What's Jacqueline Hennessy's Net Worth? Find out her sources of income and details of her career

News by Clarence Published on 24 Jan,2017 Updated on 24 Jan,2017

Jacqueline Hennessy is a Canadian journalist, television host, and occasional actress. She is an actress, widely known for Dead Ringers, The Acting Class, and The Best of Ed's Night Party.

Jacqueline Hennessy's career in detail

Jacqueline Hennessy started her entertainment career along with her twin sister Jill Hennessy on David Cronenberg film, "Dead Ringers" as twin call girls in the year 1988. Jacqueline even substituted for her sister as 'Claire Kincaid' on "Law & Order" in 1990 while Jill was out of town filming an "L&O" crossover episode for Homicide: Life on the Street in 1993.

Jacqueline Hennessy


Before becoming a journalist, 49-years-old television host dabbled in acting alongside her sister. The two also featured in a film written and co-directed by Jill entitled The Acting Class where the production schedules of both shows overlapped. However, Jacqueline was initiated to cast Kincaid in some courtroom scenes filmed for the Law & Order episode "Corpus Delicti", which aired in January 1996.The two are so indistinguishable that the viewers didn't notice the switch.

In 2008, Jacqueline Hennessy was employed to narrate W Network's and HGTV's "Love it or List it". Canadian TV host recently presents the current affairs program 'Medical Intelligence' for Rogers Cable in Toronto, Ontario. Hennessy also served as associate editor of Chatelaine magazine.

Jacqueline Hennessy's net worth and sources of income

Hennessy is still active in the broadcasting industry. Jacqueline is assumed to earn five figures salary and her net worth is guessed to be more than a million dollar. 


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 Hennessy must be paid handsome salary as she is a regular shopper Loblaw’s Supermarket in Canada. Besides that, she has won several awards for her work, including the Canadian Nurses Association Award of Merit (recognizing health care reporting) and the Canadian Journalism Federation Greg Clark Award.