Rick Ducommun Net Worth

March 16, 2024
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Richard Ducommun was born on the 3rd July 1952, in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canada, and was a comedian and actor, best known for appearing in the films “Die Hard” (1988), “The Last Boy Scout” (1991) and “Scary Movie” (2000). Rick Ducommun also added sums to his net worth as a writer. He was active in the entertainment industry from 1983 until his passing in June 2015.

How much was the net worth of Rick Ducommun? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth was as much as $400,000, converted to the present day. Acting was the major source of Ducommun’s net worth.


Rick Ducommun Net Worth $400,000


Details of his early life and schooling are unknown, but concerning his professional career, Ducommun debuted as an actor in the music and sketch comedy show “Rock’ N’ America” (1983 – 1984), the main star as well as the script writer of the series. In 1984, he created a minor role in Jerry Schatzberg’s film “No Small Affair”, and was then cast as a main in the comedy film “A Fine Mess” by Blake Edwards. The actor portrayed the Prison Guard in the science fiction parody film “Spaceballs” (1986) written, produced and directed by Mel Brooks, but Ducommun then appeared in the blockbuster “Die Hard” (1988) starring Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman. His net worth was rising steadily.

Rick was constantly in demand, and the following year was in the main cast of several films, including “The Experts” by Dave Thomas, “The ‘Burbs” by Joe Dante and “Little Monsters” by Richard Alan Greenberg. Afterwards, the actor created minor roles in the films “The Hunt for Red October” (1990), “Gremlins 2: The New Batch” (1990) and “The Last Boy Scout” (1991), then the character of Mr. Brush in the comedy film directed by Les Mayfield “Encino Man” (1992). The same year, the role of Parole Officer Reichert in Randall Miller’s film “Class Act” was created, yet critics’ reviews were mostly negative. In 1993, the actor was cast as the main in the films “Groundhog Day” and “Ghost in the Machine”. Furthermore, Ducommun portrayed Henry in the comedy film “Blank Check” (1994) by Rupert Wainwright.

In the new millennium, the actor appeared as Neil Campbell in the horror comedy film “Scary Movie” (2000) by Keenen Ivory Wayans, which grossed $278 million in the box office, yet the reviews from critics were still mixed. Then he appeared in the feature film “MVP: Most Valuable Primate” (2000) by Robert Vince, plus in minor roles in the films “Harvard Man” (2001) by James Toback, “Pauly Shore Is Dead” (2003) by Pauly Shore as well as “Back by Midnight” (2004) by Harry Basil. Overall, all the above mentioned engagements added sums to the overall size of Rick Ducommun net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, Rick Ducommun was married to Leslie Ann McNulty. The actor suffered from diabetes for several years, and died from complications of the aforementioned disease at the age of 62, on the 12th June 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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