How Rich Is Selmar Blair? Actress Selmar Blair’s Net Worth, Salary, Forbes Fortune, Income, Earnings, More

What is Selmar Blair’s net worth? The actress has an impressive fortune. Here are her financial details.

Selma Blair Beitner is an American actress. She played a number of roles in films and on television before obtaining recognition for her leading role in the film Brown’s Requiem.

In case you’ve been MIA, Selma shared her MS aka multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2018. Since then, the now 50-year-old has been very vocal about living with the disease.

In light of Selma’s Season 31 Dancing With the Stars cast announcement, fans have been yearning for her financial details. Here’s everything that we know.

Selmar Blair

Selma Blair has a sizable net worth.

As of writing, Celebrity Net Worth reports that Selma has earned a net worth of $6 million and counting. This number reflects Selma’s work as an actress and voice actress. Selma has long been celebrated for her work in 1999’s Cruel Intentions and 2001’s Legally Blonde. Additionally, Selma has gone on to earn 80 credits for her acting skills.

Aside from Selma’s talent as an actress, the 50-year-old is also a player in the charitable world. The outlet shares that Selma has supported a slew of charitable organizations including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Operation Smile, Children’s Action Network, and Staying Alive Foundation.

Selma was part of Season 31 of ‘Dancing With the Stars.’

Per Page Six, Selma joined a star-studded Dancing With the Stars cast that includes Gabby Windey of Season 19 of The BacheloretteRHONJ’s Teresa Guidice, Jersey Shore star Vinny Guadagnino, songstress Jordin Sparks, singer Jessie James Decker, reality star Shangela, actress Cheryl Ladd, actor Jason Lewis, and Trevor Donovan, fitness model Joseph Baena, comedian Wayne Brady, and weather anchor Sam Champion.

However, she announced in October 2022 that she was going to have to step away from the show for health reasons.

“I’ve been monitored and in touch with my doctors this whole process. I had these MRI’s and the results came back, and it just all adds up to, I can’t … I can’t go on with the competition,” she told her partner Sasha Farber in her final episode of the season.

She continued: “There’s just intensive bone trauma and inflammation, among rips and tears, and so I could do extensive damage that, of course, I do not want.”

What she did want, however, was one final dance with her partner for the season. Her sendoff was a perfect score on her performance. Now, she can go back to focusing on keeping herself happy, knowing her time on the show meant the world to many people, and her as well.

“This is a dance for everyone that has tried and hoped they could do more,” she said, “but also the power in realizing when it’s time to walk away.”

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