George Wendt Net Worth

How much is George Wendt worth?

Net Worth: $45 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 17, 1948 (72 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Profession: Actor, Singer
Nationality: United States of America
George Wendt Net Worth:
$45 Million

George Wendt net worth: George Wendt is an American actor who has a net worth of $45 million. Born George Wendt III in October of 1948, he is most known for his role of Norm Peterson on Cheers, a highly rated comedy show in the 1980s. He hails from Chicago and was born to Loretta and George, a realtor and navy officer. His grandfather on his mother’s side was famous photographer, Tom Howard. After being expelled from the University of Notre Dame (he received a GPA of 0 for his first semester of his junior year), he attended the Jesuit Rockhurst College in Kansas City. It was here that he earned in bachelor’s degree in economics. After college he went to join Chicago’s prestigious Second City comedy troupe, where he learned the art of improv. It was then that he began to take on on-screen roles, such as House, The Little Rascals, and Man of the House. His first on-screen performance was an uncredited role in Airplane 2: The Sequel. Wendt is married to fellow actor, Bernadette Birkett. Together they starred in the comedy, Never Too Late, in the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas from November 2013 to January 2014.

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Inspirational Quotes by George Wendt

Honestly, I'm a shallow performer. I just go with the text and feel my way around it. There's not a whole lot of shaping.

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Most of the holiday movies I enjoy, like 'It's a Wonderful Life,' don't really involve Santa.

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I like to keep busy.

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I get called to do a lot of labors of love... independent films on very small budgets. If I have the time and if the project speaks to me, it's better than sitting around, right?

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I like New York.

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