Comic actor Jeffrey Tambor has a lot to be proud of in addition to his impressive net worth. And that's saying a lot, since his estimated net worth is about $21 million. For starters, he's created not just one but two of the funniest and most admired TV sitcom characters of all time: George Bluth on Arrested Development, and Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show. After beginning his career in repertory theater, he made his Broadway debut in Sly Fox, starring opposite George C. Scott. In 1979, he made one of his first impressions on a wider movie audience in And Justice for All, starring Al Pacino. He's also racked up an impressive number of TV credits, including Three's Company and The Golden Girls.
In the early 90s, Tambor got what may go down as his signature role, that of preening and egotistical talk show sidekick Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders Show. A decade later, he got his other signature role on Arrested Development. In between and since, he's made a good living appearing in character roles in movies like Hellboy, The Hangover, and Monsters vs. Aliens. His next project is set to be Flypaper, starring Patrick Dempsey and Ashley Judd.