Judy Hamburg Wiki Biography
Judith Hamburg, sometimes known as Judy Landers, is an American character actor who was born on October 7, 1958.
She rose to prominence in the 1980s as a result of a run of films in which she portrayed predominantly bombshell blondes.
So, how much money does Landers have?
According to SLEEKGIST, she has a net worth of $500,000, which she accumulated during her years as an actress in both television and cinema, as well as her work as a producer.
Judy Landers Net Worth $500,000
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Landers spent most of her time growing up in Rockland County, New York. Her mother is Ruth Landers and she also has an older sister, Audrey Landers, who is also an actress.
Landers studied at American Academy of Dramatic Arts and also later on attended Warred Robertson Dramatic Training school to improve her acting skills. She also trained at the Juilliard School of Music.
Landers’ career began in the late ‘70’s playing various characters, but she became most known for her comedy films where she played mostly naïve characters. Some of the movies she made included “The Black Marble”, “Goldie and the Boxer”, “Doin’ Time”, “Stewardess School”, “Deadly Twins”, and “Armed and Dangerous”. Her streams of movies elevated her career and also raised her net worth.
Aside from movies, Landers also became active in television. Some of the shows that she appeared on included “Happy Days”, “The Love Boat”, “Charlie’s Angels”, “Night Court”, “B.J. and the Bear”, “Vega$”, “The Jeffersons”, “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century”, “L.A. Law” and “The Fall Guy”. Her multiple appearances in various shows also helped raise her wealth.
When the ‘90’s and the 2000’s came, Landers might have slowed down a little bit, but she still continued to work in both television and film. She appeared in movies like “Club Fed” and “The Divine Enforcer”, but later on focused on television shows that she and her sister and mother worked on. Although she slowed down a bit, her various projects still helped maintain her net worth.
In 1996, Landers, and her sister and mother collaborated in a children’s show called “The Huggabug Club” and later on in “The Treehouse Club”. In 2006, they collaborated again and worked in a family film entitled “Circus Island”.
Aside from film and television, Landers also once posed in Playboy magazine back in the ‘80’s that also helped her career.
In terms of her personal life, Landers is married to Tom Niedenfuer who was a former member of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team and was a relief pitcher. Together they have two daughters, Lindsey and Kristy. The couple currently lives in Sarasota, Florida.
|Full Name||Judy Landers|
|Net Worth||$500 Thousand|
|Date Of Birth||October 7, 1958|
|Place Of Birth||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Education||American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Juilliard School|
|Spouse||Tom Niedenfuer (m. 1987)|
|Children||Kristy Landers, Lindsey Landers|
|Movies||Goldie and the Boxer, The Black Marble, Hell Hole, Armed and Dangerous, Stewardess School, Dr. Alien, Club Fed, Expert Weapon, Dragon Fury, Circus Island, Christmas Spirit|
|TV Shows||The Huggabug Club, Madame’s Place, B. J. and the Bear|
|1||Sister-in-law of Donald Berkowitz.|
|2||Aunt of Adam Landers Berkowitz and Daniel Landers.|
|3||Mother, with Tom Niedenfuer, of daughters Lindsey Landers and Kristy Landers.|
|4||Judy, sister Audrey Landers and mother Ruth Landers own and operate “Landers Productions” out of Florida.|
|5||Bears such a strong resemblance to her sister, Audrey Landers, that they have appeared together in a number of features as identical twins, even though they were actually born more than two years apart.|
|6||Owes some of her great shape to the fact that she began gymnastics at age 9 and has remained a devotee to fitness ever since.|
