Steve Guttenberg net worth: Steve Guttenberg is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $15 million. Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1958, Guttenberg was only twenty-years-old when he turned into one of the biggest comedic and dramatic box-office draws in the world. Cast in Levinson's 1982 classic comedy Diner, Guttenberg went on to become the sensation of the decade. He became known during the 1980s, headlining several hit films including Police Academy (1984), Cocoon (1985), Short Circuit (1986) and Three Men and a Baby (1987). Guttenberg made his Broadway debut with 1991′s Prelude to a Kiss, after which he partook in several theater productions like The Boys Next Door and Furthest From the Sun. As for his TV roles, the most popular is his turn as Mayor Woody Goodman in 2004′s mystery series Veronica Mars. Meanwhile, he also served as director, producer, co-writer and actor on the 2002′s film adaptation of the Broadway hit P.S. Your Cat is Dead. Furthermore, he was the executive producer of the Emmy-award winning show CBS Schoolbreak Special, a broadcast focused on issues affecting high school students. In addition to the above, Guttenberg was added to the cast of the reality show Dancing with the Stars in the spring of 2008, along with professional dancer Anna Trebunskaya as his dancing partner. When he is not on screen or stage, he is focused on helping the homeless and to improving opportunities for young people. He set up Guttenhouse, an apartment complex that accommodates those in need who are past their foster child status. Also, he was named Ambassador for Children's Issues by the Entertainment Industry Foundation and when Hurricane Katrina hit the U.S. in 2005, Guttenberg was one of the volunteers at the Houston Astrodome for a week. He was married for three years with model Denise Bixler, until they separated in June 1991 and divorced one year later.