Bronson Pinchot Gay, Married, Net Worth, Now
|Date of Birth||May 20, 1959|
|Age||61 Years 4 Month(s)|
|Girlfriend/Dating||Amy Heckerling (1995-1997), Marcy Walker (1984-1985)|
|Net Worth||$3 Million (Estimated)|
|Salary||$50,121 Per Year (Approx.)|
|Height||5 Feet 9 Inches (175 cm)|
|Education||South Pasadena High School, Yale university|
|Parents||Rosina Pinchot (Mother), Henry Pinchot (Father)|
|Siblings||Justin Pinchot (Brother)|
Talent will perceive you in the door, but it needs some patience. Bronson Pinchot is one of them, who struggled in the transition of the small screen to big screen. But, American actor Bronson sheer persistence for his dream let him grasp success in acting.
Bronson Pinchot is popularly known for his role as Balki Bartokomous in the TV series, Perfect Strangers. Bronson was also nominated for Emmy Awards for his impressive role on the television series, Perfect Strangers. He was also listed as the Best Voice in Fiction & Classics by AudioFile magazine for his Flannery O'Connor's Everything That Rises Must Converge.
What's Net Worth Of Bronson Pinchot?
Bronson Pinchot has accumulated the net worth of $3 million from his career in acting. He mustered the prominent part of revenue appearing in the movie Beverly Hills Cop, which made a huge box office collection of $316.4 million. The film was made with a total production budget of $15 million.
He also expanded his wealth from his roles in the long-running TV series including Perfect Strangers (1986–93), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994/95), and The Bronson Pinchot Project (2012–13).
He had purchased six properties in the small rural town of 1,300 in Hartford. But in 2015, he filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy claiming liabilities between $100,000 and $500,000 and some of his properties in Harford were consequently put up for sale.
The Manhattan-born actor began his career in acting in 1983. As of 2018, he appeared in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, where he portrayed the recurring role of George Hawthorne. As of now, he resides in rural Harford, PA, where he is renovating his historic farmhouse.
Bronson Pinchot's On-screen Gay Role
The Perfect Strangers' actor Bronson Pinchot portrayed the gay role af hotelier Serge in the movie Beverly Hills Cop. As being the gay, he brought out the sense in humor in homophobe-prone Eddie Murphy, who portrayed the character of Axel Foley.
He also featured in the NBC TV series Sara, portraying the role of Dennis Kemper. He was one of the earliest gay characters in the series. Though he portrayed gay characters in several TV series and Movie, he is straight in real life. In the past, he has been linked with numerous actress, which further proves his sexual orientation.
Bronson Engaged Twice; Is He Married?
Bronson reportedly dated producer and director Amy Heckerling for four since. Before they started filming American teen sitcom Clueless in 1995, the alleged couple were in a relationship for two years.
The couple also got engaged but never announced their engagement. Bronson and his fiancée even made an appearance together in the MTV Movie Awards in 1996.
Bronson Pinchot appears with girlfriend Amy Heckerling at MTV Movie Awards in 1996 (Photo: yahoo.com)
However, they called off their wedding soon after the engagement and parted ways in 1997.
Before dating Amy, Bronson was in a relationship with an American actress Marcy Walker in 1984. The two even got engaged but never got married. After a year of a relationship, they had a split in 1985.
On 25 March 2013, one of the Twitter users asked him if he was single. He then replied by saying that he is happily married. Though he revealed his wedding, he is yet to reveal the identity of his probable wife.
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Bronson Pinchot was born as Bronson Alcott Pinchot on 20 May 1959 in New York, USA. Bronson, who stands at the height of 5' 9" (1.75 meters), holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity with Italian and Russian ancestry.
He was raised by his parents, Rosina and Henry, along with his three siblings.
He completed his high schooling from South Pasadena High School in 1977. Later, he joined Yale University and graduated in Drama in 1981. The TV actor is fond of Greek sculpture.