Former actress and model Yasmine Bleeth recently made a rare appearance where she was unrecognizable. She stayed out of the spotlight for two years and was spotted in her pajamas last week.
According to footage acquired by the Daily Mail, it appeared Bleeth, 54, was out of bed as her hair was messy and shaking as she strolled the streets of Los Angeles with her dog. Her outfit was simple; she opted for pink pajama bottoms, slippers and a puffy coat to protect her from the cold. As she walked, she did not try to hide, even though it was difficult to recognize her.
Yasmine Bleeth’s net worth explored
Yasmine Bleeth has been recognized for her performances on shows like Baywatch, Ryan’s Hope, and A life to live. Her mother was a model, while her father was a business owner.
According to CelebrityNetWorth, the 54-year-old net value is estimated at around $2 million. She has appeared in various TV shows and movies all these years, and her successful acting career has been her main source of income.
Born in 1968, Bleeth began her career at the age of ten months when she appeared in Johnson & Johnson’s No More Tears Baby Shampoo television commercial in 1969. At the age of six, she was cast in a reality tv series, Hidden cameraand in a Max Factor cosmetics advertising campaign with model Cristina Ferrare.
She landed her first role at the age of 12 in the 1980 musical drama film Hi baby! The young actress then played the role of Ryan Fenelli in the ABC soap opera Ryan’s Hope from 1985 to 1989.
However, she quickly rose to prominence thanks to her performance as Caroline Holden in the NBC action drama. Baywatch, which was praised by the public. She then played leading roles and made guest appearances in a few other TV shows.
Yasmine Bleeth also worked as a model and had her own swimwear line, Yaz Wear. From 1998 to 2000, she played the role of Inspector Caitlin Cross in the CBS series Nash Bridges. Meanwhile, Bleeth also appeared as Danielle Stevens in the 1997 TV movie, Crowned and Dangerous.
The actress also starred in the short-lived NBC soap opera Titans in 2000. Despite her success, she joined a rehabilitation clinic in December 2000 to get rid of her cocaine addiction.
Yasmine Bleeth’s charity work and legal issues
The Baywatch The star was the spokesperson for Lee National Denim Day in 1998 and donated the $10,000 cash prize she won on Celebrity danger! in breast cancer research. She was also a spokesperson for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
In September 2001, however, Yasmine was arrested after driving her car off the highway into a median lane. Four syringes containing an injectable form of cocaine and a small plastic bag containing cocaine residue was found in his car. Police also found cocaine and drug paraphernalia in his hotel room.
She pleaded guilty to possession of 25 grams of cocaine and was sentenced to two years probation and 100 hours of community service.
Yasmine Bleeth’s attorney revealed she was undergoing therapy from the founder of the Promises Rehabilitation Clinic, and after completing her probation in January 2004, her record was expunged. She wrote about her cocaine addiction and journey to recovery in an April 2003 issue of Glamour.