• Lori Beth Denberg is an actress and comedienne, best known for being on Nickelodeon's "All That".
• Her estimated net worth as of late-2018 is $750,000.
• She got her start as a child actor in school plays, and went on to star in "All That", "Good Burger", "Figure It Out", "The Steve Harvey Show", and more.
• She has since returned to television, appearing in "Workaholics", "Double Dare", "Hollywood Darlings", and "90's House".
• Denberg is married to Alexander Jardin and works as a wedding minister.
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||February 2, 1976|
|Fact||Los Angeles, CA: Appeared at an "All That" reunion at the Comikaze Expo. Said that she is no longer acting: "I've been living life. Now I'm enjoying my old age." [November 2011]|
Who is Lori Beth Denberg?
Lori Beth Denberg was born on 2 February 1976, in Northridge, California USA, of Jewish descent, and is an actress as well as a comedienne, best known for being one of the original cast members of the Nickelodeon comedy sketch show entitled “All That”.
The Riches of Lori Beth Denberg
How rich is Lori Beth Denberg? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $750,000, earned through a successful career in acting and comedy. She’s also worked on other television projects throughout her career, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Career Beginnings
At a young age, Lori Beth developed a strong interest in acting, actually appearing in school plays from six years of age, and also actively participated in local community theatre. In 1994, she got her television break in the Nickelodeon show entitled “All That”, in which she was one of the original cast members. The show aired for 10 seasons, and featured original sketches, with weekly musical guests.
It received critical acclaim during its first five seasons thanks to its diverse cast, and several members of the show would transition to their own shows with varying degrees of success. She played various roles in the series, and it also lead to her first feature film appearance in 1997’s “Good Burger”, a comedy film also featuring cast members of “All That”, and starring Kenan Thompson alongside Kel Mitchell. While working on these projects, she also appeared as a regular panelist in the first three seasons of “Figure It Out”, a children’s panel game show which also aired on Nickelodeon.
In 1998, Denburg ended her run with “All That”, and was given a recurring role in the third season of “The Steve Harvey Show”. The following year, she was upgraded to a series regular, and stayed with the show over the next three years until the end of its run in 2002. Over the next few years, her acting roles decreased, appearing only in a few films and TV guest appearances, including in “Malcolm in the Middle”, a sitcom following a dysfunctional working class family and starring Frankie Muniz.
She also had a small role in the film “DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story”, credited as LB Denberg, and starring Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller in the story about a group of misfits entering a dodgeball tournament to try and save their local gym. Two years later, she was cast in the parody kung-fu film entitled “18 Fingers of Death!” which stars Pat Morita. She would then become inactive for several years and though nothing has been reported on her endeavors during this period, many sources speculate that she focused on other things such as family.
— Lori Beth Denberg (@LoriBethDenberg) April 6, 2017
Return to Television
In 2012, Lori Beth returned to television in an episode of “Workaholics”, in a brief cameo as herself. She also reunited with “All That” cast members during the Comikaze Expo, and subsequently worked more consistently, mostly in reality television. She appeared in the “Double Dare” anniversary special, competing during the first round of the Nickelodeon game show. In 2017, she had a guest role in the comedy series “Hollywood Darlings”, the highest rating original series debut on the network Pop.
During the same year, she also participated in the reality television series “90’s House” featuring a cast of 12 “millennial” housemates who will live in a house set in the 1990s. All of them have to tackle various challenges, and each episode one or two members of the cast will be voted out, with the winner receiving a $90,000 prize, a car, and two cruise tickets. She only appeared in one episode as a part of the show’s challenges. A few of her latest projects include an episode of “Wild ‘n Out”, again appearing alongside her “All That” cast mates, and working on the film “Ham on Rye”.
For her personal life, it is known that Denberg married Alexander Jardin though very little information has been revealed about their relationship or marriage. She mentioned in a public appearance that she has been enjoying her old age, but isn’t really into acting any more. Away from the media spotlight, she works as a wedding minister and mentioned that it started out as a joke but became more serious over the years. She also has an older brother, and went to the same school as actresses Candace Cameron Bure as well as Lindsay Sloane.
|Full Name||Lori Beth Denberg|
|Date Of Birth||February 2, 1976|
|Education||Chatsworth High School|
|Movies||18 Fingers of Death!, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, Good Burger|
|TV Shows||Figure It Out, All That, The Steve Harvey Show|
|1||Los Angeles, CA: Appeared at an "All That" reunion at the Comikaze Expo. Said that she is no longer acting: "I've been living life. Now I'm enjoying my old age." [November 2011]|
|2||Has an older brother, Adam (b. 1972).|
|3||Attended Chatsworth High School in Chatsworth, California with Candace Cameron Bure and Lindsay Sloane.|
|Goody Goody||TV Movie completed||Esther Schmidt|
|The Doll Web Series||2017||TV Series||Lori Beth Denberg|
|Raymond & Lane||2015||TV Series||The CEO|
|18 Fingers of Death!||2006||Video||Shirley House|
|Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story||2004||Martha Johnstone (as LB Denberg)|
|Malcolm in the Middle||2004||TV Series||Ronnie|
|The Steve Harvey Show||1998-2002||TV Series||Lydia Liza Gutman|
|All That||1994-1998||TV Series||Various / Regular Performance|
|Good Burger||1997||Connie Muldoon|
|The Double Dare Reunion||2016||TV Movie||Herself|
|All That 22nd Anniversary Reunion Special||2016||TV Movie||Herself|
|All That||1999||TV Series||Herself|
|The 1998 Annual Kid's Choice Awards||1998||TV Special||Herself|
|Figure It Out||1997||TV Series||Herself / panelist (1997-1999)|
|All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special||2005||TV Movie||Various Characters|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia