Actor Kevin Kline has had a career in Hollywood most actors would kill for, not to mention an estimated net worth of approximately $32.5 million. But a net worth like that doesn't come from just one or two projects. No, Kevin Kline has worked in a lot of films, and stage productions, and has the resume to prove it. In 1972, his career as an actor began in earnest when he along with some fellow actors formed what is now known as The Acting Company, touring the United States with a variety of stage productions, including everything from Shakespeare to musicals. From there, Kline moved on to slightly less prestigious ground, appearing briefly on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow. In 1982, the respected stage actor finally made the leap into feature films, appearing in Sophie's Choice from director Alan J. Pakula. It was also during this time that Kline began what would be a several-film collaboration with director Lawrence Kasdan, including The Big Chill and Silverado. In 1989, Kline won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in A Fish Called Wanda. Since then, Kline has continued to work both on the stage and in films, most recently in The Conspirator from director Robert Redford.