Chip Fields Biography
|Date of Birth:||1951 , August-5|
|Age:||69 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Laverne Fields|
|Nick Name||Chip Hurd, Chip Fields–Hurd|
|Birth Place/City||New York City, New York, USA|
|Profession||Singer, Actress, Television Director, Producer, Consultant, Dialogue Coach|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Married to||Erv Hurd|
|Movies||Claudine, The Happy Hooker, Blue Collar, The Lady in Red, Woman Thou Art Loosed|
|TV Show||Days of Our Lives, What's Happening!!, The Amazing Spider-Man, Good Times, Hill Street Blues, Roc, Living Single, Just Jordan|
Laverne "Chip" Fields is an American actress, singer, director, producer, and consultant. As an actress, she is known for her work in shows like The Amazing Spider-Man, Good Times, and Living Single. She has also directed shows like One on One, Meet the Browns, House of Payne, and Young Dylan.
Chip Fields Bio: Age, Early Life, and Career
Chip Fields was born as Laverne Fields on August 5, 1951, in New York City, New York. She is 69 years old as of October 2020.
At the beginning of her career, Fields was a singer and most notably performed with Ronnie Spector on her girl band, Ronette. She went on to have more prominent roles in her later years in movies like 1975's The Happy Hooker, 1978's Blue Collar, 1979's The Lady in Red, and 2004's Woman Thou Art Loosed.
On television, Fields is most known as Rita Conway in the short-lived 1978-79 superhero series The Amazing Spider-Man, Linella Gordon / Rochelle in the CBS sitcom Good Times, and Laverne Hunter in the Fox sitcom Living Single.
Besides her on-camera career, Fields is also known for her work behind-the-camera. She has directed episodes of popular shows like One on One, Meet the Browns, House of Payne, and Young Dylan.
She made her on-screen acting debut in 1973 and made her feature film debut in the romantic-comedy Claudine.
Mother of Actresses Kim Fields and Alexis Fields
Chip Fields is the mother of two daughters, Kim and Alexis Fields, both of whom are actresses. Her older daughter, Kim Fields (born on May 12, 1969), has been an actress since she was eight and is most known for playing Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey in the NBC sitcom The Facts of Life and Regine Hunter in the Fox sitcom Living Single.
Her younger daughter, Alexis Fields (born on March 3, 1979), is no slouch either and is most known for her television roles in shows like Roc, The Secret World of Alex Mack, Sister, Sister, Kenan & Kel, Moesha, and All That Matters.
Married to Technical Director Erv Hurd
Chip Fields has been married since August 20, 1994, to technical director Erv Hurd. Hurd is a nine-time Primetime Emmy Award-nominated and four-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning technical director, known for his work on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Young and the Restless, The $10,000 Pyramid, and The Bold and the Beautiful.
Previously, Fields was married to John Randolph.
Has a Net Worth of $1 Million
According to celebritynetworth.com, Chip Fields has a net worth of $1 million. An actress, singer, director, producer, and consultant, the 69-year-old has been involved as an actress on television shows like The Amazing Spider-Man, Good Times, and Living Single; and as a director on shows like One on One, Meet the Browns, House of Payne, and Young Dylan.