How Much is Bruce Campbell Worth?

American actor Bruce Campbell has an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Born in a city of Royal Oak, Michigan 1958, he initially had a propensity for acting, as his father was an amateur actor. Consequently, he quickly established his acting skills with various acts as well as stage performances side by side his father.

With his remarkable talent, he has a had an interesting and diverse career in the filmmaking business. His first major benefit was on a low-budget but critically acclaimed picture, The Evil Dead (1981), in which he happened to be an actor as well as producer. The aforementioned film obtained $2.4 million initial domestic runs gross on a $350,000 budget.

He became best recognizable for performing the character of Ash Williams, the movie’s protagonist and later came into view in the subsequential parts of it. As a matter of fact, his another famous role was the Officer Jack W. Forrest, Jr. from the Maniac Cop (1988). Among his TV series images was Xena: Warrior Princess (1996-99), The X-Files (1999), Burn Notice (2007-13), Psych (2014), Fargo (2015), Lodge 49 (2018). He made his debut as a director on the 2002′ documentary film Fanalysis.

Along with his wife, he went on to produce and direct another documentary about state-of-the-art land stewardship A Community Speaks (2004). Campbell has made his net worth as a writer with life-story narrative, If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor (2002) and writing the storyline of 2005′ well-reviewed movie the Man with the Screaming Brain.