Sonia Montejano’s biography, fact, career, awards, net worth & life story

Source of Wealth: Bailiff and TelevisionAge: 53Birth Place: Northern MexivoNationality: United StatesDate of Birth: June 5, 1966Occupation: Bailiff and TV Personality

Sonia Montejano is an American bailiff and reality television personality with an estimated net worth of $1 million and an annual salary of $300 thousand. She was born on June 5, 1966 in Northern Mexico and grew up in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of California State University in Los Angeles. She then went on to graduate from the Rio Hondo Police Academy.

Montejano began her career as a cop, working for the Los Angeles County Marshal Department. She then worked in the Sheriff’s Department, and was later hired to work in the Court Service Division. She became a Senior Deputy in the early 90s and spent six years at the Beverly Hills Courthouse. There, she supervised security planning and implementation, as well as staff for high profile cases like the Winona Ryder trial.

The name Sonia Montejano began attracting national attention in 2006 when she took the role of bailiff on the popular reality courtroom series, Judge Joe Brown. She replaced Holly Evans for the rest of that year’s run.