Ryan O’Neal Net Worth

Do you want to know how much Stanley O’Neal is worth? We have the answer for you! First off, let’s get familiar with the person in question, shall we? He is an actor from American. He was born in unknown, on unknown in to the family of Charles O’Neal, Patricia Ruth Olga (née Callaghan) and Kevin O’Neal. His talents and gifts as an actor soon became apparent and a promising career path was laid out right before him. It is also worth noting that he attended University High School, Munich American High School and earned the Nicknames of Patrick Ryan O’Neal , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal, Jr. , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal young, Jr. , Ryan O’ Neal throughout his studies and working career. He stands at 6 ft (1.85 m) in terms of height. Starring in multiple hit movies or TV shows, Stanley O’Neal has earned global recognition as well as amassing a fortune. In his career Stanley O’Neal has earned a lot of money and now has a total Net worth valued at $18 Million.

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Raised in Los Angeles by his parents, actress Patricia Ruth Olga and screenwriter and novelist Charles O’Neal, Ryan attended University High School. He spent some time in Munich in his teenage days because of his father’s work, where he attended Munich American High School. Ryan briefly trained to become an amateur boxer, but before long Ryan found himself choosing a career in acting, as he landed the role of Rodney Harrington in the television soap opera “Peyton Place”, and soon became famous through this work.

Starting his acting career in 1960 and finding fame as a soap opera star, Ryan continued to involve himself in the field of entertainment as an actor. He was noted for his work on television series such as “The Case Of The Bountiful Beauty” and “Good Sports” among others. He also appeared in television movies including  “The Man Upstairs”, “1775” and “Bull” which not only made Ryan prominent on television but also helped him earn millions of dollars in the long run. More recently, he is active on television from a recurring role in the series “Bones”, and some notable guest appearances, still adding to his net worth.

Apart from television, Ryan has been active in Hollywood since the beginning of his acting career, being a part of hit movies such as “Love Story”, “Paper Moon”, “Tough Guys Don’t Dance”, “Zero Effect”, “Coming Soon” and many more. During his career he has performed in a total of 33 movies , including recent films “People I Know”, “Knight Of Cups” and “Unity” among others. Needless to say, all of these movies have been helpful to Ryan in amassing his present riches.

For his work as an actor, Ryan has been rewarded several times with prestigious awards and nominations. He won a David Di Donatello Awards and was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his leading role in the movie “Love Story”. He has also been nominated twice for Golden Globe awards, but conversely also twice for Golden Raspberry awards.

As for his personal life, Ryan was married to Joanna Moore(1963-67) with whom he has a son and daughter – actress Tatum. His second wife was actress Leigh Taylor-Young(1967-73), and they have a son, after which he lived with his partner Farrah Fawcett for a many years until she died from cancer in 2009; they also had a son. Ryan himself survived leukemia in the early years of the century, and more recently prostate cancer. As of now, Ryan apparently leads the life of a single man in Los Angeles, although over the years he is known to have had romances with actresses Ursula Andress, Jacqueline Bisset, Bianca Jagger, Anouk Aimee, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand and Anjelica Huston.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Stanley O’Neal
  • Net Worth: $18 Million
  • Date Of Birth: 20 April 1941
  • Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States
  • Height: 6 ft (1.85 m)
  • Profession: Actor, Former boxer
  • Education: University High School, Munich American High School
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Joanna Moore (m. 1963-1967), Leigh Taylor-Young (m. 1967-1973)
  • Children: Tatum O’Neal, Redmond O’Neal, Griffin O’Neal, Patrick O’Neal
  • Parents: Charles O’Neal, Patricia Ruth Olga (née Callaghan)
  • Siblings: Kevin O’Neal
  • Partner: Farrah Fawcett (1979–1997; 2001–2009)
  • Nicknames: Patrick Ryan O’Neal , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal, Jr. , Charles Patrick Ryan O’Neal young, Jr. , Ryan O’ Neal
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ryanonealactor
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  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0641939
  • Allmusic: www.allmusic.com/artist/ryan-oneal-mn0001780660
  • Awards: David di Donatello for Best Foreign Actor (1971), Bravo Otto Germany – Best Actor (1972), Golden Laurel Award (3rd place, 1971), The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards
  • Music Groups: Sleeping At Last, Sleeping At Last
  • Nominations: Academy Awards – best Actor (1970), Golden Globe Awards, Razzie Awards
  • Movies: Love Story (1970), The Games (1970), The Big Bounce (1969), What’s Up, Doc? (1972), Paper Moon (1973), Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon (1975), A Bridge Too Far (1977), The Main Event (1979)
  • TV Shows: Bones (2005-2017), Peyton Place (1964-1969), The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1960), Leave It to Beaver (1961), Bachelor Father (1961), Westinghouse Playhouse, Perry Mason (1964), Wagon Train


  • [on Love Story (1970)] I didn’t worry a lot about whether I was preparing enough for the part. I’m not into study and research much. I just thought about it as a story about a man and a woman and I made sure I looked right. You know, the right scarf, the right sweater.
  • [when asked how he would like to be remembered, 2011] He was a child to children and a man to men.
  • I had just put the casket in the hearse and I was watching it drive away when a beautiful blonde woman comes up and embraces me. I said to her, ‘You have a drink on you? You have a car?’ She said, ‘Daddy, it’s me – Tatum!’ I was just trying to be funny with a strange Swedish woman, and it’s my daughter. It’s so sick. [in Vanity Fair, admitting to propositioning a woman (who he was unable to recognize as his own daughter) at Farrah Fawcett’s funeral]
  • [on Farrah Fawcett’s ongoing cancer battle] It’s a love story. I just don’t know how to play this one. I won’t know this world without her. Cancer is an insidious enemy.
  • [on Barbra Streisand] The most pretentious woman the cinema has ever known.
  • I’m as moody and complex and private as anyone I ever knew.
  • The only time I ever had steady employment was in Peyton Place (1964). Once I was in control of my destiny, I found it very difficult.


  • His mother was Jewish.
  • His acting mentor was Dorothy Malone.
  • Best known for his role as Rodney Harrington on Peyton Place (1964).
  • He presented the Best Supporting Actress Oscar at the 1985 ceremony. The winner was Peggy Ashcroft for A Passage to India (1984).
  • Diagnosed with prostate cancer [April 2012].
  • 1956:Lost:Ryan O’Neal lost a 3-round decision to Cecil Gray in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal won a 3-round decision over Cecil Gray in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.(Golden Glove Tournament:Novice Division).
  • 1956:Lost:Ryan O’Neal lost a 3-round decision to George Shay in West Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.(Golden Glove Tournament:Novice Division).
  • 1956:Lost:Ryan O’Neal lost a 3-round decision to Dal Stewart in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Vic Fellsen in 1-round in Los Angeles,CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal won a 3-round decision over Edmund Dowe in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal won a 3-round decision over George Shay in Hollywood, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Felix Morse in 2-rounds in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Gene Liebert in 1-round in Los Angels, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Leonard Wallace in 1-round in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1956:Won:Ryan O’Neal defeated Sam Roland by 1st-round foul in Hollywood, CA in an amateur boxing match.
  • 1957:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Allen Walker in 1-round in an amateur boxing match in Los Angeles, CA.
  • 1957:Won:Ryan O’Neal won a 3-round decision over Charlie Newell in an amateur boxing match in Los Angeles, CA.(Golden Gloves Tournament:Open Division).
  • 1957:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Steven Rouse in 1-round in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.(Golden Gloves Tournament:Open Division).
  • 1957:Lost:Ryan O’Neal lost a 3-round decision to Tony Foramero in Los Angeles, CA in an amateur boxing match.(Golden Gloves Tournament:Open Division:Semi-Finals).
  • 1959:Won:Ryan O’Neal knocked out Frankie Lohman in 1-round in an amateur boxing match in Munich, Germany.
  • In 1960, O’Neal served fifty-one days of a 60-day sentence for assaulting a stranger during a New Year’s Eve party in Los Angeles.
