Joe Mantegna Net Worth

How much is Joe Mantegna worth?

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:November 13, 1947 (73 years old)
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Gender:Male
Height:1.8 m, 5 ft 10 in
Profession:Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Television producer, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Joe Mantegna Net Worth:
$25 Million

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Joe Mantegna Net Worth and Salary: Joe Mantegna is an American actor, producer, writer, director, and voice actor who has a net worth of $25 million. Joe Mantegna first gained widespread fame through his roles in box-office hits such as Three Amigos in 1986, The Godfather III in 1990, Forget Paris in 1995 and Up Close & Personal in 1996. He is also famous for playing the role of FBI Special Agent David Rossi, in the CBS television series Criminal Minds. Joe earned Emmy Award nominations for his work on three different mini-series, The Last Don in 1997, The Rat Pack in 1999, and The starter Wife in 2007. He has also been the executive producer on several films and made for TV movies such as Corduroy in 1984, Hoods in 1998, and in Lakeboat filmed in 2000. Mantegna has had many television roles like the short lived series First Monday in 2002, and Joan of Arcadia from 2003-2005. He has had the reoccurring role of mob boss Fat Tony on the animated comedy series The Simpsons and played the same role in The Simpsons Movie in 2007.

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Inspirational Quotes by Joe Mantegna

For every Mother Teresa, there’s a Jeffrey Dahmer.

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But we’re still in somewhat a Puritanical society in a lot of ways.

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If you’re going to believe in a God, then you also have to equally believe that there’s a flip side to this.

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You talk to the real cops and they say ninety percent of it is paperwork.

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I reached that day that I always thought might happen, where I say to myself I don’t want to do this anymore. I’m looking for some stability. I want to stay home.

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