Bruce McGill net worth: Bruce McGill is an American actor who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Bruce McGill was born in San Antonio, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Drama. He began his professional acting career in the late 70s, and almost immediately became a household name due to his memorable performance as D-Day in the film, “National Lampoon’s Animal House”.
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|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Date of Birth||July 11, 1950 (age 72 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.76 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Voice Actor|
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There's a cumulative effect to getting good parts as a freelance actor, because you're only as good as your last job, and you have to keep going out and getting them. Unless you're part of the finance structure, by which I mean a bankable star, which I never was and never will be.Bruce McGill
I don't work all day, every day on 'Rizzoli & Isles,' but I work every day. It may be a scene or two, or it may be an enormous workload, but there's really not a lot of room for anything else, and that's the choice I made. And that's why I stayed away from TV before: Because I know that that's what it is.Bruce McGill
One of the defense mechanisms I have for the difficulties in the business, one of which is rejection, is that if I do the work, I go in, and I'm prepared and I audition and they don't hire me, I'm always just amazed, thinking, 'Wow! For that money, they could've had Bruce McGill, and they didn't take me? I just think that's amazing.'Bruce McGill
When I'm playing comedy, I never do 'jokes.' Sometimes I'll deliver a line in a way I think is more likely to get a laugh, but all the best comedy is played straight. What's funny is the way it hits the world around it or the way it hits the other characters.Bruce McGill
When I got the offer to do 'Weird Ernie' in the pilot, I was living in New York, and somebody had made a mistake, and they made an offer that was supposed to be $2,500 for the job, but they offered $25,000. I couldn't turn that down. I'd never heard of anything like that!Bruce McGill