About Dennis Quaid
It has been reported that the overall amount of Dennis Quaid net worth reaches 40 million dollars. He has become famous and rich because of his career as an actor. He was born in Houston, Texas in 1954. Dennis Quaid is also known for his family relations, as his brother Randy Quaid is also an actor. His brother was the first one who started acting and seeing how much success he is getting, Dennis Quaid also decided to become an actor. Thus, in 1973 Dennis Quaid moved to Hollywood to start his career as a professional actor, which eventually started to add huge sums of money to the overall size of Dennis Quaid net worth.
At first, it was hard for him to find any acting jobs. But in 1979 it all changed when Dennis Quaid was chosen to appear in the production called “Breaking Away”. In 1983 he was praised a lot because of his appearance in “The Right Stuff”. Dennis Quaid has appeared in dramas as well as comedies, such as “Innerspace” and “Enemy Mine”. In 1989, Dennis Quaid was praised again because of his appearance as Jerry Lee Lewis in “Great Balls of Fire!”. Thus, all of these appearances have also added up to the total sum of Dennis Quaid net worth. In the same year, he appeared in a music video for the song called “Thing Called Love” by Bonnie Raitt.
However, in the beginning of the 90s, Dennis Quaid started to face some troubles when he got addicted to drugs and suffered anorexia nervosa. Dennis Quaid later came back to the industry and continued to appear in films, such as “Wyatt Earp”, “Any Given Sunday” and “The Parent Trap”. In the 2000s, Dennis Quaid appeared in even more films, such as “The Rookie”, “Frequency”, “Pandorum”, “Far from Heaven”, “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra”, “Cold Creek Manor”, “The Flight of the Phoenix”, “Vantage Point”, “In Good Company”, “Yours, Mine and Ours” and “The Day After Tomorrow”. Thus, these films have also added up to the total size of Dennis Quaid net worth.
In 2009, Dennis Quaid also appeared as a voice actor in one episode of the popular animated TV series called “SpongeBob SquarePants”, where he appeared as a grandfather of Mr. Krabs, Captain Redbeard. In 2010, he appeared in a film called “The Special Relationship”, where he appeared as U.S. President Bill Clinton.