Hill Harper Net Worth – What is Hill Harper Worth Now?

Hill Harper Net Worth

What is Hill Harper’s net worth?

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

Hill Harper – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $12 million
Date of birth: May 17, 1966 (57 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 170
Profession: Actor, Author, Film Director, Film Producer, Screenwriter
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Hill Harper Net Worth and Salary: Hill Harper is an American actor and author who has a net worth of $12 million. Harper is perhaps best known for his roles on series such as “CSI: NY,” “Limitless,” and “The Good Doctor.” He appeared in all 197 episodes of “CSI” and won for a number of awards for the role.


Career: Harper’s first big role was in the series “Married… with Children” in 1993. Hill then started appearing in various films, such as “Get on the Bus,” “Hav Plenty,” and “He Got Game.” During this period, Harper showed off his versatility with a wide range of different roles. These ranged from romantic comedies like “Loving Jezebel” to more dramatic films like “The Skulls.” One of his most notable roles during this period was in “The Visit.”


“The real important things are kindness and a sense of humor. I’ve been fortunate to have dated and could have easily married women who have those qualities, and time and circumstances didn’t work out. Timing plays a big part.”

— Hill Harper

“We’re living in a time, unfortunately, where, you know, a lot of young men, particularly young men of color, being raised by single mothers. And their mothers so desperately want to connect with them, but I found, in talking with a lot of young men, that sometimes it’s difficult.”

— Hill Harper

“I think, without question, the way someone plays sports shows something about inherently who they are, you know?”

— Hill Harper

“When it comes to African Americans and African American actors, Hollywood has always felt that if you can make us laugh, that’s fine, but we don’t need to see you do a ‘Schindler’s List,’ where there’s no jokes or music or comedic through-line.”

— Hill Harper

“Most people aren’t honest with themselves about money.”

— Hill Harper