Art Lafleur Net Worth 2021: Income, Salary, Career, Bio

Art Lafleur is an American character actor who had a net worth of $20 Million at the time of his death. Art is most remembered for his part in the film The Sandlot. He was born on September 9, 1943, and died on November 17, 2021. He began his acting career in 1978 when he was only 35 years old and soon, he grew more successful in his industry in a short amount of time, influencing people via his career and gaining a great deal of reputation. Today in this post we are going to tell you about Art Lafleur’s net worth, his income, salary, and some facts. So, let’s start with his net worth.

Art Lafleur Net Worth

Full Name:Art Lafleur
Net Worth:$20 Million
Age:78
Country:United States
Born:September 9, 1943
Salary:$1 Million
Last Updated:2021

Art Lafleur Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2021$20 Million
Net Worth in 2020$18 Million
Net Worth in 2019$17 Million
Net Worth in 2018$16 Million
Net Worth in 2017$16 Million

Early Life

Art Lafleur was born on 9th September in 1943 in Gary, Indiana United States of America. Any information about his parents is not known but it is known that prior to opting to move from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California in 1975 at the age of 31, Art worked extensively in sales, as well as in the saloon and restaurant business.

Career

Art started his career in 1977, by appearing in plays, and a year later, he appeared in his first television film. Art has appeared in a number of television series as a guest star, including Angel and JAG. In 1983, he has cast alongside Alex Karras and Susan Clark in the ABC sitcom pilot Another Ballgame. In the 1995 family comedy film Man of the House (Silver Fox), he played the quirky and obsessive character Red Sweeney (Silver Fox).

In season 9 (“Father’s Day”) of the television series MAS*H, he played an MP on the lookout for the person guilty of a stolen side of beef. Then, in the 1985 science fiction picture Zone Troopers, Art played US Army soldier Mittens. In the film Field of Dreams, Art played baseball star Chick Gandil of the 1919 Black Sox fame.

He played the White House security chief in Disney’s First Kid (1996), “McNulty” in both Trancers (1985) and Trancers II (1991), and 1st Sgt. Brandon T. Williams in In the Army Now (1994). He played pilot Jack Neely in Air America (1990), Banes in The Replacements (2000), and Sergeant Rutledge in Beethoven’s 4th (2003). Similarly, in the 1992 film Mr. Baseball, Art played a coach with the New York Yankees.

He also played the tooth fairy in The Santa Clause 2 in 2002 and The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause in 2006. [3] In 2005, he played Bruce Willis’ deputy sheriff in the film Hostage. He had roles in the Direct-to-DVD film Ace Ventura Jr: Pet Detective and the Science-Fiction horror film “The Rig” in 2009. In the film The Sandlot, Art LaFleur portrayed Babe Ruth.

Latest News

Actor Art Lafleur has died tragically on November 17, 2021, in Los Angeles, California, USA. His wife Shelley announced his death, revealing that Art had died after a ten-year fight with A-typical Parkinson’s disease. Art was 78 years old when he died.


According to the publication, the actor’s wife, Shelly LaFleur, posted on social media, “He was a generous and unselfish man which flowed over into his acting but more importantly it was who he was for his family and friends.” “I consider myself extremely fortunate to have enjoyed a 43-year relationship with a man who appreciated and adored me. Art was larger than life for us, and it meant everything.”

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About

Net Worth$20 Million
NameArt Lafleur
Age78
Height(1.8 m)
Weight80KG (Approx)
ProfessionActor
Date Of BirthSeptember 9, 1943
BirthplaceUnited States
NationalityAmerican
Income$1 Million (Annual)
SpouseShelley 

Personal Life

Art Lafleur was married to Shelley LaFleur on 4th September 1981 and has two children with her. While acting in the TV movie Rescue from Gilligan’s Island, he met his production coordinator wife (1978). Art Lafleur is most recognized for his part in The Sandlot.

Summary

Art Lafleur a character actor had a net worth of around $20 million as of 2021. His primary source of income is from his work as a successful actor.

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