Here's How Much Elliott Gould Is Really Worth

With the highly anticipated "Friends" reunion hitting HBO Max on May 27, one can't help but think about A-list actor Elliott Gould, who famously portrayed Jack Geller, Monica and Ross Geller's father, for so many years. 

But make no mistake about it — even if HBO hadn't moved forward with the production of the long-awaited reunion (which was put on pause during the pandemic), you can rest assured that Gould would be doing juuust fine for himself. With a lengthy and accomplished resume that boasts projects such as "M*A*S*H," "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," Robert Altman's acclaimed adaptation of the noir classic "The Long Goodbye," "Ocean's 11," and "Contagion," it's no secret that the Gould is a Hollywood heavyweight.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Gould was known during his hay-day for his bushy black mustache and, "distinctive nasal, New York baritone," per The Guardian. As a youngster, he didn't enjoy performing, per the outlet, but a dance teacher when he was 12 broke through. "He just pounded me mentally. When I wept, he did not treat me like a baby and he got through to me," Gould told The Guardian. Today, the veteran actor has a massive 190 acting credits to his name. But just how much is he worth? Keep reading after the jump to find out!

Elliott Gould is worth this much

These days, Elliot Gould lays low. He owns a home in Los Angeles, Calif., where CBS Sunday Morning interviewed him in 2020 on his "backyard patio." "Donald Sutherland, one of my best partners, great actor, said to me, 'What good does it do to know everything when you don't understand anything?" Gould told the outlet on staying humble. He also told them that growing up with bare-bones Brooklyn roots meant he used to gamble, a lot. "My family had no money. And I'm second-generation American. And so, I would sort of gamble. And like, you know, a lot of people have that, you know?" Well, things have changed. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the talented actor is now worth an impressive $20 million.

On a personal note, the actor has been married three times, and per People, he and the iconic Barbra Streisand were "the 'it' couple in the 1960s." They got divorced in 1971 "after eight years of marriage and a son together." On CBS Sunday Morning, Gould attributed Streisand's laser-sharp focus on herself and her own ventures for prohibiting them from growing together as a married couple. "We didn't grow together and the reason for that was because she became more important than us," he revealed. "Then I also said to her, 'We did great. We made it very fast and nobody has what we have. There's you and me and our kid.'"