Courtney Thorne-Smith Biography
Courtney Thorne-Smith, who is well-known for her box-heart shaped face, voluptuous figure and deep, sultry voice, is an actress from the United States. She is mainly popular for portraying the role of Alison Parker on the soap opera Melrose Place. Sweet and lovely, Courtney Thorne-Smith was born in San Francisco, California, United States of American as the lovely daughter of Walter Smith and Lora Thorne. She is an American and is of the white ethnicity.
In the early 1990s, while Courtney was starring in the TV series "Melrose Place", she was a love affair with her co-star Andrew Shue, an American actor. Their relationship lasted for a short period of time.
On 2nd June 2000, Courtney married Andrew Conrad, a geneticist. The couple stayed in a marital relationship for a brief period of time. They got divorced on 19th of January 2001.
On 1st January 2007, Courtney married Roger Fishman, a great writer and an author of several books. He is also famous for being the president of the marketing firm Zizo Group. The couple is parents to a child, a son. They welcomed their son, Jacob Emerson Fishman in early 2008.
Courtney's parents divorced when she was just seven years old. After that, she lived with both of her parents but at a different time. She joined "Tamalpais High School" and finally graduated from there in 1985.
While she was in her high school, Courtney also performed in several plays at Ensemble Theater Company. She debuted in 1986 by portraying the role of Lindsey in the movie. "Welcome to 18".
She also starred in the TV series Fast Times and The Thanksgiving Promise that year. She got her rose to fame in the early 1990s after she began starring the role of Allison Parker in the TV series Melrose Place. In 2017, Courtney appeared in the series Site Unseen: An Emma Fielding Mystery.
She is also famous for her role in the TV series like According to Jim and Ally McBeal. She has been earning a lucrative amount of salary and her current net worth is around $8 Million.Edit
Born in San Francisco, California, United States
Sweet and lovely, Courtney Thorne-Smith was born in San Francisco, California, United States of American as the lovely daughter of Walter Smith and Lora Thorne. She is an American and is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and six inches tall.Edit
Graduated from Tamalpais High School
She joined Menlo-Atherton High School to pursue her primary education. After studying there for several years, she joined Tamalpais High School and finally graduated from there in 1985. While she was in her high school, she also performed in several plays at Ensemble Theater Company.Edit
Began her acting career
She has been pursuing her acting career since the mid 1980s. In 1986, she starred in the TV series Fast Times and The Thanksgiving Promise. The following year she starred the role of Photography class student in the TV series Growing Pains.Edit
First feature film, Welcome to 18
She made her feature film debut in 1986 by starring the role of Lindsey in the movie Welcome to 18. She also portrayed the role of Alise in the movie Lucas that year. She voice acted in the 2005 movie Batman: New Times.Edit
Appeared in the television series, Melrose Place
She is an actress from United States. She got her rise in fame in the early 1990s after she began starring the role of Allison Parker in the TV series Melrose Place. She is also famous for her role in the TV series like According to Jim and Ally McBeal.Edit
Became a spokeswoman for Almay cosmetics
She is not only known as an actress but also as a spokeswoman of several campaigns. In the late 1990s, she served as a spokeswoman for Almay cosmetics. She is also known for being a spokeswoman for the Atkins diet.Edit
Won Screen Actors Guild Awards
For starring the role of Georgia Thomas in the TV series Ally McBeal, she got her first nomination in Screen Actors Guild Awards in 1998. She won this award for the first time in 1999 for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.Edit
Married to Andrew Conrad
On 2nd of June 2000, Courtney got married to Andrew Conrad. Andrew Conrad is a geneticist. This married life didn't last for about a year as they got divorced on 19th of January 2001. The actual reason why they got divorced is unknown.Edit
Married to Roger Fishman
On 1st of January 2007, Courtney got married to Roger Fishman. Roger Fishman is a great writer and an author of several books. He is also known for being the president of the marketing firm the Zizo Group. As a loving spouse, they welcomed their only child in the early 2008.Edit
First child, Jacob Emerson Fishman
She became mother for the first time in her life in 2008. She and her loving husband, Roger Fishman welcomed their first child together on 11th of January and that time it was a son and they named him Jacob Emerson Fishman.Edit
Net Worth Update
Courtney Throne-Smith has an estimated net worth of $8 million as of 2017.Edit