Born in Brooklyn, New York in October 1951. American actress and singer Annie Golden has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. She started her career as a singer and became the lead singer for the band The Shirts before forming the duo Golden Carillo with Frank Carillo, which released three albums. Golden rejoined The Shirts. Her solo single “Hang Up the Phone” was soundtrack for the 1984 movie Sixteen Candles. As an actress she made her acting debut appearing in the movie Hair in 1979 and has since been featured in numerous movies including Twelve Monkeys, Key Exchange, Streetwalkin’, Lulu, Messengers, Love at Stake, Desperately Seeking Susan, Baby Boom, Longtime Companion, Forever, Strictly Business, Sexina, This Is My Life, Prelude to a Kiss, One Way Out, Arresting Gena, My Divorce, Barriers, The American Astronaut, Mourning Glory, Delayed, It Runs in the Family, I Love You Phillip Morris, Temptation, Brooklyn Rules, Adventures of Power, and The Trouble with Cali. Meanwhile, Golden has also starred in episodes of the TV series Dear John USA, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Third Watch, True Blue, Miami Vice, Cheers, Law and Order, and Wiener and Weiner. In 2015 she claimed a Screen Actors Guild Award for Orange Is the New Black.