Sutton Stracke and Jennifer Tilly made their big announcement on Thursday, June 16, 2022, that the The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH) star will make an appearance in Season 2 of Syfy’s chucky. The stars took to Instagram to post photos from the shoot with other stars.
Sutton, 50, shared an Instagram photo of herself sitting in the official chucky chair on set in Toronto as she thanked series director Don Mancini for graciously including the star in one of the episodes. She says:
“Not sure how to thank @realdonmancini for this opportunity!” Stracke wrote. “Thank you for letting me into this amazing world. And getting to work with one of my best friends @jennifertilly and seeing her amazing talent. #chuckytvseries#chucky 🩸”
chucky continued the famous tale from the 80s and 90s horror movie series about a red-haired Good Guy doll possessed by the spirit of a murderous psychotic while finding love with Tiffany Valentine and causing a ruckus in the New Jersey neighborhood.
Sutton Stracke net worth explored: Stracke gained popularity after RHOBH
The American television personality has a net worth of $50 million. The reality TV star shot to fame after being nominated and cast as one of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH). She debuted as a “friend” of the cast in season 10 and became a central player in season 11, which debuted in May 2021.
Born September 20, 1971 in Augusta, Georgia, Sutton moved to New York to study dance at age 20. From 2000 to 2016, the star married financier Christian Stracke, whom she met when she was 13. The duo have three children together.
Christian Stracke is Managing Director and Global Head of the Credit Research Group at PIMCO (Pacific Investment Management Company). This Newport Beach-based investment firm specializes in the management of fixed-income securities. The company has over $2.2 trillion in assets under management.
However, Sutton claimed she did not know the amount of wealth she was entitled to until the star began her divorce proceedings from Christian. She opened pretty much the same on Watch what’s happening live (WWHL) with Andy Cohen and said:
“It’s true because he was in charge of finance, I didn’t know everything. So when you do full disclosure and you get everything, I was like, ‘What?’ It’s actually two minor league baseball teams. I knew we had a logging company. But I didn’t know everything. There were like 10 things on it. I was like, ‘Wow, I’m rich. ‘.”
In 2012, Christain paid the RHOBH star $7 million for a house in Bel Air, an asset she received from him after the divorce. She put the property up for sale in June 2020 for $9 million and accepted it for $7.7 million in October 2020. In the same month of the sale, Sutton paid $5.4 million for another Bel Air mansion.
The reality star also continues to own an estate in her native Georgia and a three-bedroom condo in New York City.
Sutton is currently embroiled in significant drama with other RHOBH Cast member Crystal Kung Minkoff on the latter’s accusations that the former made “grim comments” about race. Although the duo have cleared the air between them and are starting over, other members are constantly stirring the pot.
RHOBH airs every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. ET on Bravo.