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TV legend and star of Pixar's 'Up' Ed Asner dies at 91 - what was his net worth?

82nd Annual Academy Awards - Arrivals
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On Sunday, August 29, legendary actor Ed Asner died at the age of 91. How much was the veteran actor worth at the time of his death? Find out below!

Who is Ed Asner?

If Ed Asner's name doesn't immediately strike a bell, it's likely that you'll recognise him from his legendary role on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," which landed him a starring role in his own spin-off of the show, "Lou Grant."

Ed Asner also starred in other beloved projects like "Elf," Pixar's "Up," in which he voiced the lovable lead character, Carl Fredricksen, and most recently as Johnny Lawrence's step-father, Sid Weinberg, on "Cobra Kai" (via Deadline).

To date, Ed is the most awarded male performer in Emmy history, having won seven Emmy awards throughout his illustrious career, and from 1981 to 1985, Ed Asner served as the president of the Screen Actors Guild, where he was active in political causes within and outside of the entertainment industry, per The New York Times.

8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Show
8th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Show / Kevin Winter/Getty Images

How much was the Ed Asner worth at the time of his death?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ed Asner was worth approximately $10 million at the time of his death. While it is unknown how much Ed Asner actually made on each of his individual projects, the popularity of the projects in which he participated, like "Up" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" suggests that his roles were not only noteworthy but lucrative.