Sid Haig Net Worth

Sid Haig Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

Sid Haig Biography

Sidney Eddy Mosesian was born on the 14th July 1939, in Fresno, California USA of part Armenian descent, and is an actor, perhaps best known for appearing in the role of Captain Spaulding in the films “House Of 1000 Corpses” (2003), and “The Devil’s Rejects” (2005), both directed by Rob Zombie. He is also recognized for being a musician. He has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1960.

Have you ever wondered how rich Sid Haig is? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Sid’s net worth is over $1.5 million, as of late 2016. The main sum of this amount of money has been accumulated not only through his careers as an actor and as a musician.

Sid Haig Net Worth $1.5 Million

Sid Haig was brought up in an Armenian community by his parents – Sid later adopted his father’s Christian name. As a child he was very interested in dancing, and by the age of seven he was already a paid dancer in a Christmas show for children, after which he became a member of a vaudeville revival show. Later, he began playing the drums, and in his teens, Sid signed a one-year contract, releasing a single entitled “Full House” via the T-Birds in 1958, which reached No. 4 on the charts. However, while in high school, Sid was spotted by the head of the drama department Alice Merrill, who encouraged him to pursue a career as an actor. He enrolled at the Pasadena Playhouse, and was tutored by such successful actors as Gene Hackman, Robert Preston, Dustin Hoffman; after the course was over he moved to Hollywood.

Sid made his debut appearance in the short film “The Host” (1960), directed by Jack Hill; during the 1960s he built his name, appearing mostly in roles as a villain in such productions as “The Fireband” (1962), “Mission: Impossible” (1966-1970), and “Get Smart” (1967-1970) among others. He started the 1970s with a role in George Lucas` “THX” (1971), starring Robert Duvall, and in 1972 he teamed up with Jack Hill again, and starred in his “The Big Bird Cage” alongside Pam Grier and Anitra Ford. Again in 1973 he featured in Hill`s film “Coffy”, and once more with Pam Grier. In 1975 he appeared in Joseph Penvey`s “Who Is the Black Dahlia”, starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Brooke Adams and Donna Mills, while in 1976 he got the role of Texas in the TV series “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” (1976-1977), and then from 1978 until 1979 he played Dragos in the TV series “Jason of Star Command”; all these increased his net worth by a large margin.

Throughout the 1980s he featured in B production films, such as “Underground Aces” (1981) with Melanie Griffith and Dirk Benedict, “The Aftermath” (1982), “Forty Days of Musa Dagh” (1982), “Commando Squad” (1987), and “Goddess of White” (1988). He continued into the early 1990s, with roles in “The Forbidden Dance” (1990), “Genuine Risk” (1990), and “Boris and Natasha” (1992), before he decided to retire from acting, as he became bored with the one dimensional characters.

However, he returned to acting in 1997, with the role of the Judge in Quentin Tarantino`s “Jackie Brown”, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Forster, and in 2003 starred as Jack Spaulding in Rob Zombie`s debut film “House of the 1000 Corpses”, with Karen Black and Bill Moseley, repeating the role in the sequel “Devil`s Rejects” in 2005. In 2004, he appeared as Jay in Tarantino`s Oscar-nominated action drama “Kill Bill: Vol. 2”, with Uma Thurman, David Carradine and Michael Madsen. His net worth was rising steadily.

Since then, Sid`s name has become known in the Hollywood area, and he has featured in some of the most successful horror films made from 2005 until present, including “Halloween” (2007), “The Haunted Casino” (2007), “The Lords of Salem” (2012) once again teaming with Rob Zombie, “Hatchet III” (2013), and “Bone Tomahawk” (2015) with Kurt Russell and Patrick Wilson as leads, all of which increased Sid`s net worth to a large degree.

Sid also has several project which are in the process of filming, including “Suicide for Beginners”, ‘Death House”, “Tabbott`s Traveling Carnivale of Terrors”, and the TV series “86 Zombies”.

Sid has received several awards during his career, including a Lifetime Achievement Award by Eyegore Award, and two Chainsaw Awards for films “House of 1000 Corpses” and “The Devils Rejects”, among others. Also, Sid has been inducted into the Horror Hall of Fame.

