Jennifer Lyons Net Worth

Jennifer Lyons was born on February 27, 1972 in  California, United States, is Actress, Miscellaneous Crew. Jennifer Lyons is a face you may have seen over the last decade and a half. Whether it's TV, Film, or modeling for an L.A. based popular Lingerie company. She stays busy enjoying the roller coaster ride of the Entertainment business. She was born in Pasadena, California to a family of entertainers. Her Father is a Flamenco Guitarist, her Mother a Principal, and her Grandparents were a Vaudeville team. She was truly inspired by her Movie Star Uncle James Best, known for The Dukes of Hazzard, who she recently starred in the film The Return of The Killer Shrews with. Her love for performing was apparent from a very young age, when she would dance for her family while her dad played guitar! She went on to study dance for 17 years and perform in Europe and China. Her love for the stage broadened into musical theatre in High School and College. Not too soon after, she landed a recurring role on NBC's California Dreams as a Ballet dancer. Her career has continued to broaden into roles on TV shows, commercials, and film. More than anything she loves comedy.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day February 27, 1972
Birth Place  California, United States
Died On January 19, 2010(2010-01-19) (aged 37)\nSublimity, Oregon, U.S.
Birth Sign Virgo
Television Survivor: Palau

💰 Net worth: $1.5 Million

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Jennifer Lyon was born in Nevada, but grew up in Washington and The Dalles, Oregon. She enjoyed hiking, playing soccer, and photography. At the age of 18, Jennifer learned Spanish when she participated in the foreign exchange program around 1990. After graduating from high school, Jennifer spent a year in Spain and two years in London working as a nanny. When Jennifer returned to the U.S., she attended Portland State University and spent a year there until she later attended Western Oregon State College before she was sent to Oregon State University. She later received a Bachelor of Science Degree in nutrition and food management.


In 2004, Lyon was selected for Survivor: Palau, the tenth overall season of Survivor. The season aired in Spring 2005. The game started with all 20 players on the same beach. During the tribe division, she was chosen by Gregg Carey to be on the Koror tribe. She in turn picked Coby Archa to join the tribe. Koror ended up being the dominant tribe, winning every tribal immunity challenge. During this time she developed a showmance with Carey. She also developed a rivalry with Ulong member Stephenie LaGrossa, who was constantly beating her in challenges. Eventually, LaGrossa, the last remaining Ulong, was absorbed into Koror, but Lyon outlasted her when LaGrossa was voted out in seventh place. At the Final Four, when Lyon was expected to be voted out, she convinced Tom Westman to vote for Ian Rosenberger for thinking about betraying their alliance, while Rosenberger and Katie Gallagher, the only other players left, voted for Lyon. A re-vote was unsuccessful in breaking the tie, so Lyon was put in the first ever Final Four fire making tie-breaker challenge against Rosenberger. She lost the challenge, which put her on the jury. At the Final Tribal Council, she gave her vote to Westman to win the game.


In 2005, while living in Encino, California, Lyon was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer, and subsequently began blogging about her disease and treatment. Lyon got involved with the Me and My Two Friends Foundation, which focuses on the early detection and prevention of breast cancer through education and awareness. It was founded by Alisa Unger, who designed jewelry and planned to donate a portion of the proceeds to fund breast cancer education projects. In 2006, Lyon was the grand marshal for the 11th annual Walk for the Cause, a breast cancer fundraiser in Albany, New York. In December 2009, Lyon opened a Christmas tree lot with her boyfriend Dion, Mother and father Larry and Jane Lyon and her two nephews Tyler Lyon and Mikel Lyon and donated all the profits to the Susan Love Cancer Research Foundation. In January she moved to a spot on the Hood River in Oregon.


On January 19, 2010, Lyon died from cancer, which had come back from remission and had metastasized to the bone. She was the first cast member of Survivor to die. The special Surviving Survivor, which aired Thursday, February 4, 2010, just over two weeks after her death, was dedicated to her memory. The reunion episode of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains showed a video montage of moments from Lyon's appearance on Survivor: Palau.