Oliver Platt’s Net Worth and Story

Oliver Platt Wealth

What is Oliver Platt’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $5 million.

Oliver Platt – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 million
Date of birth: January 12, 1960 (64 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 192
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Oliver Platt is an American actor who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Oliver Platt is best known for his performances in such films as “Married to the Mob,” “Bulworth,” “The Ice Harvest,” “Casanova,” “Frost/Nixon,” and “Please Give.” On television, he is known for his roles on “The West Wing,” “Huff,” and “Chicago Med,” among many other shows. Platt has been nominated for SAG, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Tony Awards.


Platt began his acting career working in theatre in Boston, and traveled with the group Shakespeare and Company to earn his Equity card. He then moved to New York, where he appeared in off-Broadway and regional productions, and performed at venues including the Lincoln Center and the New York Shakespeare Festival. While working at Manhattan Punch Line Theatre, he acquired an agent, and his career took off.

Personal Life

In 1992, Platt wed Mary Camilla Campbell; together, they have three children named Lily, George, and Clare. They reside in North Haven, Maine.


“You know, grieve your wife, this is an impulsive thing and you have no idea the kind of trouble you’re getting yourself into it. And of course he doesn’t listen to me and he adopts this child.”

— Oliver Platt

“People start to act very unusually when they find out that they’re dying, that they don’t have that many years left.”

— Oliver Platt

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”

— Oliver Platt

“I love the script and I just thought it was a great role. Like I say, it’s like this – the script is like this sad, funny, desperate love song to the lost American man.”

— Oliver Platt

“You know I feel very fortunate that my life has turned out the way that it has – whatever that means – I mean… you know, to say that I would be glad would mean that I planned it.”

— Oliver Platt