Erik Estrada Net Worth
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Erik Estrada Net Worth: Erik Estrada is an American actor and reserve police officer who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Erik Estrada is most widely known for his work on the popular 70’s and 80’s television show, “ChiPs”. He has also enjoyed a successful career as a voiceover artist, currently doing voiceover work on the Cartoon Network’s “SeaLab 2012”, and as a performer on various Spanish-language telenovelas. Born Henry Enrique Estrada on March 16, 1949, in New York City, US, he has captured the hearts of millions of fans world-wide playing highway patrol officer Frank Poncherello in the highly successful television series, “CHiP’s”. In addition to the six year run of the series, Estrada also found fame with his work in Spanish language telenovelas (soap operas), reality TV shows and infomercials. But let’s not forget his great career as voiceover artist and his current working engagement at the Cartoon Network’s Sealab 2021, which reportedly earned him an estimated net worth of $2 million. It was back in 1970 that he made his film debut with The Cross and the Switchblade in the role of Nicky Cruz along with Pat Boone who appeared in the role of David Wilkerson. He got the chance to star in the disaster film Airport (1975), before his breakthrough role in ChiPs. Since he has appeared in the three-part episode of the police drama Hunter, TV series Armed and Famous (2007) and maybe the biggest telenovela Dos mujeres, un camino (Two women, one road) in 1993. On the big screen, he could be seen in From Dusk ‘Til Dawn (1996). As for his private life, he was married three times. He was married and divorced to both Joyce Miller (1979-1980) and Peggy Rowe (1985-1990) with two children. His present wife is Nanette Mirkovich and they have one child.
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Inspirational Quotes by Erik Estrada
As a Latino growing up in Spanish harlem, it's not easy trying not to be hot-headed.Erik Estrada
Oh my God... I worked with George C. Scott, way before 'Chips,' in 'The New Centurion.' I co-star in that movie. It was great working with him. I worked with Charlton Heston, Glenn Ford, Robert Mitchum. Stacy Each. The old Hollywood. I met John Wayne, and that was a thrill. I was working next door to him.Erik Estrada
I really love the karate thing I did on CHIPs. I studied with a trainer because I knew we'd do episodes that had karate.Erik Estrada
Playing a positive role on a network television show, it was great. I took it as a responsibility. Poncherello was supposed to be Poncherelli, and then when I got this part I said, 'You know what, this guy isn't going to be Italian-American, he's gonna be Hispanic American.' And they went with it.Erik Estrada
I do get a lot of mail. I get a lot of foreign mail because my mail gets mixed with Emilio Estevez.Erik Estrada