Don Ameche net worth: Don Ameche was an American actor and voice artist who had a net worth of $10 million. Don Ameche was born in Kenosha, Washington in May 1908 and passed away in December 1993. His career spanned nearly 60 years and started out in vaudeville. Ameche starred in several films including Dante’s Inferno, Ramona, One in a Million, Alexander’s Ragtime Band, The Three Musketeers, The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, Moon Over Miami, Heaven Can Wait, Wing and a Prayer, Greenwich Village, Columbo: Suitable for Framing, Trading Places, Cocoon, Harry and the Hendersons, Coming to America, Cocoon: The Return, and Corrina, Corrina.
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|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date of Birth||May 31, 1908 - December 6, 1993 (age 85 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Radio personality, TV Personality|
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The camera was kind to me. But I was never a screen personality like Gable or Flynn. The camera did something with their faces that was special.Don Ameche
I think this is the sweetest tribute I have ever seen in this town.Don Ameche
There will be no 'Mommie Dearest' in the lives of my children, and no books like the one the Crosby boy wrote about Bing, or Bette Davis's daughter has written. My children love me very much, and they are loved.Don Ameche
In the old days, before there was such a thing as film schools, directors learned the camera by watching other directors, and learning from their own dailies, and listening to the cameraman, and seeing what would work. Some of those guys could cut their movies in their head.Don Ameche
I was surprised I was nominated for an Oscar because 'Cocoon' was such an ensemble picture. But now I'm certain it wasn't only for 'Cocoon.' It was a lifetime award, so I accepted it in that vein, and it probably meant more from a recognition standpoint.Don Ameche