• Kerri Green is an actress who starred in mid-80s films, most notably "The Goonies" and "Summer Rental"
• She left acting in the 90s, but returned for a brief period in the 2000s and since 2012 has been living a simple life with her husband and two children in New York
• She is currently focused on working behind the scenes, as she owns and runs the film production company Independent Women Artists
• She has a net worth of $2 million and resides in Los Angeles, California
• She is not active on any social media platforms
Where is “The Goonies” actress Kerri Green now?
Kerri Green, the star of mid- ‘80s teenage films; you probably know her from “The Goonies” and “Summer Rental”, but what has happened to her since then? Actually she first left acting in the ‘90s, though returned briefly in the 2000s, and since 2012 has been living a simple life with her husband and their two children in New York. Although she doesn’t appear on screen anymore, she is focused on working behind the scenes, as she owns and runs the film production company Independent Women Artists.
Kerri Green Wiki: Early Life and EducationOf course you want to learn more about Kerri, from her birth to her most recent endeavors, so stay with us and we will share all there is to know about Kerri with you. Kerri Lee Green was born on the 14th January 1967, in Fort Lee, New Jersey USA, but spent her childhood in Woodcliff Lake. From an early age Kerri was interested in acting, and once she hit Pascack Hills High School, she started attending drama classes. Following her matriculation, Kerri broke into acting, postponing her further education, but enrolled at Vassar College in 1994, where she studied art. During her college years, she roomed with Ken Levine, the developer of the highly popular video game series “BioShock”, and with Marisa Tomei’s brother Adam.
Career Beginnings and Rise to Prominence
It was in 1984 that Kerri made the choice that acting would become her profession; instead of attending summer camp like the rest of her friends, she opted out for an audition. Steven Spielberg himself saw her at the audition for “The Goonies”, and gave her the role of Andy, a cheerleader turned adventurer. The film became a complete success, launching Kerri and her co-stars Sean Astin, Corey Feldman and Jeff Cohen to stardom. After her successful debut, Kerri continued with further success through the late ‘80s, first starring in the comedy film “Summer Rental” in 1985, next to John Candy and Richard Crenna, while in 1986 she was Maggie in the romantic comedy film “Lucas”, co-starring Corey Haim and Charlie Sheen. Kerri became rather popular with teenage girls, thanks to her portrayals of carefree-adventurous type, however, the next film – “Three for the Road” – wasn’t as well-received as her other projects, and Kerri then decided to focus more on her education, rather than becoming dependent on the success of films in which she appeared.
Career Decline and Retirement
During the mid-‘90s she became more focused on education, but still remained active as an actress, but appearing only in minor roles in such TV series and films as “In the Heat of the Night” (1990), “The Burden of Proof” in 1992, then “Mad About You”, also in 1992, while in 1993 she portrayed Tori Patterson in the television film “Tainted Blood”, starring next to Raquel Welch and Alley Mills. She graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Vassar College, and then returned full-time to the entertainment industry, but this time focused on working behind the scenes, starting her own filmmaking company named Independent Women Artists. She produced, wrote and directed one film under her company, entitled “Bellyfruit” in 1999, starring Tamara LaSeon Bass, Tonatzin Mondragon and Kelly Vint Castro, but also returned to acting with the start of the 2000s, in a minor role in the crime-drama series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” in 2001, and the role of Beth Wilkensen in the film “Complacent” in 2010, but without notable success, and so decided to retire permanently from acting.
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— Kerri Green (@GreenKerri123) March 22, 2015
Kerri Green Net Worth
Kerri enjoyed success in the ‘80s during which time she earned a big part of her net worth. Though she has been away from the public scene for quite some time, her work behind the scenes has also contributed to her wealth. So, have you ever wondered how rich Kerri Green is, as of mid- 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Green’s net worth is as high as $2 million, which is still pretty impressive.
Kerri Green Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children
What do you know about Kerri’s personal life? Not much we assume, due to her secretive nature. Well, never fear, because we are here. When it comes to her private life, Kerri married in the late ‘90s, but due to her quite secretive nature, there aren’t many details about it, including the identity of her husband, and when and where their wedding ceremony was held. All we know for now is that Kerri has two children with her life partner, and that they reside in Los Angeles, California. Hopefully, more information will be made available in the near future.
Kerri avoids sharing details from her personal life with her fans, and avoids being seen publicly; this includes social media platforms. She doesn’t have an active social media account, as she now tends to keep herself away from the spotlight. Hopefully, she changes her mind in the future, and starts sharing events from her personal life and career with her fans.