Is “The Internship” a new comedy movie or a new Google product? Maybe it’s a comedy vehicle for the cyber site, perhaps? The big budget Hollywood feature film revolves around two middle aged dudes – played by Vince Vaughn (Old School) and Owen Wilson (Wedding Crashers) – who end up working for Google after losing their jobs in 2005. John Goodman (The Artist) is along for the wacky ride. Will this become an official Google movie for the Internet search giant? If so, will Bing or Yahoo follow-up with their own movies? What is the net worth of these fine, comedic actors?
He’s a performer who’s definitely paid his acting dues. After heading out to Hollywood after doing TV commercials, he landed a role on TV’s “China Beach”, and then snagged a few CBS Schoolbreak Specials. He had a small role in, “Rudy”, the feel good football drama film starring Sean Astin (Lord Of The Rings), but it wasn’t until starring in the popular “Swingers” with buddy Jon Favreau – director of “Iron Man” that he broke out and got noticed. Vaughn revealed himself to lean more conservative and a supporter of Ron Paul. In such a liberal landscape as Hollywood, that’s a pretty courageous thing to do. Vince Vaughn has an estimated net worth of $50 million dollars.
He’s the slender, bulbous nosed actor who is at home as a leading man and in wacky comedies like “Shanghai Noon” or “Zoolander”. It’s probably why Woody Allen cast him as the lead in “Midnight In Paris”, as the drama and comedy are seamlessly blended and given real depth by the talented Wilson. He’s had some real life drama. After a break-up with actress Kate Hudson (Almost Famous), it got so serious, it was said to be nearly life threatening for the actor, but he’s bounced back. Owen Wilson has an estimated net worth of $40 million dollars.
He was the blue collar, loud partner of the even louder Roseanne Barr, on the classic TV sitcom, “Roseanne”, playing Dan Conner and we all took notice of his larger than life talent and personality. The small screen couldn’t contain this funny man’s mirth and girth for long, or his big drama instincts, and many big movies followed soon after. From the silliness of “King Ralph” to the current, “Hangover III”, Goodman can master any character in any situation. John Goodman has an estimated net worth of $65 million dollars.