Karen Sheperd Net Worth

Karen Sheperd was born on November 12, 1961 in  Greeley, Colorado, United States, is Stunts, Actress, Miscellaneous Crew. Karen Sheperd is an American actress in film, television and theatre. Her recurring guest-star role as "The Enforcer" on television's "Hercules, The Legendary Journeys", opposite Kevin Sorbo, received the highest ratings ever for the entire series. Karen recently appeared on "Criminal Minds" with Joe Mantegna. She starred in Angelina Jolie's first film, "Cyborg 2". Karen began starring in action films, performing her own fight-stunts after becoming the first woman to be officially rated the #1 World Black Belt Forms Champion. Invited into the stunt community for her superb fight abilities, Karen worked for a short time performing fights on shows like "Buffy The Vampire Slayer", "Angel" and "Walker, Texas Ranger". No longer working as a stunt performer, Karen has returned to her acting roots and now focuses on her passion for acting. When not filming, Karen acts on stage and has received rave reviews for her lead roles in plays such as "Summer and Smoke" by Tennessee Williams and "In The Boom Boom Room" by David Rabe.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Stunts, Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day November 12, 1961
Birth Place  Greeley, Colorado, United States
Age 59 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Martial artist, stunt double, actress
Years active 1981–present
Website http://www.karensheperd.com

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1979

Sheperd was the first woman to be officially rated #1 World Karate Champion in forms, a title she held for two years, 1979 and 1980. Before 1979, separate ratings existed for female fighters but not for female forms competitors. Often competing against a field of men, Sheperd believed more women would compete if they had a title to compete for. Sheperd organized a petition to establish the title and garnered the support of tournament promoters to begin offering a separate forms division for female competitors. The Editor of Karate Illustrated Magazine, Renardo Barden, established the first official ratings for female forms competitors in 1979. Having gained the highest accumulated 1st place points on the Karate competition circuit, Sheperd achieved the #1 rating by Karate Illustrated Magazine for 1979 and 1980.

1980

Sheperd was the first woman to ever win the Grand Championship title over all male and female forms competitors at the US Open Battle of the Superstars at the Bayfront Center in St. Petersburg, Florida on November 1, 1980. Her victory with her signature chain whip was featured on "The World of People" television show.

1981

As the nation's top-rated woman, Karen Sheperd continued her dominance by defeating Belinda Davis, Cynthia Rothrock and Lori Clapper in Women's Black Belt Forms at the Diamond Nationals on May 2, 1981 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1992

In 1992 Sheperd was voted the "Most Popular Female Martial Arts Superstar" by readers of Inside Kung Fu Magazine. In 1997 Sheperd was inducted into the prestigious Black Belt Hall of Fame as "Woman of the Year". In 2002, she was inducted into the Martial Arts History Museum Hall of Fame.