Bronson Pinchot Net Worth

Bronson Pinchot Net Worth

What is Bronson Pinchot’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $2 million.

Bronson Pinchot – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 million
Date of birth: May 20, 1959 (64 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 175 cm
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Bronson Pinchot is an American actor who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. He is perhaps best known for his role as Balki Bartokomous on the ABC sitcom “Perfect Strangers” which he played from 1986-1993. Along with appearing on numerous TV shows and films primarily throughout the ’90s, he has also had extensive work as a narrator for audiobooks–by 2014 he already had over 100 recordings.


His first professional role was as Barry in the film “Risky Business”, in 1983. He went on to appear in a string of films throughout the 80s, including “Beverly Hills Cop”, “The Flamingo Kid”, and “After Hours”. In 1986, Pinchot was hired to replace Fisher Stevens in the film “Short Circuit,” however, he left the production because another opportunity was urgently knocking…

Personal Life

Pinchot was involved in the seventies in The International Wizard of Oz Club, often organizing “Winkie” conventions over the years.


“I think I’m going to pull a Charlie Chaplin and have kids when I’m 60.”

— Bronson Pinchot

“Restoring’ is a very arrogant concept. If you’re taking a house from 1812, do you restore it to how it looked the day after it was built, or restore it to the way it looked in 1828, or the way it looked in 1872? Do the minimum to stop it from falling apart, and then get away.”

— Bronson Pinchot

“Beverly Hills Cop’ opened up a whole world. I got the television show and movies, and I would go sign autographs for one hour and get paid $25,000.”

— Bronson Pinchot

“I go to the gym a lot, and I see these guys, these young actors or models there, really punishing themselves – I mean, just killing themselves. And then I’ll see one of them on a billboard, with the artfully messy hair, looking as though it’s just natural and easy to have a body like that.”

— Bronson Pinchot

“You can have a knack for dancing, but you still have to practice till your feet are bleeding to be worthy of being in front of an audience.”

— Bronson Pinchot

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