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Finn Wittrock Net Worth

Finn Wittrock Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Peter ‘’Finn’’ Wittrock Jr net worth is
$5 million

Peter ‘’Finn’’ Wittrock Jr Wiki/Biography

Peter ‘’Finn’’ Wittrock Jr. was born on 28 October 1984, in Lenox, Massachusetts USA, to Kate Claire Crowley and Peter L. Wittrock, Sr. His father is an actor, which had an influence on Finn’s career path, as he is a stage, movie and television actor, probably best known for appearing in ‘’La La Land’’ and ‘’American Horror Story’’.

So just how rich is Finn Wittrock as of late 2017? Authoritative sources estimate that Wittrock’s net worth is as high as $5 million, accumulated from his over a decade-long acting career.

Finn Wittrock Net Worth $5 million

As a child, Finn would often spend time at the Shakespeare & Company theatre, where he father worked. He attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, then turned down a chance to enroll into The Juilliard School, hoping to pursue his acting career in Los Angeles. He went on to make small appearances in several television shows, but he would often face rejections, applied for The Julliard School and was accepted once again, and was a member of the drama division’s Group 37 from 2004 until 2008. Meantime, as of 2004, he appeared as a guest star in ‘’CSI: Miami’’. In the same year, he landed a supporting role in the movie ‘’Halloweentown High’’. However, after this role, Finn went on hiatus, until in 2009 he began playing Damon Miller in ‘’All My Children’’ aired on ABC, eventually leaving the show in 2011, having appeared in the total of 120 episodes, adding significantly to his net worth.

He returned to the big screen with a minor role in the action crime film ‘’Twelve’’, and remained active throughout the early 2010s, being a guest-star in series such as ‘’Criminal Minds’’ and ‘’Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’’. Concurrently in 2012, he acted in ‘’Death of a Salesman’’, which was his Broadway debut, and which earned him a Theatre World Award. In 2014, Finn appeared in ‘’Winter’s Tale’’, and the same year played the starring role in ‘’Unbroken’’, which grossed over $163 million at the box office. In the same year, Finn began working on ‘’American Horror Story’’, debuting in season four and portraying one of the main characters, Dandy Mott. Overall, the series received positive response from the audience, said to ‘’still bring the thrills, thanks to its reliably stylish presentation and game cast’’. In 2015, he worked on the fifth season and was cast as Tristan and Rudolph Valentino, appearing in nine episodes.

In 2016, Finn portrayed Greg Earnest in ‘’La La Land’’, the movie being one of the most successful movies of the year, grossing $445.6 million at the box office. In 2017, he played Jim O’Connor in the play ‘’The Glass Menagerie’’, and Wittrock’s future projects include ‘’American Crime Story’’, scheduled to appear in 10 episodes of the show in 2018. His movies ‘’Locating Silver Lake’’ and ‘’Green Olds’’ are in post-production, appearing as the main character in the former. In conclusion, Wittrock has appeared in 28 movie and television projects so far.

In his personal life, Finn has been married to Sarah Roberts since 2014, the couple having met years before at the Julliard School.


