Steve Zahn Net Worth

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Steve Zahn Net Worth:
$25 Million

Steve Zahn net worth: Steve Zahn is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $25 million. Steve Zahn earned his net worth through his acting roles in television, films, Broadway, as well as voice acting in animated films. Prior to making his big break in Ben Stiller's comedy drama Reality Bites (1994), he was on a tour with the Barry Weissler production of Bye Bye Birdie along with Tommy Tune, Ann Reinking, and Marc Kudisch. In 1995 he appeared in an episode of hit series Friends (1994-2004), as Phoebe Buffay's husband Duncan. He has since appeared in few more feature films in the mid-1990s, including Tom Hanks' That Thing You Do! (1996) and Nora Ephron's You've Got Mail (1997). While Zahn's most popular movies have been his later ones, including National Security (2003) and Daddy Day Care (2003). As for the strongest critical acclaim, he received it for his turn in Riding in Cars with Boys, in which he starred as Drew Barrymore's dim-witted, drug addict husband. Furthermore, he voiced Runt of the Litter in Chicken Little, as well as he gave in dramatic performances in Rescue Dawn (2006) and the television mini-series Comanche Moon (2008). Steve Zahn was also a regular on HBO's Treme, on which he played the character of Davis McAlary. Off screen, he spends time with his wife Robyn Peterman, also an actress, with whom he has two children.

Steve Zahn Net Worth

Steve Zahn

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:Nov 13, 1967 (53 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Profession:Actor, Comedian, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America

Steve Zahn Earnings

  • Sahara
    $2,200,000
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