In the entertainment world, actresses and singers are generally respected because they occupy their own unique space. Although some Hollywood stars claim to be able to dominate the acting and singing professions, only a few of them have proven themselves in both professions, and Cheryl Ladd is one of them. She can sing comfortably and also memorize lines of dialogue with ease, making her one of the most sought-after actresses and singers in the world of entertainment.
Since her appearance in the limelight, the singer’s private life and professional career have always been a topic for her fans. If you are wondering who Cheryl Ladd is, how much she is worth if she actually married David Ladd and if she has a daughter, you will find answers to these questions below.
Cheryl Ladd’s Bio
Although professionally known as Cheryl Ladd, the actress and singer’s real name is Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoore. She was born to a waitress’s mother, Marion Stoppelmoor, and a railroad engineer’s father, Katz Stoppelmoor, on June 12, 1951, in Huron, South Dakota, United States. Ladd has American citizenship and belongs to a mixed ethnic group that includes Germans, distant Irish, and Ashkenazi Jews. She was raised by her parents along with two siblings – Mary Ann Eichman (older sister) and Seth Stoppelmoor (brother).
As for her education, Ladd was a cheerleader during her time at high school, but the name of the institution is not known to the public. Further information about her educational background is not available at this time. Since she developed a strong interest in acting, singing, and dancing from childhood, it is possible that she entered show business immediately after graduating from high school.
The “double threat” was just an ordinary singer until 1970 when she went to Hollywood to live off her talent. At that time she was known as “Cherie Moor”, and one of her earliest projects in Hollywood was the singing voice of Melody in the cartoon series Josie and the Pussycats. Soon after, Ladd began casting non-singing roles in both episodic television series and commercials. She also began appearing as a guest performer on shows such as The Muppet Show, The Rookies, Happy Days, Police Woman, and The Partridge Family. In 1977 she made her breakthrough as Kris in the ABC television series Charlie’s Angels. Cheryl replaced the actress Farrah Fawcett, who left the series to pursue her film career.
During her flourishing career, the actress has appeared in over 15 films and more than sixty television series. As a singer, she boasts an impressive musical timeline, having recorded about five wonderful albums, entitled Josie and the Pussycats (1970), Cheryl Ladd (1978), Dance Forever (1979), Take A Chance (1981) and You Make It Beautiful (1982). The albums were all released under the American record label Capitol Label. Ladd also has about 20 singles released between 1970 and 1982.
Is She Married To David Ladd?
Cheryl Ladd was previously married to David Ladd, an American film producer, and former actor. The couple exchanged their marriage vows in 1973 and divorced seven years later. To this day, Cheryl still bears her husband’s name as her family name. Before the actress entered into marriage with the former actor, David married a woman named Louise Hendricks in 1971 and divorced her in 1972.
David Ladd, a native of Los Angeles, was born on February 5, 1947, like David Alan Ladd. The son of Alan Ladd and Sue Carol, he graduated from Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles and the University of Southern California, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree. Since breaking up with Cheryl, he has married twice. His marital relationship with the American sculptor/actress Dey Young lasted from 1982 to 2012 and was blessed with a daughter named Shane Ladd. He currently lives with Edita Brychta, whom he married in 2017.
Cheryl’s association with David Ladd was blessed with a daughter named Jordan Elizabeth Ladd. She was born on January 17, 1975, in Los Angeles, California. Jordan is a Hollywood actress who is famous for her appearances in several horror movies, including Grace (2009), Death Proof (2007), Cabin Fever (2002), Never Been Kissed (1999), Club Dread (2004). A product of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, she began acting in 1990 and was married to Conor O’Neill from 2001 to 2005.
The 1.80-meter tall actress has net assets of an estimated $10 million, which she allegedly accumulated through her engagements in show business. However, her salary is still under review, but we believe it is commensurate with her celebrity status.