Late American actor and dancer George Raft had an estimated net worth of $1 million. Born in New York City, New York in September 1901. He was widely recognized for his recurring roles as gangsters in crime melodramas between the 1930s and 1940s as well as for his roles in the 1932 movies Scarface, the 1934 film Bolero, the 1939 film Each Day I Die, the 1940 movie They Drive by Night, and the 1959 movie Some Like it Hot. Raft’s screen image was quite realistic because of his association with New York gangsters in real life. At times, he passed up roles that later turned out to breakout hits for other actors like Humphrey Bogart. In 1953 he was featured in the television series I’m the Law, starring as Police Lt. George Kirby. As a well-known actor Raft was awarded stars on the 1960 Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Picture and Television. At the age of 79, George Raft died on November 24, 1980 from leukemia.