Luke Perry Net Worth
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Luke Perry net worth and salary per episode: Luke Perry was an American actor who had a net worth of $10 million at the time of his death in 2019. Luke Perry was born in 1966 in Mansfield, Ohio. He was raised in Fredericktown, Ohio where he was the school mascot at Fredericktown High School Freddie. Luke Perry was best known for his role as Dylan McKay on the long running and popular Aaron Spelling television show “Beverly Hills, 90210”. In total, Luke appeared in 199 of the show’s 293 episodes. During an interview with Whoopi Goldberg in the 1990s, Luke Perry said that he auditioned for 215 acting jobs before finally booking a TV Commercial. Some of Luke Perry’s earliest roles were on the soap operas “Loving” and “Another World” in the late 1980s. Luke Perry appeared in multiple series, films, and specials, including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Jeremiah”, “The Heist” “The Sandlot: Heading Home”, “8 Seconds” “Indiscreet”, “Redemption Road”, and “The Fifth Element”. He was also a popular voice-over artist, working primarily in cartoons. Luke Perry made his Broadway debut playing Brad Majors in the 2001 revival of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. He also played Harry in the London production of “When Harry Met Sally” in 2004. Luke Perry was married to Minnie Sharp for 10 years, from 1993 to 2003. The couple has two children. Their son Jack is a professional wrestler in the American Elite Wrestling organization. Starting in 2017, Luke Perry was a main cast member of The CW show Riverdale. On February 28, 2019 Luke reportedly suffered a “massive” stroke and was rushed to an LA hospital. Tragically he did not recover and on March 4, 2019 Luke was pronounced dead at the age of 52.
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Inspirational Quotes by Luke Perry
It's hard and sometimes it's scary. It still amazes my mother. I went home for Christmas one year and there were fans all over the front lawn, hoping to see me.Luke Perry
There's a big difference between me and a real, legitimate working hand, or a world-champion rodeo cowboy. I play 'em, and I aspire to be like that, but those guys are tough.Luke Perry
It's always great when you get a chance to give someone an opportunity to step outside his envelope and show people that he can do it.Luke Perry
I knew that I was going to do Westerns. I like 'em.Luke Perry
At one point or another, everybody gets called 'the new James Dean.'Luke Perry