American actress, Leslie Charleson is best known for her role as Monica Quartermaine in the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital. She debuted her career from the soap opera A Flame in the Wind and earned wide recognition after portraying in many other series such as As the World Turns and Love Is a Many Splendored Thing.
Leslie was born on February 22, 1945, in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States, under the birth sign of Pisces. She holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Leslie had a sister named Kate Charleson, who died in 1996. There is no information regarding her parents and childhood.
The 74-year-old woman, Charleson’s current relationship status is unknown. She has kept her personal life away from the media.
Previously, she was married to Bill Demms on April 1, 1988. But, the couple couldn’t push their relationship for a long period and later they got separated in 1991.
However, the actress is focusing on her profession and working schedule rather being in a complicated relationship. Similarly, the beauty queen is enjoying her single life at the moment.
The veteran actress, Leslie’s net worth is estimated to be around $ 4 million, as of May 2019. She earns an impressive amount of salary from her career. Some reliable sources claim that, her Salary ranges from $40,000 to $100,000.
The average salary of an actor ranges from $39.84 an hour, as per Payscale. So, she might be receiving in the same range.
In 1964, Charleston started her acting career on short-lived ABC daytime soap opera A Flame in the Wind. She starred on the many series from 1970 to 1977, including Emergency! Also, she had leading roles in a number of unsuccessful television pilots including, Most Wanted (1976), Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1975).
Also, she has several guest-appearances from 1970 to 1977 including, Emergency!. Furthermore, she has a supporting role in a science-fiction film, The Day if the Dolphin in 1973 and co-starred alongside Shelley Winters in the television thriller Revenge (1971).
In addition, Charleston was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress four times for General Hospital in 1963.