Ed Asner Net Worth

Ed Asner Net Worth : $10 Million


An American Television, Film, Voice and Stage Actor



Source of Wealth

Films, Television

Date of Birth

November 15, 1929


Graduated from University of Chicago

Marital Status



2 Daughters (Kate and Liza), 2 sons (Charles and Matthew)

Ed’s Total Net Worth

Edward Asner is an American film, television and voice actor, with a net worth of $10 million. Born on November 15, 1929, in Kansas City, Missouri, Ed Asner gained his net worth through his performances in various films, television and as a voice actor. Ed holds the record for winning the maximum (seven) number of Emmy awards for his role as Lou Grant in “The Mary’s Tyler Moore Show”.

Private Fortunes

Ed Asner possesses his own house in Los Angeles, California.

Ed Asner’s Ventures

Ed Asner has given various award-winning performances in TV shows, such as The Mary’s Tyler Moore Show. He also acted in films, like The Outlaws, The Invaders, Mission: Impossible and The Reporter. He also voice-acted in movies, like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Spiderman, Batman: The Animated Series, Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Freakazoid! and The Boondocks. Edward also appeared on TV shows, like Thunder Alley, The Bronz Zoo and Studio 60 on the Sunset Trip.


Ed achieved much recognition for portraying as ‘Captain Davis’ in miniseries called “Roots”. He is the only actor to win an Emmy award for a sitcom and a drama, for the same role (as Lou Grant). In 2001, Asner was awarded ‘Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award’.


Initially, Ed worked as U.S Army Signal Corps. He acted in plays organized in army camps all across Europe. Then, he made guest appearances in ‘The Second City’, ‘Decoy’ and ‘The Outlaws’. His role as Kunta Kinte earned him an Emmy award. Edward also had an influential voice-acting career. He gave his voice for several series, like Joshua and the Battle of Jericho, Gargoyles, Batman: The Animated Series, Freakazoid! and other comic animated series. He also narrated for ‘Shattered Hopes: The True Story of the Amityville Murders’. Besides, he has also narrated for various documentaries and films that focus on social activism.

Currently, he is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America and Campaign for Peace and Democracy.

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