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Alison Sweeney Net Worth

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Net Worth$9 Million
Full NameAlison Sweeney
Date of BirthSep 19, 1976
Birth PlaceUnited States of America

Alison Sweeney Salary What is Alison Sweeney’s salary for hosting The Biggest Loser? $45,000 per episode Alison Sweeney is an American actress, and reality show host she has a net worth of $7 million. Alison Sweeney has earned her net worth from her long time role as Samantha “Sami” Gene Brady on the long running NBC soap opera, Days of our Lives. In the role of Sami she has won four Soap Opera digest Awards, as well as a Fan Voted Daytime Emmy Award. She started on the Days of our Lives show, on January 6; 1993. Alison became the host of NBC’s reality show The Biggest Loser in 2007 replacing Caroline Rhea. She was surprised at how good she felt to help cheer on contestants and share their victories. Her very first acting role was in a television advertisement for Kodak, when she was only five. Alison was born in Los Angeles, California on September 19, 1976; she has been married to California highway patrolman David Sanov since 2000. They have two children, a son born in February 2005 and a daughter born in January 2009, and currently reside in Los Angles. David Sanov once played the role of a police officer on Days of our lives. On October 5, 1986, Alison played the role of Karen, a young girl who could sense when others were going to die, on an episode of Tales from the Darkside. Then in 1988 she appeared on the ABC sitcom Family Man; however this show had a short run on TV before getting canceled. In 2004 Alison wrote a memoir titled all The Days of May Life (So Far), in which she described her struggle with her weight, including her personal anguish at being bigger than her television peers, as well as all the tabloid tales about what she was going through. She appeared on a celebrity episode of Fear Factor a NBC reality game show in 2002, she also appeared on other NBC shows like Friends and Las Vegas. She was a co-host of the 2007 Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, she returned to co-host in the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 telethons. This year she helped raise more than $61 million dollars for the MDA cause during the telethon. Not bad for a 6 hour show. In November 2011 she will be the star and executive producer of the upcoming TV Guide Network’s Hollywood Mom’s Club. In addition to struggles with her weight Sweeney has also been a long-time allergy sufferer. She has to own website that is dedicated to fitness and health for moms; on the site you will find information about her latest book The Mommy Diet. Also on her site she will also keep you updated about what she is up too, details from TBL latest episode as well as a seek peek at what coming up this season, and her adventures on the set of Days of our Lives. In addition to her work on Days, she also gives you some backstage talk with some of the other members of the Day’s cast. Find out if or when your favorite character will be returning to the show.Alison Sweeney (born Alison Ann Sweeney; September 19, 1976) is an American dramatic actress and reality show host. Sweeney is best known for her portrayal of Samantha “Sami” Brady Hernandez on NBC’s long running Days of our Lives, a role she has played under contract with the show since January 6, 1993. In this role, she has earned four Soap Opera Digest Awards and a Fan Voted Daytime Emmy Award. In 2007, she became the host of The Biggest Loser.
Her television debut was at age five in a Kodak advertisement. A few years later, she was in an episode of Tales from the Darkside. The episode, titled I Can’t Help Saying Goodbye, first aired on October 5, 1986. She played the part of a young girl named Karen who could sense when others were going to die shortly before their deaths. In 1988 she appeared on the short-lived ABC sitcom Family Man.
On January 22, 1993, Sweeney first appeared in the role of Samantha “Sami” Gene Brady in the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives-a show of which she was a fan.
In the 1990s, Sweeney struggled with her weight. She eventually was a dress size 12, not obese by medical standards, but still larger than her television peers. She documented all the tabloid talk and personal anguish in her 2004 memoir, All The Days of My Life (So Far).
In 2002, she appeared on a celebrity episode of the NBC reality game show Fear Factor. She has appeared in other NBC shows such as Friends and Las Vegas. In 2007, she joined the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon as a co-host for the live television broadcast. She returned to her co-hosting duties for the 2008, 2009, and 2010 telethons.

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