What is Tom Skerritt’s Net Worth?

Tom Skerritt Net Worth

What is Tom Skerritt’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Tom Skerritt – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth: August 25, 1933 (90 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 183
Profession: Actor, Teacher, Television Director
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Tom Skerritt net worth: Tom Skerritt is a prolific American actor who has a net worth of $8 million. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Tom Skerritt graduated from the University of California-Los Angeles, and began his professional career with a role in the 1962 film, “War Hunt”. That same year, he also made his television debut on the series, “Combat”.


Tom Skerritt began his career in 1962 with the war film, “War Hunt.” His popular film appearances include “M*A*S*H” (1970), “Up in Smoke” (1978), “Alien” (1979), and “Top Gun” (1986). He has also appeared in the critically acclaimed film, “A River Runs Through It” (1992). In 1963, he guest-starred in the sci-fi TV series, “My Favorite Martian” (1963). He has also guest-starred in an episode of the situational comedy TV series, “The Real McCoys” (1963).

Personal Life

Tom Skerritt married Charlotte Shanks in 1957, but they got divorced 15 years later in 1972. Together, they have three children, Erin Skerritt, Andy Skerritt, and Matt Skerritt. He then married Sue Oran in 1977, but they got divorced in 1992. Together, they have a son, Colin Skerritt. He then married Julie Tokashiki in 1998, and they have been together ever since. The couple has one daughter, Emi Skerritt.


“Rarely ever see or meet the writer during shooting.”

— Tom Skerritt

“I’m currently trying to direct my own material.”

— Tom Skerritt

“One has the responsibility to oneself, to the writer, director and the people who put up the money, to put out the best of what one has experienced and understood about the human condition as it relates to the role one has been hired to portray.”

— Tom Skerritt

“Obviously, if a director doesn’t communicative a clear, relevant vision of the material, it will not succeed no matter how good the material.”

— Tom Skerritt

“Just being hired by a great director is complimentary.”

— Tom Skerritt