Born in Los Angels, Jenilee Harrison is an actress who became known for portraying Cindy Snow on Three’s Company from 1980 to 1982 and Jamie Ewing on Dallas from 1984 to 1986. Since an early age, Harrison aspired to become a successful actress. Besides, she has won the Miss Young America pageant.
Jenilee Harrison was born in Los Angels, CA, on June 12, 1959, under the birth sign of Gemini. Similarly, her birth name is Jenilee A. Harrison. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
Her father was an aerospace engineer, whereas her mother was a math teacher. She grew up along with her four siblings, two elder sisters, and two younger brothers in San Fernando Valley. When Harrison was 15, her parents divorced. Despite living separately, she was close to both of them.
The 59-years-old woman is a married woman. Harrison tied a knot with Dr. Bruce Oppenheim, a prominent Los Angeles area chiropractor, in 1988. He is the ex-husband of an actress Cybill Shepherd.
Also, she has two children named Molly Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim and Cyrus Zachariah Shepherd-Oppenheim. But, Harrison doesn’t have her own children.
Previously in the early 1980s, Jenilee dated aa guy L.A. Rams guard Dennis Harrah and former major league baseball player Reggie Jackson.
As of April 2019, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Harrison owns the net worth of $3 million. She earns a good amount of money from her career. The median expected salary for an actress/performer in the U.S. ranges from $45,000 to $57,000 and TV Broadcasting ranges from $60,000 annually.
In addition, she worked in the comedy television series named, Three’s Company, where she used to earn $7,500 per episode.
Before starting her career as an actress, Harrison was a cheerleader for the Los Angeles Rams, from 1978–1980. In 1980, she joined the cast of ABC’s Three’s Company. Beginning the career in 1984, she appeared the recurring character Jamie Ewing Barnes in the drama named Dallas.
In 1985, Jenilee played on Super Password, with Marty Cohen, Michael Young, and Bruce Baum. Likewise, she made a brief appearance as a waitress in Loverboy’s music video Lovin’ Every Minute Of It, in 1985.
Furthermore, Jenilee starred in the movie Panga opposite Christopher Lee, in 1991. Between 1996 to 2005 she started appearing in a couple of as seen on TV infomercials like the AB Flex, the Sobakawa Pillow and the Ultimate Chopper.