Net Worth$5 million
Date Of BirthOctober 28, 1984
Place Of BirthLenox, Massachusetts, United States
Height1.8 m
ProfessionActor
EducationJuilliard School
NationalityAmerican
SpouseSarah Roberts
ParentsKate Claire Crowley, Peter L. Wittrock
SiblingsDylan Wittrock
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/finnwittrock
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm1587729/
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Movie, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie/Miniseries
MoviesAmerican Horror Story, The Big Short, Unbroken, My All American, Halloweentown High, The Normal Heart, The Submarine Kid, La La Land, Landline, Winter's Tale, A Futile and Stupid Gesture, Twelve
TV ShowsAmerican Horror Story
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1I was playing a defensive guard in 'My All American' who is a really fast runner, so a lot of my training was running. I wasn't too worried about bulking up because he was supposed to be on the small side.
2I would love to do Shakespeare in New York.
3I played baseball growing up, second base, and then when I got to high school,it just didn't exist there.
4I went to an Arts High School, so everyone there was kind of anti-clique, though they still happened. I guess I was in the theatre-dork clique. Not to be confused with the musical-theatre-dork clique.
5I think in some ways, acting and writing are the same. You're getting inside the skin of someone else; you're creating their language and their actions. As a writer, you have to see the whole picture and the structure, and you have to understand every character.
6Writing is something I've always done on the side. I thought that no one would be interested, so I kept it to myself.
7Doing theater anywhere, especially in L.A., is a constant uphill battle, and there's also the unsexy parts of the business that you're faced with, like getting money. It's a really great thing to do. You feel like you're really an artist when you're doing that and you're in a company of artists.
8Film and television are so piecemeal. You do one scene, and then you put it to bed, and then you do a scene that comes before. In a play, you have to go from beginning to end every night, and that's harder, but also more fulfilling in a way.
9I found L.A. much less responsive to the name Juilliard than New York was. In New York, that name actually means something. People will look up from their desks when you walk in. In L.A. it's, 'Oh yeah, that's a music school. What do you play?'
10I have been thinking a lot about what we see in villains, how we relate to villains, and what it is about certain villains that we actually empathize with. Like Macbeth. We're not supposed to like a guy who kills the king and takes over, but there's something about him we're really fascinated by.
11I caught the acting bug from my dad.
12I started writing when I started acting professionally because, with acting, there's so much time when you're not working, and there's so much rejection and so little you have control of. Writing is something that you can do, and no one can tell you not to.
13I want to keep pushing my boundaries. One of the biggest things I learned from 'Unbroken' is that you can go a lot further than you think you can. We often underestimate our actual capabilities.
14I'm usually late to the game on shows and watch them after they've aired. But I love 'House of Cards,' 'The Killing,' 'Orange Is the New Black,' loved 'True Detective,' and 'Arrested Development' when it was on. Also 'The Wire,' though I was way late to the game on that.
15Ryan Murphy, he basically tries to find something that's a pulse, a pressure point in our culture, and he grabs it, and he squeezes it. I think 'Freak Show' has a lot to do with the entertainment industry and the way we entertain ourselves: the objectification of people and the lengths we'll go for our own amusement.
16There's monsters in all of us, but there's also vulnerability.
17Soap operas are like boot camps for film actors, so I really learned a lot. It was a masterclass in working for camera. I made myself watch myself every day. I would sort of try and be objective about it and critique myself a little. There's a lot more skill set than people realize in soap operas. They shoot, like, 35 scenes a day.
18Sometimes you're watching a great film actor, and if you stand 10 feet away from them, you're like, 'God, they're terrible. They're not doing anything.' And then you see the close-up, and it's so nuanced, and so much expression is happening. They were acting for that camera and for no one else.
19At first, before you meet her, you're like, 'I'm gonna meet Angelina Jolie! I'm talking to Angelina Jolie!' And then, within a matter of five minutes, you're like, 'Oh, I'm just talking to my director,' and it's just back to work. She really is all about the work. She's so surprisingly down-to-earth.
20That's one of my real goals is to keep theater in my life.
21A lot of the stuff that's happening now, I can trace back to 'Death of a Salesman.' Francine Maisler, the casting director, saw 'Death of a Salesman' and called me in for 'Unbroken.' The casting director of 'Normal Heart' had seen 'Salesman' too. I look back on it now, and it's like one thing led to another; it was a chain reaction.
22I've learned 90 percent of what I know from watching and listening to actors. A good leading actor is the rock of the show. Their energy and their tone really sets the groundwork for how everything is going to work. I've been lucky to deal with stars who are very giving and generous.
23I would love to play Henry IV, Henry V, and Hamlet.
24So many actors started on soap operas. So yeah, I'd graduated Julliard and done some theater. I've done a few guest spots on TV but nothing that long-term. I did a little 'E.R.' back when it was on, and a pilot for 'Cold Case.'
25I'm a klutz, through and through.
26In film, you're so much in the hands and at the mercy of the editor, so sometimes it's good to watch it just to see how it turns out - it can be so different than how you imagined it. But sometimes it's better to just let it go for your own sense of self worth.

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Futile & Stupid Gesture2017post-production
Locating Silver Lake2017post-productionSeth
A Midsummer Night's Dream2017/IIpost-production
Landline2017/INate
American Horror Story2014-2016TV SeriesDandy Mott Tristan Duffy Rudolph Valentino ...
La La Land2016/IGreg
The Big Short2015Jamie Shipley
The Submarine Kid2015Spencer Koll
My All-American2015Freddie Steinmark
Deadbeat2015TV SeriesMax
Home Is Where Your Heart Aches2014Short
Unbroken2014/IMac
The Normal Heart2014TV MovieAlbert
Noah2014Young Tubal-cain
Winter's Tale2014Gabriel
Masters of Sex2013TV SeriesDale
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2013TV SeriesCameron Tyler
Criminal Minds2012TV SeriesHarvey Morell
Harry's Law2012TV SeriesJimmy Cormack
Torchwood2011TV SeriesDanny
All My Children2009-2011TV SeriesDamon Miller
Twelve2010Warren
CSI: Miami2004TV SeriesChad Van Horn
Halloweentown High2004TV MovieCody
ER2003TV SeriesThomas Yoder
Cold Case2003TV SeriesYoung Eric Whitley

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Submarine Kid2015

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Locating Silver Lake2017executive producer post-production

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert2017TV SeriesHimself
Extra2016TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2015TV SeriesHimself
American Horror Story: Freak Show, Two Heads Are Better Than One2015Video shortHimself
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards2015TV SpecialHimself - Nominated: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
The 66th Annual Tony Awards2012TV Special documentaryHimself - Audience Member

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
American Horror Story2016TV SeriesJether Polk
Extra2016TV SeriesHimself

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2015Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a MovieAmerican Horror Story (2011)
2015Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Supporting Actor in a Movie/Limited SeriesAmerican Horror Story (2011)
2015The "We're Wilde About You" Rising Star AwardGay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA)

2nd Place Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2015Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest TV Supporting ActorAmerican Horror Story (2011)

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