Charles Grodin Net Worth

Charles Grodin Net Worth:
$12 Million
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Charles Grodin net worth: Charles Grodin was an American actor, comedian, and author who had a net worth of $12 million at the time of his death. Over a multi-decade career, Grodin starred in dozens of popular movies. He is perhaps best remembered by younger audiences for starring in the "Beethoven" movies, the first of which grossed $150 million on a budget of $18 million in 1992.

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Charles Grodin attended the University of Miami, but ultimately dropped out in order to focus on an acting career full-time. He began both his professional on-camera and stage careers in the mid-1950s, appearing in the film "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" and the Broadway production of "Tchin-Tchin". From there, he went on to appear in multiple television productions throughout the 60s, including, "The Young Marrieds", "Shane", "The Virginian", "N.Y.P.D", and "The Big Valley".

Charles temporarily retired from acting in the mid-1990s to focus on writing. He also became a talk show host

He also wrote and directed multiple projects on Broadway, before deciding to split his focus between film and theater work throughout the 70s. He gained a reputation as an excellent comedic actor with his performances in movies like "Dave," "Midnight Run," "The Heartbreak Kid" and "Heaven Can Wait," among other projects.

Charles Grodin died on May 18, 2021 at the age of 86.

Charles Grodin Net Worth

Charles Grodin

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 21, 1935 - May 18, 2021 (86 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft (1.83 m)
Profession:Comedian, Actor, Author, Presenter, Radio personality, Screenwriter, Television Director
Nationality:United States of America
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