Dianne Wiest Net Worth

How much is Dianne Wiest worth?

Net Worth: $50 Thousand
Date of Birth: Mar 28, 1948 (72 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.638 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Dianne Wiest Net Worth:
$50 Thousand

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Actor Dianne Wiest has a networth that has to be considered relatively low.

Dianne Wiest net worth: Dianne Wiest is an American actress who has a net worth of $50 thousand. Dianne Wiest is best known for her on-screen and stage work, for which she has won multiple Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe Awards. Born in Kansas City, Missouri in March of 1948, Wiest studied theater in high school (having changed her original focus from ballet), and earned a bachelor’s degree in arts and sciences from the University of Maryland. She graduated in 1969. During college she also trained with a Shakespeare troupe, expanding her efforts on stage and eventually venturing into musicals. Then in the early 70s she began appearing on Broadway, in which she acted and stared in multiple shows. In 1980 she made her on-screen debut in the film, It’s My Turn, before taking on multiple other roles. She received her first nomination in 1983 for her work in Independence Day. Though she did not win until 1986, for which she won multiple awards for Hannah and Her Sisters. Wiest is in a long-term relationship with talent agent, Sam Cohn, with whom she has been dating for multiple years. She also has two adopted daughters, Emily, born in 1987, and Lily, born in 1991.

Dianne Wiest looking stunning, then again, who wouldn't, with such an immense net worth?

Financial Problems In January 2015, Dianne revealed that she is facing severe financial troubles. She told the New York Times that she is unable to afford her $5300 per month rent at her Manhattan apartment and will soon be forced to move out.

Inspirational Quotes by Dianne Wiest

When I was 8, I began to study ballet. In seventh grade, my mother took me into New York to study at the School of American Ballet. I loved ballet – its precision, the escape from uncertainty, and the music.

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At West Point, we first lived in Central Apartments in a third-floor walk-up next to the hospital where my father worked. My two younger brothers and I shared one big bedroom, and my parents had a tiny one.

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What I love is a peanut butter and pickle sandwich. I’ll just have peanut butter and bananas, then peanut butter and pickles. Peanut butter and chocolate I don’t recommend.

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I recently turned down a film that I didn’t want my kids to see. Priorities shift. Sometimes I’m sad about that, but not enough to do anything about it.

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The studios are very much business. Maybe it was always that way. It is really commercial now. Judgments are made and directions are given to make the cash register ring.

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