  • Though never able to marry Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O’Neal did propose to Farrah with every intention of walking down the aisle with her. Farrah died at 9:28 AM PST on June 25, 2009 before she and O’Neal could marry.
  • Although he and Farrah Fawcett split in 1997, they got back together in 2001 after he was diagnosed with leukemia.
  • Was sentenced to undergo 18 months of rehabilitation treatment after pleading guilty to drug possession in relation to his arrest in September 2008. [January 2009]
  • He and his son Redmond O’Neal were arrested on suspicion of narcotics possession. [September 2008]
  • Was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and negligent discharge of a firearm after a fight with his son Griffin O’Neal. Griffin apparently tied his intoxicated younger brother Redmond O’Neal to a staircase in order to keep him from leaving the house to use more drugs. When Ryan returned home and saw his son tied to the staircase he became so enraged that he fired a warning shot in order to scare Griffin. [February 2007]
  • Ryan’s paternal grandfather, Charles Samuel O’Neal, was born in South Carolina, and had Irish and English ancestry. Ryan’s paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Maude Duffey, was born in Ireland, as was Ryan’s maternal grandfather, Richard Edward O’Callaghan. Ryan’s maternal grandmother, Mathilde Pius, was born in New York, to a Jewish family; Mathilde’s father, Gustave Pius, was from Germany, and Mathilde’s mother, Rebecca/Regina Iglick, was from Schrimm (now Srem, Poland).
  • His first acting job was on the German series Tales of the Vikings (1959) in 1959.
  • Was a Golden Gloves boxer in 1956-1957 with an 18-4 record including 13 knockouts.
  • Son of actress Patricia O’Neal and author/screenwriter Charles O’Neal.
  • Had relationships with Diana Ross, Britt Ekland, Lana Wood, Ursula Andress, Pat Cleveland, Melanie Griffith, Anjelica Huston, Sabrina Guinness, Diane von Fürstenberg, Anouk Aimée, Florinda Bolkan and Bianca Jagger in the 1970s. He was later involved with Leslie Stefanson while on a break from Farrah Fawcett.
  • 5/07: Prosecutors decided not to file charges against him following a brawl with his son and allegations of assault on 2/3/07.
  • One of his best friends is Charlie Mattera.
  • His manager is Neil Hassman.
  • Former father-in-law of John McEnroe.
  • As a teenager, he was a Golden Gloves boxer who compiled an amateur boxing record of 18-4 with 13 knockouts.
  • He attended and graduated from Munich American High School in Munich, Germany, in 1959. His father was a Hollywood writer who was doing a stint working for the American government radio network “Radio Free Europe”, which beamed programing and propaganda into Communist-controlled Eastern Europe.
  • He was a close friend of Lee Majors until a relationship blossomed between him and Majors’ wife Farrah Fawcett.
  • Former brother-in-law of Dey Young and Lance Young.
  • Father, with Joanna Moore, of daughter Tatum O’Neal and son Griffin O’Neal.
  • Older brother of Kevin O’Neal.
  • Began his career as a stand-in and stunt man.
  • Was originally considered for the role of Rocky Balboa in Rocky (1976). However, “Rocky” scriptwriter Sylvester Stallone had sold the film rights on the condition that he got to play the title role, so he and not O’Neal wound up starring in the picture.
  • In remission in his battle with leukemia.
  • He was considered for the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather (1972)
  • Father of actor Patrick O’Neal from his marriage to Leigh Taylor-Young.
  • Lived with Farrah Fawcett (1980-1997). They have a son, Redmond O’Neal.


