Born in Wichita Falls, Texas in February 1939. American actor, singer, dancer, director, producer, and choreographer Tommy Tune has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He gained famed after making his debut on Broadway in Baker Street in 1965. Since then, Tune has gone on to be featured in Broadway productions of Dow Jones, A Joyful Noise, My One and Only, Tommy Tune Tonight!, How Now, Seesaw, and Bye Bye Birdie as well as in the movies Hello, Dolly! and The Boy Friend in addition to his appearances in episodes of the TV series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, The City, Nanny and the Professor, and Arrested Development. In 1978 Tune was credited for his debut choreography and directing work in The Best Little Whorehouse and he would continue to choreograph or direct eight musicals on Broadway. In 1993 he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Live Performance at 1777 Vine Street, while having also won numerous Tony Awards and Drama Desk Awards, apart from National Medal of Arts and a Special Tony Award.