If to talk about his personal life, Sid Haig has been married to Susan L. Oberg since 2007. He is also known as a certified hypnotherapist, and in his spare time, he enjoys working with his clients.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameSid Haig
Net Worth$1.5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 14, 1939
Place Of BirthFresno, California, U.S.
Height6' 4" (1.93 m)
SpouseSusan L. Oberg
ParentsHaig Mosesian
MoviesThe Devil's Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses, Halloween, Spider Baby, Coffy, Bone Tomahawk, Foxy Brown, Jackie Brown, Galaxy of Terror, The Big Doll House, THX 1138, The Big Bird Cage, Black Mama White Mama, Brotherhood of Blood, Kill Bill: Volume 2, Little Big Top, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, The Forbidden Dance, Night of the Living Dead 3D, Dark Moon Rising, Chu Chu and the Philly Flash, Beyond Atlantis, Mimesis, Devil in My Ride, Busting, Blood Bath, C.C. and Company, A Dead Calling, Wizards of the Lost Kingdom 2, Dead Man's Hand, Point Blank, The Woman Hunt, Savage Sisters, Creature, The Don Is Dead, The Aftermath, House of the Dead 2, The No Mercy Man, Forty Days of Musa Dagh, Loose Shoes, Pit Stop, Death House, Warlords, Go Straight to Hell, Horror Business, First Platoon, Razor
TV ShowsJason of Star Command

Interesting Facts

1He is left-handed.
2Was considered for the role of Judge Doom in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
3Was considered for the role of Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction.
4Longtime friends with Stuart Margolin.
5Received both the Universal Eyegore Award for lifetime achievement and the prestigious Premi Maria Honorifica at the Sitges International Film Festival (2010).
6Managed a community theater in Simi Valley, California, called Stage and Video Education Theatre (S.A.V.E.), which operated from 1989 until 2004.
7Formed his own corporation, The Haig Group, with his wife Susan L. Oberg, of which he is Founder and President (2006).
8Has appeared in episodes of two science fiction series with Julie Newmar: Jason of Star Command (1978) and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979).
9Not exactly fond of the dialogue he was given in Galaxy of Terror (1981), Haig opted to play the character mute for most of the movie. When producer Roger Corman asked him why he was trying to play the role without dialogue, Haig's response was, "Have you read it?".
10As of 2006, Haig donates 10% of his profits from conventions and appearances to charity. He also continues to enjoy a flourishing revival of his career.
11He and Pam Grier appeared in many "blaxploitation" films in the 1970s, Haig usually playing a thug. So when Grier walked onto the courtroom set of Jackie Brown (1997), and saw that Quentin Tarantino had cast him as the judge, she burst out laughing.
12Drummer for the late 1950s band The T-Birds, who released the single "Full House".
13Certified hypnotherapist.
14Attended the Pasadena Playhouse (1959-61).


1Deep baritone voice
2Towering height
3Shaved head


1[on why he retired on account of getting typecast] I just didn't want to play stupid heavies anymore. They just kept giving me the same parts but just putting different clothes on me. It was stupid and I resented it, and I wouldn't have anything to do with it.
2We shot the film [Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told (1967)] in eleven or twelve days, something crazy like that. And for the first two days, I was almost hiding from him. Not that I was afraid of him but I just didn't know what you say to someone like Lon Chaney Jr.. And at one point, Jack said, "We're ready, where's Chaney? Sid, go get him, okay?" So I went over and I knocked on his trailer door and I said, "Mr. Chaney, they're ready for you." And he said, "No, stop that. I'm not Mr. Chaney, okay? I'm Lon, you're Sid, we're working together. Let's just keep it at that, okay?" And so it kind of put me at ease and made talking to him and hanging around him a little easier to do.
3When I went to school - Pasadena Playhouse - we were taught that the obligation of the actor is twofold: to entertain and to educate. We don't educate. So I've taken that onto myself. Now am I a good educator? I don't know. If someone latches onto a concept of mine, then I've taught well; otherwise, I'll have to rethink my stand on things. But in a country where individualism is supreme and synonymous with being an American, it's all vanished - it's all gone now. You go to college, and you know what you learn in college? How to work for somebody else. I teach an acting class for teenagers in the summer - I have for the past fourteen years. I don't encourage them to go to college: you want to be an actor? Be an actor. If you have to starve to do it, starve to do it. But if you're not passionate about what you want to do, you won't be good at it.
4Well, for one reason or another I felt it was necessary to keep making money in the business. I've done over 350 episodics, in either feature or starring roles, and 34 films. I felt at the time I had to do that, because I had a family. I had the choice of falling back on selling cars or whatever -- nothing against car salesmen -- or purposefully taking on the lion. Walking right into the den and saying "Here I am, and you're going to have to deal with me." And that's what I did. Was I a successful father? Maybe not. Was I a successful husband? Probably not. Was I a successful actor? Probably not.


