Judd Hirsch Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$12 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Mar 15, 1935 (87 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||The Bronx|
|Height:||6 ft (1.829 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
What Is Judd Hirsch's Net Worth?
Judd Hirsch is an American actor who has a net worth of $12 million. Hirsch acquired his net worth through a lifelong career in acting, appearing in classic TV series, films, and plays. Judd has appeared in more than 90 film and television projects, and he is known for starring as Alex Rieger on "Taxi" (1978–1983), John Lacey on "Dear John" (1988–1992), and Alan Eppes on "Numb3rs" (2005–2010). He earned an Academy Award nomination for his performance in the 1980 film "Ordinary People," and he also appeared in "Independence Day" (1996), "A Beautiful Mind" (2001), "Independence Day: Resurgence" (2016), and "Uncut Gems" (2019). Hirsch has been no stranger to the theatre world, winning Tony Awards for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for "I'm Not Rappaport" (1986) and "Conversations with my Father" (1992).
Judd Hirsch was born Judd Seymore Hirsch on March 15, 1935, in New York City. His parents, Joseph (an electrician) and Sally, both came from Jewish families. Judd and his brother, Roland, grew up in The Bronx and Brooklyn, and he attended DeWitt Clinton High School, graduating in 1952. Hirsch then enrolled at City College of New York, where he earned a physics degree. After college, he joined the military and served a tour in the Army. Judd also took acting classes at NYC's HB Studio.
In the early '70s, Hirsch had uncredited roles in the films "Jump" (1970) and "Serpico" (1973), then he played Murray Stone in the 1974 TV movie "The Law" and the 1975 miniseries of the same name. From 1976 to 1977, he starred as Sergeant Dominick Delvecchio on the CBS series "Delvecchio," and in 1977, he guest-starred on "Rhoda" and earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series. In 1978, Judd landed the role of Alex Reiger on the ABC (later NBC) sitcom "Taxi," appearing in 114 episodes over five seasons. He played Dr. Tyrone C. Berger in 1980's "Ordinary People," then he appeared in the films "Without a Trace" (1983), "The Goodbye People" (1984), and "Teachers" (1984). In 1988, Hirsch starred in the film "Running on Empty" and began playing the title role on NBC's "Dear John," which aired 90 episodes over four seasons. In 1996, he appeared in the blockbuster science-fiction film "Independence Day," which grossed $817.4 million at the box office, and he reprised the role of Julius Levinson in 2016's "Independence Day: Resurgence, which brought in $389.7 million. From 1997 to 1998, Hirsch co-starred with Bob Newhart on the CBS sitcom "George and Leo," then he appeared in the 1999 films "Out of the Cold" and "Man on the Moon."
In 2001, Judd appeared in the Academy Award-winning film "A Beautiful Mind," then he guest-starred on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" in 2003. From 2005 to 2010, he played Alan Eppes on the CBS crime drama "Numb3rs," appearing in 114 episodes over six seasons. In 2011, Hirsch had a cameo in "The Muppets" and co-starred with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy in "Tower Heist." He had a recurring role on the legal thriller "Damages" from 2011 to 2012, then he appeared in the film "Altered Minds" (2013) and co-starred with Stiller, Adam Sandler, and Dustin Hoffman in "The Meyerowitz Stories" (2017). Judd reunited with Sandler in the critically-acclaimed 2019 film "Uncut Gems." Hirsch had recurring roles on the television series "Maron" (2013–2015) and "The Goldbergs" (2015–2021), and he played Abraham "Abe" Morgan on ABC's "Forever" (2014–2015) and Arthur Przybyszewsk on the CBS series "Superior Donuts" (2017–2018). In recent years, Judd has guest-starred on "The Big Bang Theory" (2016), "Modern Love" (2019), "God Friended Me" (2020), and "Hunters" (2020).
Judd married Elisa Sadaune in 1963, and they welcomed son Alex (born in 1966) before divorcing in 1967. Hirsch then wed fashion designer Bonni Sue Chalkin in 1992, and they had son London and daughter Montana before divorcing in 2005.
Awards and Nominations
In 1981, Hirsch earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for "Ordinary People." He has received eight Golden Globe nominations, winning Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for "Dear John" in 1989; two of his nominations were for Dear John," and he earned five for "Taxi" and one for "Ordinary People." Judd has been nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards (five for "Taxi" and one for "Rhoda"), taking home the prize for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for " Taxi" in 1981 and 1983. He was named Best Actor for "Polish Bar" at the 2011 Beverly Hills Film Festival, and won the award for Best Supporting Actor – Drama for "Small Miracles" at the 2015 Indie Series Awards.
Hirsch was named Working Stiff of the Year at the TV Land Awards in 2003, and in 2007, the "Taxi" cast was honored with the Medallion Award. Judd and his "A Beautiful Mind" co-stars earned a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture and an Awards Circuit Community Award nomination for Best Cast Ensemble. Hirsch has also received three Gold Derby Award nominations: Drama Guest Actor (2007) and Drama Guest Actor of the Decade (2010) for "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" and Comedy Guest Actor (2016) for "The Big Bang Theory." In addition to the two Tonys he won for his theatre work, Judd received a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play for "Knock Knock" (1976), and "Talley's Folly" (1980) earned him nominations from the Tony Awards and Drama Desk Awards.
In the 1980s, Judd purchased a 77 acre property in the town of Napanock, New York for an undisclosed amount. He then spent a decade building a multi-structure compound. In addition to the main house, the compound has 12 additional buildings including a guest house, art studio, meditation studio, a bard and two separate garages, both of which feature apartments on the second floors.
Judd listed the property for sale in January 2021 for $6.2 million. In August of 2021 he lowered the price to $4.5 million.