Melanie Sue Anderson is a woman who was born in Berkeley, California, USA, on September 26, 1962. As Mary Ingalls on the TV show “Little House on the Prairie” in the late 1970s and early 1980s, she is best known for her role as an actor.

The exact amount of money Melissa Sue Anderson has is unknown. There are reports that she had about $1.5 million in late 2018. Her acting work in movies and TV shows made her this much money. She’ll probably keep working and get paid more in the future.

Melissa Sue Anderson is a woman who was born in California and raised there. For some reason, her parents split up when she was 13. She has an older sister. She lived with her Catholic mom most of the time after that.

Although Melissa was dancing, her master suggested that she try acting. In the beginning, she did ads for Mattel and Sears. Then people asked her to be on TV. Her TV roles included “Shaft,” “Bewitched,” and “The Brady Bunch.”

The most important thing for Melissa was getting a part in “Little House on the Prairie.” It took her eight years to work on this show. A farm family in the 1870s and 1880s were the focus of the story.

Melisa Sue did other things after she finished “Little House on the Prairie.” A scary movie called “Happy Birthday to Me” got her a nod the year after she left the show.

In movies and TV shows, she was in “The Equalizer,” “Murder, She Wrote,” and “CHiPs.” She even tried making TV shows. The last project by Michael Landon was a show called “Where Pigeons Go to Die,” which she helped make.

It was a pleasure to have her in the Western Performers Hall of Fame in 1998. Her TV show the next year was called “Partners,” but it didn’t do very well.

She did less acting as Melissa Sue aged. In 2006’s “10.5 Apocalypse” movie, she played the First Lady in one of her last TV roles.

Although she didn’t get credit for it, she played Stosh’s mom in the 2014 TV show “Veronica Mars” and had some small parts in movies. There are stories in Melissa’s book called “The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House” about her time as a child star and the people she worked with.

In 2002, she and her family moved to Montreal and later became Canadian citizens. She made the choice to stop working and spend more time with her family.

One of the hardest things about her job, she said, was when her character on “Little House on the Prairie” went blind in the fourth season.

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