Joe Pesci net worth: Joe Pesci is an American actor, comedian and musician who has a net worth of $50 million. Known for his collaborations with actor Robert De Niro and film director Martin Scorsese, Pesci has played various roles in his career, from violent mobsters to comedic leads to quirky sidekicks. His high profile films include Raging Bull (1980), Once Upon a Time in America (1980), Goodfellas (1990), My Cousin Vinny (1992), JFK (1991), Casino (1995), Home Alone (1990), as well as the Lethal Weapon series (1989-1998). In 1999, Pesci decided to live away from the camera, announcing his retirement from acting in order to peruse a musical career. However, after his six-year hiatus from acing, he got back for a cameo in The Good Shepherd (2006). Because of his short stature, high-pitched voice with a rapid-fire way of talking and New Jersey accent, Joe has been often cast to play short-tempered characters, prone to explosively violent outbursts. Throughout his career, he has been Academy Award and BAFTA winner and nominee, in addition to which he received numerous other awards and recognition. Divorced with one child, Pesci currently resides in Lavallette, New Jersey.
Joe Pesci Net Worth
Date of Birth
Feb 9, 1943 (73 years old)
Actor, Comedian, Musician, Singer
United States of America
5 ft 3 in (1.6256 m)
Joseph Frank Pesci, Joe Ritchie, Joseph Frank "Joe" Pesci
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Joe Pesci Earnings
- Lethal Weapon 4$3,000,000
- Jimmy Hollywood$3,500,000
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