Valerie Bertinelli Net Worth

Valerie Bertinelli Net Worth: Does She Still Work For Food Network?

Actress Valerie Anne Bertinelli was born on April 23, 1960. Two Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and a SAG Award nomination are just some of the honors she has received for her efforts in television acting and presenting. For her contribution to the entertainment industry, she received a star on Hollywood Boulevard in 2012.

One Day at a Time, for which Bertinelli won two Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film, was her first big break as an actress. She went on to star in the religious drama series Touched by an Angel (2001–2003) and the sitcom Hot in Cleveland (2010–2015), both of which earned her a SAG Award nomination.

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Valerie Bertinelli’s Early Life

She was born Valerie Anne Bertinelli on the 23rd of April in Wilmington, Delaware on the name Valerie Bertinelli. Mother Nancy and father Andrew (a General Motors executive) raised her along with her brothers Patrick (a GM executive), David (a GM executive), and Drew (a GM executive).

A 17-month-old son of Valerie’s parents died of accidental poisoning before Valerie was born. After graduating from Granada Hills High School and Tami Lynn School of Artists, in 1971, Bertinelli worked for Tami Lynn as a manager for the duration of her career.

In addition to Valerie’s Home Cooking (2015–present) and Kids Baking Championship (2015–present), which she presented for Food Network and won two Daytime Emmy Awards for, Bertinelli has also hosted various other programs for the network. Bertinelli secured a new contract with Food Network in December 2021. From 1981 to 2007, Bertinelli was married to Eddie Van Halen, with whom she had a son, Wolfgang. She married Tom Vitale in 2011 but divorced him two years later in 2021.

Valerie Bertinelli’s Personal Life

Her son Wolfgang was born on March 16, 1991; she married Eddie Van Halen on April 11, 1981. Bertinelli and Van Halen divorced in 2007 after separating in 2001. Eddie and Valerie got divorced because of his drug addiction and refusal to quit smoking despite being diagnosed with mouth cancer, according to Valerie.

Bertinelli is now the stepmother to Tom Vitale’s four children, whom she married on January 1, 2011, and who she shares with him. It was with great sadness that Van Halen passed away in October 2020 after a lengthy fight with cancer, with his family by his side.

When she lost 40 pounds on Jenny Craig, Bertinelli starred in an ad for the weight loss program. On behalf of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, she participated in the 2010 Boston Marathon, crossing the finish line in 5 minutes, and 14 seconds. When Valerie appeared on Who Do You Think You Are? in 2014, she learned that she is a direct descendant of King Edward I.

Valerie Bertinelli’s Net Worth

The net worth of Valerie Bertinelli, an American actress, is $20 million dollars. Many of Bertinelli’s television performances and her marriage to Eddie Van Halen have added significantly to her accumulated wealth. One Day at a Time (1975–1984), in which she starred and won two Golden Globes, is possibly her most well-known role. Besides “Café Americain,” “Touched by an Angel,” and “Hot in Cleveland,” Valerie has appeared in numerous other television shows.

Valerie Bertinelli’s Career

When Valerie appeared on an episode of Apple’s Way on CBS in 1974, producer Norman Lear urged her to audition for his new sitcom One Day at a Time. At the age of 15, she was cast as Barbara Cooper and became a TV sensation. During the nine seasons of “One Day at a Time,” Bertinelli appeared on “The One Day at a Time Reunion” on CBS with co-stars Mackenzie Phillips, Bonnie Franklin, and Pat Harrington, Jr.  “Sydney” co-starred Matthew Perry and ran for 13 episodes on CBS in 1990, with Bertinelli playing the lead role.

As Holly Aldridge, she appeared on NBC’s “Café Americain” from 1993 to 1994 and later acted in the television movies “The Haunting of Helen Walker” (1995) and “Two Mothers for Zachary” (1995). “Touched by an Angel” ran from 2001 to 2003, and Valerie provided her voice for the animated Fox comedy “Family Guy” in 2001 when she played an angel named Gloria. A cameo appearance as herself in the 2004 film “Saved!” and an appearance on ABC’s “Boston Legal” in 2008 were two of her previous television appearances.

Valerie Bertinelli Created Her Food Network Series ‘Valerie’s Home Cooking’ In 2015

‘Valerie’s Home Cooking’ in 2015
‘Valerie’s Home Cooking’ in 2015

Valerie’s Home Cooking premiered on the Food Network in 2015, following the end of Hot in Cleveland. When she appeared on “Hot in Cleveland,” she said, “the culinary show was going to be a great summer activity.” Once Hot in Cleveland was dropped, she continued to host her cooking show, which was a huge success.

Valerie’s Home Cooking earned Bertinelli a total of two Daytime Emmy nominations. Additionally, she’s been on other Food Network shows, such as Kids Baking Championship and Food Network Star

Hungry, a new NBC sitcom starring Demi Lovato has the 62-year-old collaborating with the singer. Bertinelli and Lovato will play a mother-daughter team coping with challenges related to food in the show.

Valerie Bertinelli Has Also Written Several Books

As part of Jenny Craig’s nutrition program, Bertinelli opened out about her connection with food. In her autobiography, Losing It: And Gaining My Life Back One Pound at a Time, published in 2007, she discussed her weight loss struggles. She followed that up with Finding It: And Satisfying My Hunger for Life Without Opening the Fridge two years later.

Valerie’s Home Cooking: More than 100 Delicious Recipes to Share with Friends and Family and One Dish at a Time: Delicious Recipes and Stories from My Italian-American Childhood and Beyond are two of Bertinelli’s best-known volumes. Enough Already: Learning to Love the Way I Am Today was released in January 2022.

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