How rich is Brent Jay Spiner?
Brent Jay Spiner Net Worth:
Brent Jay Spiner Net Worth:
Brent Spiner Net Worth $7 Million
Celebrity Brent Spiner has a net worth of $7 million. Before Data and Star Trek, Spiner’s career started in the stage. In New York, Spiner worked on both Broadway and off Broadway plays, including The Three Musketeers and Sunday in the Park with George. Spiner also appeared in movie during this period of his career, although largely in non speaking roles including the one he had in Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories. From there, Spiner moved to la, where he started working in a number of pilots for TV movies, and television shows including Night Court and Tales in the Dark Side. In 1987, Brent Spiner’s Star Trek career started as Lieutenant Commander Data in the Star Trek series Star Trek: The Next Generation. He also impersonated Data in a number of Star Trek films, most recently in Star Trek: Nemesis. Since Star Trek, Spiner has kept busy with a variety of endeavors, including appearing in the sci-fi blockbuster Independence Day, and an record of 1940s pop standards Ol’ Yellow Eyes Is Back, the title of which is a play on his well-known yellow eyes he sported while impersonating Data.
American actor, Brent Spiner comes with an estimated net worth of $7 million. Best known for playing the android Lieutenant Commander Data on the syndicated television series Star Trek: The Next Generation as well as in its feature film spinoffs, Brent Spiner is also a gifted vocalist. Before consenting to play Data, Spiner had spent a decade on the New York stage. A native of Houston, TX, he was raised by his mom and her second husband (Spiner’s actual dad died when he was a baby). The Quaid brothers Randy and Dennis were among his high school classmates and also the three learned about playing under Cecil Pickett. Spiner enrolled there shortly after graduation, but simply remained at the university through 1974 when he determined to be a professional actor in New York. Like many other aspiring the spians, Spiner had dues to pay in the shape of taking a job as a cab driver before launching his career off-Broadway.He made his Broadway debut with Sunday in the Park With George opposite Mandy Patinkin. He made his television debut in a miniseries, The Dain Curse, and first appeared in pictures with a bit part in Woody Allen’s Stardust Memories (1980).
|Birth date:||February 2, 1949|
|Birth place:||Houston, Texas, U.S.|
|Height:||5' 10" (1.78 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Soundtrack, Writer|
|Education:||Bellaire High School, University of Houston|
|Parents:||Sylvia Spiner, Sol Mintz, Jack Spiner|
|Awards:||Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|Nominations:||Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Satellite Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film|
|Movies:||Independence Day: Resurgence, Star Trek Nemesis, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek Generations, The Master of Disguise, Star Trek: Insurrection, The Aviator, Out to Sea, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, Material Girls, Superhero Movie, Phenomenon, Stardust Memories, Rent Control, I Am Sam, Miss Firecracker, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, The Midnight Man, Corrina, Corrina, Pie in the Sky, Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey, Geppetto, The Dain Curse, Jack, The Ponder Heart, Sunday in the Park with George|
|TV shows:||The Paper Chase, Ryan's Hope, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deadly Games, Threshold, Alphas, Fresh Hell, Star Wars Rebels, Robert Kennedy and His Times|
|Albums:||Ol' Yellow Eyes Is Back, Dreamland|