Who is Melissa Sue Anderson?
Melissa Sue Anderson was born on 26 September 1962, in Berkeley, California USA, and is an actress, perhaps still best known for finding popularity in the series “Little House on the Prairie” which she played Mary Ingalls during the late ‘70s and early ‘80s .
The amount Melissa Sue Anderson is worth
What is Melissa Sue Anderson’s net worth? According to sources, as of late-2018, she had a net worth of $1.5 million, which she acquired from a successful acting career that also included various film and television ventures. It is anticipated that she will continue to pursue her goals, which will lead to an increase in her fortune. Early Life and Entertainment Beginnings Melissa Sue was born the younger of two daughters; when she was still young, her family relocated from the San Francisco Bay area to Los Angeles, but when she was 13, her parents divorced, and she was mainly raised by her mother who was Roman Catholic. While taking up dance classes, her teacher urged her parents to try and find an agent for her, leading her to appear in several commercials – her subsequent early appearances included commercials for Mattel and Sears. Soon after that, she started getting offers for television roles, including as a guest in an episode of “Bewitched”. She also played the role of Millicent, a girl who kissed Bobby in the series “The Brady Bunch”, then in the same year, she appeared in an episode of “Shaft”. These eventually led her to get a role in “Little House on the Prairie”, which she would work on for the next eight years, with the story revolving around a family living on a farm during the 1870s to the 1880s.
Little House on the Prairie is over.
After departing “Little House on the Prairie” after the seventh season, Melissa Sue received a nomination the following year for her work in the horror film “Happy Birthday to Me.” She then made appearances in “The Equalizer,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and “CHiPs.” She also dabbled in production, serving as an associate producer on the 1990 television episode of “Where Pigeons Go to Die,” the final film starring Michael Landon. She was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame in 1998, and the following year she starred in the ill-fated television show “Partners.”
She did little acting work in the later stages of her career. One of her final television roles was as First Lady Megan Hollister in the 2006 miniseries “10.5 Apocalypse.” Additionally, she had appearances in a number of small films and played Stosh’s mother in the uncredited part of “Veronica Mars” from 2014. She published an autobiography based on her time as a child star called “The Way I See It: A Look Back at my Life on Little House,” which also included behind-the-scenes tales about cast members, guests, and staff. In 2002, the family moved to Montreal and became naturalized Canadians five years later during Canada Day. According to reports, she has mainly foregone her acting work in favor of being a stay-at-home mom and looking after her family. She mentioned in an interview that one of her most challenging roles was when her character went blind during the fourth season of “Little House on the Prairie”.
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