Ed Asner Net Worth

Ed Asner Net Worth: Ed Asner net worth: Ed Asner is an American actor who has a net worth of $10 million. He got his break playing Lou Grant “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, then went on to star in many other television shows and films He is the most Emmy-honored television actor in history with seven total wins out of 17 nominations. Five of his wins came for his role of Lou Grant. To later audiences, Ed is probably best-known for providing the voice for the main character in the Pixar movie “Up”.

Ed Asner Early Life

Early Life: Ed Asner was born Yitzhak Edward Asner on November 15th, 1929 in Kansas City, Missouri. His parents were Jewish immigrants from Russia. His father owned a scrap metal business and a secondhand shop. His mother raised Ed and his four siblings. They were practicing Orthodox Jews and “Yitzhak” is Asner’s Yiddish name. He began practicing his performing and speaking skills in high school while working at the school’s radio station. After graduating, he went to the University of Chicago where he continued to perform and acted in several of the university’s theatrical productions. He got a job working on an assembly line for Ford Motors after dropping out of college but was drafted to serve in the Korean War from 1951 to 1953. He worked in the Army Signal Corps and was taken around Europe to perform in plays with other military personnel.

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Ed Asner Info
Net Worth$10 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthNovember 15, 1929 (age 92 years)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
ProfessionActor, Film Producer, Voice Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

Favorite Quotes from Ed Asner

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They say making laws is like making sausages. You shouldn't watch. It's the same for acting, especially for the actor who works unconsciously.

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To my knowledge, there is no blacklist. But there is a mindset, even among liberal producers, that says 'He may be difficult, so let's avoid him.'

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When I was working my way up, it seemed to me that only Westerns and 'Star Treks' or sci-fi movies could afford to get away with presenting the problems - like prejudice and desegregation, for instance - that we face in our everyday lives.

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I don't believe in God, though I'm not prepared to call myself an atheist either. You know the old phrase: 'There are no atheists in foxholes.' I've never been in a foxhole, and if I ever find myself in a foxhole, I'll let you know if I believe in God or not.

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It's like an athlete. He has a string of hot years, and then he fades into nothingness. The actor doesn't necessarily fade into nothingness. After his hot years, he fades into a different category.

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