Who is Sherry Stringfield?
Born on June 24, 1967 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, Sherry Lea Stringfield is an actress, best known for her work on the medical television series “ER”, in which she played the role of Dr. Susan Lewis played. She is one of the show’s original cast members.
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The Riches of Sherry Stringfield
As of mid-2020, Sherry Stringfield’s net worth is estimated at over $7 million, earned through a successful acting career, active in the industry since 1989. Aside from her two runs with “ER,” she has had regular roles in also other popular shows. She has also worked in several films that have contributed to her wealth.
Early life and education
Sherry grew up in Colorado Springs along with two younger siblings. For a time, their family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, before finally finding more permanent residence in Houston, Texas. She attended Klein High School near Houston, and during her time there developed a strong interest in acting. She became very active in the school’s drama club and worked on numerous plays, including the musicals “Fiddler on the Roof” and “Oklahoma”.
After graduating from high school, she enrolled at the State University of New York (SUNY) in Purchase, where she became a part of the university’s acting program.
She was good friends with future actress Parker Posey, who was also a student there. She struggled early on because of her Texan accent and had to undergo training to moderate it somewhat. During her later years in college, she began appearing in New York City productions, mostly off-Broadway. She then completed her degree in 1989.
Career Beginnings and ER
After completing her education, Stringfield found her first professional role on the soap opera “Guiding Light”, in which she played the role of Christina “Blake” Thorpe – the show is the longest running television drama series in American history at age 72.
She stayed with the show from 1989 to 1992, after which she took a one-year hiatus to tour Europe. After her return, she landed a regular role in “NYPD Blue” during its first season, playing the ex-wife of the character John Kelly played by David Caruso. However, she did not enjoy her work on the show, forcing her to terminate her contract early.
After that, she was cast in one of her most notable roles in “ER”. The medical drama series followed the lives of several emergency room employees of a fictional hospital and is the second longest running medical drama series in history, surpassed only by “Grey’s Anatomy”.
She was supposed to be on the show for five seasons, but left just after three seasons — despite the popularity and income it brought her — due to the long work hours and desire to live a more normal life. She was inflexible on leaving the show despite the producers wanting her to continue because of the storyline they had set up. With her departure, she was given an agreement that she would not be allowed to do any television projects for the rest of her original contract.
Departure and return
Her departure meant she had run away from a large fortune, as “ER” was setting up a major syndication deal at the time.
She was offered the role several times since then, but declined it for several years. Instead, she took on other projects, found a role in the movie “54” and also appeared in a few TV movies.
During the eighth season of “ER” in 2001, she was approached again by the producers, and this time back to the cast. Her return provided a strong boost to the show’s ratings, and she stayed with the series for about four years before leaving the show, not wanting to be typecast and with a desire to find other roles; she didn’t return to the show until the last episode.
After her second departure, she worked on the pilot of “Company Town”, but it failed to gain traction.
She also appeared in the movie “Forfeit” in 2007 and made a guest appearance on the show “Shark”.
Stringfield was cast on the HBO series “Tell Me You Love Me” as a recurring character, but the show was cancelled after the first season because there were disagreements with the direction of the story. In 2009, she was next cast in “The Stepfather” – a remake of the late 80s slasher film of the same name – alongside Sela Ward, Penn Badgley and Dylan Walsh, who played only a minor role in the film. She took on fewer projects over the years, mostly guest starring, such as in episodes of “Law & Order”, “In Plain Sight” and “Who is Clark Rockefeller”.
In her later career, Sherry ventured into voice acting, where she worked on a video game version of “ER”, while also voicing the character Eyeleen for the children’s show “Blue’s Clues”. In 2012, she worked on the Hallmark movie “The Confession”, in which she co-starred with Katie Leclerc, and is a sequel to the Hallmark movie “The Shunning”. She then made a guest appearance on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” before being cast in the second season of “Under the Dome,” which is based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name. Her last television appearance was as a recurring character on “Criminal Minds: across borders”. Since then, she has not taken on any new projects.
Sherry married Larry E. Joseph in 1998 and they have two children together, but only stayed together for eight years before divorcing. Since then, there have been no more reports of new relationships in her way. She lives in Los Angeles with her children and enjoys traveling with them in her spare time. She also enjoys extreme sports and similar activities, ski touring or motorcycling. During her prime, she was voted one of the sexiest women in the world by the readers of “FHM”. She later admitted that she left “ER” to live a normal life and be with a man who wanted her out of the spotlight to spend more time with him, but he wasn’t the man with who she eventually married.