What was Eli Wallach’s Net Worth at Death (2014)?

Eli Wallach Net Worth

What is Eli Wallach’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $6 million.

Eli Wallach – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $6 million
Date of birth: December 7, 1915 – June 24, 2014 (98 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 178
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Eli Wallach was a prominent American actor who had a net worth of $6 million at the time of his death. Eli Wallach debuted on Broadway in 1945 and developed an impressive career over the next seven decades, ultimately appearing in over 90 films and many theatre productions. He appeared in such acclaimed projects as, “The Magnificent Seven”, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”, and “The Godfather: Part III”. Eli won multiple BAFTA, Emmy, and Tony Awards, and an Honorary Oscar. Eli Wallach died on June 24, 2014 at the age of 98 from natural causes. He is survived by his wife, three children, five grand children and seven great-grandchildren.


Wallach began his career as an actor in theatre. After returning to New York, he continued taking acting classes at the Dramatic Workshop of the New School under German director Erwin Piscator. He later became a founding member of the Actors Studio under instructor Lee Strasberg, where he studied with other students like Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, and Sidney Lumet, as well as his future wife, Anne Jackson. He was also one of Marilyn Monroe’s first friends when she started training at the Actors Studio.

Personal Life

In March of 1948, Wallach married stage actress Anne Jackson. The two remained married for 66 years until Wallach’s death in 2014. The couple had three children together – Peter, Roberta, and Katherine. In his personal life, Wallach never drank and had to ask for guidance on how to portray drunken characters for some of his roles.


“I love to tell stories and this is my way of getting them down on paper.”

— Eli Wallach

“I’ve learned that life is very tricky business: Each person needs to find what they want to do in life and not be dissuaded when people question them.”

— Eli Wallach

“I always wanted to tell stories and act.”

— Eli Wallach

“I never dreamed I would do Westerns.”

— Eli Wallach

“This country has a complex about age. It’s unbelievable. If you’re over thirty, you’ve had it in this country.”

— Eli Wallach