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Michael Emerson net worth: Michael Emerson is an American actor who has a net worth of $8 million. Michael Emerson was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Emerson moved to New York to pursue a career in acting after studying theater at Drake University. He was unsuccessful initially, and moved away from New York and began working as a teacher and appearing in regional theater productions. He returned to school and completed his Master’s Degree in Acting in the early 90s, and began to attract attention working in theater in New York. He appeared in critically acclaimed productions of “Gross Indecency: The Trials of Oscar Wilde”, “Le Misanthrope”, and “The Iceman Cometh”, among other productions. In 2001, he gained more notice for his Emmy-winning guest-starring role on “The Practice”. This led to a recurring role on “Lost” and multiple Emmy nominations for his work. He is currently working on the J.J. Abrams pilot, “Person of Interest”, in addition to continuing to work onstage.
Inspirational Quotes by Michael Emerson
I was a housepainter and a landscape nursery man, and all these various odd jobs I had, and started doing community theater.Michael Emerson
I’m very proud of my New York debut. I played Oscar Wilde in ‘Gross Indecency’ off Broadway in about 1997. And I was very proud of my Broadway debut in ‘The Iceman Cometh.’Michael Emerson
I’ve played villains on stage – you know, the Iagos and so on – but I think of myself as a funny person. I mostly did comedies before I did TV work.Michael Emerson
Yeah, it’s funny, working on a show with as large a cast as we have here, your work gets sort of compartmentalized. There’s still about half the cast that I’ve never had a scene with but I have missed working with Terry.Michael Emerson
I have had some good fortune in the world of television. I have had it late in life after many youthful struggles and a change of careers.Michael Emerson