Sheree J. Wilson Bio, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Married, Movies, TV Shows

Sheree J. Wilson Biography

Sheree J. Wilson born Sheree Julienne Wilson is an American actress, producer, businesswoman, and model. Wilson is best known for her roles as April Stevens Ewing on the American primetime television series Dallas from 1986 to 1991 and as Alex Cahill-Walker on the television series Walker, Texas Ranger from 1993 to 2001.

Sheree J. Wilson Age

Sheree J. Wilson is 60 years old as per 2018 born on December 12, 1958 in Rochester, Minnesota, worth

Sheree J. Wilson Net Worth

The successful American actress, producer and former model has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Her acting and producing caareers are the primary source of her income.

Sheree J. Wilson Parents

Sheree J. Wilson is the daughter of two IBM executives, Wilson moved to Colorado at the age of nine and graduated from Fairview High School. She received a degree in fashion merchandising and business from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1981.

Sheree J. Wilson Married | Husband

Sheree J. Wilson was married to Paul DeRobbio from 1991 and divorced in 2004 with whom she has two sons; Luke and Nicolas. In 2018, she married Vince Morella, a film producer.

Sheree J. Wilson Career

While working in Denver on a fashion shoot, one of the photographers mistook Sheree Wilson for a model and then introduced her to a New York modeling agent who signed her on the spot. She then moved to Manhattan, and within 18 months, Wilson had appeared in over 30 commercial campaigns for Clairol, Sea Breeze, Keri-Lotion, and Maybelline. Wilson’s print work ran in such popular magazines as Mademoiselle, Glamour and Redbook.

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Wilson moved to Los Angeles for a career in acting after three years of modeling. Her first roles included the black comedy film Crimewave in 1984 directed by Sam Raimi, Velvet (1984), an ABC/Aaron Spelling television movie opposite Leah Ayres, Shari Belafonte and Mary Margaret Humes and a guest role on the espionage series Cover Up in 1984.

Wilson had a lead role with Tim Robbins in the comedy motion picture Fraternity Vacation in 1985 and also appeared in a CBS television miniseries Kane & Abel in 1985 with Peter Strauss. This immediately led to Our Family Honor from 1985 to 1986, an NBC drama about Irish cops versus the Mafia, in which she co-starred with Ray Liotta, Michael Madsen, and Eli Wallach. Wilson’s career continued to flourish with a role in the television movie News at Eleven in 1986 alongside Martin Sheen.

Wilson gained the role as April Stevens Ewing on the CBS soap opera Dallas from 1986 to 1991. In the 14th episode of the final season during her honeymoon (with new husband Bobby Ewing) in Paris Wilson’s character was gunned down. Later that season, Wilson continued to make some appearances in Bobby’s dream sequences. In reality, Wilson was killed off and left the series due to maternity.

Her performance in 1991 earned her the Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Death Scene, as well as four other nominations. She attended the TV Land Award ceremony in 2006, for Dallas and in November 2008, the Dallas 30th anniversary reunion party at Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas, with cast members Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Ken Kercheval, Steve Kanalyand Charlene Tilton.

Following guest roles in 1993, in the television series Matlock (opposite Clarence Gilyard’s former acting mentor, Andy Griffith) and Renegade (opposite Lorenzo Lamas), Wilson played the lead female role in Hellbound opposite Chuck Norris, which led to her best-known role as Alexandra “Alex” Cahill-Walker also opposite Norris in Walker, Texas Ranger from 1993 to 2001.

She reprised her role in the television movie Walker in 2005, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire which ended with her character being the victim of a courthouse shooting. This left many viewers to believe that there would be a follow-up movie which was severely impaired when CBS said that they would no longer be producing “Sunday Night Movie of the Week” projects. She also co-starred in the Showtime movie Past Tense in 1994.

Wilson appeared in Fragile in 2006, the first short film by documentary filmmaker Fredric Lean. Wilson played the lead role in television movies Mystery Woman: Game Time in 2005 and Anna’s Storm in 2007. Wilson produced and starred in independent films Killing Down in 2006, The Gundown in 2011, Easy Rider: The Ride Back in 2012 and Dug Up in 2013. Wilson co-starred in the television series Pink from 2007 to 2008 and had a guest role in the television series DeVanity in 2014.

Wilson also played a major role in the television movie Christmas Belle in 2013 and The Silent Natural in 2019. Wilson began performing in the role of Miss Daisy Werthan in 2016 in the Neil Simon Film Festival’s Driving Miss Daisy opposite her former Walker, Texas Ranger co-star, Clarence Gilyard.

Sheree J. Wilson Movies

  • 1984 Velvet Ellen Stockwell
  • 1985 Crimewave Nancy
  • 1985 Fraternity Vacation Ashley Taylor
  • 1986 News at Eleven Christine Arnold
  • 1994 Past Tense Emily Talbert
  • 1994 Walker Texas Ranger 3: Deadly Reunion Alex Cahill
  • 1994 Hellbound Leslie
  • 2003 Midnight Expression Mary Drake
  • 2004 Birdie and Bogey Shelia
  • 2005 Mystery Woman: Game Time Jody Fiske
  • 2005 Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire Alex Cahill-Walker
  • 2006 Killing Down Rachel
  • 2006 Fragile Sophie
  • 2007 Anna’s Storm Mayor Anna Davenport-Baxter
  • 2011 The Gundown Sarah Morgan
  • 2012 Dug Up Mona Walker
  • 2013 A Country Christmas Bonnie Branson
  • 2013 Easy Rider: The Ride Back Shane Williams
  • 2013 Christmas Belle Angie
  • 2014 Jail Wagon Martha
  • 2019 The Silent Natural Rebecca Hoy

Sheree J. Wilson TV Shows






Cover Up


Episode: “Death in Vogue”


Our Family Honor

Rita Danzig

Series regular, 13 episodes


Kane & Abel

Melanie LeRoy




April Stevens

Series regular, 112 episodes
TV Land Pop Culture Award (2006)
Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Death Scene (1991)
Nominated — Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Villainess: Prime Time (1988)
Nominated — Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role: Prime Time (1989)
Nominated — Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Lead Actress: Prime Time (1990)
Nominated — Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Heroine: Prime Time (1991)



Claire Mayfield

Episode: “The Dame”



Lisa Stone

Episode: “Final Judgement”


Walker, Texas Ranger

Alex Cahill

Series regular, 196 episodes


Burke’s Law

Jensen Farnsworth

Episode: “Who Killed the King of the Country Club?”


Sons of Thunder

Alex Cahill

2 episodes


Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire

Alex Cahill

TV movie



Claudia Muller

Episode: “Death Becomes Him Part I”

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Driving Miss Daisy

Miss Daisy Werthan

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