Not many people are lucky enough to succeed in their career and enjoy their fortune lavishly. Doris Sherman Williams widely known as Sherman Williams, the name doesn't ring the bell but she is the one who established herself in her career as production designer and is now living a blissful and luxurious life along with her family.
Williams has been working as a production designer since long and till date, she has earned an astonishing amount of money so her net worth is surely high. Today we will reveal her all income and net worth. So if you wanna know in details scroll down and read the whole article.
As Sherman Williams has been working as a production designer since long, she has surely earned a decent amount of money from her career. Her main source of income is through producing career. Williams is living a lavish life and analyzing her lifestyle, her net worth is sure to be in millions. However, her actual net worth is still under review.
Instagram: Sherman Williams spending her vacations with family
Even though her net worth is still under review taking account of her husband Christopher Meloni's estimated net worth of $30 million the couple obviously falls under one of the richest celebrity of entertainment industry. With their astonishing income, they have well maintained a standard lifestyle.
The popular production designer Sherman Williams and her husband Christopher Meloni currently resides in Los Angeles in a homemade famous on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. The couple bought the house back in 2014 for $5.25 million. The house was built in 1916 and lies within 5,283 square feet which features a center hall, formal living and dining rooms, a media room, a den, five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
Sherman Williams's house
Likewise, the couple also owns a Porsche Panamera Hybrid worth $80,491. Well, in 2012, the couple kept their palatial W. 56th St. Midtown pad it on sale for $12 million. However, they finally sold it for $9 million in 2014. In the same year, the couple further sold their five-bedroom colonial at 982 Oenoke Ridge in New Canaan for $4.3 million.