Rebecca Balding Net Worth: How Rich Was She As ‘Soap’ and ‘Charmed’ Actress Dead At 73?

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A Bit About Rebecca Balding: American actress Rebecca Balding was best known for her roles in Soap and Charmed.

Quick Facts About Rebecca Balding:

Born: September 21, 1955, Little Rock, AR
Died: July 18, 2022, Park City, UT
Spouse: James L. Conway, Jon Paré


Rebecca Balding Net Worth

One of the wealthiest actors and one of the most well-liked actors is Rebecca Balding. Our study of Rebecca Balding's net worth from sources like the Michigan sports zone indicates roughly $1.5 million.

Arkansas's Little Rock is where Balding was born. She played Carol David, the mother of Jodie Dallas' kid, in 19 episodes of Soap from 1978 to 1980.

Rebecca Balding Net Worth

 During the first three episodes of the first season of the drama series Lou Grant, starring Ed Asner, in 1977, Balding played the original female reporter Carla Mardigian before that character was written out in favor of a different female reporter. Balding also played Corky Crandall in the 1979 sitcom Makin' It. She studied at Kansas University.

She recurred with Asner the same year, playing his daughter Julie in the venerable holiday TV movie The Gathering. Balding portrayed Amy Franklin in the 1977 film Deadly Game, which also starred James Cromwell and Andy Griffith.

She starred in the 1980 sitcom Mr. and Mrs. and Mr., whose pilot episode was never turned into a series. She had a cameo on the television show 7th Heaven in 1996 as Ellen, the mother of Matt's new love interest Tia.

Rebecca Balding Biography

Actress Rebecca Balding was born in the United States on September 21, 1955. American actress Rebecca Balding (born September 21, 1955) is arguably best known for her roles in Soap and Charmed. Capricorn is Rebecca Balding's zodiac sign, according to astrologers.

Rebecca Balding Net Worth

Balding appeared in the Charmed season one episode “The Fourth Sister” as Aunt Jackie in 1998. Later, in 2002's fourth season, she returned to the program in a different capacity.

Elise Rothman, a recurring character played by Balding, was a newspaper editor-in-chief and Phoebe Halliwell's boss (played by Alyssa Milano). She performed the part until the eighth and final season of the program in 2006.

Rebecca Balding Height

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Rebecca Balding Net Worth

Rebecca Balding Was Dating Who?

Our records show that Rebecca Balding was wed to James L. Conway and Jon Paré. Rebecca Balding hasn't been dating anyone as of May 2022.

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Rebecca Balding Husband

Balding met James L. Conway, a television producer when she was trying out for a role in the 1981 horror film The Boogens, which Conway also directed and in which Balding eventually featured.

‘Soap' and ‘Charmed' Actress Dead At 73

The actress died after a fight with ovarian cancer, according to her husband, actor-director James L. Conway.

Veteran stage and screen actress Rebecca Balding, who had roles on “Soap” and “Charmed,” has passed away. She was 73.

Balding's husband, actor, and director James L. Conway told Michigan sports zone on Wednesday that she had passed away. He disclosed that she died from ovarian cancer in Park City, Utah, on Monday.

Balding was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, claims the source. Before moving to Chicago to become a theatrical performer, she studied acting at the University of Kansas. She finally traveled to Los Angeles with her sights set on Hollywood.

Balding began her professional life as a scream queen on the West Coast. She acted in horror movies like 1982's “The Boogens” and 1979's “The Silent Scream,” when she met Conway.

According to the 71-year-old, “I was casting the movie The Boogens.” Rebecca arrived to perform. I turned to the associate producer and said, “I could marry that girl,” after we had a conversation and she had finished reading.

Conway continued, “She was cast in some fashion.” “We went out during the first week of shooting. On Saturday night, she proposed. she got married four weeks later while still doing our filming. Of course, nobody anticipated it lasting. It occurred 41 years ago.