How Rich is Eric McCormack?

Eric McCormack Net Worth

What is Eric McCormack’s net worth?

The tv actor has amassed a net worth of $20 million.

Eric McCormack – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 million
Date of birth: April 18, 1963 (60 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 180
Profession: TV Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Golden Globe-nominated television actor who is known for his role as Will Truman in the long-running comedy Will & Grace.

He toured and performed with the Canadian Stratford Shakespeare Festival.

He also had starring roles in two short-lived series: Perception and Trust Me.


He made his film acting debut in 1986 with small roles in the Shakespearean television movie “Twelfth Night,” and on a television special of the musical “The Boys from Syracuse.” He continued taking small roles in minor productions until moving to LA. His debut on American television came in 1991 with a role in an episode on the CBS show “Top Cops.” After his first appearance on American’s television screens, it didn’t take long for him to start landing larger roles. In 1992, he starred in the film “The Lost World” as well as its sequel “Return to the Lost World” that was released the same year. The following year he was given a recurring role in the television series “Street Justice,” which would only run for two seasons.

Eric McCormack Wealth
The TV actor impresses with a net worth of 20000000 dollars. Congratulations for this achievement!

Personal Life

He married Janet Holden in 1997.

He voice acted with Michael Rapaport in the animated series Pound Puppies.


“This ‘historical record’ will exist, flawed as it is, in hundreds of years. What will that tell the future? How accurate are we reporting our lives?”

— Eric McCormack

“With these scripts and these writers, so much of it is done for me. Because we don’t just throw words around: we make sure the audience understands.”

— Eric McCormack

“On Netflix and other streaming services, they’re taking risks that are based on ‘Come with us! Come with us!’ and the audience does.”

— Eric McCormack

“You’re damned in success a little bit.”

— Eric McCormack

“We want all LGBTQ kids to grow up in a world where they feel safe and equal to their straight peers.”

— Eric McCormack

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