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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012Horror Icon of the YearLouisville Fright Night Film Fest
2010Eyegore AwardEyegore Awards
  • For lifetime achievement.
  • For lifetime achievement.
  • 2010"Maria" Honorary AwardSitges - Catalonian International Film Festival
    2006Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest ActorThe Devil's Rejects (2005)
    2006Scream AwardScream AwardsMost Vile VillainThe Devil's Rejects (2005)Leslie Easterbrook

    Bill Moseley

    Sheri Moon Zombie
    2004Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest Supporting ActorHouse of 1000 Corpses (2003)

    Nominated Awards

    Nominated awards

    YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
    2006Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest VillainThe Devil's Rejects (2005)



    Tabbott's Traveling Carnivale of Terrors2018pre-productionSheriff Logan
    86 Zombies2017TV Series announcedWalter Lutz
    Cynthia2017post-productionDetective Edwards
    Death House2017completedIcicle Killer
    Razor2016completedBartender Sam
    Suicide for Beginners2015post-productionBarry
    High on the HogcompletedBig Daddy
    Don't Do It!2016ShortRobert
    Groovey.TV's Celebration of Badassery Interview Series2015TV Series
    Bone Tomahawk2015Buddy
    Twiztid: Sick Man2014Video shortThe Overseer
    Zombex2013The Commander
    The Penny Dreadful Picture Show2013Shopkeeper
    Devil in My Ride2013Iggy
    Holliston2013TV SeriesSid Haig
    Hatchet III2013Abbott McMullen
    The Sacred2012The Stranger
    The Lords of Salem2012Dean Magnus
    The Inflicted2012Dr. Gardner
    Mimesis2011Alfonso Betz
    Chadam2010TV SeriesSimkin
    Dark Moon Rising2009Crazy Louis
    The Haunted World of El Superbeasto2009VideoCaptain Spaulding (voice)
    Thirsty2009ShortRadio Evangelist (voice)
    Brotherhood of Blood2007Pashek
    Halloween2007Chester Chesterfield
    The Haunted Casino2007Roy 'The Word' Donahue
    A Dead Calling2006VideoGeorge
    Little Big Top2006Seymour
    Night of the Living Dead 3D2006Gerald Tovar, Jr.
    House of the Dead 22005TV MovieProfessor Curien
    The Devil's Rejects2005Captain Spaulding
    Kill Bill: Vol. 22004Jay
    House of 1000 Corpses2003Captain Spaulding
    Jackie Brown1997Judge
    Boris and Natasha1992TV MovieColonel Gorda
    Genuine Risk1990Curly
    The Forbidden Dance1990Joa
    Just the Ten of Us1989-1990TV SeriesBob
    Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II1989Donar
    Warlords1988The Warlord
    Goddess of Love1988TV MovieHephaestus
    Werewolf1988TV SeriesBud Topolski
    Sledge Hammer!1987TV SeriesGeneral Skull Fracture
    Ohara1987TV SeriesTurk
    Commando Squad1987Iggy
    MacGyver1985-1986TV SeriesKhalil / Khan
    Amazing Stories1985TV SeriesThug
    Misfits of Science1985TV SeriesSwarthy Man
    Hill Street Blues1985TV SeriesHeath
    Wildside1985TV SeriesBurnett
    The Fall Guy1981-1985TV SeriesYusef / Arnie / Mr. Fick / ...
    Scarecrow and Mrs. King1985TV Series
    Automan1983TV Series1st Gang Member
    The A-Team1983TV SeriesSonny Jenko
    Fantasy Island1978-1983TV SeriesOtto / Harlen / Hakeem
    Forty Days of Musa Dagh1982General Hekemet
    Bring 'Em Back Alive1982TV SeriesTagan
    T.J. Hooker1982TV SeriesGang Leader
    Bret Maverick1982TV SeriesThe Mighty Sampson
