Tom Berenger Net Worth

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Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of Birth: 1949-05-31
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.803 m)
Profession: Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter
Nationality: United States of America
Tom Berenger Net Worth:
$8 Million

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Tom Berenger Net Worth – Tom Berenger is an American actor who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Born Thomas Michael Moore in Chicago, Illinois, in 1949, Tom Berenger graduated from the University of Missouri in Columbia with a degree in journalism before he decided to pursue acting instead. His first TV role came on soap opera “One Life to Live” as Tim Siegel from 1975 to 1976. He made his film debut at the same time with an appearance in the 1976 movie “Rush It”. Berenger went on to star in “In Praise of Older Women” before landing a role as Butch Cassidy in “Butch and Sundance: The Early Days” in 1979. During the ’80s, he starred in “Born on the Fourth of July”, “Someone to Watch Over Me”, “Major League”, “The Big Chill”, and “Platoon”, a role for which he was nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe. Other TV and film credits include “Gettysburg”, “Major League II”, “Rough Riders”, “The Gingerbread Man”, “Training Day”, “Breaking Point”, “Inception”, “Cheers”, “Ally McBeal” and “Hatfields & McCoys”. The Emmy-nominated actor has been married four times. Berenger has six children with his first three wives, and has been married to current wife, Laura Moretti, since 2012.

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Inspirational Quotes by Tom Berenger

We had training camp for a week, and we used the actual military drills of that period. We didn’t have to work out much after hours, because going up and down hills all day was a good workout in itself.

Tom Berenger

I don’t think a director should have any kids. I don’t even think it’s good for your physical health. Even guys in their 30s look exhausted because directors never get enough sleep. What I do is stressful enough.

Tom Berenger

I was so exhausted after fighting for the project for five years, shooting it was like the Bataan Death March.

Tom Berenger

I don’t care about being a star. I can do a supporting role; I don’t have to be a lead.

Tom Berenger

In this industry, the new owners prefer to kill anything they weren’t responsible for.

Tom Berenger