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Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth:
Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth:
Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth $55 Million
Richard Dreyfuss is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $55 million. Richard Dreyfuss was born in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Los Angeles before his tenth birthday. Richard started acting as a teenager before attending California State University Northridge for just two sessions. His early TV roles include “In Mama’s House”, “Peyton Place”, “Gidget” and “Bewitched”, and Dreyfuss could acquire parts in several on-stage productions. Richard had several small movie parts through the late ’60s and early ’70s before getting his first lead in “The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz” in 1974. A year later, he starred in the Steven Spielberg hit “Jaws”, which launched his career, and later “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” with the exact same director. Dreyfuss took home his first Oscar for Best Actor in 1978 for the 1977 film “The Goodbye Girl”. Soon after, he developed a cocaine addiction and was detained in 1982 after a drug-fueled car accident. After rehabilitation, he appeared in “Down And Out In Beverly Hills”, “Stakeout”, “Stand by Me”, “The Body”, and “Constantly”. In 1994, Dreyfuss was invited to the Vatican to perform before Pope John Paul II. A year later, he received his second Oscar nomination, this time because of his performance in “Mr. Holland’s Opus”. Dreyfuss has been married three times and has three children from his first union to Jeramie Rain, which ended in 1995. His marriage to Janelle Lacey finished after six years in 2005, and he has been wed to present wife Svetlana Erohkin since 2006. Dreyfuss is an outspoken political activist, the co author of a historical thriller novel and suffers from bipolar disorder. He lives in California along with his wife.
American performer Richard Stephen Dreyfuss was born on October 29th 1947 in Brooklyn, New York and has a net worth of $55 Million. He started his performing career when he attended Beverly Hills Jewish Center. At age 15, he made his advent in Mama’s House, a TV production. However, he did act in several small TV productions during that interval and also in in the late 1960’s done improvisational theater, repertory, and Broadway. Dreyfuss made his filming introduction in The Graduate, with just one line, followed by a few more lines in 1967’s Valley of the Dolls. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz in 1974 got him his first lead character, with excellent reviews. Two Steven Spielberg movies followed with Dreyfuss starring in both, and he moved on to become the youngest celebrity at that time to win the Best Actor Award at age 29. The award was for The Goodbye Girl in 1977. Although he had some bad experiences with cocaine for an interval in his life, his career didn’t falter and he continued to work amassing his net worth of $55 million.