Where is Bess Armstrong now? Net Worth, Spouse, Height, Wiki


• Bess Armstrong was born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA in 1953
• She has had roles in nearly 100 movies and TV series, including Jaws 3-D, All Is Forgiven and House of Lies
• Bess was married to Chris Carreras in 1984 and has been married to John Fiedler since 1986, with whom she has two sons
• She has won a Saturn Award and has been nominated for other awards
• Bess enjoys playing the violin, traveling and helping animal shelters, and her net worth is estimated to be over $3 million


Who is Bess Armstrong?

Bess Armstrong was born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, on December 11, 1953 – her zodiac sign is Sagittarius and she is an American national. She is an actress who has appeared in nearly 100 movies and TV series while still perhaps best known for her portrayal of Kathryn Morgan, one of the main characters in the 1983 adventure horror thriller film “Jaws 3-D”. It was directed by Joe Alves, also starring Dennis Quaid and Simon MacCorkindale, follows a giant shark who becomes trapped in an amusement park, while the sons of a local police chief must help rescue everyone; the film was nominated for five awards.

Early life and education

Bess was raised in Baltimore by her father Alexander Armstrong who taught English at Gilman School, and her mother Louise Allen (née Parlange) who was a teacher at Bryn Mawr School; since she hasn’t talked about having siblings, most people think Bess is an only child.

She studied at Bryn Mawn School, and it was during her four years there that she became interested in acting; Bess was a member of the drama club and acted in numerous plays performed at both the school and a local theater. After taking her matriculation exam in 1971, she enrolled at Brown University, graduating in 1975 with a bachelor’s degree in Latin and Theater.

Bess appeared in over 100 plays while attending high school and college.

Roles in TV series

Bess made her TV series debut in 1977, when she starred as Julia Peters in the comedy “On Our Own”, created by Bob Randall, and which also starred Lynnie Greene and Dixie Carter. It follows seven siblings whose parents have just passed away and who now have to learn to fend for themselves. By the late ’70s, Bess had cameo appearances in an episode of the romantic comedy drama ‘The Love Boat’ and the drama ‘Sweepstakes’.

In 1986, she played the main character Paula Winters Russell the popular comedy “All Is Forgiven,” which also starred Terence Knox and David Alan Grier, follows the life of Paula Russell, who just got married and started working as a TV series producer; it was nominated for two awards.

Mad Men (Season 5) Catherine Orcutt (Bess Armstrong) – Mad Men – Season 5, Episode 6

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In 1990 and 1991, Bess co-starred with Ray Aranha and Megan Gallivan in the comedy “Married People,” and throughout the rest of the 1990s, she guest starred in several popular series such as the fantasy crime comedy “Tales from the Crypt”, the family fantasy drama “Touched by an Angel” and the family romantic comedy “The Nanny”.

She played the supporting character Mickey Glass in the 2002 fantasy comedy-drama ‘That Was Then’ and appeared in five episodes of the critically acclaimed romantic sports drama ‘One Tree Hill’ between 2004 and 2010. In 2013, Bess played Julianne Hotschragar in the hit comedy-drama “House of Lies” created by Matthew Carnahan and starring Don Cheadle, Ben Schwartz, and Kristen Bell.

It follows management consultant Marty Kaan as he tries to persuade CEOs of successful companies to sign contracts with him; the series aired from 2012 to 2016, winning seven awards, including a Primetime Emmy, while being nominated for 23 other awards.

Three of Bess’ most recent TV series roles were in three episodes of the action-crime adventure “SWA T” in 2018 and 2019, three episodes of the romantic drama “Grey’s Anatomy” between 2019 and 2021, and 10 episodes of the crime series . drama “Bosch” between 2019 and 2021.

Roles in movies

She made her screen debut in the 1978 romantic comedy ‘Getting Married’ while a few of her next roles later that year were in the comedy ‘How to Pick Up Girls!’, the drama ‘Walking Through the Fire’ and the action movie drama “11th Victim”, both in 1979.

