Two years after their breakup, Ron Perlman and Opal Stone Perlman are alleged to have finalised their divorce, and the actor is suffering the price.
The 71-year-old “Sons of Anarchy” star has been ordered to pay his ex-wife $12,500 per month in perpetuity, according to court documents obtained by Us Weekly. Only if Opal remarries or dies will the payments stop.
Ron must also pay $40,000 in legal fees to Opal and 20% of his annual gross sales (not to exceed $1.5 million), according to the document.
Ron will keep his Tesla, personal bank accounts, residuals, and half of their joint accounts, according to the tabloid, while Opal will keep her Mercedes and their former Los Angeles family home.
After 38 years of marriage, Ron filed for divorce from the jewellery designer in November 2019, as Page Six previously reported. The couple’s two adult children are Blake, 37, and Delroy, 31.
Ron filed a dissolution of marriage without minor children petition at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles.
After being seen kissing his “StartUp” co-star Allison Dunbar outside the Alexander Steakhouse in Pasadena, California, the couple broke up five months later.
Since then, the two have been dating, with his new girlfriend posting many photos on social media of the two seeming quite pleased.
Dunbar recently gushed on Instagram about Perlman after throwing him a surprise birthday party.
“What a great evening,” she said, “and what a lovely present to honour you.”
How much money does Ron Perlman have?
As a television, film, and voice actor in the United States, Ron Perlman has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Ron Perlman is best known for his roles in the film series “Hellboy” and the FX television drama “Sons of Anarchy.”
Perlman, Ron Early Years and Career
Ron Perlman was born to Jewish parents in Washington Heights, New York, on April 13, 1950. Perlman drew a lot of attention in high school theatre because he was 6 feet 2 inches tall and had a deep, rolling voice, despite the fact that he wasn’t particularly attractive. Perlman graduated from George Washington High School in 1967 with a diploma. To further his acting education, he attended Lehman College and subsequently the University of Minnesota. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a master’s degree in theatre arts in 1973.
He worked with the Classic Stage Company in New York, which produces Elizabethan and Restoration plays, after college, and acted in several feature films. Quest for Fire, Jean-Jacques Annaud’s debut full-length film, was released in 1981. He appeared in a number of theatre plays and tiny or supporting roles in films and television shows between 1981 and 1986. He played Salvatore in “The Name of the Rose” in 1986. This was his next major role.
When he played Vincent, the misunderstood Beast, in the hit TV show “Beauty and the Beast” (CBS, 1987–1990), Perlman first became well-known and had a large following. In 1989, he received a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series for this role. He had considered quitting acting entirely before this.
Perlman went on to star in a slew of films and television shows. “The Name of the Rose” in 1986, “Romeo is Bleeding” in 1993, “The Adventures of Huck Finn” in 1993, “Police Academy: Mission to Moscow” in 1994, “The Last Supper” in 1995, “The Island of Dr. Moreau” in 1996, “Alien Resurrection” in 1997, “Blade II” and “Star Trek: Nemesis” in 2001 were among his most well-known films. In 1995, he starred as “One” in Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro’s French-language film “The City of Lost Children.” This was his first feature film main role. In 2003, he appeared in the Stella Artois beer commercial “Devil’s Island,” which received a Silver Award at the British Advertising Awards. He starred in the 2004 film “Hellboy,” which was based on the comic book of the same name. Perlman reprised his role as Hellboy in the animated films “Hellboy: Sword of Storms” (2006) and “Hellboy: Blood and Iron” (2007), which were both released on DVD, and “Hellboy II: The Golden Army,” which was released on July 11, 2008.