|Full Name||Sherry Stringfield|
|Birth Name||Sherry Lea Stringfield|
|Spouse||Larry Joseph (divorced)|
|Relation With||Paul Goldstein|
|No Of Children||2|
|Filmography||NYPD Blue,Tell Me You Love Me,Under The Dome|
|Education||State University of New York|
|Date of Birth||June 24,1967|
Widely known for playing Dr. Susan Lewis on the NBC medical drama ER, Sherry Stringfield is an American actress. She made her acting debut as Blake Marler in 1989 soap opera Guiding Light.
Similarly, she is also popular for her work in NYPD Blue, Blue's Clues, Tell Me You Love Me, and Under The Dome.
Sherry Lea Stringfield was born on 24th June 1967 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America. She is 54 years old as of 2021.
ER star is an American as per her nationality and has White ethnicity. She was raied in Texas and went to Klein High School. Similarly, Stringfield attended the Acting Conservatory of State University of New York at Purchase.
She earned her Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts in 1989.
According to various sources, Stringfield's net worth is estimated at around $7 million as of 2021.
Sherry earned her first role Christina "Blake" Thorpe on the CBS Daytime soap opera Guiding Light. She appeared in the show from 1989 until 1992.
She then joined the cast of ABC drama NYPD Blue as Assistant District Attorney Laura Kelly during the first season of the series. Sadly she was released early from her contract.
Stringfield made her career breakthrough as one of the original cast members of NBC's medical drama ER. In the show, she played Dr. Susan Lewis alongside Anthony Edwards, George Clooney, Noah Wyle, and Julianna Margulies.
She was nominated for an Emmy Award for Lead Actress for her outstanding performance in the show. Although she was supposed to appear in five seasons of ER, she left the show in third season due to her desire for a normal life and to escape ER's grueling filming schedule.
Her departure sent a shock wave through Hollywood and her exit episode attracted 37 million viewers. This became the biggest night of the season for the NBC network.
She re-joined the cast of ER after the birth of her daughter during the eighth season. Her return was featured in a special crossover with NBC's police drama Third Watch.
Stringfield portrayed the role for four additional seasons, however, in August 2005, she announced that she would be leaving the show for the second time. In 2009, she returned for the series finale "And in the End...".
Following her departure from ER, she taught a script analysis class and directed several plays at the State University of New York.
Some of her other series include Third Watch, Tell Me You Love Me, Law & Order, The Stepfather, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Under The Dome, and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
The 54-year-old actress is reportedly single at the moment. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her two children.
On 17th October 1998, Stringfield married journalist Larry Joseph. They welcomed daughter Phoebe in March 2001 and son Milo in April 2004.
Sadly, the couple filed for the divorce and went separate ways in 2006 ending eight years of marriage.
Moreover, in the early 1990s, Sherry dated British businessman Paul Goldstein for about three years. The pair split due to the pressures of a long-distance romance.