Sheila Kuehl Net Worth

Sheila Kuehl was born on February 09, 1941 in Oklahoma, is a Politician. Discover Sheila Kuehl net worth, Biography, Age, Height, Family and career updates.
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Birth Day February 09, 1941
Birth Place Oklahoma
Birth Sign Aquarius

💰 Net worth

Sheila Kuehl is a well-known politician based in Oklahoma, whose net worth is estimated to be between $100,000 and $1 million in the year 2024. Kuehl has been actively involved in politics, advocating for various causes and working towards making a positive impact in the community. With her extensive experience and dedication to public service, she has earned a respectable net worth, reflecting both her successful career and financial stability.


Politician and former actress best known for becoming California's first openly gay state legislator and first female speaker pro tem for the California State Assembly. She also served in the California State Senate and the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors. She currently has over 20,000 followers on her sjkuehl Facebook account and 10,000 followers on her Twitter account, SheilaKuehl.

She was a child actress and earned her first major role at only 8 years old, on The Penny Williamson Show - a radio program aired from NBC Studios. Her list of acting credits is extensive and includes roles on The Stu Erwin Show and The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, to name a few. At the age of 7, she took up tap dancing.

She began attending college at just 16 years old, and earned her bachelor's degree in English from UCLA. She later graduated from Harvard University Law School as well. She has been a member of the Democratic Party.

She was born to mother Lillian, and father Arthur, who was an airplane construction worker.

As a founding member of the California Legislative LGBT Caucus, she worked closely with politician Antonio Villaraigosa. She contributed to the Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act, which was vetoed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger but later passed by Gavin Newsom.