What is Tom Arnold’s net worth?
The actor has amassed a net worth of $20 million.
|Net Worth:||$20 million|
|Date of birth:||March 6, 1959 (64 years old)|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Film Producer, Presenter, Screenwriter, Television Producer, Voice Actor|
Biography – A Short Wiki
Tom Arnold net worth: Tom Arnold is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $20 million. He first became known as a standup comedian, then gained fame for playing Arnie Thomas on the hit ABC sitcom “Roseanne.” He also starred on the short-lived sitcoms “The Jackie Thomas Show” and “The Tom Show.” On the big screen, Arnold has appeared in such movies as “True Lies,” “Happy Endings,” “The Final Season,” and “Madea’s Witness Protection.”
Film Career: Arnold made his film debut in the 1991 horror sequel “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare.” He subsequently appeared in “Backfield in Motion,” “Hero,” “Undercover Blues,” and the made-for-television movies “Body Bags” and “The Woman Who Loved Elvis,” also starring Roseanne Barr. In 1994, Arnold played the sidekick of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in the James Cameron action comedy “True Lies.” Late film credits in the 90s included the romcom “Nine Months,” costarring Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, Robin Williams, and Jeff Goldblum; “Big Bully,” with Rick Moranis; “Carpool,” with David Paymer; the adventure comedy “The Stupids”; and an adaptation of the military comedy television series “McHale’s Navy.”
Personal Life: In 1983, Arnold met Roseanne Barr while performing his prop comedy act. Initially, their relationship was strained by Arnold’s drug addiction and alcoholism. After sobering up, the two married in 1990. In 1993, they purchased a house in Eldon, Iowa, and opened a restaurant nearby called Roseanne and Tom’s Big Food Diner, which offered loose meat sandwiches not unlike the ones served by Lanford Lunch Box on “Roseanne.” Due to irreconcilable differences, the pair divorced in 1994, and their restaurant was shuttered the following year.
“People still question my sobriety, my commitment to the program, and that hurts. I take things day by day, and sometimes I take them minute by minute, but I honor my commitment to stay sober.”
— Tom Arnold
“Environmentalists have a very conflicted relationship with their cars.”
— Tom Arnold
“The nature of show business is people within the business feel that if someone else fails, they move up a notch.”
— Tom Arnold