Valerie C. Robinson is a famous American actress. Furthermore, most of the people know her as the wife of popular American former actor and male model Michael Earl Schoeffling. He is famous for playing Joe in Mermaids and Jake Ryan in Sixteen Candle’s, Kuch in Vision Quest.
Valerie C. Robinson Biography
Mother of 2 children with Her Husband; Who is Her Husband?
Looking at her personal life, she is a married woman. Valerie C Robinson is married to her husband Michael Schoeffling. Her husband Michael is an American former actor and model. The lovely couple celebrates their private wedding ceremony in front of nearest and dearest friends and family members.
Net Worth of Actress Valerie C. Robinson
American Valerie C. Robinson along with her husband has an estimated net worth around $500 thousand. She has earned a good amount of money from her career. Also, her husband is a former wrestler who has earned who has won various national and international awards. Her husband has won the gold medal in freestyle wrestling for the USA and rewarded with $250 thousand. The couple is living happily with each other.
Height of Valerie C. Robinson
Debut in Entertainment Industry in 1997
Speaking to her career, she initially made her screen debut with a small role in the 1977’s TV movie Having Babies II as Terri. Furthermore, in the year 1982, Valerie C Robinson appeared in another TV movie One Shoe Makes It Murder. Additionally, she portrayed the role of Fashion Center Beauty in Over the Brooklyn Bridge. Robinson has also appeared in the TV series Lottery. Not only that she also cast in the movie Patty Hearst for a small role. In the year 2018, she appeared as Frances Ledbetter in Awful. In addition, Robinson also recognized as Valerie Carpenter Bernstein. More about her hubby career, Michael came to international prominence at the age of 23 for his role as Jake Ryan. Furthermore, the popular yet sensitive high school athlete on whom Molly Ringwald’s character has a crush in the teen film Sixteen Candles. Moreover, in the year 2014 for Valentine’s Day twenty years after the film’s American. Schoeffling appeared in eight additional films after Sixteen Candles, including roles in Vision Quest and Mermaids.