Victoria Silvstedt is a Swedish singer and actress, who has enjoyed her career to date. She’s had roles in many successful films like Mamma Mia! but it was the coming of age thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo that propelled Silvstedt into pop culture stardom. Her net worth today stands at an impressive $45 million.
Victoria Silvstedt’s net worth is unknown.
Victoria Silvstedt has a net worth of $15 million and is a Swedish actress, model, singer, and television personality. Victoria is recognized for her roles in comedies such as “The Independent,” “BASEketball,” “Out Cold,” and “Boat Trip,” among others. She has also appeared in a number of European films and television programs, including “My Life with Stars and Stripes” in Italy and “Just for the Record” in the United Kingdom. Silvstedt has also presented several television programs and specials in different countries, as well as releasing a dance music CD in 1999.
Beginnings in Life and Modeling
Victoria Silvstedt was born in Skelleftehamn, Sweden, on September 19, 1974, and reared in Bollnäs. She has a younger brother and an elder sister. Silvstedt used to like horseback riding as a child. Her father, who was the leader of a local ski team, also introduced her to alpine skiing. Silvstedt finished fourth in the Swedish national alpine skiing youth championship in 1989. Her professional skiing career was cut short when she was 16 due to a shoulder injury she sustained in a later competition.
Silvstedt was asked to compete in the Miss Sweden beauty contest after her mother and sister forwarded images of her to pageant authorities. She was selected to represent Sweden in the Miss World competition in Sun City, South Africa, a year later. Silvstedt went on to work for high-profile fashion brands like as Givenchy, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and Christian Dior after signing with a modeling agency in Paris.
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Career as an actor
Silvstedt came to fame as an actress in the 1990s, appearing on series including “Melrose Place,” a primetime soap opera, and “Malibu, California,” a teen comedy. She went on to star in a number of comedies, including “BASEketball,” “The Independent,” “Out Cold,” and “Boat Trip,” among others. Silvstedt has also appeared in a number of European films and television programs, mainly in Italy. She played actress Kim Novak in the Italian films “My Life with Stars and Stripes” and “Un maresciallo in gondola.” She also co-starred with Steven Berkoff in the British mockumentary “Just for the Record.” Meanwhile, Silvstedt appeared in films like “Un’estate al mare,” “Matrimonio alle Bahamas,” and the 2010 French film “Heartbreaker” as a supporting actor. In addition to cinema and television, Silvstedt performed in the off-Broadway show “Pieces (of Ass)” in Los Angeles in 2004.
Reality television and television hosting
Since the 1990s, Silvstedt has presented a variety of international television programmes and specials. She’s hosted shows including “Candid Camera” on CBS, “Eurotrash” on Channel 4, and “Wild On!” on E! Silvstedt started hosting the famous American game show “Wheel of Fortune” in both Italian and French editions in 2006. Later, at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she presented her own program called “Sport by Victoria,” which broadcast on Eurosport. Multiple “Le grand bêtisier” specials on France’s TF1 are among Silvstedt’s other hosting credentials.
“Victoria Silvstedt: My Perfect Life,” a reality television series starring Silvstedt, premiered on E! in 2008. The program follows her across the globe, stopping in destinations like Monaco, Rome, Paris, Stockholm, and Los Angeles to document her business and personal life. Silvstedt later appeared in the Swedish reality show “Stjärnorna p godset” in 2016.
Artist who makes recordings
As a Artist who makes recordings, Silvstedt released her first album, “Girl on the Run,” in 1999. A dance music album, it spawned the singles “Hello Hey,” “Party Line,” and “Rocksteady Love,” and eventually went Gold in Sweden. In 2010, Silvstedt released a fourth single, “Saturday Night,” a cover of a 1992 song by Whigfield. Around this time, Silvstedt announced that she views singing as more of a hobby, and that she doesn’t see herself making a full-time career from it.
Further Modeling and the Playboy Playmate
Hugh Hefner discovered Silvstedt in the mid-90s and asked her to a picture shoot for Playboy magazine in Los Angeles. She was subsequently crowned Playmate of the Month in December 1996, and Playmate of the Year in 1997. Silvstedt has been in several Playboy publications and DVDs since then.
Silvstedt’s international modeling career has continued to flourish. She has worked as a spokesmodel for Guess?, as well as Renault and Nike, and has been featured in Glamour, Maxim, Vanity Fair, and GQ, among other publications. Silvstedt has been on more than 500 magazine covers in all.
Designing and Personal Life
Silvstedt married American news journalist Chris Wragge in June of 2000, after meeting him the year before when he interviewed her on “Entertainment Tonight.” In 2009, the couple divorced.
Silvstedt, who has an interest in fashion design, debuted her own lingerie line, Very Victoria Silvstedt, during one of London Fashion Weeks in 2006. In conjunction with the Marie Meili brand, the brand was made available for sale in 2013.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Victoria Silvstedt famous?
A: Victoria Silvstedt is one of the most famous Swedish actresses. She has been in many movies and TV shows, including a part on Nip Tuck.
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Is Victoria Silvestre married?
A: She is not married.