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Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth

Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth

Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth: Richard Dreyfuss is an Actor. Richard Dreyfuss was born October 29, 1947, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States. According to Forbes, Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth is $55 Million. Richard Dreyfuss began as a teenager before the California State University North Ridge two semesters. Richard Dreyfuss played several roles in the small film in the late 1960s and early 1970s and then tackled his first “Duddy Kravitz apprenticeship” in 1974. A year later he starred in Steven Spielberg, And later with the same Director of the “third relationship found”. In 1977, Dreyfuss in 1978 in light of the “farewell girl” in his first Oscar won the best actor. Shortly thereafter, Richard Dreyfuss developed a cocaine addict and was arrested in 1982 for refueling. He has been married three times, with three children from his first marriage to Jeramie Rain, which ended in 1995. Janelle and Lacey’s union ended in 2005 for six years, and since 2006 Richard Dreyfuss married his current wife, Svetlana Erohkin. He is an open political activist, co-author of historical suspense novels, with bipolar disorder. Richard Dreyfuss and his wife live in California.

Richard Dreyfuss Net Worth is $55 Million

First Name Richard
Middle Name Stephen
Last Name Dreyfuss
Another Name Richard Stephen Dreyfus
Age 69 years
Date of Birth 29th October 1947
Place of Birth Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Height 5′ 5″ (165 cm)
Build Average
Eye Blue
Hair Grey
Distinctive Feature Low-pitched, nasal voice
Star Sign Scorpio
Sexuality Straight
Religion Agnostic
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
School Beverly Hills School, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
University San Fernando Valley State College (one year)
Profession Actor, Producer, Voice Artist
Claim to Fame The Goodbye Girl, Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Jaws.
Year(s) Active 1964–present
Talent Agency Agency for the Performing Arts N.Y.
Brand Endorsement Provides voice-overs for Honda television commercials (1998-), TV commercial for Apple Computer (“Think Different” campaign) (1997-8), Provided voice-overs for McDonald’s TV Commercials in early 1990s (“If it’s not right, we’ll make it right”), Recorded a 30-second radio public service announcement and a 10-second and a 30-second television public service announcement for the Americans for National Parks campaign about the nation’s troubled national parks.TV PSA for National Parks (2002)
Father Norman Dreyfuss (Attorney and Restaurateur)
Mother Geraldine Dreyfuss
Brother Lorin Dreyfuss
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