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Corbin Bernsen's Movies and TV Shows: His Net Worth & Salary For His Roles

Updated On 19 Jul, 2018 Published On

We all know Hollywood actor Corbin Bernsen for his popular character Arnold Becker in the NBC series L.A. Law. The actor has appeared in many popular series and TV shows portraying many intense characters. His success in show-biz has helped him accumulate a large net worth and live a lavish lifestyle.

Corbin Dean Bernsen is an American actor and director and the son of Harry Bernsen, Jr., another great Hollywood producer, and veteran soap actress Jeanne Cooper.

Corbin Bensen’s Net Worth And Income

Corbin’s net worth amounts to about $12 million.

The actor and his wife Amanda Pays, together own a mid-century modern home spread over half-acre of land in Sherman Oaks, CA.

CAPTION: Corbin's house
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The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master suite has a fireplace and three walk-in closets. the price for the property is estimated to be about $1.499 million.

Corbin’s Popular Movies And TV Shows

Bernsen started his career as soap actor in Ryan’s Hope. He did two years on that show. Bernsen was then cast as lawyer Arnold Becker on Steven Bochco's television series L.A. Law in 1986. The series was a huge hit, eventually earning him an Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. He remained in the cast until its closure in 1994.

Bernsen then made a move to the films, starring with Bruce Payne in films like Kounterfeit and Aurora: Operation Intercept.

He also played the role of Dr. Alan Feinstone in the horror movie The Dentist, and also its sequel. He was then also cast as prima donna third baseman Roger Dorn in the sports comedy Major League and appeared for both its sequels. The movie was his most successful project and grossed a sum of $50,000,000 at the box office.

CAPTION: Corbin, The Dentist
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He also played John Durant in General Hospital, until the character was murdered in May 2006. Bernsen then played Jack Sherwood in Cuts and played a lawyer on Boston Legal.

Corbin has also appeared on the sets of iconic sci-fi series Star Trek: The Next Generation as Q2 alongside stars like Patrick Steward, and Jonathan Frakes.

He also had a recurring role as Captain Owen Sebring in the military drama JAG. He also co-starred in Psych, where he played Henry Spencer, the father of the main character Shawn Spencer.

He has also appeared in the movie Rust as a former minister who returns back to his hometown.

Appearances on TV shows

He has guest-starred on many shows like Seinfeld and The Larry Sanders Show.

Corbin has appeared twice on Celebrity Mole, and also in Switched at Birth, an ABC Family television series for the episode, Venus, Cupid, Folly and time.

Corbin and his family have also appeared on the ABC show Celebrity Family Feud where they defeated Margaret Cho’s family and lost to the crew from American Chopper.

Corbin as a producer and writer

Corbin has also produced many movies under his banner Public Media Works, a new media company that he co-owns. He has also remained as a president for the company.

He directed and starred in Carpool Guy, the first movie under the Public Media Works, and was released in 2005.

Corbin then formed Team Cherokee Productions with Kyle MacDonald.Corbin now produces a lot of movies based on the theme of Christianity. Rust, was one such movie, which was released in 2010 by Sony Pictures.

He then collaborated with producer/partner Chris Aronoff to form Home Theater Films, an independent production company, and released movie like 25 Hill (2012), 3 Day Test (2012), Beyond The Heavens(2013), and Christian Mingle (2014).

CAPTION: Corbin's book, Rust: the Novel
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Corbin released his novel Rust: the Novel in October 2015, an adaption for the 2010 feature film with the same name Rust, where he plays the protagonist, and also the writer and director.