John O’Hurley Net Worth

How much is John O'Hurley worth?

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:October 9, 1954 (67 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.89 m, 6 ft 2 in
Profession:Actor, Author, Composer, Game Show Host, Performer, Pianist, Presenter, Singer, TV Personality, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
John O'Hurley Net Worth:
$12 Million

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John O’Hurley net worth and salary: John O’Hurley is an American actor and commercial spokesman who has a net worth of $12 million. John O’Hurley is probably most famous for playing Elaine Benes’ boss J. Peterman on Seinfeld. He first played his most famous character in 1995, based on the real J. Peterman of the J. Peterman Catalogue. In a fascinating example of art imitating life – in 2001, O’Hurley invested in the real J. Peterman Company and became a member of its board of directors. Since Seinfeld, O’Hurley has appeared in a number of places, most famously as a contestant on the first season of Dancing with the Stars, where his loss to actress Kelly Monaco was shrouded in controversy. This controversy eventually led to a special “grudge match” between the two celebrity dancers, with O’Hurley coming out on top. He also has a bit of a second career in the world of TV hosting, acting as the host for two game shows: To Tell the Truth, and later, Family Feud. And since 2002, he’s been the host of the Purina Annual Dog Show on Thanksgiving of every year. He hosted Family Feud from 2006 to 2010. O’Hurley hasn’t just earned acclaim as an entertainer – in 2011, he received an Ellis Island Medal of Honor for his humanitarian work.

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Inspirational Quotes by John O'Hurley

If you want to see theater you go to New York.

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I’ve learned a lot about putting a show up in Vegas. You can’t just all of a sudden put up a show here and do well. Nobody does.

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I never like to think of anything from an ending point.

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