John Ratzenberger Net Worth
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John Ratzenberger net worth: John Ratzenberger is an American actor who has a net worth of $80 million. John Ratzenberger was born in 1947 in Connecticut and is most known for his role of Cliff on the long-running comedy series, Cheers. Also an avid entrepreneur, and has lent his voice to various animated Pixar films. In fact, he has voice acted in every single Pixar film to date. Some of his most notable voice appearances include, Hamm the Piggy Bank in the Toy Story films, Mack the truck in the Cars series, and John in Wall-E. He also has to-be-released rolls in upcoming Pixar movies. Ratzenberger was working as a house framer in London when he started to work in the entertainment industry. In the 1970s he began taking on small background roles, before working his way up into larger parts. Ratzenberger is very vocal within the political community, often lending his support to Republican candidates, including John McCain. In fact, he considered running for Senate in the 2012 Connecticut primaries. He also had a 19-year marriage to Georgia Stiny, before divorcing in 2004. The couple have two children together, James John, who was born in 1987 and Nina Katherine, who was born in 1989.
Trivia: John Ratzenberger has one of the highest box office totals of any actor in history. This is largely due to the fact that he has appeared in every single Pixar movie every, but it also didn’t hurt that John had a small role in 1980’s Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. His total worldwide box office revenue to date tops $6 billion. The number one actor is Tom Hanks who has a box office total of $8 billion.
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Inspirational Quotes by John Ratzenberger
So many actors have sheer guts, will, and determination; they just need some preparation.John Ratzenberger
The pollution they produce, market, sell, and show to billions around the world is at its core contemptuous of the country that gave them better lives than nearly 100 percent of everybody who's ever lived. And they pass that contempt along for everyone to see.John Ratzenberger
Sure, the comedians who swear or use scatological humor can get laughs, but they're uncomfortable laughs.John Ratzenberger
Before 1972, no actors got residuals. They just got paid. No residuals.John Ratzenberger
When I go to the garage to pick up my clubs, I clean the spider webs off.John Ratzenberger