Denis Leary Net Worth

Denis Leary Early Life

Early Life: Denis Colin Leary was born on August 18th of 1957 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Raised in a Catholic household by Irish immigrants, Leary holds both Irish and American passports. Funnily enough, Denis’ third cousin is Conan O’Brien. After graduating from high school, Leary attended Emerson College, where he met Mario Cantone – another comedian. The pair eventually became very close friends.

Denis Leary Net Worth

Denis Leary Net Worth and Salary: Denis Leary is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $30 million. He is perhaps best known for starring in and creating the show “Rescue Me.” As a result of his creative input to this show, Leary received two Primetime Emmy nominations – one for acting, and one for writing. In addition, Denis wrote and starred in the FX series “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.”

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Denis Leary Info
Net Worth$30 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthAugust 18, 1957 (age 64 years)
GenderMale
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor, Author, Comedian, Film director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Television producer, Voice Actor, Writer
NationalityUnited States of America

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I bought my daughter a Chihuahua and I fell in love with it. So now I carry Coco around with me all the time.

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The first movie I saw where it convinced me I could be an actor was ‘Mean Streets,’ so whenever I see Robert De Niro and he says, ‘Hi, Denis,’ it’s still a really big deal.

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My dad was very much a John Wayne kind of guy, but he was also a great guy, great sense of humor, a real dedicated dad. I don’t think he ever missed a hockey game I was in.

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You can have good writing, but a great actor will make it feel and sound like great writing. You can have great writing, and mediocre actors will make it feel mediocre. Without the actors, you have nothing.

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I fell asleep during ‘Year One’ twice. And my son, who never falls asleep during a Jack Black movie, also nodded off. That’s how bad it was. I was incredibly disappointed.

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