Julie Kavner Net Worth

Julie Kavner Net Worth

What is Julie Kavner’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $85 million.

Julie Kavner – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $85 million
Date of birth: September 7, 1950 (73 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 170 cm
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Julie Kavner is an American actress who has a net worth of $85 million dollars. Julie Kavner is most widely recognized for voicing Marge Simpson, on “The Simpsons.” She also voices Marge’s mother and sisters Patty and Selma.


While she was still on “Rhoda,” Kavner appeared in episodes of “The ABC Afternoon Playbreak,” “Petrocelli,” and “Lou Grant.” She was also in the television film “Katherine,” starring Sissy Spacek, Henry Winkler, and Art Carney. In the early 80s, Kavner appeared in an episode of “Taxi,” and was in the television films “Revenge of the Stepford Wives” and “A Fine Romance.” She landed her next big role in 1987, when she was cast as Tracey Ullman’s sidekick on the variety program “The Tracey Ullman Show.” For her work on the show through 1990, Kavner received four Emmy nominations.

Personal Life

Since 1976, Kavner has been in a relationship with retired television producer and writer David Davis; they live together in Manhattan. Kavner leads an intensely private and nearly reclusive life, and seldom makes appearances in public. Reportedly, she is a pescetarian.


“I was brought up not to be selfish or self-centered. So if you play somebody who isn’t so lovable, you can play that person and no one will turn on you. I don’t want to play that person in real life. Because then people won’t like me so much.”

— Julie Kavner

“I’m very, very private; I don’t enjoy talking about myself to strangers. Particularly strangers with tapes going.”

— Julie Kavner

“That’s the joy of acting – you get to play people who are not you; you get to explore the dark, hidden sides of yourself.”

— Julie Kavner

“Don’t ask me about Beverly Hills High School. Everybody hated it. I hated it. Hated it. Hated it. Hated it.”

— Julie Kavner

“I have had friends for years who have never seen my house.”

— Julie Kavner

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