Do you know the Thelma from good times net worth?
Read on as we discover more things about Bernnadette Stanis aka Thelma.
December 22, 1953 (age 66)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Other names||BernNadette Stanis|
|Known for||Thelma Evans – Good Times|
(m. 1974; div. 1978)Darnell Johnson
Stanis is best known for her role as Thelma Ann Evans–Anderson, the only daughter of Florida and James Evans Sr. on the CBS sitcom Good Times which originally ran from 1974 to 1979.
Stanis is the author of four books: Situations 101: Relationships, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly; For Men Only; Situations 101: Finances; and The Last Night.
The career of Bern Nadette Stanis
Stanis played the role of Thelma Ann Evans on the CBS sitcom Good Times from February 1974 to August 1979.
After the series ended, she made appearances on television shows including The Cosby Show and What’s Happening Now!!.
She and former co-star Jimmie Walker lent their voices to a radio spot for AT&T, and Stanis went on to do a Nationwide Insurance commercial.
Stanis has been featured in promotions for the TV One network, and in a “Thelma” promotion that aired September 19, 2009, alongside actress Anna Maria Horsford in the “Battle of the Thelmas” that aired their weddings from their respective TV series.
(Horsford portrayed “Thelma Frye” in the TV series Amen.)
During the “Way Black Then” promotions in February 2010 in honor of Black History Month, she and Walker appeared on the program Color TV to share their memories and thoughts on Good Times.
She later appeared on the TV One show Life After.
In July 2016, Stanis appeared on an episode of Centric’s Being, discussing her life and career.
Thelma From Good Times Net Worth
Currently, there is no source available which can reveal the actual net worth of Bern Nadette Stanis.
But according to TheRichest it is:
However, we have discovered few interviews of her which you might want to watch:
In above video she has talked about her relationship, Janet Jackson, foundation and Good Times.
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Stanis has been married four times.
Her first marriage was to high-school sweetheart Thomas Fauntleroy from June 1974 until 1978, then to Brooklyn nightclub owner Darnell Johnson in January 1979.
Stanis’ third marriage was too mechanical engineer Terrence Redd.
Stanis gave birth to their daughter Dior Ravel circa in April 1982.
The couple later divorced.
Her fourth husband is Kevin Fontana; an article in 2012 said they had been married 31 years, but other sources state that Stanis was married to Redd circa 1981.
Stanis also has a second child, daughter Brittany Rose.