Jerry Ferrara Net Worth: Jerry Ferrara is an American actor who has a net worth $10 million dollars. Most widely recognized for his role as Turtle on the hit HBO series, "Entourage", Jerry Ferrara started his career with guest starring roles on such shows as "The King of Queens" and "NYPD Blue". He also co-founded a restaurant, "Fat Sal's Deli", in California.
Born on November 25, 1979, in Brooklyn, New York, US, Ferrara is most widely recognized for his performance on the hit HBO television series "Entourage". Having studied theater-arts in college, he embarked on an acting career after being inspired by his professor and under the sway of a talent agent who positively encouraged him to move to Los Angeles to fulfill his Hollywood dream. There, Ferrara quickly got his first role on the sitcom The King Of Queens (1998-2007). Other TV parts followed, and in short period of time Jerry was cast in the independent feature Cross Bronx, which saw its premiere at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival. The same year, he landed the fame-fetching role as Turtle, the pot smoking, chick wrangling, gofer/chauffer who gleefully rides movie star Vincent Chase's wave of fame and fortune on HBO's hit series, "Entourage" (2004–2011). Since Jerry Ferrara managed to make a guy of questionable character surprisingly likeable, he accumulated a firm fan base among TV-watchers. Aside from his screen-engagements, Ferrara is also co-founder of Fat Sal's deli in Westwood, Los Angeles. Once being overweight, the adorable actor have eventually lost weight by trading "burgers and fries for tofu, fresh organic fruit and vegetables".