Robert Sean Leonard is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $15 million dollars. Robert made his stage debut in the early ’80s, finally making his Broadway debut in 1983. His first on-screen character was in the 1986 television movie My Two Loves. Leonard’s breakout role came in 1989, when he appeared alongside Robin Williams and Ethan Hawke in the movie Dead Poets Society. His three films in 1993, Much Ado About Nothing, alongside Kenneth Branagh; Swing Kids, alongside Christian Bale; and The Age of Innocence, alongside Daniel Day-Lewis were also huge successes for Leonard.
Robert Sean Leonard Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
Robert won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance in The Invention of Love in 2001. Regardless of his performance in the Academy Award-winning movie Dead Poets Society, he’s also recognized for his character as Dr. James Wilson in the television series House, M.D. (2004-2012). He has appeared in guest roles in The Outer Limits and Wasteland as well. He most recent recurring character is Dr. Roger Kadar on the television series Falling Skies. Leonard is married to equestrian Gabriella Salick, with whom he has a daughter.
February 28, 1969
Westwood, New Jersey, USA
6' (1.83 m)
Fordham University, Ridgewood High School, Columbia University School of General Studies
Eleanor Leonard, Claudia Leonard
Joyce P., Robert Howard Leonard
Kimberly Leonard, Sean Leonard
Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play (2001)
People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Doctor, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
“The Boys Next Door” (1996), “I Love You, I Love You Not” (1996), “In the Gloaming” (1997), “The Last Days of Disco” (1998), “Ground Control” (1998)
“House” (2004–2012), “The Blacklist” (2013), “Falling Skies” (2013-2014), “The Good Wife” (2014), “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2015-2016)
He was considered for the role of Norman Bates in Psycho (1998) before Vince Vaughn was cast.
His firstborn daughter has the same first name as Mr & Mrs Bridge Co Stars Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward's born nearly 50 years earlier though spelled differently the elder Eleanor's name is spelled Elinor first name for her maternal grandmother Elinor Trimmier Woodward Carter and middle name after her paternal grandmother Theresa Festko Newman.
Received the 2001 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for his portrayal as A.E. Housman in Tom Stoppard's "The Invention of Love." Nominated in the same category two other times: in 1993, for a revival of George Bernard Shaw's "Candida," and in 2003 for a revival of "Long Day's Journey into Night" by Eugene O'Neill.
Grew up on the same block as actor Casper Van Dien. They raced each other in go-carts.
Took his brother's first name (Sean) as his middle name.
Attended the Columbia University school of General Studies and Continuing Education.
Frequently played youths trying to break away from older ideals
When I was 16 I was cast by [Stephen] Sondheim for a six-week workshop of Into the Woods. One day Sondheim came in with [the just-written song] 'Giants in the Sky.' He pointed to me and said, 'This is for Bobby.' I pretty much could have died.
I didn't want to be the lead guy. That's too much work. But I thought that it might be fun to be the lead guy's friend. I'd have days off and still get a paycheck every week. Hugh Laurie, who plays House, is remarkable. I lean in the door and say, 'Hey, what do you think about egg salad [for lunch]?' Then I have two days in a row off. It's a great gig. [on his experience acting on House M.D. (2004)]