How much is Mandy Patinkin Net worth?Know about his Career and Awards
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Mandy Patinkin is an actor, singer, and voice artist. Patinkin is well known for playing Inigo Montoya in the 1987 classic film The Princess Bride. Get to know more about his salary, earnings, and sources of income.
How much is Mandy Patinkin’s net worth?
64-year-old, award-winning actor, Mandy Patinkin has a net worth of $9 million. Patinkin expanded his net worth by appearing in several popular television shows and movies with the successful acting career. Mandy Patinkin was paid $125,000 per episode in Homeland. Detail information of his lavish brands is yet to be disclosed.
Patinkin owns a house in High Falls, New York. He previously lived in a rented apartment in Upper Side for about three decades. After searching for several days, Patinkin bought a 3-bedrooms house near Columbia University for about $1.6 million.
The house is on 1,750 squares feet area less than the previous 2,400 squares feet apartment. He used to pay $600 rent per month for a 2-bedroom apartment and later paid $3,000 per month as he rented the next 2-bedroom apartment and combined the two apartments.
Mandy Patinkin and his wife's Social Works
In March 2017, Patinkin and his wife, Kathryn Grody traveled to Greece and Serbia and visited refugee. On June 1st, 2015, Patinkin who plays a “Homeland” CIA division chief racing in order to save a fictional world from a terror attack, helped refugees get ashore on the Greek island of Lesbos. The “Homeland” star, Mandy Patinkin has also made the reconnection with the refugee family. He is bonded with a Syrian refugee family living in a camp as well.
Some of you have asked what you can do to help refugees. First of all, thank you for asking. My view is that we cannot stay silent. Now more than ever, you can help share their stories, be their voice. You can pick up your phone and call your congressmen or representatives to make sure they know you stand with refugees. You can have a conversation with a refugee family, find a @theirc office near you in the US to welcome them, volunteer with them, teach them English. You can spread the truth. You can make a contribution to one of these organizations like @theirc. Whatever you can- but it's time to act. Not to wait.
The couple went on to witness the lives and mentally support over 7,000 refugees currently stranded in Greece and Serbia. They talked to frightened kids who had moved from Greece to Albania.
Mandy Patinkin’s splendid career and awards
Mandy began his acting career in musical theater, gaining prominence with a role of Che in Evita on Broadway in 1979. At the time, Mandy garnered the 1980 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical "Evita". In the fall of 1984, Mandy achieved Tony for the second time for Best Actor in a Musical for his work in the musical Sunday in the Park with George director, James Lapine.
In 1985, Mandy returned back to cinemas, appearing in vivid high profile productions like Dick Tracy, The Princess Bride, and Alien Nation. Patinkin achieved an Emmy Award for frequently appearing the top-rated TV drama series, Chicago Hope. Besides that, Mandy featured in the TV comedy, Dead Like Me including CBS dramas Criminal Minds and Three Rivers.
In 1991, Patinkin was nominated Drama Desk Award as Outstanding Actor for appearing in the musical “The Secret Garden”. In 1995, he won an Emmy Award for portraying the role of Dr. Jeffrey Geiger on CBS’s Chicago Hope. Patinkin returned to the big screen for featuring in films such as Men With Guns, and The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland before moving into crime drama Criminal Minds.
In the fall of 2000, Mandy Patinkin was nominated for Drama Desk Award for outstanding actor in a musical “The Wild Party”. His character inspired fervent fans, but Patinkin remained on the show for two seasons. Most recently, Patinkin can be seen in the hard-hitting drama series “Homeland”. While like Saul Berenson, Mandy was nominated for a Golden Globe and Emmy Award.
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The films featured by Mandy Patinkin include Ragtime, Yentl, Daniel, Castle in the Sky, The House on Caroll Street, Wish I was Here, Lai and Nino, and much more. Mandy Patinkin (1989) and Dress Casual (1990) are the solo albums released by him.