Chelsea Field net worth, wiki, bio, love affair, husband, kids.

Chelsea Field is a versatile actress and dancer who has starred in a variety of films and television shows. She is best known for her roles as Teela, the fearless warrior woman in the cult classic Masters of the Universe, and as Sarah Hallenbeck, the estranged wife of Bruce Willis’ character in the action comedy The Last Boy Scout. She has also appeared in horror films such as Prison, Death Spa and The Dark Half, and in family-friendly movies such as Andre and Flipper. She also played Rita Devereaux, a lawyer and the love interest of Scott Bakula’s character on NCIS: New Orleans. Field is married to Bakula in real life, and they have two children together. Field began her career as a Solid Gold Dancer, and has showcased her dancing skills on several occasions, such as in the musical comedy I’ll Do Anything. She is a talented and charming performer who can handle drama, comedy and action with equal ease.

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Early Life

Kimberly A. Botfield was born on the 27th of May, 1957, in Glendale, California USA. Born to Wil Botfield, little is known about Field’s early life and the movie star has been quiet about her early associations. Born and raised in Glendale, California, Field went to Crescenta Valley High School in La Crescenta, California, as a young child and matriculated in 1975. Not much is known about her further academic qualifications.

Veteran actress Chelsea Field

Professional Career

While Field was interested in acting from a very young age, she was not ready to put dancing behind her. Things eventually worked out in her favor as Field got her debut role in 1984 as a dancer in the TV series, Glitter. She made a couple of other appearances in 1985 including movies like Perfect and Commando. However, her breakout role came in 1987 when Field was cast as Teela in the 1987 movie, Masters of the Universe. The movie proved to be a huge hit for Field who used the momentum generated by its success to propel her career forward. She also made her TV debut the same year and played a part in the American anthology series, CBS Summer Playhouse.

Since then, Field has landed her fair share of movie and TV roles. Over the years, Field has been seen in various roles in movies like Prison (1987), Skin Deep (1989), Death Spa (1989), Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991), The Last Boy Scout (1991), Dust Devil (1992), The Dark Half (1993), Extreme Justice (1993), Snapdragon (1993), and The Wrong Woman (1995). Roles died down for Field at the turn of the new decade and she was last seen in the skin of Jeanne for the 2006 movie, Just Add Water.

Field has had more success in TV than movies and has been a part of a fair share of TV series and films including, Just Temporary (1989), Capital News (1990), Murder C.O.D. (1990), An Inconvenient Woman (1991), Complex of Fear (1993), Dream On (1993), Royce (1994), Tales from the Crypt (1994), The Bachelor’s Baby (1996), Cold Case (2004), Borderline Murder (2011), Memphis Beat (2011), and Secrets and Lies (2016). Field’s longest-running appearance came in 2017 when she was cast in NCIS: New Orleans. She is currently working on the series.

Net Worth

 Chelsea Field has an estimated net worth of $10 million. She has earned a significant amount of her wealth from her acting career, which spans over three decades and includes various roles in films and television shows. She is also married to Scott Bakula, who has a net worth of $20 million, so she might share some of his wealth as well.

Personal Life

Marriage and Children

Chelsea Field is happily married to Scott Bakula, a famous actor and director who is known for his roles in Quantum Leap, Star Trek: Enterprise, and NCIS: New Orleans. The couple tied the knot in 2009, after dating for more than a decade. They have two sons together, Owen and Wil, who were born in 1991 and 1995 respectively. Chelsea and Scott also have two stepchildren from Scott’s previous marriage to Krista Neumann, Chelsy and Cody.

How did they meet?

Chelsea and Scott in 1993 while they were filming the movie Passion to Kill. They had an instant chemistry and attraction, but they did not act on it right away. Scott was still married to his first wife at the time, and Chelsea was also in a relationship. They remained friends and kept in touch until they both became single. They started dating in 1996 and moved in together shortly after.

Working together

Chelsea and Scott have collaborated on several projects over the years, both on-screen and off-screen. They have appeared together in films like A Passion to Kill (1994) and NCIS: New Orleans (2014-present). Chelsea has also supported Scott’s work as an actor, director, and producer. They have also co-founded a production company called Bakula Productions.

Balancing their Family Life

Chelsea and Scott have managed to balance their busy careers with their family life, thanks to their mutual respect and support. They have raised their children in a loving and stable environment, and have also maintained a close bond with their stepchildren. They have also been involved in various charitable causes, such as animal welfare, environmental protection, and education. They enjoy spending quality time together, whether it’s traveling, hiking, or watching movies. They have also celebrated their milestones together, such as their 10th wedding anniversary in 2019.

Wiki/Bio Facts

Full nameChelsea Field
Birth nameKimberly A. Botfield
Birth dateMay 27, 1957
Birth placeGlendale, California, U.S.
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorDark Brown
Height5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
Years active1984–present
Relationship StatusCommitted
Marita StatusMarried
SpouseScott Bakula (m. 2009)
First major film roleTeela in Masters of the Universe (1987)
First major TV roleSamantha ‘Sam’ Sullivan in Nightingales (1989)
Current TV roleRita Devereaux in NCIS: New Orleans (2017-2021)
Other notable film rolesKatherine Walker in Prison (1987), Sarah Hallenbeck in The Last Boy Scout (1991), Annie Pangborn in The Dark Half (1993), Cathy in Flipper (1996)
Other notable TV rolesCassy Swann in Capital News (1990), Michelle Dolan in Complex of Fear (1993), Rae Dawn Snow in Angel Falls (1993), Ellen Sanders in The Birds II: Land’s End (1994)

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