|7||Her husband, Tom Niedenfuer, used to be a relief pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He gave up the game-winning home run to Ozzie Smith, of the St. Louis Cardinals, during the 1985 National League Championship.|
|8||Younger sister of Audrey Landers and daughter of Ruth Landers.|
|Christmas Spirit||2011||TV Movie||Chompie’s voice (voice)|
|Circus Camp||2006||Jenny Carrera|
|The Huggabug Club||1995||TV Series||Miss Judy|
|Burke’s Law||1994||TV Series||Justine|
|Expert Weapon||1993||Lynn Varley|
|The Divine Enforcer||1992||Video||Merna|
|Dragnet||1990||TV Series||Tina Roark|
|Club Fed||1990||Angelica Paziotopolous|
|Out of This World||1990||TV Series|
|Ghost Writer||1989||Billie Blaine|
|Dr. Alien||1989||Ms. Xenobia|
|Remo Williams: The Prophecy||1988||TV Movie||Taffy|
|Night Court||1984-1988||TV Series||Major Roberta Savage / Dan’s Date / Vickie Guyer|
|Murder, She Wrote||1987||TV Series||Bobbie|
|L.A. Law||1986||TV Series||Dinitra Lewis|
|Armed and Dangerous||1986||Noreen|
|Stewardess School||1986||Sugar Dubois|
|New Love, American Style||1986||TV Series|
|Deadly Twins||1985||Ruth Morrison|
|The Love Boat||1978-1985||TV Series||Edie Adams-Rosenberg / Courtney / Dee Dee Draper / …|
|The A-Team||1985||TV Series||Jennifer ‘Jenny’ O’Hannorhan|
|Comedy Factory||1985||TV Series||Linda Armstrong|
|Doin’ Time||1985||The Bride|
|Knight Rider||1982-1985||TV Series||Sheila / Micki Bradburn|
|Fantasy Island||1980-1984||TV Series||Suva / Peggy|
|Deadly Nightmares||1983||TV Series||Frances Packard|
|Streets of Hollywood||1983|
|Our Voices Ourselves||1982||TV Movie||Student-actress|
|Madame’s Place||1982||TV Series||Sara Joy Pitts|
|The Fall Guy||1982||TV Series||Jinx|
|B.J. and the Bear||1981||TV Series||Stacks|
|The Black Marble||1980||Pattie Mae|
|Buck Rogers in the 25th Century||1980||TV Series||Joanna|
|Goldie and the Boxer||1979||TV Movie||Bonnie|
|Charlie’s Angels||1978-1979||TV Series||Blond Girl / Mrs. Chicken|
|The Jeffersons||1979||TV Series||Judy Smith|
|Vega$||1978-1979||TV Series||Angie Turner|
|The Users||1978||TV Movie||Merry Redfield|
|Fast Lane Blues||1978||TV Movie||Bambi|
|The Courage and the Passion||1978||TV Movie||Charlene|
|What Really Happened to the Class of ’65?||1977||TV Series||Wanda|
|Happy Days||1977||TV Series||Boom Boom|
|The Yum Yum Girls||1976||Holly|
|Love of Life||1951||TV Series||Cheryl Kingsley (1984)|
|The Huggabug Club||1995||TV Series|
|The Huggabug Club||1995||TV Series|
|The Huggabug Club||1995||TV Series co-producer|
|California Casanova||1991||writer: “Private Property”|
|Circus of the Stars #7||1982||TV Special documentary||Herself – Trapeze Artist|
|The 34th Annual Directors Guild Awards||1982||TV Special||Herself|
|The Regis Philbin Show||1982||TV Series||Herself|
|The Alan Thicke Show||1981||TV Series||Herself|
|Women Who Rate a 10||1981||TV Movie||Herself|
|The 38th Annual Golden Globe Awards||1981||TV Special||Herself|
|Battle of the Network Stars IX||1980||TV Special||Herself – NBC Team|
|The Hollywood Squares||1978-1980||TV Series||Herself|
|Match Game 73||1978||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Guest Panelist|
|CMT: The Greatest – 20 Greatest Country Comedy Shows||2006||TV Special||Herself|
|VH-1 Where Are They Now?||2000||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|The Damon Charles Total Rehydration System||1991||Short||Herself|
|Tall, Dark and Handsome||1987||Herself|
|The Love Boat||1987||TV Series||Herself|
|The New Hollywood Squares||1986||TV Series||Herself|
|Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade||1984||TV Special||Herself|
|Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour||1983-1984||TV Series||Herself|
|The Stars Salute the U.S. Olympic Team||1984||TV Movie||Herself – Performer|
|Circus of the Stars #8||1983||TV Special documentary||Herself|