Cheryl Smith Net Worth

Cheryl Smith was born on June 06, 1955 in  Los Angeles, California, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith is an actress quite familiar to genre film fans. With leads in "B" pictures and meaty smaller parts in more major ones, her career showed great promise in the 1970s. Alas, it was not meant to be . . . the lure of hard drugs was to bring tragedy to the lovely and talented "Rainbeaux" (a nickname given her for being a mainstay at L.A.'s Rainbow Club, a popular spot for musicians). She was once a member of the legendary girl band The Runaways, but heroin plagued her life for many years and caused her to contract hepatitis, which ultimately killed her. She is the mother of a son, allegedly sired by a member of the rock band The Animals.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day June 06, 1955
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Died On October 25, 2002(2002-10-25) (aged 47)\nLos Angeles, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Cancer
Other names Cheryl Rainbeaux Cheryl RX Smith Cheryl Rainbeaux Smith Rainbeaux Smith
Occupation Actress
Years active 1971–1983
Agent David-Rifkin Agency

💰 Net worth: $15 Million

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Smith was born in Los Angeles, California. Her first film appearance was in the short The Birth of Aphrodite, after a friend of her mother suggested her for the role. This led to supporting roles in other films, including the cult classic B-movies Caged Heat, Phantom of the Paradise, The Swinging Cheerleaders, Revenge of the Cheerleaders, The Pom Pom Girls, The Incredible Melting Man, Laserblast and a cameo role in Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke. Perhaps her most striking role in a major release was in a violent bedroom scene opposite a near unknown Sylvester Stallone in the 1975 version of the Phillip Marlowe classic Farewell My Lovely starring Robert Mitchum. Her starring debut was in the cult horror film Lemora.


Cheryl Smith died in the early morning hours on October 25, 2002 of complications from liver disease and hepatitis after a two-decade struggle with heroin addiction.