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How rich is Michael Fishman from ‘Roseanne’

Name: Michael Aaron Fishman

Born: October 22, 1981

Occupation: Actor

Michael Fishman, fair use
Michael Fishman, fair use

Michael Fishman was born in Long Beach, California on October 22, 1981. He is the son of Daryl and Denatu Fishman and has two siblings, Matthew and Robyn.

Michael studied at Los Alamitos High School. He also enrolled in Orange County High School of the Arts, where he continued acting in the musical theater and technical theater departments.

He has been married to Jennifer Briner, a daycare teacher, since 1999. The couple has two children.

Michael’s acting career started in 1988 when he was given the part of D.J. Conner in the smash hit television sitcom “Roseanne.” He appeared in every season of the show until it came to an end in 1997. He reprised his role as D.J. in the revival of the series.

Unlike his fellow cast members, Michael did not do much in the realm of acting following the series finale. He made appearances in shows like “Hitz,” “Seinfeld,” and “Walker, Texas Ranger.” He also earned roles in films such as “A.I. Artificial Intelligence,” “Undrafted,” and “The Chaldean.”

In addition to “Roseanne,” Michael is working on the film “Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets.”

He currently works as an editor and competed for independent baseball leagues. But he also does a lot of philanthropic work as well. He coaches baseball and softball for inner city youths, serves as an International Ambassador for UNICEF giving a United Nations presentation, volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, and visits sick kids at UCLA Children’s Hospital as an Rx Laughter foundation ambassador.

Outside of acting and charities, he is an avid scuba diver.

We estimate Michael Fishman’s net worth is $8 million (2018).

So how much is $8 million really?

Since he constructed and designed sets on TV shows, $8 million can gather the materials needed to build sets for major productions. $8 million can also found groups to help poor students play baseball to become the next Bryce Harper or Shohei Ohtani.


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