How rich is Nancy Cartwright?
Nancy Cartwright Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 25, 1957|
|Birth place:||Dayton, Ohio, United States|
|Height:||4 ft 11 in (1.52 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor, Comedian|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Warren Murphy (m. 1988–2002)|
|Children:||Jackson Murphy, Lucy Mae Murphy|
|Parents:||Frank Cartwright, Miriam Cartwright|
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The truth is, to a lot of folks she’s mainly called a voice actress, which participation has also added up lots of sales to the total sum of Nancy Cartwright net worth. Nancy Cartwright, as a voice actress, is generally known in the TV animated series called “The Simpsons”, where she’s the voice supporting the character of Bart Simpson. As well as voicing Bart Simpson, she’s also voicing a few other characters to the exact same show, including Todd Flanders, Nelson Muntz, Ralph Wiggum, Database and Kearney. So, her participation to the animated TV series “The Simpsons” has added not only celebrity to her, but additionally raised the total amount of Nancy Cartwright net worth.
Nancy Cartwright Net Worth $60 Million
The performer was born in 1957 in Ohio. In 1978, she moved to reside La. There, she got her learning voice acting and she attended courses with Daws Butler. In 1982, she appeared in “Marian Rose White” and one year after she was even selected to get a part in her first feature film called “Twilight Zone: The Movie”.
Initially, Nancy Cartwright wished to audition for the part of Lisa Simpson, the sister of Bart Simpson, nevertheless, shortly she got more curious to the character of Bart Simpson and chose to audition with this part. Promptly after her auditions, Nancy Cartwright was selected for the character of Bart Simpson and this part has added a great deal to her recognition in addition to raised the overall sum of Nancy Cartwright net worth. For her appearance with this show, Nancy Cartwright has received quite lots of prizes, including a Primetime Emmy award along with Annie award. In 2000, Nancy Cartwright released her autobiographical novel called “My Life as a Ten Year Old Boy”.