Judging Amy was one of the most popular dramas on TV from 1999-2005 when it ran for six seasons. Following the life of Amy Gray who serves as a judge, fans got pulled into the stories of not only the family-related cases she served on, but also her own life as a divorced mother, as well as her social worker mother’s. The intriguing storylines and witty script was pulled off by an amazing cast full of a ton of talent. More than a decade after the show has come to an end, check out how the cast has fared since with this list of how much they are all worth now!
10. Kevin Rahm
Estimated Net Worth: $ 800 Thousand. Kevin Rahm got his start in acting back in the mid ’90s and had many small roles on TV movies before making his way into one episode stints of better known series such as Pacific Blue, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Beverly Hills, 90210. In 1999 he moved up in his career with a starring role on the short-lived series, Jesse, starring Christina Applegate. A year later he landed the role of Kyle McCarty in Judging Amy, which is still one of his best known roles. After his stint, he appeared in many more series in single episodes and then landed bigger roles including as Lee McDermott in Desperate Housewives and Ted Chaough on Mad Men. He has most recently been seen in Bates Motel and Madam Secretary and is filming for the new Lethal Weapon TV series. Through it all, Rahm has made an estimated net worth of $ 800 thousand.
9. Dan Futterman
Estimated Net Worth: $ 1 Million. Dan Futterman began acting in the early ’90s and got his big break with a role in the 1996 film The Birdcage. He went on to have both film and TV roles, gaining more recognition with a role in the film Enough and then as Vincent Gray in Judging Amy. Futterman went on to appear in Will & Grace, Related, A Mighty Heart and Kill the Messenger, just to name a few. As well as acting, he also became a producer for films such as 2005’s Capote, and 2010’s In Treatment. Overall, Futterman now has estimated net worth of $ 1 million.
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