Jami Gertz is an American actress. She had her career beginnings in 1981, debuting in the film On the Right Track. She later appeared in the movies Endless Love, Sixteen Candles, Alphabet City, Mischief, Quicksilver, and Crossroads, among others. She also had performances in the films The Lost Boys, Listen to Me, and Renegades. On television, she first starred as Muffy Tepperman in the sitcom Square Pegs.
She also had notable roles in the shows Dreams, The Facts of Life, and Sibs. In the ’90s, she landed roles in the films Jersey Girl and Twister, to name a few. She also played Dr. Nina Pomerantz in ER. In 2000, she played Kimmy Bishop in Ally McBeal, which got her a Primetime Emmy nomination. She then co-starred in the sitcom Still Standing. In the 2010s, she starred as Debbie Weaver in the sitcom The Neighbors. She earned her staggering net worth by being a part-owner of the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association.