Ruth Buzzi net worth: Ruth Buzzi is an American actress and comedienne who has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars. Born in Westerly, Rhode Island, Ruth Buzzi grew up in Connecticut and relocated to California when she was seventeen to attend the Pasadena Playhouse for the Performing Arts. In addition to studying dance, voice, and theater, she also trained to be a hairdresser as a back-up profession. She began working in theater professionally when she was nineteen, touring with Rudy Vallee. She then relocated to New York, and began a busy career appearing in Off-Broadway productions and touring musical revues. She first came to national attention performing in a comedy duo act with Dom DeLuise. This led to a role on Broadway opposite Gwen Verdon, in "Sweet Charity". She was subsequently cast in the role that would bring her lasting fame, as a cast member on the hit series, "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In". She has won numerous acting honors.
Buzzi has been an extremely wise investor outside of acting. Ruth and her husband Kent Perkins have invested in a wide range of assets around Texas including a shopping center, a ranch, a farm, oil wells, gas wells, minerals and more. The couple's car collection alone is reportedly worth $2.5 million. Their collection includes a Rolls Royce, Bentley and several antique Jaguars. Ruth and Kent also support several children's charities and a rescue ranch for dogs. Ruth was recently honored as one of the "Great Women of Texas" by the Ft. Worth Business Press. She has been nominated for five Emmys and won the 1972 Golden Globe for best female performer, comedy or variety. Ruth is a member of the TV Hall of Fame.