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How Much is John O’Hurley’s Net Worth as of 2023?

John O’Hurley is an American actor, author, host, and producer who has a net worth of $12 million. O’Hurley is probably most famous for playing Elaine Benes’ boss, J. Peterman, on “Seinfeld” (1995–1998). The character was based on the real J. Peterman of the J. Peterman Catalogue, and in a fascinating example of art imitating life, John invested in the real J. Peterman Company and became a member of its board of directors. O’Hurley has more than 150 acting credits to his name, including the films “Love Stinks” (1999), “An American Carol” (2008), and “7 Days to Vegas” (2019) and the television series “Loving” (1984–1986), “Santa Barbara” (1990–1991), “Valley of the Dolls” (1994), and “Devious Maids” (2015).

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John O'Hurley's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:

John O'Hurley Wealth Info
Net Worth$12 Million
Date of BirthOctober 9, 1954 (age 68 years)
Height6 Feet 2 Inches (1.89 m)
ProfessionActor, Author, Composer, Game Show Host, Performer, Pianist, Presenter, Singer, TV Personality, Voice Actor


From 1983 to 1984, O’Hurley starred as Greg Schaeffer on the crime drama “The Edge of Night,” then he played Keith Lane and Jonathan Matalaine on the soap opera “Loving” in the mid-1980s. He appeared in the TV movies “Billy the Kid” (1989) and “White Hot: The Mysterious Murder of Thelma Todd” (1991) and the film “Night Eyes 2” (1991), and he starred as Stephen Slade on the soap opera “Santa Barbara” from 1990 to 1991. John played Allen Cooper on the syndicated drama “Valley of the Dolls” in 1994, and the following year, he landed the role of J. Peterman on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld,” appearing in 20 episodes. He guest-starred on “Melrose Place” (1996), “Coach” (1996), “Weird Science” (1996), “Mad About You” (1996), “Boy Meets World” (1996), “The X-Files” (1997), and “Ellen” (1998), and he played Robert McSwain on the ABC sitcom “Over the Top” in 1997. O’Hurley appeared in the films “The Power Within” (1995), “The Killing Secret” (1997), “Murder Live!” (1997), and “Love Stinks” (1999), and from 2000 to 2002, he hosted the game show “To Tell the Truth.”

Personal Life

John married actress Eva LaRue in August 1992, and they divorced in 1994. O’Hurley wed Lisa Mesloh on August 14, 2004, and they welcomed son William on December 6, 2006. Actor Bryan Cranston, John’s “Loving” co-star, was the best man at both weddings. O’Hurley is a classically trained vocalist, and he taught himself to play piano. He began composing music as a teenager, and in 2004, he collaborated on the album “Peace of Our Minds” with cellist Marston Smith. The album sold out in less than 10 minutes on QVC, and it reached #10 on the “Billboard” Classical Albums chart. In 2009, John graced the cover of “Making Music” magazine. O’Hurley is a conservative, and he has said, “It’s very difficult to be a conservative in Hollywood. Even though there are many of us, you do feel you are an island fighting the storm… all viewpoints must be observed and respected.”

Inspirational Quotes by John O'Hurley

If you want to see theater you go to New York.

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I never like to think of anything from an ending point.

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I've learned a lot about putting a show up in Vegas. You can't just all of a sudden put up a show here and do well. Nobody does.

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