• Elizabeth Fearn “Finn” Carter is an actress from Greenville, Mississippi
• Her estimated net worth is $1 million
• She is the daughter of former US State Department Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, Hodding Carter III
• She is most known for her role in the 1990 film “Tremors”
• She is active on Twitter and Instagram, and posts about her art work on these pages.
Known for movies
|Fact||Her daughters' names are Carter and Josephine.|
- 1 Who is actress Steven Weber’s ex-wife Finn Carter from “Tremors”?
- 2 The Wealth of Finn Carter
- 3 Early Life and Education
- 4 Acting Career
- 5 Later Work
- 6 Marriages and Personal Life
- 7 Is Finn Carter on Social Media?
- 8 Social profile links
- 9 Facts
- 10 Pictures
- 11 Movies
- 12 Awards
Who is actress Steven Weber’s ex-wife Finn Carter from “Tremors”?
Elizabeth Fearn “Finn” Carter was born on 9 March 1960, in Greenville, Mississippi USA, and is an actress, probably still best known for appearing in the 1990 film “Tremors”, as well as several other films throughout her career.
The Wealth of Finn Carter
How rich is Finn Carter? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $1 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. She’s also been a part of numerous television shows from the 1980s up to the early 2000s, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Carter began her acting career in theatre, becoming a member of New York’s Circle Repertory Company. She was the first to play the role of Effie Herrington in the production of “Up in Saratoga”, and was also cast in the a revival of “Biloxi Blues”, afterwards getting opportunities on television. One of her first roles on television was in the daytime soap opera “As the World Turns” in which she played the role of Sierra Esteban Reyes Montgomery, staying with the show from 1985 to 1988, a sister show to another soap opera entitled “Guiding Light”.
After her run with “As the World Turns”, she left daytime television, then appearing in a number of other television shows before making her film debut, with a starring role in the 1989 film “How I Got Into College” opposite Anthony Edwards. In 1990, she starred in one of her most notable roles in the monster film “Tremors”, alongside Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward, and for which role she was nominated for a Saturn Award for best Supporting Actress. The film is the first installment of the “Tremors” film franchise.
After “Tremors”, Finn had a recurring role in the series “China Beach”, in which she played the role of Nurse Linda Matlock Lanier in the series set at an evacuation hospital during the Vietnam War. In 1992 she had a lead role in the film “Sweet Justice”, then a supporting role in “Ghosts of Mississippi” which is a biographical film based on the 1994 trial of Byran De La Beckwith who was accused with the assassination of an activist during the 1960s.
Over the next few years, Carter would make guest appearances in numerous popular television shows, including “Chicago Hope”, “Law & Order”, “ER”, “Diagnosis: Murder”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, and “Murder She Wrote”. She also became a regular cast member in the sitcom “Secret Service Guy”, however, the show was short lived. She also had several lead roles in television movies, and one of her last on-screen appearances was the independent film “Halfway Decent” in which she co-starred alongside Ernie Hudson. She has not been seen in any acting projects since 2005.
Marriages and Personal Life
Is Finn Carter on Social Media?
Despite her recent inactivity in the entertainment industry, Finn is similar to numerous actresses in that she remains active through social media accounts, on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Her Twitter and Instagram pages give us an insight into what she has been doing since leaving the acting industry, busily focusing on art, specifically painting – her Instagram page is filled with numerous pictures of some of the work she’s created. Her work has also been promoted on her Twitter account, and at times she posts some daily thoughts on her page. Her Facebook account is the least active among her pages, with the last activity on it posted in 2015.
|1||Attended Walnut Hill School of Performing Arts, Skidmore College and Tulane University.|
|2||Moved to New York City in 1983.|
|3||Her daughters' names are Carter and Josephine.|
|4||Finn's brother is the noted writer/adventurer W. Hodding Carter IV, whose most recent quest is to win a position on the U.S Olympic swim team at the age of 45.|
|5||Daughter of Hodding Carter and Margaret Carter.|
|The Guardian||2004||TV Series||Deb Tomello|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2003||TV Series||Mrs. McCallum|
|The Pennsylvania Miners' Story||2002||TV Movie||Missy Phillippi|
|Strong Medicine||2002||TV Series||Velma|
|Taking Back Our Town||2001||TV Movie|
|Kate Brasher||2001||TV Series|
|Judging Amy||2000||TV Series||Angela Kilpatrick|
|Missing Pieces||2000||TV Movie||Marilyn|
|Profiler||1999||TV Series||Deputy Sheriff Tracy Como|
|Love in Another Town||1997||TV Movie||Amy|
|Chicago Hope||1997||TV Series||Anite Sawicki|
|Ghosts of Mississippi||1996||Cynthia Speetgens|
|NYPD Blue||1996||TV Series||Ellen Lippert|
|The Outer Limits||1996||TV Series||Courtney Bowe|
|Secret Service Guy||1996||TV Series||Weaver|
|ER||1995||TV Series||Carrie Deal|
|Diagnosis Murder||1995||TV Series||Det. Carrie Foster|
|Murder, She Wrote||1995||TV Series||Sally Otterburn|
|Sweet Justice||1994||TV Series||Margo|
|Sweet Justice||1992||Sunny Justice|
|Law & Order||1991||TV Series||Leslie Hart|
|China Beach||1990-1991||TV Series||Linda Matlock Lanier|
|Lifestories||1990||TV Series||Sally Conforti|
|Revealing Evidence: Stalking the Honolulu Strangler||1990||TV Movie||Det. Maggie Luna|
|Nasty Boys||1990||TV Series||Lynn Ulrich|
|How I Got Into College||1989||Nina Sachie|
|Dream Breakers||1989||TV Movie||Sister Catherine|
|As the World Turns||1985-1987||TV Series||Sierra Esteban Reyes Sierra Montgomery Sierra Esteban|
|1991||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Supporting Actress||Tremors (1990)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia