Ed Harris

Ed Harris

Overview: Biography, Net Worth and Movies

Ed Harris, born November 28, 1950, is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and musician. Whose multifaceted career has spanned over five decades. From his early days as a star athlete to his critically acclaimed portrayals of iconic figures. Ed Harris has become a true titan of the industry, renowned for his intensity, versatility, and unwavering dedication to his craft.

Born in Englewood, New Jersey, Harris initially pursued a path in athletics, playing football at both Columbia University and the University of Oklahoma. However, his passion for acting eventually took center stage. Fueled by this newfound passion, he embarked on a new chapter, leaving the gridiron behind and heading west to California. There, he honed his craft at the prestigious California Institute of the Arts. His athletic background perhaps lending him a unique discipline and focus to his artistic endeavors. In 2000, Harris took on the ambitious project of directing and starring in a biopic of abstract painter Jackson Pollock. His intense commitment to the role earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Cementing his reputation as a true artist both in front of and behind the camera.

BornNovember 28, 1950
Height6’3″ (1.91 m)
Marital StatusMarried to Amy Madigan (1983-present)
ChildrenSamuel Madigan Harris
ParentsMargaret (Sholl) Harris, Robert L. Harris

Ed Harris Net Worth and Earnings

Ed Harris, an American actor, director, screenwriter, and musician. Has amassed a substantial net worth of $30 million throughout his illustrious career. While his exact net worth is not publicly available, estimates consider his extensive filmography, directing ventures, and other artistic pursuits.

Ed Harris Earnings From Movies

MovieYear Earnings
Pollock2000$10 million
The Truman Show1998$5 million
The Rock1996$4 million
Apollo 131995$3 million
Glengarry Glen Ross1992$2 million

Ed Harris Awards

Academy Award
Best Actor2001Pollock
Best Actor1999The Truman Show
Golden Globe Award
Best Supporting Actor1999The Truman Show
Screen Actors Guild Award
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role1999The Truman Show
Berlin International Film Festival
Silver Bear – Special Jury Prize2001Pollock