How Much is Ed O’Neill’s Net Worth as of 2023?

How Rich is Ed O'Neill

What is Ed O’Neill’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $65 million.

Ed O’Neill – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $65 million
Date of birth: April 12, 1946 (78 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 185
Profession: Actor, American football player, Teacher
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Ed O’Neill Net Worth and Salary: Ed O’Neill is an American actor who has a net worth of $65 million. He has earned his net worth through a number of acting roles in movies and television, most notably on the shows “Married with Children” and “Modern Family.” He is also a highly-paid voice over actor, most notably for the medication Zyrtec.


Career: In 1979, O’Neill landed the role of lead understudy in the Broadway play “Knockout”. He finally got to perform on stage when the lead actor left the production. Movie director William Friedkin saw him perform, and cast him in his film “Cruising” (1980), which starred Al Pacino. He then appeared in various projects, such as a 1985 Red Lobster commercial, a guest appearance in “The Equalizer”, and the pilot for the show “Popeye Doyle” (1986), as well as failed pilots for the show “Farrell for the People”. However, his breakout role was as Al Bundy on the Fox sitcom “Married… with Children”. He landed this role after a Fox casting agent saw him perform in a production of “Of Mice and Men” at the Hartford Theater in Hartford, Connecticut, and invited him to audition. “Married… with Children” was a big hit, and ran for 11 seasons from April 1987 to June 1997. He starred alongside Katey Sagal, who played his character’s wife, Christina Applegate as his daughter, and David Faustino as his son. “Married..with Children” was the show that launched O’Neill into stardom and made him a household name. The “Married” cast was honored in 2009 at the 7th Annual TV Land Award Show.

Personal Life

Personal Life: O’Neill is married to the actress Catherine Rusoff. Together, they have two daughters. In December 2007, he received his black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He was introduced to the practice by his friend, the writer/director John Milius, and has practiced the sport for over 20 years.


“If you can sustain a career over 40 years in this business, you’ve gotta consider yourself lucky.”

— Ed O’Neill

“I had a lot of trouble with my coaches. Your coaches are father figures – you look to what they say. Well, the reality of it is, they are just shmucks.”

— Ed O’Neill

“In the summer we graduated we flipped out completely, drinking beer, cruising in our cars and beating up each other. It was a crazy summer. That’s when I started to be interested in girls.”

— Ed O’Neill

“I say I’m the best actor in America who’s never done a movie.”

— Ed O’Neill

“My paternal grandfather worked in the mill all his life. My father worked in the mill almost his whole life. I worked in the mill while I was going to college in the summers. And then, for one stretch, I quit school and worked one year.”

— Ed O’Neill