Who is Shawn Schepps?
Shawn Shepps was born on July 25, 1961, as a native of Los Angeles, United States. She has a sister and while her father remains a mystery, she has a stepfather called Eddie. Her mother, although lives a private life, is quite famous on the social media page of her daughter, Schepps.
Her acting career traces back to the time that she was a little girl when she appeared on the Brady Bunch Show (1973). Years passed and there was more entry into Hollywood for the actress. She would go on to find herself portraying roles of Nancy in Terminator, Alison in Weeds, Brenda in Encino Woman, and Betty Jo in Betrayed.
The actress wouldn’t just let her career stop at acting, so she explored other aspects that include production, directing, and writing.
Has Shawn Schepps Ever Been Married?
Shawn may be famous but her marital life is not all that popular. She has not disclosed if she has ever been married or has had any relationship. Also, it is not known if she has any children at the time of this writing.
However, she has described herself on Instagram as a lover and at many times shares an image of a man that she may be having a romantic affair with.
Interesting Facts About Schepps You Probably Never Came Across
1. The Terminator Starred Actress Had Difficulty with Learning While Growing Up
Early in her educational pursuit from 1-6 grades, Schepps was not a student who intellectually had it all. She struggled with C’s and D’s as grades. This did not baffle her as a child until she grew up and started to ask questions as to how she had difficulty learning.
However, growing up, Schepps was able to make out of herself a woman who would teach herself with the help of her mother who had her start reading early enough. Subsequently, she enrolled in a fiction class where she met American novelist, essayist, memoirist, and dramatist, and literacy critic; John Rechy who became her mentor.
2. She is an Art Enthusiast
Shawn Schepps describes herself as a photographer. Beyond that, she is a lover of artworks who at many times shares her works that include painting. Other works she shares are dolls, costume making, and mannequins to mention a few.
3. She Mentors Writers Through ‘Script Bytch’
Her career in acting, production, and writing has exposed her enough to pass her knowledge to others through her Script Bytch project among others. At many times, she has watched others learn through her and has graduated a number of students.
She has added her teaching credits to working at the University of Greensboro, North Carolina, United States.
4. Shawn Schepps No Longer Acts
Since 2005 when she appeared in the Weeds TV series, there hasn’t been a lot of information about her as an actress. She currently does not also report herself as an actress but as a producer and writer. Before the hiatus, nonetheless, she appeared in works that include the following:
- Weeds (2005)
- Encino Woman (1996)
- Out on a Limb (1992)
- Almost an Angel (1990)
- Betrayed (1988)
- The Golden Girls (1988)
- Pursuit of Happiness (1987)
- Shadow Chasers (1986)
- Family Ties (1984)
- The Terminator (1984)
- Racing with the Moon (1984)
- Intimate Agony (1983)
- Paper Dolls (1982)
- The Brady Bunch (1973)
She has also served as a producer in a number of works that include Weed (2005-2006), and Rude Awakening (2001). The actress also has credits in Cinematography and in directing that include in Encino Woman (1996).
Currently, she majors in writing with credits in mostly TV series and movies that include:
- Drumline: A New Beat (2014)
- Drop Dead Diva (2009)
- Lip Service (2001)
- The Closet (2000)
- First Time Out (1995)
- Encino Man (1992)
5. How Much is the Net Worth of Shawn Schepps?
With a career that began in the 1970s, there is a certainty that Shawn has made a good income out of it. Although this earning remains unknown, her net is estimated to be as low as $1 million and as high as $5 million.
One of her major works as an actress, Terminator made about $78 million in Box office. As a screenwriter with credits in more than 15 works, her income may not be known but writers on TV series may earn an average of $60,000 on a low budget film and from $100,000 and above for high budget work.
The writer also earns from her teaching career that includes a university and perhaps the Script Bytch.