How Much is Jami Gertz’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Jami Gertz Net Worth

What is Jami Gertz’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $3.0 billion.

Jami Gertz – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3.0 billion
Date of birth: October 28, 1965 (58 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 165
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Jami was born October 28, 1965 in Chicago, Illinois. She has Jewish ancestry. Gertz started playing as a child actor. However she waited for her first movie until 1981 when she appeared on Endless Love. In the role of Judy Miller, Gertz played on TV series Still Standing. She also appeared in several episodes of Entourage. In 2014, you can see her Debbie Weaver on The Neighbors. Jami still looks incredibly in shape, especially when you consider she’s almost 50 years old today. Her measurements look stunning.

How Rich is Jami Gertz
The actor is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

Jami married financier Antony Ressler in 1989. A year after marrying, Tony co-founded the private equity firm Apollo Global Management. In 1997 he founded Ares Management. As of this writing, Apollo has more than $300 billion in assets under management and Ares has more than $136 billion. Ressler owns an estimated 33% of the firm’s equity.


“It’s based around a Jewish family but it really is a universal theme about getting along and coming along.”

— Jami Gertz

“Being a working mom is not easy. You have to be willing to screw up at every level.”

— Jami Gertz

“It’s depressing and scary, but he needs to know the world around him because he’s fourteen now and in two years he’s going to drive. He needs to know what goes on out in the world. I’m not going to always be there.”

— Jami Gertz

“Midwest kids got to summer camp. There is something very special about being away from your parents for the first time, sleeping under the stars, hiking and canoeing.”

— Jami Gertz

“I’m at a time in my life where I’m so filled up that I don’t want more.”

— Jami Gertz