Sheree Murphy has an estimated net worth of $4 million. This is from her career as an actress.
One of her most recognized characters is Tricia Dingle in “Emmerdale,” a role she played from 1998 to 2004. Murphy took a hiatus from her career for six years to focus on raising her family and returned to the screen with appearances in “The Royal” before securing the role of Eva Strong in “Hollyoaks.”
In 2005, Sheree Murphy ventured into the reality TV realm, participating in the fifth series of “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” where she finished as the runner-up. She returned to reality TV in 2015, joining the cast of “Celebrity MasterChef” on BBC One.
Adding versatility to her career, Murphy transitioned to presenting, taking on roles such as hosting ITV2’s coverage of the British Soap Awards in 2005 and 2006, presenting MTV UK and VH1 UK’s “Footballers’ Cribs,” and joining the presenting team for Channel 5’s “Cowboy Builders.” She further showcased her presenting skills by co-hosting ITV2’s “Soapstar Superstar: Bonus Tracks” in 2007 and being part of This Morning’s coverage of the seventh series in 2007.