About George Segal
It has been claimed that the current estimate of George Segal net worth reaches 10 million dollars, which he has accumulated because of his successful career in the cinema industry. In addition to being an actor, he is a musician.
In the 1960s, he began to get recognition for his dramatic and comedic roles. In that period, he appeared in such productions as “King Rat”, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Ship of Fools”. In the 1970s, George Segal appeared in such films as “California Split”, “Where’s Poppa?”, “A Touch of Class”, “The Hot Rock”, and “Blume in Love”. In 1991, George Segal had a role in “For the Boys” and in 1996, he appeared in “Flirting with Disaster”. Therefore, all of these films made him well known and also increased the total amount of George Segal net worth.
He was praised a lot for his appearance in the mentioned film “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in it. George Segal became a recipient of two Golden Globe Awards, one of them being in the category for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his role in the film called “A Touch of Class”.
Therefore, his acting career has been awarded and recognized, too.
Moreover, George Segal is a TV actor and this involvement has also played an important part in increasing the overall sum of George Segal net worth. In 1997, he played the role of Jack Gallo in the TV series called “Just Shoot Me”, in which he was appearing until 2003. In 2013, George Segal was chosen for the role of Albert Solomon to portray in the TV series called “The Goldbergs”, where he is appearing up to this day.
In addition to his involvement in the cinema industry, he is a musician. He is a talented and awarded banjo player. George Segal has released three albums, sales of which have increased the current size of George Segal net worth, as well. He played his instrument in some of his films and also in TV shows.
The actor was born in 1934 in New York. He grew up with two older siblings. When he was nine years old, George Segal wanted to become an actor after he saw “This Gun for Hire”. In 1951, he became a graduate of George School. After that, he was accepted to study at Haverford College. In 1955, George Segal became a graduated of Columbia College of Columbia University, from which he got his BA degree in performing arts and drama. In 1956, the he joined the United States Army.
When his service was over, George Segal started to appear in theater plays, such as “Antony and Cleopatra”. Also, he became a member of the improvisational troupe called The Premise. George Segal has had roles in some Broadway plays, as well. His most recent film appearances include such productions as “Love and Other Drugs”, “Elsa & Fred”, “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” and “Made for Each Other”.