How Rich is Veronica Cartwright?

Veronica Cartwright Wealth

Hos much is Veronica Cartwright worth?

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

Veronica Cartwright – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 million
Date of birth: April 20, 1949 (75 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 165
Profession: Actor
Nationality: British

Biography – A Short Wiki

Veronica Cartwright is an actress who has had a film and television career spanning six decades. Veronica Cartwright has a net worth of $2 million. Beginning as a child actress, she had supporting roles in such films as “The Children’s Hour” and “The Birds.” Later, Cartwright gained recognition for her performances in the films “Invasion of the Body Snatchers,” “Aliens,” and “The Witches of Eastwick,” as well as for her roles on the television series “ER” and “The X-Files.”


Veronica Cartwright was born in 1949 in Bristol, England. Shortly after the birth of her younger sister, Angela, she and the family immigrated to Los Angeles, California. Cartwright began her career as a child actress in 1958 with a role in the World War II film “In Love and War.” On television, she appeared in four episodes of the sitcom “Leave it to Beaver,” playing Beaver’s classmates Violet Rutherford and Peggy MacIntosh. Around this time, she also made appearances on the programs “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “Make Room for Daddy,” “Route 66,” “The Twilight Zone,” and “The Eleventh Hour.”

Personal Life

In 1968, Cartwright married her first husband, Richard Gates; they divorced in 1972. Next, she wed Stanley Goldstein, with whom she was with from 1976 until their divorce in 1980. Following this, Cartwright was betrothed to actor, director, and writer Richard Compton. The couple was married from 1982 up until Compton’s passing in 2007.


“No one ever bugged Jack Nicholson. When we made ‘Witches,’ and people were standing around to see him, he’d just come out and say, ‘Hi everybody!’ I was lucky enough to go with him to a Lakers game, too, and he was always friendly. No one bothers Jack, because he makes himself so accessible.”

— Veronica Cartwright

“There was a period of time when I couldn’t seem to get anything. I was on the series ‘Daniel Boone,’ and then, when that ended, I was still under 18, so I was too young to be in the older category and too old to be a child. So there was a few years there that were dry.”

— Veronica Cartwright

“Why push people away? I love when people come up to me and say they appreciate the work!”

— Veronica Cartwright