Michael Rapaport Net Worth

How much is Michael Rapaport worth?

Net Worth: $12 Million
Date of Birth: Mar 20, 1970 (50 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor, Film director, Comedian, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Michael Rapaport Net Worth:
$12 Million

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Michael Rapaport net worth: Michael Rapaport is an American actor, director and comedian who has a net worth of $12 million. Michael Rapaport as earned his net worth as an actor in more than forty films and many TV series. His television credits include Boston Public, Prison Break, Friends, Justified, and The War at Home. He was born on March 20, 1970 in Manhattan, New York. His father David Rapaport was a radio program manager, and his mother June Brody was a New York radio personality. He is of Jewish descent. After being expelled from high school he moved to Los Angeles, California to try a run in stand-up comedy. He has since appeared in both dramatic as well as comedy roles. Michael is married to Nichole Beattie and they have two children. He also appeared in the music video for H2O a hardcore punk band in their song ‘What Happened’. The lead singer Toby Morse is a close personal friend of Michael’s. He also participated in the NBA All-Star Weekend’s Celebrity Game on February 12, 2010 in which he won MVP. His notable movie roles include The 6th Day, Hitch, Men of Honor, The Heat and True Romance.

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Inspirational Quotes by Michael Rapaport

I heard Q-Tip on the Jungle Brothers’ song ‘The Promo.’ It was very exciting. It was very new. The music and the culture around hip-hop was evolving. I think there’s an emotional quality to their music and there’s a vulnerability to the music. For me, A Tribe Called Quest was my Beatles.

Michael Rapaport

Right now I’m taking a break from hip-hop documentaries. But I would do it if things lined up.

Michael Rapaport

I grew up in New York City in the ’80s, and it was the epicenter of hip-hop. There was no Internet. Cable television wasn’t as broad. I would listen to the radio, hear cars pass by playing a song, or tape songs off of the radio. At that time, there was such an excitement around hip-hop music.

Michael Rapaport

The effect hip-hop had on me was enormous. I was exposed to it by happenstance. My father worked at a radio station in New York called WKTU Disco 92. It was the first radio station in New York City to play disco in the late ’70s.

Michael Rapaport

I would love to document the Roots; I think they have an interesting story. I have a curiosity about them. Their musicality and their live performances I think would be great, and I have a feeling that there are stories behind each one of them.

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