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How rich is Jerome Lester Horwitz?

Jerome Lester Horwitz Net Worth:
$10 Million

Birth date: October 22, 1903
Death date: 1952-01-18
Birth place: Bath Beach, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Height:5' 5" (1.65 m)
Profession: Actor, Soundtrack, Writer
Nationality: American
Spouse: Elaine Ackerman
Children: Janie Howard, Marilyn Howard
Parents: Sol Horowitz, Jennie Gorovitz
Siblings: Moe Howard, Shemp Howard, Jack Horowitz, Irving Horowitz
Music groups: The Three Stooges
Movies: Half-Wits Holiday, Disorder in the Court, Hold That Lion!, Punch Drunks, Hoi Polloi, Woman Haters, A Plumbing We Will Go, Men in Black, Idiots Deluxe, Micro-Phonies, Grips, Grunts and Groans, Malice in the Palace, Three Little Pigskins, Three Little Beers, If a Body Meets a Body, Violent Is the Word for Curly, You Nazty Spy!, False Alarms, An Ache in Every Stake, Spook Louder, Gents Without Cents, Three Little Pirates, Dizzy Doctors, A Bird in the Head, We Want Our Mummy, They Stooge to Conga, A Ducking They Did Go, Pop Goes the Easel, Pardon My Scotch, Dancing Lady, All the World's a Stooge, The Sitter Downers, Idle Roomers, Ants in the Pantry, In the Sweet Pie and Pie, Beer Barrel Polecats, Rockin' in the Rockies, Nutty but Nice, A Pain in the Pullman, Loco Boy Makes Good, I Can Hardly Wait, Monkey Businessmen, Three Smart Saps, Horses' Collars, Half Shot Shooters, The Three Troubledoers, What's the Matador?, Three Little Twirps, Higher Than a Kite, Uncivil War Birds, Roast Beef and Movies
TV shows: The Three Stooges

Jerome Lester Horwitz Net Worth:

Jerome Lester Horwitz (October 22, 1903 – January 18, 1952), better known by his stage name Curly Howard, was an American comedian and vaudevillian actor. He was best known as the most outrageous member of the American farce comedy team The Three Stooges, which also featured his older brothers Moe Howard and Shemp Howard and actor Larry Fine. Curly was generally considered the most popular and recognizable of the Stooges. He was well known for his high-pitched voice and vocal expressions ("nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!", "woob-woob-woob!", "soitenly!" and barking like a dog) as well as his physical comedy, improvisations, and athleticism.An untrained actor, Curly borrowed (and significantly exaggerated) the "woob woob" from "nervous" and soft-spoken comedian Hugh Herbert. Curly's unique version of "woob-woob-woob" was firmly established by the time of the Stooges' second film, Punch Drunks, in 1934.