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Between dealing with her ex, his new wife, and her three children, including her pregnant cheerleader daughter and her football player boyfriend, 3 Estimated Net Worth: $2 Million.

She had a recurring role on Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000) portraying the character of Vicki Appleby the popular freshman cheerleader who spent seven minutes in heaven with the ultimate geek, Bill Haverchuck (Martin Starr).ran from 2001-2007 and featured Reba Mc Entire as Reba Hart, a single mother with three children whose dentist ex-husband left her to marry his dental hygienist.It may have only lasted six seasons, but it continually topped viewer ratings for the networks and set a new all-time viewership record for any program on the WB’s Friday night lineup.Reba meets with an old high school flame, goes out on a date and has a great time.Now, she can't remember why in the world she broke up with him all those years ago.She started her career in commercials and in 1995 made her big-screen debut in .

She was then featured in a few TV series before landing the role as Barbra Jean Booker Hart, the dental hygienist and new wife to Brock Hart that Reba has to continuously contend with.

She has gone to appear in several other series and starred on the ABC comedy , Steve Howey as Van Montgomery definitely stole the show with his perfect portrayal of the stereotypical brainless jock.

His naivety and innocence made for some really hilarious interactions and moments, and helped boost Howey’s career.

(1993–96), Vicki Appleby in Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000), and Cheyenne Hart-Montgomery on The WB/CW sitcom Reba (2001–07).

She has also gained popularity with her acting roles in Privileged (2008–09), Better with You (2010–11), Animal Practice (2012), Once Upon a Time (2013–18) and The Astronaut Wives Club (2015).

Howey has also appeared in the films Supercross, DOA: Dead or Alive, Bride Wars, Game Over, Man! Howey has guest-starred on various TV shows including ER (1994) and The Drew Carey Show The X-files season 5 episode 8 (1995).