How rich is Judge Reinhold?
Judge Reinhold Net Worth:
|Birth date:||May 21, 1957|
|Birth place:||Wilmington, Delaware, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Amy Reinhold (m. 2000), Carrie Frazier (m. 1985–1986)|
|Parents:||Regina Celeste Reinhold, Edward Ernest Reinhold, Sr.|
|TV shows:||The O'Keefes, Easy Money|
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Judge Reinhold wiki & biography:
Reinhold – What Is It?
Judge Reinhold is an American celebrity with a net worth of $5 million. Judge Reinhold did not make this net worth over nighttime — it came from years working in movie and TV as an actor. His profession as an actor had an inauspicious start in the stage, working for Burt Reynolds’ dinner theater in a tiny town in Florida. From there, his first big break (and one of his most popular characters) came from Fast Times at Ridgemont High. This film led to Reinhold getting cast in some big films, including Beverly Hills Cop, which led to two additional sequels, both of which also featured Reinhold. No stranger to sequels, he is also appeared in multiple movies in the Santa Clause series of movies, starring Tim Allen. Reinhold has additionally done tons of memorable work on TV, most notably on Seinfeld, playing the “close-talker,” and on Arrested Development as himself. On the latter, himself appeared on the show within a show Mock Trial with J. Reinhold, a play on his uncommon first name. His name has also been the subject of comedy on Clerks: The Animated Series. Reinhold was most recently seen in the big screen in Swing Vote, starring Kevin Costner.
Judge Reinhold net worth and Salary
Following his training in the North Carolina School of the Arts, actor Judge Reinhold worked in regional repertory, dinner theaters, and “outside” plays. Fast got prominence in TV parts as gawky adolescents, notably the lead in the syndicated Capital Cities Special A Step Too Slow. In movies from 1979, Reinhold’s first leading role was high schooler Brad in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. He hit his stride in 1984, playing the nice guy detective sent to trail Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop (1984). Though he has demonstrated a persuasive villain when the need has arisen, Judge Reinhold has flourished in parts calling for decency and reliance.