Courtney Thorne-Smith net worth: Courtney Thorne-Smith is an American actress who has a net worth of $8 million. Courtney Thorne-Smith earned her net worth through by playing in television shows and films. She also wrote a novel titled “Outside In.” Thorne-Smith was born in San Francisco, California in November 1967. While she was in high school she performed and analyzed with the Ensemble Theater Company in Northern California. Her first film role was in Lucas in 1986. She was featured in the films Summer School, Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise, and Side Out, and Chairman of the Board. Thorne-Smith appeared in the shows Growing Pains, Day by Day, and L.A. Law. From 1992 to 1997 she played Alison Parker on Melrose Place. From 2001 to 2009 she played Cheryl on According to Jim, and beginning in 2010 she played Lyndsey McElroy on Two and a Half Men. In 2007 Courtney released a novel titled Outside In. She is married to Roger Fishman as well as the couple has a son Jacob. She was previously married to Andrew Conrad and has dated Melrose Place cast member Andrew Shue. She’s been a spokesperson for Almay makeup and appeared in a advertisement for the Atkins diet.
Courtney Thorne-Smith is an American celebrity. Courtney has made her celebrity and wealth from her movies as well as television sitcoms and shows. Courtney’s parents divorced when she was merely seven years of age. Thorne Smith graduated in the Tamalpais High School in 1985 after attending the Menlo Atherton High School located in California.
She started her career in films with all the release of “Lucas” in 1986. Prior to her movie debut, she had however appeared in several situation comedies in the 1980’s such as L.A law, Day by Day and Fast Times. Thorne-Smith is now presently impersonating the character of Lyndsey McElroy, Alan Harper’s girlfriend in the hit TV show “Two and a Half Men”. She was nominated for the Best Performance in a Comedy Series Award for “Ally McBeal” in 1998, and finally won the award in 1999. Courtney was also nominated for the same group in 2000. Besides playing, Courtney works as an occasional writer as well. She’s composed a novel titled “Outside In”. It had been printed in 2007 in the Big Apple by Broadway Brooks.
Courtney dated her on-screen loverAndrew Shuefrom “Melrose Place”. The relationship however did not work out. She married Andrew Conrad a famed geneticist in June 2000. This survived for just seven months. Courtney afterward wed Roger Fisherman and gave birth to a son on 11th January 2008.