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Clint Howard Net Worth



Clint Howard Net Worth

Net worth: $4 million 
Age: 63 years
Legal Name: Clinton Engle Howard
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Straight 
Country of Origin  United States of America 
Birth state: California 
City: Burbank 
Residence: Los Angeles 
Ancestry: German
Source of wealth: Film and Television 
Spouse: Melanie Howard (1995 – 2017 divorced); Kat C. Howard ​(2020 – present)
Children: Stephanie Howard (Stepdaughter)
Parents: Rance Howard (Father), Jean Speegle Howard (Mother)
Siblings: Ron Howard (Elder Brother)
Height: I.69 m (5ft 6 in)
Weight: 77kg (117lbs)
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Brown

What Is Clint Howard’s Net Worth

Being raised in a family of actors, you’d expect Clinton Engle Howard to be a millionaire. But Clint Howard only has an estimated net worth of $4 million.

Clint Howard is an American actor who was born into the acting world. Both his parents, Rance and Jean Howard were actors.

He’s the brother of Ron Howard who is also an actor, director, and filmmaker.

Clint Howard’s net is surprising considering how long he’s been in the industry. His brother, Ron Howard, with whom they’ve been in the industry together has a net worth of $200 million. 


For a veteran artiste who has more than 200 credits in movies and had been in the show industry for over 60 years, Clint is expected to be a billionaire.

Clint gets most of his earnings from movie sales, where he has recorded large sales over the years. 

But before he became successful as an actor despite starting from an early age, Howard had been a normal person with money.

Comparing his net worth and that of his brother is not a fair game. Over the years Ron evolved from being a show actor to a filmmaker and a director. While Clint continued on the path of an ordinary actor.

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So, it is evident that his brother Ron Howard will have more earnings than him.

When the brothers lost their father in 2017, they wrote a book called “The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family” to commemorate his impact on their lives as young actors and now Veterans.

Clint Howard made most of his earnings from the sale of this book, and the book deal increased his net worth by a wide margin.

However, Clint made a bit of a fortune from several appearances in some movies.

Years Movies/Roles Earnings
2007 The Jungle Book; Voice of Hathi Jr  $303,300,000
2008 Nixon movie as Lloyd Davis; EMS worker in Twilight movie; A Plumm Summer as Binky The Clown $421,110,000
  1. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian as Air and Space Mission Control Tech.
  2. Dick in the Play the Game movie.
  3. Voice of Farmer Dan in Follow that Monkey movie.
  1. The Dilemma movie by Herbert Trimpy.
  2. Alabama Moon as Constable Sanders.

Personal Life

Clint Howard has married to 3 women in his life. In 1988, he tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend but had to divorce a few years down the line.

In 1997, Howard married Melanie Sorich. The marriage lasted for 22 years until 2017 when he filed for divorce for an undisclosed reason.

According to the divorce details, the couple had no children between them. But they do share some properties. They have a 2005 Chrysler, a house in his birthplace, Burbank, and a 2006 Honda Accord.

3 years after the divorce, Clint married an American editor, Kat C. Howard.

The couple had a private marriage ceremony in Las Vegas on 1st July 2020. Howard became a stepfather to Kat’s daughter, Stephanie.

In contrast with his brother, Ron’s political affiliation (Democrat), Clint Howard is a Republican. 

He once nominated Senator Ted Cruz of Texas in 2016 as a nominee for the Republican Presidential Nomination.

Clint was known to be a keen golfer. He’d play 150 rounds in a year. Unfortunately, he was forced to quit his favourite game when he underwent a hip replacement.


Clint Howard was born into a family of actors. It’s easy to understand that he became an actor at a young age.

He kick-started his career when he was two, appearing in five episodes of “The Andy Griffin Show,” starring his brother Ron. 

In this show, he played the role of Leon, a toddler who dressed as a cowboy wandering around Mayberry and offering random people a bite of his sandwich and they would respond by saying, “No thanks, Leon.”

Some other early roles he starred in include “The Streets of San Francisco” in an episode “The House on Hyde Street”, and “The Virginian”.

He played several roles in the early stages of his career such as “The ABC medical drama Breaking Point” in 1963, and the season one episode of “The Fugitive” as little Billy Taft in 1964.

However, his first prominent role was when he appeared regularly on the 1967-69 series “Gentle Ben”.