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Bess gained recognition in 1982 when she was cast to play the lead character Mary Carew in the science fiction musical comedy “Jekyll and Hyde…Together Again”, written and directed by Jerry Belson, and also starring Mark Blankfield and Krista Errickson. It follows the doctor Daniel Jekyll who has discovered a powder that can turn a human into an animal. Some of Bess’s other notable performances in the ’80s were in the 1983 mystery comedy “This Girl for Hire”, the 1986 romantic comedy drama “Nothing in Common” and the 1989 sci-fi mystery comedy “Second Sight”.

She played Eugene Sutphin’s nurse in the 1994 crime thriller comedy ‘Serial Mom’ written and directed by John Waters and starring Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterston and Ricki Lake. The film follows an American mother who is willing to do whatever it takes to make her children happy; it was nominated for a single award.

Bess played supporting characters in numerous movies in the 90s, some of the most popular of which were the 1995 romantic drama ‘Mixed Blessings’, the 1996 fantasy comedy ‘Christmas Every Day’ and the 1998 romantic drama ‘Forever Love’ . .

She appeared in only four films in the 2000s, including the 2000 drama “Diamond Men”, the 2002 romantic drama “Her Best Friend’s Husband” and the 2008 comedy “Corporate Affairs”. Three of her most recent film roles were in the 2016 family romantic drama ‘Diagnosis Delicious’, the 2018 short comedy ‘Peaked in High School’ and the 2019 romantic drama ‘Love and Sunshine’.

Other credits

Bess received special thanks for three short documentary videos released in 2007 entitled “My So-Called Life: The Friends”, “My So-Called Life: The Chase Family”, and “My So-Called Life: Angela”.

She has been a guest on numerous talk shows, including ‘The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson’, ‘Biography’ and ‘The Peter Austin Noto Show’.

Awards and nominations

Bess was nominated for an Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Saturn Award for Best Actress in 1984 for her performance in the romantic adventure drama ‘High Road to China’.

Love life and husband

Bess prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but still lets her fans get a glimpse of it. She married her first husband Chris Carreras in January 1984; he is an American film producer and director, who has worked on more than 60 films and TV series, most recently working as a second unit director on the critically acclaimed 2021 action-adventure film “Dune”. The two were only married for a year.

Berry married her second husband, John Fiedler, on Apr. 12, 1986; he works at Columbia Pictures and is a producer and actor. On July 22, 1986, Bess gave birth to their daughter Lucy Chase Fiedler, but the girl was born with several health problems and died six months later.

On January 14, 1988, Bess gave birth to their son Luke Allen Fiedler, and their second son Samuel Chase Fiedler followed on June 16, 1991.

As of January 2022, Bess’ married to her second husband John Fiedler, and has two sons with him.

Hobbies and other interests

Bess has been into music from a very young age and has been playing the violin since she was seven.

She was very physically active in her 20s, 30s, and 40s, and had a few workout sessions at the gym each week, but no longer works out.

Bess is a big animal lover, with dogs and horses being her favourites. She has apparently donated money to several animal shelters, as well as a number of charitable organizations that aim to improve the quality of life for underprivileged children.

HOUSE OF LIES (Season 2) Bess Armstrong as Julianne Hofshrager in House of Lies (Season 2, Episode 1) – Photo: Randy Tepper/SHOWTIME – Photo ID: HouseOfLies_201_0316 Copyright: Showtime 2012

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One of her favorite actors is Tom Selleck, who she believes is talented, handsome, and charming; Some of Bess’ favorite movies include “Three Men and a Baby,” “Quigley Down Under,” and “An Innocent Man.”

She loves to travel and her acting career has taken her all over the world, while Bess’s dream travel destination is Marseille in France.

Age, height and power

Bess is 68 years old. She has short brown hair and green eyes, is 1.65 m tall and weighs about 55 kg.

From January 2022, her ability is estimated at over $3 million.