Ed O’Neill Net Worth

Ed O'Neill Early Life

Early Life: Edward Leonard O’Neill was born on April 12, 1946, in Youngstown, Ohio. His mother was a homemaker and social worker, and his father was a truck driver and steel mill worker. He graduated from Ursuline High School before transferring to Worthington High School, and then attended Ohio University on a football scholarship. After his sophomore year of college, he transferred to Youngstown State University, where he was a defensive lineman on the football team. In 1969, the Pittsburgh Steelers NFL team signed O’Neill as an undrafted free agent, but he never made it through the training camp and got cut. Following his failed attempt at an NFL professional football career, O’Neill returned to Youngstown State University and joined the school’s theater program. Following graduation, he briefly worked as a social studies substitute teacher at Ursuline High School, before making the decision to pursue acting full-time. He moved to New York in 1977, after not having much success landing any acting jobs or roles in Youngstown theater productions. In New York, he worked as a busboy while studying at the Circle in the Square Theatre School.

Ed O'Neill Net Worth

Ed O’Neill Net Worth and Salary: Ed O’Neill is an American actor who has a net worth of $65 million. He has earned his net worth through a number of acting roles in movies and television, most notably on the shows “Married with Children” and “Modern Family.” He is also a highly-paid voice over actor, most notably for the medication Zyrtec.

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Ed O'Neill Info
Net Worth$65 Million
Salary$500 Thousand Per Episode
Date of BirthApril 12, 1946 (age 76 years)
GenderMale
Height6 ft (1.85 m)
ProfessionActor, American football player, Teacher
NationalityUnited States of America

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I was adrift for a while. I worked as a substitute teacher; I sold cars.

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I was very slender and small. All my friends were on the team, so I had to make it too. I was a very aggressive player. I wanted to be one of the best, but I just ended up as one of the good ones.

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I prefer to underplay scenes rather than, you know, be big and drive them. And sometimes you have to do that, but I like the more natural styles.

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Youngstown and Toledo have a lot in common.

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Comedy is not easy to do – where you make someone laugh out loud in their living room.

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