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Tony Goldwyn


Tony Goldwyn is an actor, director, producer, and political commentator from the United States. He is best known for his role as President of the United States Fitzgerald Grant III in the ABC drama Scandal. Goldwyn also provides the voice of Tarzan in the Disney film Tarzan.

Early childhood development and education

Tony Goldwyn was born on May 20, 1960, in Los Angeles, California, United States of America. Jennifer Howard and Samuel Goldwyn Jr. gave birth to Goldwyn. Samuel Goldwyn, a Polish Jewish immigrant from Warsaw, and actress Frances Howard were Goldwyn’s paternal grandparents.

Tony attended Hamilton College in New York and Brandies University in Waltham for his bachelor’s degree in fine arts. Goldwyn studied at the Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in London. Tony Goldwyn is of White ethnicity, with Polish and Jewish ancestors on his paternal grandfather’s side. He is an American citizen.


Tiny began acting in guest star roles in the mid-1980s after graduating from drama school. He is best known for his role in the film Ghost as Carl Bruner, a friend turned traitor to Patrick Swayze’s character Sa Wheat.

Tom Goldwyn also voiced Tarzan in Walt Disney Feature Animation’s 1999 animated feature film Tarzan, and reprised the role in the video games Disney’s Tarzan Untamed and Kingdom Hearts. On the NBC-Universal drama Law &Order: Criminal Intent, Goldwyn played the recurring character Frank Goren. For the first season of Dexter, he tried his hand at directing as well as acting.

Goldwyn appeared in two Off-Broadway shows at Second Stage Theatre: in Theresa Rebeck’s Spike Heels in 1992, alongside Kevin Bacon and Julie White, and in Theresa Rebeck’s Spike Heels in 1993. In 2006, he co-starred in The Water’s Edge, an Off-Broadway production with Kate Burton. Promises, starring Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth, was one of his Broadway shows at Circle in the Square Theatre.

On April 25, 2012, Tony reprised his role as Captain von Trapp in a concert performance of The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall. Stephaine Blythe, an opera singer, played the Mother Abbess, Brooke Shields played Baroness Schraeder, and Patrick Page played Max at the benefit.

Tony was cast as Warren Jeffs in a new Lifetime movie, Outlaw Prophet, in 2013. In 2014, he played Andrew Prior, Caleb and Beatrice’s father, in Divergent. Goldwyn agreed to star in James Gunn’s horror-thriller The Belko Experiment in 2015.

Tony Goldwyn’s current project is the ABC television series Scandal, in which he co-stars with Kerry Washington as President Fitzgerald.

Private life

Tony Goldwyn is a husband and father. He is married to Jane Michelle Musky, a production designer, and the couple married in 1987. They have two daughters, Anna Musky Tess and Frances Goldwyn, since then. When he was seen frolicking around with his co-star Huma Abedin and her child at Disneyland in March 2017, there were rumors that he was dating her, but his wife, Jane Musky, laughed it off, saying they’re all just good friends.

What is your net worth?

Tony Goldwyn is estimated to have a net worth of $4 million. He is both an actor and a director, so he makes a decent living from both of his jobs. Goldwyn stars in the ABC drama series Scandal and has directed 69 of the show’s episodes to date. Kerry Washington, his co-star and Scandal’s lead, reportedly earns $80,000 per episode; the show is in its sixth season as of 2017, and Goldwyn’s salary is most likely around the same amount.

acts of Tony Goldwyn
Date of Birth:1960May-20
Age:61 years old
Birth Nation:United States of America
NameTony Goldwyn
Birth NameAnthony Howard Goldwyn
FatherSamuel Goldwyn Jr
MotherJennifer Howard
Birth Place/CityLos Angelos
Working ForABC drama
Married toJane Musky (m. 1987)
ChildrenAnna Musky-Goldwyn, Tess Frances Goldwyn
SiblingsJohn Goldwyn, Liz Goldwyn, Peter Goldwyn, Francis Goldwyn, Catherine Howard Goldwyn