Tom Berenger Net Worth
The net worth of Tom Berenger, an American actor, is $4 million. There are a number of films where Tom Berenger has starred, but his most well-known roles are those in “Platoon,” “The Big Chill,” “The Field,” and “Gettysburg.”
The “Major League” and “Sniper” film series have also made him a household name. Berenger’s television credits include “One Life to Live,” “October Road,” and “Hatfields & McCoys,” among other shows.
Thomas Michael Moore, the future Tom Berenger, was born on May 31, 1949, in Chicago, Illinois as Tom Berenger.
He’s Irish-Catholic origin and have a younger sister, Susan. At Rich East High School in Park Forest, Berenger was a student.
In 1971, he graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. In 1972, Berenger joined Eastern Airlines as a flight attendant after working in provincial theatre.
As a small player in the 1977 supernatural horror thriller “The Sentinel,” Berenger made his film debut in that year. In the same year, he appeared in the crime drama “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” as the assassin of the central character.
A pair of romantic drama parts in 1978 gave Berenger his first taste of stardom: “Rush It” and “In Praise of Older Women.” The following year, he starred in “Butch and Sundance: The Early Days,” a Western prequel in which he played a younger version of Butch Cassidy.
As time passed, he proceeded to acquire prominent leading roles in notable films. “The Dogs of War” (1980) and “The Big Chill” (1983) were two of his most notable roles, in which he co-starred with Christopher Walken and Jeff Goldblum.
Berenger then appeared in “Eddie and the Cruisers,” “Fear City,” and “Rustlers’ Rhapsody,” all musicals. Beyond the Door, an Italian film, also featured him.
In 1986, Berenger played Staff Sergeant Bob Barnes in Oliver Stone’s Vietnam War picture “Platoon,” which became one of his most well-known roles. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the film.
After starring in “Someone to Watch Over Me,” Berenger went on to star in “Shoot to Kill,” “Betrayed,” and “Last Rites.” “Major League” (1989):”Born on the Fourth of July” reunited Berenger with Oliver Stone for a supporting role in 1989.
The Field, “Shattered,” and “At Play in the Fields of the Lord” were among Berenger’s early 1990s credits. In the 1993 action picture “Sniper,” he made his acting debut as Gunnery Sergeant Tom Beckett, a role he would reprise in five sequels.
For the rest of his career he appeared in numerous films, such as Chasers, The Last of the Dogmen, The Substitute, The Gingerbread Man, Shadow of a Doubt, A Murder Of Crows, One Man’s Hero, and The Substitute.
Takedown, Training Day, The Hollywood Sign, True Blue, D-Tox, Watchtower, and D-Tox are just a few of Berenger’s notable 2000s roles. Later, he appeared in “Charlie Valentine,” “Breaking Point,” and “The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey.”
Inception” featured Berenger in a prominent role as business executive Peter Browning. “Sinners and Saints” and “Faster,” both action films from the same year, also featured him.
His other films include Last Will and Testament, Brake, War Flowers, Bad Country, Reach Me, Gone Are the Days, Supervised, Blood and Money and Adam. ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ is his most recent film.
Work in Television
In the soap opera “One Life to Live,” Berenger played lawyer Tim Siegel from 1975 to 1976. Further roles included “Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye,” and in the film “Flesh & Blood.” In the 1980s, Berenger appeared exclusively in the miniseries “If Tomorrow Comes” as Jeff Stevens.
In 1993, he returned to television for the last season of “Cheers,” playing plumber Don Santry. For this portrayal, he was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series. “Body Language,” “The Avenging Angel,” and “Rough Riders,” in which Berenger played Theodore Roosevelt, followed this up with a string of television pictures.
In the television movie “In the Company of Spies,” the actor played the lead part in the final film of the decade.
“Cutaway,” “The Junction Boys,” and “Detective” were among Berenger’s many television roles in the 2000s. He also appeared in the criminal drama “Third Watch” and the short-lived Western “Peacemakers” as a prominent character. Berenger was a regular cast member of ABC’s “October Road” from 2007 to 2008.
After this, he appeared in the Franco-Canadian television series “XIII: The Series.” As Jim Vance in Hatfields and McCoys, Berenger won an Emmy Award in 2012 for his portrayal as a supporting actor, earning him critical acclaim for his character. Major Crimes” cast him as an occasional guest star the following year.
Berenger’s personal life is littered with the remnants of several failed marriages. Barbara Wilson was his first wife from 1976 to 1984, and they had two children together, Allison and Patrick, who are now adults.
As for the rest of his personal life, Berenger married Lisa Williams in 1986 and the couple went on to have three children together: Chelsea, Chloe, and Shilah. In 1997, the couple divorced.
With Patricia Alvaran, he had a daughter named Scout, however the couple split in 2011 due to irreconcilable differences. The following year, he married Laura Moretti and had two children.