Julie Kavner Net Worth

How much is Julie Kavner Worth?

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Julie Kavner net worth:
$55 Million

Julie Kavner's Salary

$300 Thousand Per Episode

Julie Kavner net worth and salary: Julie Kavner is an American actress who has a net worth of $55 million dollars. Julie Kavner was born on September 7, 1950 in Los Angeles, California. She is an actress, comedian, and voice over artist, who is most widely recognized as the voice of Marge Simpson, on "The Simpsons". Prior to The Simpsons, Kavner won an Emmy for her role as Brenda Morgenstern on the 70s sitcom, "Rhoda". She has also appeared in more than a dozen films since 1982 and a variety of televisions shows. On The Simpsons, Kavner voices Marge as well as Marge's mother and sisters Patty and Selma. She is notoriously private and almost reclusive. Kavner rarely makes public appearances and does not allow anyone to photograph her at work. She has been living with producer David Davis since 1976.

Julie Kavner Salary
How much does Julie Kavner make per episode of The Simpsons? $300,000

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Julie Kavner Net Worth and Salary

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Julie Kavner

Actor
Date of Birth
Sep 7, 1950
Profession
Actor, Comedian, Voice Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Nicknames
Julie Deborah Kavner, Julia Deborah Kavner, Jooooolie Kavner, Ghoulie Julie Kavner, Ghouls Kavner, Julie Kadavener, Drooly Kavner, Ghoulie Kavner, Julie D Carver, Julie Kadaver Kavner

Julie Kavner Earnings

  • The Simpsons
    $100,000/episode
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