Last updated on June 25th, 2023 at 04:16 am
Facts About Melanie Truhett
|51 Years Old
|Actress , Producer
|Place Of Birth
|Los Angeles, the U.S.
|Arvilla G Truhett
|California State University
|Source of Wealth
|Producer and manager career
|$1.5 million to 2 million
|5 feet 6 inch
Melanie Truhett is a versatile American producer and manager who is well recognized for her works in "Mystery Men" (1999), "Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza" (2011), and many others. She is also famous as the wife of the stand-up comedian, & actor Brian Posehn. She first worked on a documentary movie "Patriotic Act: A Jeffrey Ross Home Movie" in 2005 and produced an episode of the television comedy series "One Night Stand" in the following year. She was briefly engaged on an episode of the TV comedy series "Burning Hollywood" in 2009, after which she produced an episode of "The Quest for the Golden Hot Dog" comedy series. She has also produced two short sequel movies entitled "Night Night with Ron Funches" and "Night Night with Ron Funches Ep 2". Her most recent engagements in her professional portfolio include an appearance in "Coming to the Stage" TV comedy show in 2018, as well as serving as the executive producer of the 2019 TV movie "Ron Funches: Giggle Fit".
- Being a versatile American producer and manager.
- For her works in "Mystery Men" (1999), "Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza" (2011).
What is Melanie Truhett Nationality?
Melanie Truhett opened her eyes for the very first time on 31st March 1972 in Los Angeles, the U.S. She holds American nationality and she belongs to the American-white ethnicity. Her religious belief is in the Christian religion. Melanie's present age is 48 which she celebrated in the March of 2021. As per her birth date, her star sign is Capricorn. Thus, her race is white. She is the daughter of father Carlton Truhett and mother Arvilla G Truhett. Unfortunately, her father is no more. He died on Friday, 19th May 2006, after a long battle with lung cancer. He served in the U.S. Air Force, in the 1950s.
Moving to Melanie's education, she did her schooling at Reedley High in 1990, Later, she attended California State University, Fresno, finishing her graduation in 1996.
Who is Melanie Truhett Husband?
Melanie Truhett is a married woman. She tied a knot with comedian Brian Posehn on 4th September 2004 in a hotel in Santa Monica. Only a few of their close friends and family members attended their wedding ceremony. Despite years of togetherness, they share the same love they had when they met. In fact, Brian never misses wishing his wife on their marriage anniversary. He is rather very open about his love for Melanie. Posehn wrote in his anniversary day post in 2020 that his wife is the best thing that ever happened to him. The couple is also blessed with a son named Rhoads. Concerning Melanie's sexual orientation, she is straight.
How much is Melanie Truhett Net Worth?
Melanie Truhett has a net worth of between $1.5 million to 2 million as of 2021. As a producer, she also earns a decent amount as her salary for her works. She's among those few individuals that have such a wide range of experience and remains true to whatever she embarks on. Melanie has not done any endorsement work yet. In addition, her major source of income is from her producer and manager career.
What is the Height of Melanie Truhett?
Melanie Truhett is 5 feet 6 inches tall whereas her body weight has not been revealed yet. She has blonde hair and dark brown eyes color. Her usual exercises schedule has guided her to be in marvelous body posture with appropriate body measurement. Melanie's body build type is average.
Trivias About Melanie Truhett You Need To Know.
- Melanie is famous for her works in "Mystery Men" (1999), "Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza" (2011), and many others
- She first worked on a documentary movie "Patriotic Act: A Jeffrey Ross Home Movie" in 2005.
- She has also produced two short sequel movies entitled "Night Night with Ron Funches" and "Night Night with Ron Funches Ep 2".
- Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
- Her father served in the U.S. Air Force, in the 1950s.