What was Valerie Harper’s Net Worth at Death (2019)?

Valerie Harper Wealth

What is Valerie Harper’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $1 million.

Valerie Harper – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $1 million
Date of birth: August 22, 1939 – August 30, 2019 (80 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 168
Profession: Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Valerie Harper is an American actress of stage, film, and television, best known for her starring role in the hit sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show and in its spin-off, Rhoda. She earned four Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for her role as Rhoda across the two series. Her notable film appearances include: Freebie and the Bean (1974), and Chapter Two (1979), both of which garnered her Golden Globe Award nominations. She has also appeared in several Broadway productions. For her role as Tallulah Bankhead in Matthew Lombardo’s Looped, she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in 2010. She competed on the 17th season of Dancing With The Stars in 2013. Born Valerie Kathryn Harper on August 22, 1939 in Suffern, New York, USA, her father, Howard Harper, was a lighting salesman, and her mother, Iva McConnell, was a nurse. She is the middle child of three, with an older sister named Leah and younger brother named Merrill and a half-sister named Virginia, from her father’s second marriage. She belongs to English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh and French descent. Harper began her career as a dancer and chorus girl in Broadway musicals like Lil Abner, Wildcat and Subways Are For Sleeping. She made her film debut at 16, as one of the teenagers at the prom in Rock, Rock, Rock. She has been married to Tony Cacciotti since 1987. She was previously married to Richard Schaal from 1964 to 1978.

Personal Life

She was married to Richard Schaal from 1964 to 1978. She later married Tony Cacciotti in 1987.

She co-starred with Jason Bateman on The Hogan Family from 1986 to 1991.


“Live fully in the instant.”

— Valerie Harper

“The disease I have is quite a rare cancer, and it is located in a limited area – a very widespread area, but narrow. So a lot can happen if the cancer starts getting really aggressive, pressing on parts of the brain and causing me to lose either my speech or my ability to think, etc.”

— Valerie Harper

“I think you just take each day and get the best out of it and do what you can and have fun.”

— Valerie Harper

“I don’t have a reputation of being a super-witch who demands pink rugs in the dressing room.”

— Valerie Harper

“I think drama and comedy are pretty much all the same, and the issue is whether or not you have a sense of humor.”

— Valerie Harper