Edward Ernest Reinhold, Jr. was born on 21 May 1957, in Wilmington, Delaware USA, of Irish and German descent. Judge is an actor, best known from appearing in films such as “Gremlins”, “Beverly Hills Cop”, and “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. He’s also appeared in several television shows, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Judge Reinhold? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through a successful career as an actor. He’s appeared in over 60 films over more than 35 years, and has worked with high profile actors such as Nicolas Cage, Sean Penn, and Forest Whitaker. He’s also appeared in music videos and all of these have ensured the position of his wealth.
Judge Reinhold Net Worth $5 million
Judge attended Alexis I. DuPont High School and would then move to Martin County High School from where he matriculated. He then went to Mary Washington College and North Carolina School of the Arts, during which time he began performing in theaters, which led to him getting some recognition.
One of his first appearances was in an episode of “Wonder Woman” entitled “Amazon Hot Wax”. He then got his first major film in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” which starred actors who would become highly successful. Prior to that appearance, he was a part of the drama “Running Scared”, but also appeared in Pat Benatar’s music video called “Shadows of the Night” though he was uncredited. He then appeared as a junior police detective in the film “Beverly Hills Cop” which starred Eddie Murphy. Two years later, he was cast in “Ruthless People”, and would then become part of the music video “Honestly” by Harem Scarem.
In 1994, he became a part of “Beverly Hills Cop III”, and “The Santa Clause” which would lead to a trilogy of films; he also made a guest appearance in two episodes of “Arrested Development”. One of his most notable roles was in the very popular TV series “Seinfeld” which earned him an Emmy nomination. He was also part of the Steven Spielberg miniseries “Into the West”, and a few “Beethoven” films. In 2008, he appeared in “Swing Vote” alongside Kevin Costner, and one of his latest projects is the fourth film of the “Beverly Hills Cop” series, which sees him and Eddie Murphy returning to reprise their roles. The film is known to be directed by Brett Ratner who’s known for his work in “Rush Hour”.
For his personal life, it is known that Judge married Carrie Frazier in 1985 though their marriage only lasted a year. He was also previously engaged to Kaitlin Hopkins, but it was called off. He has been married to Amy Miller since 2000. Aside from that, he was given the nickname “Judge” by his father who was a lawyer. He’s also a well known whistler and his skills were seen and heard when he hosted “Saturday Night Live” during the 1980s. He also mentioned in an interview that he had an embarrassing event in LAX after “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” was released. He was called by two guys as “the guy who was jerking off” as a reference to his character in the film.
Is an accomplished whistler, and crooned a western tune for his monologue when he hosted Saturday Night Live (1975) in the late 1980s.
His father nicknamed him "Judge" when he was just two weeks old.
[on his masturbation scene] There was an embarrassing moment for me at LAX soon after the movie came out. Two guys recognized me and one of them started screaming really loudly, "Look, there's the guy who was jerking off!" -- you know, like they'd just caught me in the men's room.