Vondie Curtis-Hall Net Worth

Vondie Curtis-Hall Net Worth:
$4 Million

Vondie Curtis-Hall Net Worth and salary: Vondie Curtis-Hall is an American actor and director who has a net worth of $4 million. Vondie Curtis-Hall was born in Detroit, Michigan in September 1956. He is best known for his role as Dr. Dennis Hancock on the television series Chicago Hope. Vondie started out as a stage actor and was a member of the original cast of the Broadway musical Dreamgirls. Vondie's brother is designer Kevan Hall. Curtis-Hall first appeared in the movie Coming to America in 1988. From 1995 to 1999 he starred as Dr. Dennis Hancock in the TV series Chicago Hope. Curtis-Hall has also had recurring roles in the TV series I'll Fly Away, ER, Soul Food, and Chasing Life. He has also starred in the movies Passion Fish, One Good Cop, Sugar Hill, Drop Squad, Eve's Bayou, Crooklyn, and William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet. He has directed episodes of the TV series ER, MDs, Firefly, The Shield, Sleeper Cell, Boston Legal, Gossip Girl, and The Starter Wife. He has won two Black Reel Awards a Gotham Award, and a Satellite Award. Curtis-Hall has also been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and three Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Houses: In 2009, Vondie Curtis-Hall and his director/actress wife Kasi Lemmons sold a 1.25 acre Hollywood Hills home for $2.175 million. They purchased that property in 1998 for $675,000.

Vondie Curtis-Hall Net Worth

Vondie Curtis-Hall

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth:1956-09-30
Profession:Actor, Film director, Television Director
Nationality:United States of America
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