He also starred as a ten-year-old Herbie who could predict the near future in “The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes”, which was an episode in Rod Serling’s Night Gallery.

He also starred alongside Henry Fonda and Maureen O’Hara in “The Red Pony”. 

He is famously known to have appeared in several episodes of “Star Trek: The Original Series”.

He appeared as Balok in The Corbomite Maneuver in the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series.

Clint played Johnny Bark in “Arrested Development” in “Key Decisions” a season one episode produced by Ron, his older brother.

He also played the role of a creepy janitor in “Married with Children,’ a murderer and thief in the season four episode of Seinfeld as Tobias Lehigh Nagy.

Clint Howard began his film career in 1963 and most of his notable films were directed by his brother, Ron.

His film debut was The Courtship of Eddie’s Father where he played a child guest at a birthday party.

In Disney’s Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree in 1966, he voiced Roo and in The Jungle Book, he voiced Hathi Jr in 1967. 

In total, Howard appeared in seventeen films directed by Ron Howard, his brother. This includes Ron’s first shot at film direction – Old Paint, a short movie, and Ron’s first full-length film Grand Theft Auto.

Other films he starred in that were directed by his brother include “How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Far and Away, Apollo 13, Gung Ho, and Cocoon”.

Other films outside his brother include Austin Power, The Missing, The Dilemma, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Halloween, and Little Nicky.

His Music Career

Howard formed The Kempsters in 1981. The Kempsters was a rock and roll group that comprised mostly of his friends and neighbors on Kemp Street.

The new wave band played at Madame Wong’s West for 2 years before it disbanded. The band never released an album when they were together.

In 2017, Clint completed and distributed a CD album “No Brains At All” featuring four tracks recorded by the band in different studios.

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Early Life

Clint Howard was born on April 20, 1959, in Burbank, California. He was raised in a family of actors as his parents were both actors. His elder brother Ron Howard is also an actor and a filmmaker.


Clint Howard attended Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary school, Burbank before proceeding to John Burroughs High School, Burbank.

Clint was determined to be an actor just like his elder brother. So he never proceeded to university but to the movie industry.


Despite the fact he was born into a family of actors, Clint had made countless appearances but with few significant roles in most of the movies he starred in.

In most of his appearances, he starred as a guest. Some of these movies include;

  • The Andy Griffith Show
  • The House on Hyde Street episode of The Streets of San Francisco series.
  • Star Trek: Discovery as Creepy Orion.
  • Star Trek: Enterprise as Muk.
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Grady.
  • As Tommy in The Virginia movie.
  • As Billy Taft in the pilot episode of The Fugitive 1964.
  • ABC drama Breaking Point.


Since his debut, Clint Howard has received several awards for his performances in different roles.

  1. Winner of the MTV Movie Award in 1998
  2. Nominated as Best Supporting Actor of Leonardo’s Horse in 2014.
  3. Winner of the Best Ensemble Cast of Leonardo’s Horse in 2014.
  4. Nominated as Best Actor in the Horror hound Film Festival Award in 2015.
  5. 2017 winner of the Shocker Award of the Year.

How Does He Spend His Money?

Clint Howard isn’t much of a family man nor someone who idolizes luxury. He only owns a house in Burbank and 2 comfortable vehicles.

However, Clint is an avid social media user but he loves to keep his family and himself out of the spotlight. He spends most of his earnings on his health and well-being and his family.

House and Cars

Clint Howard resides with his wife Kat in Los Angeles, California.

But he has a 1, 864 sq ft luxurious property in his hometown, Burbank which he bought in 1995 for about $270,000.

The house has a comfortable living space with 3 bedrooms and a bathroom each.

As for automobiles, Clint isn’t a fan of rides or motorbikes. That might be due to his age or taste in fashion. But he has a 2005 Chrysler 300 and a 2006 Honda Accord.

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Clint Howard Quotes

Clint Howard Net Worth [Updated 2023]


Clint Howard, 63 years old, is an American actor born into a family of actors. He’s the brother of Ron Howard who is also an actor and a director.

Clint started acting when he was 2 years of age and has more than 200 credits to date.

Throughout his career, Clint appeared most times as a guest actor and has won several awards and earned some nominations.

Some of the movies he starred in include; The Star Trek: The Original Series, Virginia, The Fugitive, and others.

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