How rich is Jason Alexander?
Jason Alexander Net Worth:
Jason Alexander Net Worth:
Jason Alexander Net Worth $75 Million
He appeared in the La production of “The Producers” with Martin Short. He could be the Artistic Director of “Reprise! Broadway’s Greatest in La,” where he’s directed several musicals. Alexander can be an avid poker player.
Alexander is best known as among the key cast members of the award winning television sitcom Seinfeld (1989–1998), where he played George Costanza (Jerry Seinfeld’s character’s best friend since childhood). Alexander first found success on television in the advertisement for the McDonald’s McDLT. Concurrently with his Seinfeld part, Alexander supplied the voice of the lead character in the cult animated series Duckman (1994–1997). Alexander also voiced Catbert, the evil manager of human resources, in the short lived Dilbert animated series on the basis of the favorite comic strip. He made cameo appearances in the next season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, playing himself. Alexander also appeared in the seventh season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, combined with other three principal Seinfeld cast members. He also had a part in the ABC situation comedy Dinosaurs, as Al Harris (who often participated in sexual harassment) along with some other voices. Despite a somewhat successful career in film and stage, Alexander never was able to replicate his Seinfeld-degree of succeeding in television. 2001 marked his first post-Seinfeld return to primetime television: the greatly marketed but short lived ABC sitcom Bob Patterson (that was canceled after only 5 episodes). Alexander partly attributes the dearth of success on the mood of the nation after 9/11.
|Birth date:||September 23, 1959|
|Birth place:||Newark, New Jersey, United States|
|Profession:||Actor, Television Director, Singer, Comedian, Television producer, Voice Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter|
|Education:||Livingston High School, Boston University|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Daena E. Title (m. 1982-)|
|Children:||Noah Alexander, Gabriel Alexander|
|Parents:||Alexander B. Greenspan, Ruth Minnie Simon|
|Siblings:||Karen Van Horne, Michael Greenspan|
|Awards:||American Comedy Award for Funniest Supporting Male Performer in a TV Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance - Male Actor in a Comedy Series, an Ensemble in a Comedy Series|
|Nominations:||Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Comedy Series (1992), Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical, Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical, Imperial Theatre, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series (1993), Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor|
|Movies:||"Rockabye" (1986), "Senior Trip", "White Palace", "Pretty Woman" (1990), "Shallow Hal" (2001), "Dream On" (1993), "For Better or Worse" (1995), "Cinderella" (1997), The Return of Jafar" (1994)|
|TV shows:||"Jerome Robbins' Broadway" (1989-1990), "The Tom and Jerry Show", "Sienfeld" (1989-1998), "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" (2000), "The Hunchback of Notre Dame II" (2002), "Criminal Minds" (2009), "Stars in Shorts" (2012), "The Grinder" (2015-2016)|