Maxim's Hottest Women of Horror Movies, Sheri Moon Zombie is an actress and model from the United States. She is best known for starring in the role of Baby Firefly in an American horror film The Devil's Rejects. She is also well known for being a dancer and a fashion designer.
The sweet and sexy lady, Sheri Moon Zombie was born as Sheri Lyn Skurkis in the early 1970s in San Jose, California, United States of America to mother Carol A. Skurkis and father William B. Skurkis. She is also famous for her nickname Kitty and Kitty Moon.
In the early 1990s, Sheri was spotted with Rob Zombie having romantic love affairs as a boyfriend and girlfriend. Rob Zombie is a musician and is famous for being the founding member of the heavy metal band White Zombie. He is also famous for being a film producer and director.
After being in love for about nine years, they decided to enter into the new stage of their love life and they finally got married on 31st of October 2002. After she tied her married knot, she changed her name to Sheri Moon Zombie. Her nationality is American and she is of white ethnicity. Her height is five feet and ten inches tall.
Sheri attended Plainville High School and she also completed her high school graduation from there. Later on, she joined Connecticut School of Broadcasting with a dream to be an MTV VJ. After she became close with Rob Zombie, she began appearing in his solo music videos.
In 1999, she made her acting debut by starring in the role of a Living Dead Girl in the short movie Rob Zombie: Living Dead Girl. In 2003, she played the role of Baby Firefly in an American horror film House of 1000 Corpses alongside Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, and Karen Black.
She got her rise in fame after she portrayed the role of Baby Firefly in an American horror film The Devil's Rejects. Her new movie, 3 From Hell is on the way as its release date is still not decided yet.
The 48 years' old actress Sheri Moon Zombie has an estimated net worth of over $5 million whereas her husband Rob Zombie has a net worth of over $40 million.