How rich is Christopher Meloni?


How rich is Christopher Meloni?

Christopher Meloni Net Worth:
$30 Million

Christopher Meloni Net Worth:

Christopher Meloni Net Worth $30 Million

To pursue his acting fantasy, he joined University of Colorado at Boulder and finished graduation in the year 1983. After he appeared in the many advertisements, television series and modest parts in the films. Nevertheless, his first noticeable part came in 1996 thriller film ‘Bound’.

With developing much needed break in the film ‘Bound’, he began to get other offers from other popular and well known directors and producers. He appeared on the HBO show ‘Oz’ where he played the part of bisexual criminal ‘Chris Keller’. He continued this function in the year 1998 to 1993. He got tremendous amount of recognition and critical applause for his excellent performance in the show. He was even nominated for an Emmy Award for his extraordinary portrayal of character as Elliot Stabler. Meloni can also be famous for his perfect comic timing. He made his recovery in comedy with 2001 satirical comedy film ‘Wet Hot American Summer’. Then in 2004, he again became an integral part of comedy film ‘Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle’. Subsequently in 2013, he played a supporting character in Superman reboot film ‘Man of Steel’. From his special performing abilities, he’s collected all love and support from his fans and film world. As of 2014, this gifted performer has brought in an estimated net worth sum of $30 million dollars.

Birth date: April 2, 1961
Birth place: Washington, D.C., United States
Height:6 ft (1.829 m)
Profession: Actor
Education: University of Colorado at Boulder
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Sherman Williams (m. 1995)
Children: Sophia Eva Pietra Meloni, Dante Amadeo Meloni
Parents: Robert Meloni, Cecile Meloni
Siblings: Robert Meloni Jr, Michele Meloni
Nominations: Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (2006), PRISM Awards (2004 (2004), 2008)
Movies: "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999- 2011), "Oz" (1997-2003), "True Blood" (2008-2014), ‘Golden Gate’ (1993), ‘Leaving L.A.’ (1997), ‘Brooklyn South’ (1997), ‘Homicide: Life on the Street’ (1998), ‘Wonder Showzen’ (2005), ‘Michael & Michael Have Issues’ (2009), ‘Surviving Jack’ (2014)
TV shows: ‘Leaving L.A.’ (1997), ‘Brooklyn South’ (1997), ‘Homicide: Life on the Street’ (1998), ‘Wonder Showzen’ (2005), ‘Michael & Michael Have Issues’ (2009), ‘Surviving Jack’ (2014)

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