  • Often plays inept characters in comedies
  • Lean, boxer’s physique
  • Rugged yet boyish looks
  • Wavy fair hair


Title Year Status Character
Bones 2006-2017 TV Series Max Keenan
Father Toby Coulter
Knight of Cups 2015 Ryan
Slumber Party Slaughter 2012 William O’Toole
Ryan & Tatum: The O’Neals 2011 TV Series
90210 2010 TV Series Spence Montgomery
Waste Land 2007 Short Gabriel
Desperate Housewives 2005 TV Series Rodney Scavo
Malibu’s Most Wanted 2003 Bill Gluckman
Gentleman B. 2003 Phil – Bank Manager
Miss Match 2003 TV Series Jerry Fox
People I Know 2002 Cary Launer
Epoch 2001 TV Movie Allen Lysander
Bull 2000-2001 TV Series Robert Roberts Jr.
The List 2000 Richard Miller
Coming Soon 1999 Dick
Zero Effect 1998 Gregory Stark
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn 1997 James Edmunds
Hacks 1997/I Dr. Applefield
Faithful 1996 Jack Connor
The Larry Sanders Show 1995 TV Series Ryan O’Neal
Man of the House 1995 Man with Kite (uncredited)
The Man Upstairs 1992 TV Movie Mooney Polaski
1775 1992 TV Short Jeremy Proctor
Good Sports 1991 TV Series Bobby Tannen
Small Sacrifices 1989 TV Movie Lew Lewiston
Chances Are 1989 Philip Train
Sam Found Out: A Triple Play 1988 TV Movie Pimp
Tough Guys Don’t Dance 1987 Tim Madden
Fever Pitch 1985 Steve Taggart
Irreconcilable Differences 1984 Albert Brodsky
Partners 1982 Sgt. Benson
So Fine 1981 Bobby Fine
Circle of Two 1981 Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Green Ice 1981 Joseph Wiley
The Main Event 1979 Eddie ‘Kid Natural’ Scanlon
Oliver’s Story 1978 Oliver Barrett IV
The Driver 1978 The Driver
A Bridge Too Far 1977 Brigadier General James M. Gavin
Nickelodeon 1976 Leo Harrigan
Barry Lyndon 1975 Barry Lyndon
Paper Moon 1973 Moses Pray
The Thief Who Came to Dinner 1973 Webster
What’s Up, Doc? 1972 Howard Bannister
Wild Rovers 1971 Frank Post
Love Hate Love 1971 TV Movie Russ Emery
Love Story 1970 Oliver
The Games 1970 Scott Reynolds
Under the Yum Yum Tree 1969 TV Movie Mike
The Big Bounce 1969 Jack Ryan
Peyton Place 1964-1969 TV Series Rodney Harrington
European Eye 1968 TV Movie Ingersoll
Wagon Train 1964 TV Series Paul Phillips
Perry Mason 1964 TV Series John Carew
Empire 1962-1963 TV Series Tal Garrett
The Virginian 1963 TV Series Ben Anders
My Three Sons 1962 TV Series Chug Williams
Leave It to Beaver 1961 TV Series Tom Henderson
Westinghouse Playhouse 1961 TV Series Mick / Roger / Larry
Two Faces West 1961 TV Series
Laramie 1961 TV Series Johnny Jacobs
Bachelor Father 1961 TV Series Marty Braden
The DuPont Show with June Allyson 1961 TV Series Cadet Wade Farrell
General Electric Theater 1960 TV Series Art Anderson
The Untouchables 1960 TV Series Bellhop
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 1960 TV Series Herm
Title Year Status Character
Bones 2007 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Paper Moon 1973 performer: “Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee” 1932 – uncredited
What’s Up, Doc? 1972 performer: “You’re the Top”, “As Time Goes By” uncredited
Title Year Status Character
Ryan & Tatum: The O’Neals 2011 TV Series executive producer
Title Year Status Character
Independent Lens 2009 TV Series documentary special thanks – 1 episode
Farrah’s Story 2009 TV Movie special thanks
Playboy: Farrah Fawcett, All of Me 1997 Video documentary special thanks
Now and Then 1995 special thanks
Title Year Status Character
The 8th Annual TV Land Awards 2010 TV Special Himself
Farrah’s Story 2009 TV Movie Himself
Chasing Farrah 2005 TV Series Himself
Intimate Portrait 2004 TV Series documentary Himself
ABC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment 2003 TV Series
The 74th Annual Academy Awards 2002 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Arthur Hiller
E! True Hollywood Story 1998-2001 TV Series documentary Himself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand 2001 TV Special documentary Himself
