Judy Greer Net Worth – 2022

Judy Greer

Net Worth $5 Million
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession Actor, Voice Actor, Television producer
Gender Female
Date of Birth Jul 20, 1975 (46 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Judy Greer Net Worth:

$5 Million

How Much Is Judy Greer Net Worth?

The net worth of Judy Greer, an American actress, director, and novelist, is $5 million. Greer provides the voice of Cheryl Tunt in the cartoon series “Archer” (2009–present), and she has been a series regular on the television series “Love & Money” (1999–2000), “Love Monkey” (2006), “Miss Guided” (2008), “Mad Love” (2011), “Married” (2014–2015), and “Kidding” (2018–2020). Judy’s recurrent roles include Kitty Sanchez on “Arrested Development” (2003–2005; 2013; 2018), Bridget Schmidt and Myra Melnick on “Two and a Half Men” (2007; 2011–2015), and Judy on “Casual” (2017).

She has appeared in over 140 films, such as “Jawbreaker” (1999), “The Hebrew Hammer” (2003), “13 Going on 30” (2004), “27 Dresses” (2008), and “Carrie” (2013). Greer has appeared as Maggie Lang in Marvel’s “Ant-Man” (2015) and “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018), as Laurie Strode’s daughter Karen Nelson in “Halloween” (2018) and “Halloween Kills” (2021), and as the director of “A Happening of Monumental Proportions” (2017). Judy wrote “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star” in 2014.

Early Years

Judy Greer was born Judith Therese Evans in Detroit, Michigan on July 20, 1975. Judy’s mother, Mollie Ann (maiden name: Greer), served as a nun for eight years before being expelled for “wild conduct.” Rich Greer’s father is a mechanical engineer, while Mollie Ann became a hospital administrator later on. Judy was raised as a Roman Catholic in Redford Township and Livonia, Michigan, and she attended Churchill High School. As a high school student, Judy enrolled in Churchill’s Creative and Performing Arts Program. In 1997, she graduated from The Theatre School at DePaul University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.


Greer made her film and television debuts in 1997, with roles in the horror film “Stricken” and the television program “Early Edition.” She subsequently starred in “Kissing a Fool” in 1998, followed by “Jawbreaker,” “Three Kings,” and “The Big Split” in 1999. Judy portrayed Puff Conklin on the CBS comedy “Love & Money” from 1999 to 2000, then in 2003 she secured a recurring role as Kitty Sanchez on the critically acclaimed Fox sitcom “Arrested Development.” She also featured in “What Planet Are You From?” (2000), “The Specials” (2000), “What Women Want” (2000), “Adaptation” (2002), “I Love Your Work” (2003), “The Village” (2004), “LolliLove” (2004), “Cursed” (2005), and “Elizabethtown” around the same period (2005). Both “The Wedding Planner” (2001) and “13 Going on 30” (2004; co-starring Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Garner) garnered almost $100 million at the box office. Judy portrayed Brandy “Bran” Lowenstein in the CBS television series “Love Monkey” in 2006, and in 2007, she appeared in two episodes of “Two and a Half Men” as Myra Melnick. She returned to “Two and a Half Men” in 2011 in a new role, Bridget Schmidt, and subsequently appeared in 11 episodes as Bridget. Greer had a recurring role as Trixie on Showtime’s “Californication” from 2007 to 2012, and she appeared as Becky Freeley on ABC’s “Miss Guided” in 2008.

Judy has acted in the films “American Dreamz” (2006), “The TV Set” (2006), “The Grand” (2007), “Visioneers” (2008), and “Love Happens” (2009), and she co-starred with Katherine Heigl in “27 Dresses” (2008), which grossed $162.7 million. She portrayed Wendy Park in the stop-motion cartoon series “Glenn Martin, DDS” from 2009 to 2011, and in 2009, she began voicing Cheryl Tunt on the FX series “Archer,” which has aired over 120 episodes as of this writing. Greer has appeared as a guest star on “Modern Family” (2010), “The Big Bang Theory” (2010), “How I Met Your Mother” (2010), “Royal Pains” (2012), and “Mom” (2015), and she as Connie Grabowski on the CBS sitcom “Mad Love” in 2011. She appeared in “Peep World” (2010), “Love & Other Drugs” (2010), “Jeff, Who Lives at Home” (2011), “Playing for Keeps” (2012), “Jamie Marks Is Dead” (2014), “Addicted to Fresno” (2015), “Tomorrowland” (2015), and “Entourage” (2015), as well as the blockbusters “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (2014), “Jurass Judy reprised her roles as Cornelia in “War for the Planet of the Apes” (2017) and Maggie Lang in “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018).

Greer portrayed Lina Bowman on FX’s “Married” from 2014 to 2015, and from 2016 to 2019, she provided the voice for Beep on Netflix’s “Ask the StoryBots.” She appeared in the films “Ordinary World” (2016), “Pottersville” (2017), “Measure of a Man” (2018), “Driven” (2018), “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” (2019), “Playing with Fire” (2019), “Uncle Frank” (2020), and “Lady of the Manor” (2021), and she portrayed Karen Nelson in the films “Halloween” (2018) and “Halloween Kills” (2021), In 2017, she portrayed Judy on Hulu’s “Casual,” and from 2018 to 2020, she portrayed Jill Piccirillo with Jim Carrey on Showtime’s “Kidding.” Greer was cast in the anthology series “The First Lady” on Showtime, the HBO miniseries “The White House Plumbers,” and the NBC crime drama “The Thing About Pam” in 2021.

Personal Life

Judy married producer Dean E. Johnsen on December 17, 2011, and she is stepmother to Dean’s children from a previous relationship, Lucas and Emilee. As a producer, Johnsen has worked on “Politically Incorrect” and “Real Time with Bill Maher.” Greer revealed in a 2014 Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) that she no longer practices Catholicism, despite having been raised Catholic. Judy is a member of the board of directors for Project Chimps, a sanctuary “established to give lifetime outstanding care to 200 chimpanzees rescued from experimentation.”

Honors and Candidatures

Greer was awarded the John Cassavetes Award at the Starz Denver Film Festival in 2011. Britta Erickson, director of the festival, commented on the choice to honor Judy “We are thrilled to pay tribute to Judy Greer, a courageous, hard-working performer who has featured in 39 films and has stolen scenes from some of Hollywood’s greatest and most prominent leading males at every turn. Judy has persevered as an artist with tenacity and uncompromising honesty, letting us laugh and weep alongside her characters.” “Uncle Frank” received the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding TV Movie in 2021, while Greer was nominated for the New Mexico Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress for “Halloween Kills.”

Judy was nominated for a Denver Film Critics Society Award and a Satellite Award for her performance in “The Descendants,” and the cast was nominated for Best Ensemble at the Central Ohio Film Critics Association, Gotham Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards. Greer received nominations for the Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Television Production (2012) and the Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Voice-Over Performance in an Animated Program (2016) for “Archer,” and the cast of the show received nominations for the Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series – Comedy/Musical in 2013 and 2014. Judy was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Sleazebag for “13 Going on 30” in 2004, and she was nominated for a Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actress for “Halloween” in 2018.

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