|Celebrated Name:||Bonnie Hunt|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Bonnie Lynn Hunt|
|Age:||59 years old|
|Birth Date:||22 September 1961|
|Birth Place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||John Murphy (m. 1988–2006)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||No|
|Is Bonnie Hunt Lesbian?||No|
|Profession:||Comedian, actress, director, producer, writer, and television host|
|Net Worth in 2021:||$12 million|
|Last Updated:||March 2021|
Bonnie Hunt is a popular comedian, actress, director, producer, writer, and television host from America. She has starred in several successful movies like Rain Man, Beethoven, Beethoven’s 2nd, Jumanji, Jerry Maguire, The Green Mile, and many more. She has also done voice work in A Bug’s Life, Monsters, Inc., Monsters University, Life with Bonnie, among others.
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Early Life & Biography
Bonnie Lynn Hunt was born in Chicago on September 22, 1961, to her parents Robert Edward Hunt and Alice E. Hunt. Her father was an electrician, and her mother was a homemaker. She belongs to Irish, Belgian, and Polish descent.
Hunt has six siblings, three elder brothers Patrick, Kevin, and Tom, and three sisters Cathy, Mary, and Carol. She went to St. Ferdinand Grammar School and later attended Notre Dame High School for Girls in Chicago.
After completing her college, she worked as an oncology nurse at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In 1984, she founded the comedy troupe, An Impulsive Thing.
Bonnie Hunt married John Murphy in 1998, who is an investment banker. The couple does not have any children, and later they got separated in 2006.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 22 September 1961, Bonnie Hunt is 59 years old as of today’s date 8th March 2021. Her height is 1.73 m tall, and her weight is 63 kg.
Hunt made her acting debut in 1984 when she appeared in the television series American Playhouse as a Foxtrot dancer. In 1990, she appeared as Carol Anne Smithson in the television series, Grand. At the same time, she refused to become a cast member of Saturday Night Live because the producers didn’t like her improvisational style.
Hunt made her movie debut in the 1988 movie Rain Man in which she played the recurring role of Sally Dibbs. In 1993, along with David Letterman, she produced the television sitcom, The Building, which was filmed live. In 1995, both of them created another show named The Bonnie Hunt Show, which had the same cast members from the previous show. The show was liked and praised by audiences and critics, but it was canceled after airing only thirteen episodes.
In 2002, Hunt returned to television with the show Life with Bonnie. The show was very successful and earned her a 2004 Emmy nomination. At the same time, she was seen in the series Live with Regis and Kelly, which aired on the ABC network.
Hunt co-wrote and directed the 2000 romantic drama movie, Return to Me. The entire film was shot in Chicago and received a positive reception from critics. She portrayed Madam Serena in Jumanji, Kate Baker in Cheaper by the Dozen, Alice Newton in Beethoven, sister of Renée Zellweger’s character in Jerry Maguire, Grace Bellamy in Loggerheads, and many more.
Hunt has also worked as a voice actor in eight Pixar films: A Bug’s Life as Rosie, Monsters, Inc. as Ms. Flint, Cars, Cars 2, and Cars 3 as Sally Carrera, Toy Story 3 and Toy Story 4 as Dolly, and Monsters University as Karen Graves. She also gave her voice for the Walt Disney Animation Studios’ film, Zootopia.
In 2018, Hunt played the character of Catherine Leahy Scott in the television series Escape at Dannemora. The following year, she appeared as Dolly in the sitcom Forky Asks A Question.
Awards & Achievements
Bonnie Hunt has won several awards and nominations in her illustrious career. In 1996, she won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress in the movie Jumanji. She had also been awarded the Commitment to Chicago Award in 2001.
In 2006, Hunt was awarded the Jury Prize at the Madrid International LGBT Film Festival in the category of “Best Actress” for the movie Loggerheads (2005). She was given the Founder’s Award in 1996 for the television series, The Bonnie Hunt Show.
Hunt has also been nominated for several other awards, including Screen Actors Guild Awards, Satellite Awards, Daytime Emmy Awards, Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, and many more.
Net Worth & Salary of Bonnie Hunt in 2021
As of March 2021, Bonnie Hunt has an estimated net worth of more than $12 million. She has made this huge wealth through her successful career as a television actor, comedian, and host.
Hunt has been a part of several commercially hit movies such as Beethoven, Getting Away with Murder, Random Hearts, Cheaper by the Dozen, Hurricane Season, Toy Story 4, and many more.
She has also given her voice for many video games like Cars, Cars Mater-National Championship, Toy Story 3: The Video Game, among others.
Hunt hosts several award shows, musical concerts, and events, which also helps in increasing her net worth significantly.
Bonnie Hunt is one of the most renowned and versatile artists in the world. She can act, perform stand-up comics, write screenplays, host shows, and also direct movies and television shows. She has been able to win the hearts of people through her work in the entertainment industry.