Frank Grillo Net Worth: Frank Grillo is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Produced June 8, 1963 in NYC, NY, Frank Grillo is famous for his character as Brock Rumlow in Captain American: The Winter Soldier (2014) as well as for his characters in Warrior, 2011), The Grey (2012, End of View (2012) and The Purge: Anarchy (2014). The earliest of three kids, he started acting in high school plays, but was also a star athlete and dreamed of playing professional sports. His parents encouraged him to visit school first so Frank attended and graduated from New York University having a diploma in operation and worked on Wall Street for about per year before a chance meeting using a casting director got him a part in a beer commercial for Miller Genuine Draft.
Frank has appeared in at least 25 advertisements and got the part of his career to that stage on the daytime soap opera The Guiding Light (1996-1999) as character Hart Jessup, during which time his advertisement for Sure deodorant was airing concurrently. He’s possibly famous for his role as Nick Savrinn in Season One of Prison Break. After making The Guiding Light in 1999, Frank got parts in pilots like Fiona and Heritage in addition to parts in Wasteland, Battery Park and For the People. His latest endeavors will be The Madness of Jane, made by Fox 21 for Lifetime Television, The Kill Point for Bravo TV, Blue Blood for NBC as well as The Gates for ABC. Grillo is married to celebrity and onscreen love interest Wendy Moniz and lives in Nyc by using their two sons.
His last name is the Spanish word for "cricket" (the insect, not the sport).
He is of Italian descent.
Son Rio Joseph Grillo was born on January 25, 2008.
Sons: Remy, with his first wife Kathy (born the mid-to-late 1990s) Liam, with his second wife Wendy (born August 2004).
[on performing in The Grey (2011) under adverse weather conditions] I'm limited in my talent, honestly, and you get out there the first day and it's 20 degrees below zero and you're like, 'Oh, it's gonna be easy to do this. I don't have to manufacture any emotions or feelings. All I have to do is know my lines.' Basically it's kind of actor-proof.