Barry Pepper: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

Barry Pepper Wealth

Hos much is Barry Pepper worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $10 million.

Barry Pepper – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $10 million
Date of birth: April 4, 1970 (53 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 178
Profession: Actor
Nationality: Canadian

Biography – A Short Wiki

Barry Pepper is a Canadian actor, best known by the public for his role as Private Daniel Jackson in Saving Private Ryan. He is also known for his performances as Sergeant Michael Strank in Flags of Our Fathers, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler in Battlefield Earth, Roger Maris in 61*, Corrections Officer Dean Stanton in The Green Mile, and “Lucky” Ned Pepper in True Grit. Born Barry Robert Pepper in Campbell River, British Columbia, on April 4, 1970, he spent five years of his childhood sailing around the Pacific Ocean with his family. He is a 1988 graduate of Georges P. Vanier Secondary School. He has been married to Cindy Pepper since 1997. Together they have one daughter, Annaliese Pepper.


Barry’s acting career took a jumpstart with ‘Maddison’ (1993), a typical Canadian movie. He moved on to acting in more prestigious roles in the US later on. After a series of setbacks, Barry finally found his career breakthrough when he got the role as a Bible-quoting sniper in Steven Spielberg‘s WW 2 drama “Saving Private Ryan” [1998]. The movie is a milestone in the timeline of Hollywood blockbusters, and standing tall are its actors, among which Barry Pepper is one.

Personal Life

“Well, I’m Canadian. True, north, strong and free”. Barry Pepper is a Canadian actor who had an adventurous childhood with his family traveling along the pacific and having the opportunity to learn and be a part of various ethnicities in various islands. He is often said to have borrowed his genes from Paul Newman and Dennis Hopper because of his looks and charismatic eyes.


“Well, I’m Canadian. True, north, strong, and free.”

— Barry Pepper

“It’s nice not to be too boring.”

— Barry Pepper

“I identify with the Clint Eastwoods and Harrison Fords. Those are my heroes.”

— Barry Pepper

“Several of the actors I’ve had the good fortune of working with stand out in my mind as ‘ultimate’. I guess the obvious would be Tom Hanks, because he really is as fun and as genuine as he comes across in his films and interviews.”

— Barry Pepper

“Westerns are very difficult to predict whether they’ll reach an audience or not.”

— Barry Pepper

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