Jerry Ferrara is a famous actor who is mainly known for acting in the show called “Entourage”. Jerry has also appeared in several movies and was a part of the video game entitled “Scarface: The World Is Yours”. Ferrara started to focus more on acting when he was studying in college. He has even said that one of his teachers encouraged him to start a career as an actor. Jerry has been nominated for Teen Choice Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards several times and this proves that he is acclaimed in the industry. So how rich is Jerry Ferrara? It has been estimated that Jerry’s net worth is $10 million. Ferrara is still very young, so there is a bright future waiting for him. Undoubtedly, Jerry Ferrara’s net worth will become higher in the future.
Jerry Ferrara Net Worth $10 Million
Jerry Ferrara was born in 1979 in New York. As mentioned before, Jerry started to study acting in college and later received invitations to perform in small roles. The first show in which Jerry appeared was “The King of Queens”. There he worked with Kevin James, Lisa Rieffel, Larry Romano, Jerry Stiller and others. The role in this show added to Ferrara’s net worth. After some time he received more attention and invitations for other roles. He appeared in such shows as “That’s Life”, “Maybe it’s Me”, “Leap of Faith”, “NYPD Blue” and others. All these appearances made Jerry Ferrara’s net worth grow.
In 2004 Jerry acted in his first move, called “Cross Bronx”. In the same year he started to act in one of his most famous shows, called “Entourage”. During the making of this show, Jerry had an opportunity to meet such actors as Kevin Dillon, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Debi Mazar, Rex Lee and others. His role in this show is one of the main sources of Jerry’s net worth. Although the series has already ended, there is a movie being created based on it, and planned to be released in 2015. There is no doubt that this movie will also become very famous and will of course added to Jerry Ferrara’s net worth. Other movies that Jerry has acted in, include “Think Like a Man”, “Last Vegas”, “Lone Survivor”, “Eagle Eye” and others.
In addition to his career as an actor, Jerry is also the owner of a restaurant chain called “Fat Sal’s Deli”. It can therefore be said that Jerry does not only depend on acting, but also tries to involve himself in the business. Lastly, we should agree that Jerry Ferrara is a young and talented actor. He will probably act in even more successful movies and television shows. There is no doubt that Jerry will also gain more fans and maybe will even become a very successful businessman. Through hard work he might achieve much more and become more respected and acclaimed in the movie and television industry.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Jerry currently resides in Los Angeles.
Attended Abraham Lincoln High School.
Claims to be a die-hard New York Knick fan (as can be seen from the Knicks jersey he's always wearing on Entourage (2004)).
I do appreciate a woman who has a passion for sports and knows their stuff.
I was so honored to be on 'Entourage' for eight years but I want to show people that I can do other things.
If you want something, have it. If you feel like it's forbidden, you'll want it even more. Whenever I have a craving, I go and have it and just make sure I don't have it again the next day.
My biggest pet peeve are just girls who go to sports bars who have no intention on caring what teams are playing, like they're looking for just a night out. That drives me more crazy than anything else. Like, don't pretend to be a sports fan.
I gave up so many things. It wasn't that I was out of control - it was just years of eating anything I wanted. I wouldn't eat a whole pizza, but if I wanted pizza two or three times a week, I didn't think to limit myself. So I just cut out all the stuff that I viewed as unhealthy.
I got on the scale and I weighed around 203. I'm only 5'7. I was about to turn 30, and I wasn't active anymore. So I started working with a nutritionist and a trainer. I played basketball twice a week. And soon it all just became a habit for me. I became addicted to something good for a change.
'The Sopranos,' for instance, is arguably the best cable show of all time. They could have made a movie, but that show ended so perfectly, it would almost be a disadvantage to make a movie like that. Then again, if you made a 'Sopranos' movie, people would be lined around the block to go see it.
Any actor who is being honest will admit there's always a small or large part of the real you in every character. It's impossible not to have that.
I can only speak for myself - I don't care how I look.
I'm just a seasonal guy. Basketball, football, baseball, boxing, golf. Give it to me all the time.