Rip Torn Net Worth

How much is Rip Torn Worth?

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Rip Torn net worth:
$10 Million

Rip Torn net worth: Rip Torn is an American actor, director and producer who has a net worth of $10 million. Rip Torn was born on February 6, 1931 in Temple, Texas. Rip made his film debut in the 1956 movie "Baby Doll". He soon went on to appear in classics such as "A Face in the Crowd", "The King of Kings", and more. As he got older, he began to feel more at home playing character parts and bad guys, as in "The Cincinnati Kid" opposite Steve McQueen or "12 O'Clock High" with Gregory Peck. He didn't let this stop him from appearing in more serious, artistic films, however. He starred in Coming Apart, a film mostly composed of static "hidden camera" shots depicting a psychologist's psychological breakdown, and The Man Who Fell to Earth, in which David Bowie plays a genius and capitalistic space alien. He's also worked as a director – but he's probably most famous for his work on television. Specifically, as Artie on the innovative HBO sitcom The Larry Sanders Show, who is generally thought to rank as one of the greatest TV characters of all time. His gruff sensibility has also served him well in appearances on 30 Rock and in the films Defending Your Life, Men In Black, and Robocop 3.

Rip Torn Net Worth

Rip Torn

Actor
Date of Birth
Feb 6, 1931 (85 years old)
Profession
Actor, Voice Actor, Film director, Film Producer
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Nicknames
Elmore Ruel Torn Jr., Elmore Rudolph Torn, Elmore Rual Torn, Jr., Elmore Rual "Rip" Torn, Rip, Elmore Rual Torn, Elmore Rudolph Torn Jr.

Rip Torn Earnings

  • The United States Steel Hour
    $750
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