Judd Nelson Net Worth 2017: Judd Asher Nelson is an American actor, screenwriter, and producer, born on November 28, 1959. He is popularly known for his roles as John Bender in The Breakfast Club, Hot Rod and Rodimus Prime in The Transformers: The Movie and Transformers: Animated, Alec Newbary in St. Elmo’s Fire, Joe Hunt in Billionaire Boys Club, Billy Beretta in Empire, Jack Richmond in Suddenly Susan and Nick Peretti in New Jack City.
Judd Nelson Net Worth 2017
As per the sources, he has an estimated net worth of about $8 million. Nelson has accumulated his wealth through his acting in films and Television, also as a voice actor in animated film. In 1984, he made his screen debut in the comedy Making the Grade. In the following year, he played as John Bender in The Breakfast Club, which is a hit comedy-drama which put him in the spotlight. Later, he performed in drama St. Elmo’s Fire (1985) and gave voice to the character Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime in animated feature film. The Transformers: The Movie (1986), after which followed a series of box office disappointments. In the year 1996, he made his debut in television, having signed on to his first sitcom series, Suddenly Susan.
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Since he has been cast to star both on the small and big screen in a career that has been peppered with under-promoted films and poorly-written TV appearances. Most recently in an ironic twist of fate, Nelson turned from a bad boy to The Breakfast Club to portraying Headmaster Nash in the live action feature film Bad Kids Go to Hell (2012), based on the top-selling novel of the same name.
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He acted as several key TV roles in the 1980s which include Moonlighting (1986) – episode Camille. Where he worked as a police officer opposite Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis. He was also served as co-writer and actor in the short 2012 movie The Spin Room: Super Tuesday. Nelson appeared at the 2010 Academy Awards to pay tribute to the Late John Hughes along with the other cast of Hughes films.