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What is Richard Kind’s Net Worth and Salary?
Richard Kind is an American actor who has a net worth of $5 million. Kind is perhaps best known for his TV work in series like “Mad About You,” “Spin City,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” He is also known for his film work in movies such as “A Serious Man.” An established voice actor, Richard has booked a number of voice gigs in Pixar animated projects like “A Bug’s Life,” “Cars,” “Toy Story 3,” and “Inside Out.” In addition, Kind has a notable voice role in the animated series “Big Mouth.” He is also a celebrated stage actor who was once nominated for a Tony Award for his role in the 2013 Broadway production of “The Big Knife.”
Richard Bruce Kind was born on November 22nd of 1956 in Trenton, New Jersey. Raised in a Jewish family in Bucks County alongside his younger sister, Kind’s father was a jeweler. During his high school years, he rubbed shoulders with Robert Curtis Brown, another future actor. After graduating from secondary school in 1974, Richard attended Northwestern University. He eventually graduated from college in 1978. During his university years, he also studied acting at The Second City, a famous comedy group in Chicago.
Richard broke through with a role in the sketch comedy series “Carol & Company” in the early 90s. Kind’s TV career really took off when he started portraying Dr. Mark Devanow in “Mad About You.” He continued to play this role throughout the show’s run while also exploring other acting opportunities. One of these opportunities was the show “Spin City,” in which he played Paul Lassiter. After taking on this role, Kind started to appear less on “Mad About You” while focusing on “Spin City.” He eventually became one of the only actors on “Spin City” to appear in every single episode. In 2019, he served as a guest panelist on the show “To Tell the Truth.”
In 2002, he first started appearing in the show “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” playing Larry’s cousin. Kind then appeared in a total of eight episodes of the show. In 2006, Kind played a notable role in “Stargate Atlantis,” appearing in two episodes. Richard is also known for his role in “Scrubs,” as he played hypochondriac in a memorable performance. Kind then appeared in “Psych,” playing an astronomer. During this period, he also became known for her performances in shows like “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Two and a Half Men,” and “Leverage.”