Lee Marks Net Worth

Lee Marks is an American actor born in Boston, Massachusetts on November 28, 1949. He is best known for his roles in the television shows I Love New York (2007), I Love Money (2008) and New York Goes to Work (2009). He has been acting since 1982 and continues to appear in various projects.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day November 28, 1949
Birth Place  Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Died On April 26, 2014(2014-04-26) (aged 64)\nSanta Monica, California, United States
Birth Sign Pisces
Birth name Marshall Aaron Mayer
Cause of death Esophageal cancer
Ring name(s) Lee Marshall
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Debut 1968
Retired 2001

💰 Net worth: $800,000

Lee Marks, a celebrated actor in the United States, is said to have an estimated net worth of $800,000 by the year 2024. With a successful and diverse career spanning across movies, television, and theater, Lee Marks has become a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. Known for his versatility and captivating performances, he has garnered critical acclaim and a strong fan base. As his net worth continues to grow, it is a testament to his talent and hard work, solidifying his status as one of the leading actors in the country.

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Marshall was also one of the announcers at the 1996 World War 3 pay-per-view at the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia, covering the third ring with Larry Zbyzsko. During the early stages of the three-ring, 60-man Battle Royal, the Four Horsemen and the Dungeon of Doom battled outside the ring and in the ensuing fight, Marshall was knocked down and repeatedly kicked legitimately to the head and chest by the Faces of Fear (Meng and The Barbarian) while on the floor. After the fight moved back toward the locker room, Marshall managed to get himself up and, after some difficulty (and questioning why Zbyzsko didn't come to his aid), finished commentating the match from his designated announcing position.


In 1986, Marshall was the ring announcer for the Los Angeles portion of WrestleMania 2. He was also involved in the Great Western Forum-based Women of Wrestling promotion and served as its play-by-play announcer. He was partnered with company owner David McLane, who served as the color commentator on the syndicated TV show, and worked with Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, the color commentator on the WOW pay-per-view on February 4, 2001.


Marshall died in Santa Monica on April 26, 2014 of esophageal cancer.