Net Worth: $16 Million
- Birth Place Sacramento, California, United States
- Height 1.88 m
- Marital Status Married
- Full Name Samuel Pack Elliott
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth August 9, 1944
- Occupation Actor
- Education David Douglas High School, Clark College
- Children 1
About Sam Elliott
Sam Elliott, whose birth name is Samuel Pack Elliott, is an actor of American origin. His total fortune is worth $16 Million as of March 2012. He is famous for his roles in movies like “Mask”, “Road House” and “The Quick and The Dead”. In his early career, he was cast in the roles of cowboys.
His family shifted from California to Oregon from where he did his high school graduation. Sam attended the David Douglas High School in Portland. While studying in Clark College, Vancouver, Washington, he acted in Guys and Dolls, for which he won rave reviews. After reading the reviews, he decided to go off to Hollywood, California, to try his luck as an actor. Because of his physique and rich baritone, he was often cast in ranch movies. Elliott is a member of LA’s fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He has made his money by working in various movies and plays. His sheer brilliance as an actor and diligence has brought him his wealth, and of course a lot of fame too.
Sam Elliott was born in 1944 in California’s capital Sacramento. His dad worked in the Department of Interior and his mum was a physical trainer. Elliott has been hitched to Katharine Ross from 1984. The couple has a girl, Cleo Rose. She has been working as a musician by profession who resides in Malibu. Even though they worked together in the 1969 flick “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”, they did not begin seeing each other before the year 1978. Their romance kindled on the sets of the movie “The Legacy” by Roger Daltrey.