Bonnie Hunt Net Worth – What is Bonnie Hunt Worth Now?

How Rich is Bonnie Hunt

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The actor has amassed a net worth of $12 million.

Bonnie Hunt – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $12 million
Date of birth: September 22, 1961 (62 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 173
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Film Director, Nurse, Presenter, Screenwriter, Talk show host, Television Director, Television Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Bonnie Hunt is an American actress, comedian, writer, director, producer, and daytime television host who has a net worth of $12 million. She hosted “The Bonnie Hunt Show” from 2008 to 2010, and she created, wrote, produced, and starred on the sitcoms “The Building” (1993) and “Life with Bonnie” (2002–2004). Hunt has more than 50 acting credits to her name, including the films “Rain Man” (1988), “Beethoven” (1992), “Jumanji” (1995), “Jerry Maguire” (1996), “The Green Mile” (1999), and “Cheaper by the Dozen” (2003), the TV series “Grand” (1990) and “Bonnie” (1995–1996), and the miniseries “Escape at Dannemora” (2018).


After making her big screen debut in “Rain Man,” Bonnie starred as Carol Anne Smithson on the 1990 NBC sitcom “Grand,” which ran for two seasons. From 1991 to 1992, she played Gwen Davis on the ABC/CBS series “Davis Rules,” and she starred as Alice Newton in 1992’s “Beethoven” and 1993’s “Beethoven’s 2nd.” Hunt appeared in the films “Dave” (1993) and “Only You” (1994), and she played Bonnie Kennedy on “The Building” in 1993 and Bonnie Kelly on “Bonnie” from 1995 to 1996; both shows aired on CBS and were co-produced by David Letterman. In 1995, she appeared in “Now and Then” and co-starred with Robin Williams in “Jumanji,” which grossed $262.8 million at the box office. Bonnie followed the success of “Jumanji” by appearing in “Jerry Maguire” and voicing Rosie the black widow spider in 1998’s “A Bug’s Life,” which brought in $273.6 million and $363.3 million, respectively. In 1999, she played Jan Edgecomb in Stephen King’s “The Green Mile,” a hit with both audiences and critics. The film earned $286.8 million and an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. Hunt wrote, directed, and starred in 2000’s “Return to Me,” then she voiced Ms. Flint in the blockbuster “Monsters, Inc.” ($577.4 million). She reprised the role of Ms. Flint in the 2021 Disney+ series “Monsters at Work,” and she voiced a different character, Karen Graves, in 2013’s “Monsters University.”

Personal Life

Bonnie married investment banker John Murphy on July 8, 1998, and they divorced in 2006. Hunt is a fan of the Chicago Cubs and attends each season’s opening day game at Wrigley Field. She also attended the 2016 World Series and got to watch the team win the championship for the first time since 1908. Bonnie supports the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and is an honorary board member for the organization.


“When you’re the mom in a big family comedy, you have to get your personality when you can.”

— Bonnie Hunt

“There’s nothing funnier than religion. Try explaining it to a kid. I had it all wrong when I was a kid.”

— Bonnie Hunt

“If I couldn’t be Dick Van Dyke, I wanted to be Art Carney.”

— Bonnie Hunt

“I am on the phone with my sisters every day.”

— Bonnie Hunt

“I have a great affinity for senior citizens.”

— Bonnie Hunt