American actress Brenda Vaccaro has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Born in Brooklyn, New York in November 1939. She took classes at the Neighborhood Playhouse and started to get public recognition following her Broadway debut in 1961. Vaccaro then made his first, official acting appearance in Everybody Loves Opal, for which she claimed the Theatre World Award. In 1976 she played Sara Yarnell character in the television series Sara before going on to play the role of Julia Blake in the TV series Paper Dolls four years later. Between 1986 and 1987 the actress was featured on the series The Smurfs, starring as Scruple. Her other acting works include the movies Boynton Beach Club, Midnight Cowboy, Ten Little Indians, I Love My Wife, Where It’s At, Going Home, The Shape of Things, Once Is Not Enough, Summertree, Capricorn One, Supergirl, Cookie, The Mirror Has Two Faces, and You Don’t Know Jack. Besides, Vaccaro has also done voice work for the TV series Spawn, The Critic, and Johnny Bravo. She won a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture in 1974 and 1976 respectively, after being nominated for Golden Globe Awards for the 1970 Best Supporting Actress in Midnight Cowboy and Most Promising Newcomer – Female in Where It’s At.