Martin Kove Net Worth

How much is Martin Kove worth?

Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Mar 6, 1946 (74 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Martin Kove Net Worth:
$2 Million

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Actor Martin Kove has a networth that has to be considered modest.

Martin Kove net worth: Martin Kove is an American actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Martin Kove was born in Brooklyn, New York in March 1947. He has more than 200 acting credits to his name and starred as George Baker in the television series Code R in 1977. Kove starred as Victor Isbecki in the TV series Cagney & Lacey from 1981 to 1988. In 1989 he starred as Jesse on the series Hard Time on Planet Earth. He has starred in several movies including The Last House on the Left, Cops and Robbers, Capone, Seven, The Karate Kid, Rambo: First Blood Part II, The Karate Kid, Part II, Steele Justice, The Karate Kid, Part III, Wyatt Earp, The Expendables and more. Kove has also apepraed in episodes of the TV series Gunsmoke, Kojak, The Incredible Hulk, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Renegade, Walker, Texas Ranger, Diagnosis Murder, Criminal Minds, and The Goldbergs.

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Inspirational Quotes by Martin Kove

The Karate Kid’ was just lightning in a bottle. The second movie is a very worthy sequel, because you got to explore the Okinawan culture and learned about Miyagi’s life. The third, as is always the case, was made because the second one made a lot of money.

Martin Kove

From the moment I got to Hollywood, I’ve always felt like I never really got to do what I wanted to do. In general, artists feel that you’re never really allowed to accomplish what you would like to accomplish because there’s just so much of this system that gets in the way; the business gets in the way of the art.

Martin Kove

Certainly in the movie business there are bullies all over – bullies in the distribution business, exhibition business, production. Fine-tuning adult bullying is different. When a bully is an adult, it’s a whole different set of colors.

Martin Kove