Sarah Anne Stewart

Sarah Anne Stewart Net Worth: $1 Million

Sarah Anne Stewart was born on July 20, 1981 in Los Angeles County, California. She is an actress and singer best known for her role as Wendy “Mae” Miller on the sitcom Cheers (1993). Her other television credits include The Practice (2005), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2006) and Grey’s Anatomy (2007).

In 2007 she released her first album, I’m Not There. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and sold over two million copies worldwide. In 2008 she released another album, You’re No Good.

The album peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 and sold over four million copies worldwide.

Stewart starred in the film The Other Woman (2009) opposite Ryan Phillippe and Emma Thompson, which received positive reviews from critics. She also made guest appearances on several TV shows including Modern Family (2010), Glee (2012) and Bones (2013).

She has been married to actor Scott Glenn since October 14, 2004. They have two children together, daughter Madison and son Henry.

She has been nominated for five Golden Globes and has won once. Her popular show Cheers earned her a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical in 1990.

Sources & references used in this article:

Suicide in adolescents: Using life charts to understand the suicidal process by S Fortune, A Stewart, V Yadav, K Hawton – Journal of affective disorders, 2007 – Elsevier

Diagnosing variant Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease: a retrospective analysis of the first 150 cases in the UK by …, C Henry, MA MacLeod, G Stewart… – Journal of Neurology …, 2011 – jnnp.bmj.com

Deliberate self‐harm in adolescents: a study of characteristics and trends in Oxford, 1990–2000 by …, L Bale, A Bond, S Codd, A Stewart – Journal of Child …, 2003 – Wiley Online Library

Access to medicines in remote and rural areas: a survey of residents in the Scottish Highlands & Western Isles by …, A MacRobbie, SA Munoz, S Pfleger, D Stewart – Public Health, 2015 – Elsevier