Dick Cavett Net Worth

Dick Cavett Net Worth

Dick Cavett net worth and salary: Dick Cavett is a former American television talk show host who has a net worth of $100 million. Dick Cavett earned fame thanks to his regular appearances on nationally broadcasted television talk shows in the United States from the 1960s through the 2000s. Cavett was born on November 19, 1936 in Nebraska to parents Erabel “Era” Richards and Alva B. Cavett who both worked as educators. Cavett was married to Caroline Nye McGeoy from 1964 until her death on July 14, 2006. He married author Martha Rogers in 2010. Cavett attended Yale University where he acted in and directed drama plays on campus. During his senior year at Yale he changed his major from English to Drama. He routinely took any opportunity he could to meet stars, even hanging out backstage pretending to be a member of the media. Cavett had many odd jobs while pursuing his career such as store detective, label typist for a Wall Street firm and also as a copy boy.

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Dick Cavett Info
Net Worth$100 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthNovember 19, 1936 (age 85 years)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
ProfessionActor, Comedian, Presenter, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

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Perhaps the saddest irony of depression is that suicide happens when the patient gets a little better and can again function sufficiently.

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Show people tend to treat their finances like their dentistry. They assume the man handling it knows what he is doing.

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When I’m doing an appearance somewhere and taking questions from the audience, I can always count on: ‘Tell about the guy who died on your show!’

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Running my show is really like an actor being in repertory but where, in one day in one performance, you do scenes from a drama, a farce, a low comedy and a tragedy.

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In the main, ghosts are said to be forlorn and generally miserable, if not downright depressed. The jolly ghost is rare.

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