How rich is Robert Englund?


How rich is Robert Barton Englund?

Robert Barton Englund Net Worth:
$14 Million

Birth date: June 6, 1947
Birth place: Glendale, California, U.S.
Height:5' 9¾" (1.77 m)
Profession: Actor
Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Meadow Brook Theater, University of Califonia, Oakland University
Nationality: American
Spouse: Nancy Booth (m. 1988), Roxanne Rogers (m. 1986–1988), Elizabeth Gardner (m. 1968–1986)
Parents: Janis Englund, John Kent Englund
Movies: “Galaxy of Terror” (1981), miniseries “V” (1983), “Nightmare on Elm Street” (1984), "Freddy's Nightmares", “Freddy’s Dead (1990-2003), “Eaten Alive” (2014)
TV shows: Freddy's Nightmares, V, V: The Final Battle

Robert Barton Englund Net Worth:

Robert Englund Net Worth $14 Million

You understand how some folks are simply born to play? Robert Englund is among the individuals. Produced in June of 1947 in Glendale, California, Englund started his performing career in the youthful age of 12. His parents, Janis and John (the latter partly in charge of the development of the Lockheed U-2), supported his picks as he studied in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and performed in the Meadowbrook Theater. Robert’s first successes were comparatively tame, including large parts in “Godspell,” “Buster and Billie,” “Stay Hungry,” and other television appearances. He played the character of Freddy Krueger in eight different films. Englund is now married to Nancy Booth, whom he’s been with since 1988. Nancy is his third wife and he’s no kids from some of his previous relationships. Robert Englund’s net worth is now estimated to be $14 million.

Just how much is $14 million, actually? It is definitely enough to get a language set and learn how to speak fluent Swedish. If he was actually disappointed over not getting the Luke Skywalker character in Star Wars back in 1977, he could contemplate remaking several scenes for his personal library. Last, but definitely not the very least, he could open up a tattoo shop where he could offer removals, corrections, and replacement tats to individuals who abruptly understand their iconic Freddy Krueger tats were not the brilliant thought they once appeared. Even Englund recognizes the fad as a peculiar little bit of pop culture!