Headliners & Legends: Farrah Fawcett 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1998 TV Series Himself
1968: The 25th Anniversary 1993 Documentary Himself
The Arsenio Hall Show 1991 TV Series Himself
Clive James’ Postcard from… 1990 TV Series documentary Himself
The 61st Annual Academy Awards 1989 TV Special Himself – Co-Presenter: Best Film Editing
The 57th Annual Academy Awards 1985 TV Special documentary Himself – Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
James Bond: The First 21 Years 1983 TV Movie documentary Himself
Getting in Shape for the Main Event 1979 TV Short documentary Himself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Bette Davis 1977 TV Special documentary Himself (uncredited)
The 47th Annual Academy Awards 1975 TV Special Himself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
The Mike Douglas Show 1967-1975 TV Series Himself – Actor / Himself
Cinema 1974 TV Series documentary Himself
Peyton Place Revisited 1973 TV Special Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1972-1973 TV Series Himself
Salute to Oscar Hammerstein II 1972 TV Special Himself
Screwball Comedies… Remember Them? 1972 Documentary short Himself
The Moviemakers 1971 Documentary short Himself (uncredited)
The David Frost Show 1971 TV Series Himself
The 43rd Annual Academy Awards 1971 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role & Co-Presenter: Best Director
The Dick Cavett Show 1971 TV Series Himself
Fuck Off! – Images of Finland 1971 Documentary Himself
Rodney 1970 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Joey Bishop Show 1968-1969 TV Series Himself
Romp!!! 1968 TV Special Himself – Host
First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game 1967 TV Special Himself – Celebrity
Dream Girl of ’67 1967 TV Series Himself – Married Judge
Everybody’s Talking 1967 TV Series Himself
Dateline: Hollywood 1967 TV Series Himself
Go!!! 1967 TV Movie Himself – Host
What’s This Song? 1965 TV Series Himself
CBS News Sunday Morning 2016 TV Series documentary Himself
Great Performances 2015 TV Series Himself – Presenter
Entertainment Tonight 2008-2015 TV Series Himself
Unity 2015 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Kubrick Remembered 2014 Documentary Himself
Extra 2014 TV Series Himself
2013 Hero Dog Awards 2013 TV Special Himself – Guest
Tavis Smiley 2012 TV Series Himself – Guest
Rachael Ray 2012 TV Series Himself
Piers Morgan Tonight 2011-2012 TV Series Himself
The Talk 2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
Live with Kelly and Michael 2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
Good Morning America 1977-2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
25th Annual Genesis Awards 2011 TV Special Himself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 2010 TV Series Himself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Entertainment Tonight 2009-2015 TV Series Himself / Him
Welcome to the Basement 2013-2015 TV Series Oliver / Dr. Howard Bannister / Howard Bannister / …
Inside Edition 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
E! True Hollywood Story 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Biography 2000-2005 TV Series documentary Moses Pray / Himself
Celebrities Uncensored 2003 TV Series Himself
The Kid Stays in the Picture 2002 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Charlie Rose 1999 TV Series Barry Lyndon
Playboy: Farrah Fawcett, All of Me 1997 Video documentary Himself
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies 1995 TV Movie documentary actor ‘Barry Lyndon’ (uncredited)
Hollywood Mavericks 1990 Documentary Barry Lyndon
Peyton Place: The Next Generation 1985 TV Movie Rodney Harrington
The Mike Douglas Show 1976 TV Series Himself – Actor


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