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|Birth date:|| May 21, 1957 |
|Birth place:|| Wilmington, Delaware, United States |
|Height:||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
|Education:|| University of North Carolina, School of the Arts, Martin County High School|
|Spouse:|| Amy Reinhold (m. 2000), Carrie Frazier (m. 1985–1986)|
|Parents:|| Regina Celeste Reinhold, Edward Ernest Reinhold, Sr.|
|Nominations:|| Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series|
|Movies:|| Beverly Hills Cop, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Santa Clause, Beverly Hills Cop II, Beverly Hills Cop III, Gremlins, Ruthless People, Vice Versa, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, The Santa Clause 2, Stripes, Zandalee, Beethoven's 3rd, Beethoven's 4th, Swing Vote, Runaway Car, Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will?, Off Beat, Walking Across Egypt, Enid Is Sleeping, Clifford's Really Big Movie, Rosalie Goes Shopping, Roadhouse 66, National Lampoon's Thanksgiving Family Reunion, Enemies of Laughter, Four Eyes and Six Guns, Family Plan, Checking Out, My Brother the Pig, The Meeksville Ghost, The Hollow, Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts, The Lords of Discipline, Pandemonium, A Soldier's Tale, Dead in a Heartbeat, Last Lives, Boltneck, Homegrown, NetForce, Betaville, Bank Robber, Puss in Boots, Newsbreak, Running Scared, Hollywood Palms, A Matter of Sex, Near Mrs., Comics Open, Hermie & Friends: Stanley the Stinkbug Goes to Camp, Robots Of Mars|
|TV shows:|| Easy Money, The O'Keefes|
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Judge Reinhold Net Worth $215 Million
Following his training in the North Carolina School of the Arts, actor Judge Reinhold worked in regional repertory, dinner theaters, and “outside” dramas. He gained visibility in TV parts as gawky adolescents, notably the lead in the syndicated Capital Cities Specific A Step Too Slow. In films from 1979, Reinhold’s first important character was high schooler Brad in Fast Times at Ridgemont High. He hit his stride in 1984, playing the nice guy detective sent to trail Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop (1984). Though he has established a convincing villain when the demand has arisen, Judge Reinhold has boomed in parts calling for decency and reliance. Reinhold’s career slowed down a bit through the ’90s as well as in the first part of the decade he seemed destined to be relegated to B-movies and television films such as Four Eyes and Six Guns (1993), but in 1994, he appeared in two major attributes, Beverly Hills Cop III and The Santa Clause.