Michael Imperioli Net Worth

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Net Worth: $20 Million
Date of Birth: Mar 26, 1966 (54 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Guitarist, Screenwriter, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2019
Michael Imperioli Net Worth:
$20 Million

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Michael Imperioli net worth: Michael Imperioli is an Italian-American actor and television writer who has a net worth of $20 million. Michael Imperioli was born on March 26, 1966 in Mount Vernon, New York. He grew up in several different areas around New York City including Ringwood, New Jersey and Yonkers, New York. Michael’s first film role was a small part in the 1989 movie “Alexa”. He would soon appear in a series of very notable films including “Lean on Me”, “Jungle Fever” and “Malcolm X”. One of his most famous earlier roles was that of Spider in Martin Scorsese’s 1990 gangster movie “Goodfellas”. In one of the film’s most famous scenes, Spider talks back to Joe Pesci and is subsequently shot to death by Pesci’s enraged character. Between 1990 and 1999, Michael appeared in a series of high profile films until landing the part that made him a household name. Michael is probably most famous around the world for playing the role of Christopher Moltisanti on the award-winning HBO drama The Sopranos which ran from 1999 to 2007. Michael appeared in all six seasons of the critically acclaimed show. While on The Sopranos, Michael was nominated for a Golden Globe and five Emmy Awards. He won an Emmy in 2004 as part of the show’s fifth season.

Inspirational Quotes by Michael Imperioli

I played guitar in a band from when I was about 20 for three years. Then I sang a little. Then I started getting really busy as an actor and forgot about it.

Michael Imperioli

Not to toot our own horn, but when ‘The Sopranos’ was on, it was as good as any movie that was coming out in the theater. I think that goes for a lot of shows today.

Michael Imperioli

When I was young, you went to school, dealt with your friends and drama, went home, did your homework, went to bed, and started over the next day. But that social interaction that happens at school doesn’t end now – it goes until the minute you go to bed and starts again when you wake up.

Michael Imperioli

I’ve played some gangster roles, but that’s obviously not me. When you’re an Italian-American New York actor, it’s just an easy way to get cast.

Michael Imperioli

I’d go for parts that didn’t pay a dime, and there would be 300 to 400 actors there. It could be very discouraging. To make it in this business, you have to have a kind of dumb sense that you’re really good. You have to believe that someone is going to recognize that.

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