    The Dukes of Hazzard1982TV SeriesSlocum
    The Aftermath1982Cutter
    Galaxy of Terror1981Quuhod
    Chu Chu and the Philly Flash1981Vince
    Buck Rogers in the 25th Century1980-1981TV SeriesPratt / Spirot
    Quincy M.E.1981TV SeriesHatch
    Underground Aces1981Faoud
    Hart to Hart1980TV SeriesGunther Maddox
    Jason of Star Command1978-1979TV SeriesDragos
    Death Car on the Freeway1979TV MovieMaurie
    Tarzan and the Super 71978TV SeriesDragos
    Coming Attractions1978Lone Stranger
    Evening in Byzantium1978TV MovieAsted
    Switch1976-1978TV SeriesFarmer / Mahmud
    Charlie's Angels1978TV SeriesReza
    Police Woman1978TV Series
    McNamara's Band1977/ITV MovieZoltan
    Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman1976-1977TV SeriesTexas
    Police Story1974-1977TV SeriesReid / Dell
    Spencer's Pilots1976TV SeriesRon Sears
    Electra Woman and Dyna Girl1976TV SeriesThe Genie
    Monster Squad1976TV SeriesChief Running Nose
    Delvecchio1976TV SeriesGeorge Borshak / Drug Addict
    Wonderbug1976TV Series
    Swashbuckler1976Bald Pirate
    The Return of the World's Greatest Detective1976TV MovieVince Cooley
    Run, Joe, Run1975TV SeriesTolbert
    Who Is the Black Dahlia?1975TV MovieTattoo Artist
    Emergency!1975TV SeriesSpike
    The Rockford Files1974TV SeriesB.J.
    Get Christie Love!1974TV Series
    The Six Million Dollar Man1974TV Series3rd Passenger
    Savage Sisters1974Malavasi
    Foxy Brown1974Hays
    Busting1974Rizzo's Bouncer
    Shaft1974TV SeriesHigget's Bodyguard
    The Don Is Dead1973The Arab
    Beyond Atlantis1973East Eddie
    Emperor of the North1973Grease Tail
    Wonder Women1973Gregorious
    Black Mama White Mama1973Ruben
    The No Mercy Man1973Pill Box
    McMillan & Wife1972TV SeriesTraylor
    The Big Bird Cage1972Django
    Beware! The Blob1972Zed (uncredited)
    O'Hara, U.S. Treasury1972TV SeriesWard
    The Woman Hunt1972Silas
    Diamonds Are Forever1971Slumber Inc. Attendant
    The Partners1971TV SeriesCharlie
    Alias Smith and Jones1971TV SeriesGriffin / Merkle / Outlaw
    The Big Doll House1971Harry
    The Bob Hope Show1968-1971TV Series
    THX 11381971NCH
    Mannix1970TV SeriesHarry Kellaway
    Mission: Impossible1966-1970TV SeriesMusha / Agent #1 / Goujon / ...
    C.C. & Company1970Crow
    Here Come the Brides1970TV SeriesPeter Savage
    Get Smart1967-1970TV SeriesGuard / Bruce / Turk
    Gunsmoke1966-1969TV SeriesEli Crawford / Buffalo Hunter / Cawkins / ...
    Pit Stop1969Hawk Sidney
    Here's Lucy1969TV SeriesKurt
    The Flying Nun1968TV SeriesSeñor Quesada
    The Hell with Heroes1968Crespin
    Death Valley Days1968TV SeriesThief / Farber
    Daniel Boone1968TV SeriesTyphoon
    The Helicopter Spies1968Alex
    Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told1967Ralph Merrye
    The Danny Thomas Hour1967TV SeriesHood
    Iron Horse1966-1967TV SeriesRias / Vega
    The Man from U.N.C.L.E.1967TV SeriesAlex / Vito
    Point Blank19671st Penthouse Lobby Guard
    It's a Bikini World1967Daddy
    Star Trek1967TV SeriesFirst Lawgiver
    Laredo1966TV SeriesBrunning
    Batman1966TV SeriesRoyal Apothecary
    Blood Bath1966Abdul the Arab
    Beach Ball1965Drummer for Righteous Brothers (uncredited)
    The Lucy Show1965TV SeriesThe Mummy
    The Firebrand1962Diego
    The Untouchables1962TV SeriesAugie the Hood
    The Host1960ShortThe Fugitive

