Net Worth: $4 Million
- Source of Wealth Stage, Film and Television
- Birth Place Los Angeles, California
- Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)
- Marital Status Married to Jane Michelle Musky
- Full Name Anthony Howard Goldwyn
- Nationality United States
- Date of Birth May 20, 1960
- Occupation Actor and Director
- Education Hamilton College, Brandeis University and London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
- Children 2
About Tony Goldwyn
American actor and director Tony Goldwyn has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Born Anthony Howard Goldwyn on May 20, 1960 in Los Angeles, California, he attended Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Goldwyn began his professional on-camera career with a small role in Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives. He later had several guest-starring roles in television shows such as St. Elsewhere, Designing Women, L.A. Law, Hunter, Murphy Brown, From the Earth to the Moon, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He became a household name in 1990 when he played Carl Burner, the friend-turned-betrayer of Sam Wheat, a character played by Patrick Swayze, in Ghost.
From then on, Goldwyn worked both as an actor and director for film and television. He was the voice of Tarzan in the 1999 Disney animated feature film Tarzan, and played Colonel Badgley in The Last Samurai. He also directed several projects such as The L Word, Grey’s Anatomy, A Walk in the Moon and Dexter where he was also an actor. He currently plays the President of the United States, Fitzgerald Grant III, in the ABC drama Scandal.
Tony is also a stage actor who has worked on and off-Broadway. He appeared in Spike Heels with Kevin Bacon and Julie White, as well as The Water’s Edge opposite Kate Burton. He played the philandering business executive J.D. Sheldrake in the Broadway musical Promises, Promises; starring Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth. He was Captain von Trapp (opposite Laura Osnes as Maria) in a concert performance of The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall. Other opera singers were Stephanie Blythe (Mother Abbess), Brooke Shields (Baroness Schraeder) and Patrick Page (Max).