Kathryn Erbe Net Worth

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Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 5, 1965 (55 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Kathryn Erbe Net Worth:
$8 Million

Kathryn Erbe net worth and salary: Kathryn Erbe is an American actress who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Born in Newton, Massachusetts, Kathryn Erbe graduated from New York University in the late 80s. She began acting professionally while she was still in college, appearing on the television show, “Chicken Soup” opposite Lynn Redgrave. She then went on to appear in numerous acclaimed productions with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, and received a Tony nomination for her performance in 1991’s “The Speed of Darkness”. She also began adding film projects to her resume in the early 90s, playing co-starring or supporting roles in such films as, “What About Bob”, “D2: The Mighty Ducks”, “Kiss of Death”, and “Dream with the Fishes”. She also appeared on such shows as, “Homicide: Life on the Street” and “Oz”. In 2001, she was cast in the role that would bring her the most widespread fame, as Detective Alexandra Eames on “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”.

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Inspirational Quotes by Kathryn Erbe

My heart grows every day through struggling and love of my kids. It helps balance everything else - the work and the world. It helps keep me grounded and in perspective of what is really meaningful to me.

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Yosemite' opened doors for me in the New York theater community in amazing ways. There's a whole world of fearless young theater makers here who put shows together on a shoestring budget and with gigantic hearts.

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After 'Oz,' I've learned how to check out and not let that stuff get in.

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Being on a major network television show is like long-distance running: You have to pace yourself and maintain your energy level and your morale. There's the role you're playing on the show, and there's also your behind-the-scenes responsibility to the crew, the guest actors and the fans - not to mention your own life as a mom.

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I forgot how scary plays are. The audience is so much a part of the night - I know that a lot of it is trying to shut that out and just do your own thing.

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