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Steve Guttenberg Net Worth

Steve Guttenberg net worth and salary: Steve Guttenberg is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $14 million. He is known for several lead roles throughout the ’80s and ’90s including in “Police Academy,” “Cocoon,” and “Three Men and a Baby.” His career has spanned over four decades.

Steve Guttenberg Early Life

Early Life: He was born Steven Robert Guttenberg in Brooklyn, New York in 1958, the son of Ann Iris, a surgical assistant, and Jerome Stanley Guttenberg, an electrical engineer. He had a Jewish upbringing in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens, New York, before his family moved to North Massapequa, New York. In his high school years, Gutenberg attended a summer program at Julliard where he studied under John Houseman. He won a role in an off-Broadway production of “The Lion in Winter.” After he graduated from Plainedge High School in 1976, he attended the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany for a year and then moved to California to pursue an acting career. Within weeks, he was cast in a commercial for Kentucky Fried Chicken playing Colonel Sanders.

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Steve Guttenberg Info
Net Worth$14 Million
Date of BirthAugust 24, 1958 (age 65 years)
Height6 ft (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Comedian, Film director, Film Producer
NationalityUnited States of America

Favorite Quotes from Steve Guttenberg

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I'm somebody who deserves to be supported and encouraged to continue my work because I have a lot to give.

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A career is a series of ups and downs, of comebacks.

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When you're starting out as an actor, there isn't much food around. I was lucky to have a hit pretty early on. I didn't starve too long.

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I'm sure if you dig deep, Joe and Ralph Fiennes do it because they want to be noticed.

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Directing is a tremendous art.

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