    Assistant Director

    Warlords1988second unit director
    The Big Bird Cage1972second unit director


    High on the Hogproducer completed
    Dark Moon Rising2009co-producer

    Art Department

    Beach Ball1965set dresser

    Camera Department

    Beach Ball1965still photographer

    Sound Department

    Beach Ball1965boom operator


    Dark Moon Rising2009performer: "Trouble Is Back in Town"


    Pure in Heart: The Life and Legacy of Lon Chaney Jr.2010Video documentary short provider: film footage and photos


    Django Unchained2012special thanks
    Pure in Heart: The Life and Legacy of Lon Chaney Jr.2010Video documentary short special thanks
    The Green Monster2009thanks


    Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business2017Documentary post-productionHimself
    To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story2016Documentary post-productionHimself
    Horrified2017TV SeriesHimself
    Halloween Wars2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest Judge
    Bathing in Blood with Sid Haig2016Video shortHimself
    Sid Haig's Filipino Adventures2016Documentary short
    Vinyl Rewind2016TV Series shortHimself - Guest
    Smoke and Mirrors: The Story of Tom Savini2015DocumentaryHimself
    Nerd Nation TV2015TV SeriesHimself
    Movies and Stuff2015TV SeriesHimself
    Adam Green's Scary Sleepover2015TV Series documentaryHimself
    Quickies2015TV SeriesHimself
    I Am Santa Claus2014DocumentaryHimself
    Moviecops2014TV SeriesHimself
    That Hashtag Show2014TV SeriesHimself
    MoreHorror in Hollywood2014TV SeriesHimself
    I Heart Monster Movies2012DocumentaryHimself
    Inside Horror2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
    Machete Maidens Unleashed!2010DocumentaryHimself
    Tales from the Lumber Yard: The Making of Galaxy of Terror2010Video documentaryHimself
    Pure in Heart: The Life and Legacy of Lon Chaney Jr.2010Video documentary shortHimself - Actor
    Under the Little Big Top: Behind the Scenes Documentary2008Video documentary shortHimself
    The Hatching of Spider Baby2007Video documentary shortHimself
    The Horrorhound2007Video documentaryHimself
    NRJ 12: Scream Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
    Scream Awards 20072007TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
    Vampira: The Movie2006Video documentaryHimself
    Fear Files2006TV Series documentaryHimself
    Scream Awards 20062006TV SpecialHimself
    30 Even Scarier Movie Moments2006TV Mini-SeriesHimself
    Texas Frightmare Weekend 20062006Video documentaryHimself
    Reinventing the House: Making a Bloody Sequel2006Video documentary shortHimself
    30 Days in Hell: The Making of 'The Devil's Rejects'2005Video documentaryHimself - 'Captain Spaulding'
    Horror Business2005Video documentaryHimself
    Cinema Insomnia with Mr. Lobo2001TV SeriesHimself (2005)
    E! Mysteries & Scandals2000TV Series documentaryHimself

    Archive Footage

    Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks2014TV Series documentaryRalph Merrye
    Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2009-2012TV Series documentaryQuuhod / Captain Spaulding
    Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film2006DocumentaryHimself
    Inside 'Diamonds Are Forever'2000Video documentary shortRodney's Chum
    Horrible Horror1986VideoRalph Merrye, In clips from 'Spider Baby'
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