hour. When you audition for commercials, it's a lot of driving. What I netted wasn't exactly matching the hours I was putting in. I figured I'm not a face that makes people want to buy Lysol. Then I auditioned for Progressive.

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I was a boss on 'Cavemen.' That was portentous.

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