Jean Smart in Bikini – Body, Height, Weight, Nationality, Net Worth, and More

Biography - A Short Wiki

An American actress, Jean Smart, initialized her career from regional theatre and appeared in the BROADWAY, where she played the role of Marlene Dietrich in the play PIAF. Between 1986 to 1991, she played the lead role as Charlene Frazier Stillfield on the CBS sitcom DESIGNING WOMEN.

Career Highlights

Here is a short summary of Jean Smart's career:

She has begun her acting career by performing in theatre productions throughout the Pacific West. In the mid-1970s, she acted in the BROADWAY, playing the lead role as Marlene Dietrich in PIAF. Besides working in the theatre, she started working in the television, where she did several shows and movies such as REGGIE, TEACHERS ONLY, MAXIMUM SECURITY, SINGLE BARS SINGLE WOMEN between the late 70s and early 80s.

Family and Personal Life

While working on the comedy series DESIGNING WOMEN, she met actor Richard Gilliland and soon fell in love and married. They together have a daughter Bonnie Kathleen and a son Connor Douglas. We all expect her to have a beautiful life with her family.

Family Information
Husband's/Spouse's NameRichard Billiland
Children/KidsYes (Bonny Kathleen, Connor Douglas)
Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)N/A
Civil StatusMarried

Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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More Interesting Facts
Full/Real NameJean Elizabeth Smart
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)72 years
Date of BirthSeptember 13, 1951
Place of BirthSeattle
Height1.76 m, 5 feet 9 inches
Weight58 kg, 128 lbs
Net Worth / Wealth$5 million
OccupationActor, Actress

Height, Weight, and Age

Jean Smart's height is above average measuring 1.76 m. The actor weighs 58 kg. Being born on September 13, 1951, translates to an age of 72 years as of todays date (May 22, 2024).


"My father was my hero. I can't say enough about him and everything he did for me and my family."

Jean Smart

"Lately, I just let myself eat it more because I think, 'Oh, my God, a piece of cheese tastes so good'. I think it's your body telling you something."

Jean Smart

"I quit smoking the day I found out I was pregnant, which was nine years ago. But I'll still smoke in a movie. I have other vices, you know, like potato chips and chardonnay - but not together."

Jean Smart

"I love doing drama as much as I love doing comedy."

Jean Smart

"To me, pause is sometimes the most important, most effective moment in a film or play or anything."

Jean Smart