Joyce DeWitt Net Worth

Joyce DeWitt Net Worth: Joyce DeWitt is an American actress who has a net worth of $4┬ámillion. Joyce Dewitt has earned her net worth from her acting in films, TV and her long standing role in Three’s Company. Born Joyce Anne DeWitt on April 23, 1949, in Wheeling, West Virginia, US, she is most famous for playing adorable character Janet Wood on the ABC sitcom There’s Company. A theater performer since childhood, DeWitt started to consider acting as a profession after earning her master’s at UCLA. She made her debut with a small appearance on the series Baretta, and soon she was offered to be auditioned for one of two different comedy pilots. Her big breakthrough came once she was cast for the series Three’s Company, which premiered in 1976 and became a big hit, running until 1984. Unfortunately, Joyce DeWitt withdraw from the show biz after the end of the show. According to rumors, she left the industry because of an ill-treatment from producers. But these speculations were probably false, as the actress made a comeback appearing in a number of movies in the new millennium including 2001’s 18 and 2009’s Call of the Wild.

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Joyce DeWitt Info
Net Worth$4 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthApril 23, 1949 (age 73 years)
GenderFemale
Height5 ft 3 in (1.61 m)
ProfessionActor
NationalityUnited States of America

Favorite Quotes from Joyce DeWitt

Why does Joyce DeWitt have a net worth of $4 Million? Maybe these quotes can shine some light on the situation:

I started on the stage when I was 13 and I consider the stage my home.

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Growing up I was a total movie-holic, but I always wanted to play the role that Clark Gable was playing or Spencer Tracy was playing. I was really never interested in the parts that women were playing. I found the parts that guys were playing were so much more interesting.

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I mean, sitcoms shouldn't be doing 'Saturday Night Live.' You can't just do bit after bit after bit. You have to string it together with tight writing and performances. Hollywood seems to have forgotten how to do this.

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If that's the way the game is played, I don't want to play anymore.

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Every once in a while in an actor's life, a cast comes together.

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