Yasmine Bleeth, a former actress, and model, recently made an indistinguishable appearance. She had been out of the spotlight for two years until being discovered in her pyjamas last week. According to photos obtained by the Daily Mail, Bleeth, 54, seemed to be out of bed since her hair was untidy and thrown as she roamed the streets of Los Angeles with her dog. Her clothing was simple: pink pajama pants, slippers, and a fluffy coat to keep her warm in the cool weather. She didn’t attempt to conceal herself while walking about, even if it was difficult to recognize her.
Yasmine Bleeth’s net worth
Yasmine Bleeth rose to prominence after appearing in series such as Baywatch, Ryan’s Hope, and One Life to Live. Her mother worked as a model, while her father was a business owner. The 54-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $2 million by CelebrityNetWorth as of August 2023. Throughout the years, she has acted in a variety of TV series and films, and her successful acting career has been her primary source of income.
Bleeth, who was born in 1968, began her career at the age of ten months when she starred in a television ad for Johnson & Johnson’s No More Tears Baby Shampoo in 1969. She was cast in a reality television series, Candid Camera, and a Max Factor cosmetic commercial campaign alongside model Cristina Ferrare when she was six years old. When she was 12 years old, she landed her first part in the 1980 musical drama film Hey Babe! From 1985 through 1989, the young actress played Ryan Fenelli in the ABC serial drama Ryan’s Hope.
However, she immediately catapulted to notoriety as a result of her role as Caroline Holden in the NBC action thriller Baywatch, which received critical acclaim. She went on to perform main parts and make guest appearances on a few additional television programs. Yasmine Bleeth was also a model with her own swimsuit brand, Yaz Wear. She starred as Inspector Caitlin Cross in the CBS series Nash Bridges from 1998 to 2000. Bleeth also played Danielle Stevens in the 1997 TV film Crowned and Dangerous at the time. In addition, in 2000, she starred in NBC’s short-lived soap series Titans. Despite her achievements, she sought treatment for her cocaine addiction at a rehabilitation center in December 2000.
Yasmine Bleeth’s charitable efforts and legal troubles
In 1998, she was the ambassador for Lee National Denim Day and gave the $10,000 prize money she earned on Celebrity Jeopardy! to breast cancer research. She was also the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s spokesman. Yasmine, on the other hand, was detained in September 2001 after driving her automobile off the highway and into a median strip. In her automobile, four syringes containing an injectable form of cocaine and a little plastic bag with cocaine residue were discovered. In addition, police discovered cocaine and drug paraphernalia in her hotel room.
She pled guilty to having 25 grams of cocaine in her possession and was sentenced to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service. Yasmine Bleeth’s lawyer disclosed that she was receiving treatment from the founder of Promises Rehabilitation Clinic and that her record was cleared once she completed the conditions of her probation in January 2004. In an April 2003 edition of Glamour, she wrote about her cocaine addiction and the road to recovery.