Net Worth: $10 Million
- Source of Wealth Film, Television, Music
- Birth Place Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Height 5' 5" (1.68 m)
- Marital Status Widowed (Anne Belsky)
- Full Name Frederick Allan Moranis
- Nationality Canadian
- Date of Birth April 18, 1953
- Occupation Actor, Comedian, Musician
- Children 2
About Rick Moranis
Rick Moranis born in the year 1953 is a retired US-Canadian actor who has a current net worth of $10 million. He was born in Toronto to Jewish parents and studied at the Sandford Fleming Secondary School. Rick started his career in the 1970s as a radio jockey, where he used the on-air name Rick Allan.
He was asked to join the third season of Second City Television by his friend Dave Thomas. Rick’s first main film role was Strange Brew in 1983.
Rick’s fame and wealth comes from acting in several movies like Ghostbusters, Little Giants, My Blue Heaven, Spaceballs, Parenthood, The Flintstones, Honey, Little Shop of Horrors, Strange Brew and Honey – I Shrunk the Kids.
In a major interview in 2004, Rick once spoke to the media about the movies which he generally prefers to work on. They included mainly comedy works, as he loved when he reworked on lines given by his director so that they could sound funnier to the audience. In the 1993 music video, “Tomorrow’s Girls” Moranis played the role of a man who had an extraterrestrial woman as his wife. He has worked with Disney several times in movies like Brother Bear, and Honey – We Shrunk Ourselves.
Rick took his retirement from the film industry, six years after the death of his wife, who died because of breast cancer. He said that he was finding it extremely difficult to devote time to his children as being a single parent it was his complete responsibility. This casual break however turned a bit too long, when Rick decided not to return to this industry again as he realised he was actually not missing it.
Earnings & Financial Data
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- Earnings 1981
Record Sales 1981
Estimated earnings from his album The Great White North (certified 3x platinum by Music Canada)