Valerie Bertinelli Networth: 2022
$ 20 million.
Who is Valerie Bertinelli?
She is probably better known for her two Golden Globe nominations for her performance in the sitcom “One Day at a Time” (1975–1984). Valerie was also a guest star in the television shows “Café Americain” (1993–1994), “Touched by an Angel” (2001–2003), & “Hot in Cleveland” (2010–2015). She began hosting “Valerie’s Home Cooking” on the Food Network in 2015.
She began hosting “Valerie’s Home Cooking” on the Food Network in 2015 and has published two cookbooks,
- “One Dish at a Time: Mouthwatering Recipes and Stories from My Italian-American Childhood and Beyond” (2012)
2. “Valerie’s Home Cooking: In this book, there are More Than 100 Delightful Recipes to Share with Friends and Family” (2017).
Bertinelli wrote “Losing It: And Recovering My Life One Pound at a Time” in 2008 and “Finding It: And Satisfying My Hunger for Life Without Opening the Fridge” in 2009.
Valerie Anne Bertinelli was born in Wilmington, Delaware, on April 23, 1960. She grew up with her mother Nancy, father Andrew (a General Motors executive), and brothers Patrick, David, and Drew in Claymont, Oklahoma City, Delaware, Shreveport, Louisiana, Clarkston, Michigan, and Los Angeles, California.
She also had a brother, Mark, when he was 17 months old, he died due to accidental poisoning, before Valerie was born. Bertinelli attended Granada Hills High School and the Tami Lynn School of Artists. From 1971 to 1979.
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Valerie guest-starred in 1974 as a guest role in an episode of the CBS drama “Apple’s Way,”, After that producer Norman Lear quickly invited her to audition for the new sitcom “One Day at a Time.”
At the age of 15, she was cast as Barbara Cooper and became a television personality. “One Day at a Time” ran for nine seasons and Bertinelli appeared on CBS’s “The One Day at a Time Reunion” in 2005 with co-stars Mackenzie Phillips, Bonnie Franklin, and Pat Harrington, Jr. Valerie appeared on:
- “Battle of the Network Stars III” (1977),
- “The Hardy Boys” (1978),
- “C.H.O.M.P.S.” (1979),
- and “Fridays” (1981–1982),
- as well as the t.v. films “Young Love, First Love” (1979),
- “The Promise of Love” (1980),
- “The Princess and the Cabbie” (1981),
- “I Was a Mail Order Bride” (1982),
- “I Was a Mail Order Bride” (1984).
- “Silent Witness” (1985),
- “Ordinary Heroes” (1986),
- “Rockabye” (1986), and
- “Taken Away” (1989),
- as well as the 1987 miniseries “I’ll Take Manhattan.”
Nomination & Awards:
Bertinelli has been nominated for three Golden Globes, winning in 1981 and 1982 for her performance in “One Day at a Time” as Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television. For “Valerie’s Home Cooking,” she won Daytime Emmy Awards in 2019 for Outstanding Culinary Host and Outstanding Culinary Program, and the show was also nominated in 2018 and 2020.
Valerie was nominated for a TV Land Award for Favorite Singing Siblings in 2005 (co-nominated with Mackenzie Phillips) for “One Day at a Time,” and she was named Lady You Want to Watch Fight for Her Life in a Movie of the Week in 2007.
Bertinelli got a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Comedienne in 1981 for “One Day at a Time,” and the ensemble of “Hot in Cleveland” won a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series in 2011. In 2012, she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Who is Valerie Bertinelli’s husband?
Valerie married Eddie Van Halen on April 11, 1981, and they had their first child, Wolfgang, on March 16, 1991. Bertinelli and Van Halen divorced in 2001 and finalized their divorce in December 2007.
Valerie has said that Eddie’s addiction to drugs and failure to quit smoking after his diagnosis of mouth cancer were major factors in the divorce. Bertinelli married financial advisor Tom Vitale on January 1, 2011, and she now serves as the stepmother to his four children.
Unfortunately, Van Halen passed away in October 2020 led to a long cancer battle, and Valerie and Wolfgang were with him when he died.
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