Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth 2017, Biography & Wiki
Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Jeffrey Dean Morgan net worth: Jeffrey Dean Morgan is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $4 million. Nearly all of Morgan’s acting work has been in television. In fact he’s famous for his roles as Denny Duquette in “Grey’s Anatomy”, John Winchester on “Supernatural”, and as Ike Evans in “Magic City”. His best known film role is as The Comedian in the 2009’s “Watchmen”. Morgan was certainly one of the leads in the mid-1990s television series “The Burning Zone”. In 2005 and 2006 Morgan appeared in three television series concurrently, “Supernatural”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, and as Judah Botwin on “Weeds”. Morgan’s three parts are notable in that all three of the characters are now deceased, two of whom perished onscreen. Morgan has appeared in several films including “P.S. I Love You”, “The Accidental Husband”, “Taking Woodstock”, “The Resident”, “Days of Wrath”, and “Shanghai”.
He played the father of 2 unrelated superheroes. He played Thomas Wayne, father of Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), and he played The Comedian, father of Laurie Jupiter, aka The Silk Spector, in Watchmen (2009).
He had to lose 40 pounds in a short period of time to play a man with tuberculosis in Texas Rising (2015). He lost the weight by eating only a can of tuna per day.
Stated that many people who recognize him mistake him for Javier Bardem.
Had a tattoo of a revolver made on his right arm during the shooting of The Salvation (2014).
Has been in a relationship with actress Hilarie Burton since May 2009. Hilarie gave birth to their first child, a boy named Gus, on March 10, 2010.
He and his Watchmen (2009) co-star Billy Crudup both have been in a relationship with Mary-Louise Parker. Crudup lived with her from 1996-2003 and they have a son together. Morgan started dating Parker in 2006, they became engaged in 2008, but eventually broke up.
Did a painting and donated it to the Race for the Rescues' Walk of Paws celebrity art auction on October 29, 2006. The money raised at the event went to help shelter dogs and cats in and around Pasadena, California.
His former manager (who happened to be a very good friend of his) dropped him because he just wasn't getting work just the day before he got his role on Supernatural (2005), claiming she couldn't resurrect his career.
He is friends with agent Richard Lewis, whose support was "invaluable in keeping me going and getting back to where I am today.".
Under skills, his résumé lists basketball, baseball, and many other sports; Mountain & Water Athletics; Cooking; and Construction. Under dialects, it lists New York, Italian, and various regional dialects.
In his free time he enjoys spending time with his friends and laughing as much as possible, painting, writing, and reading.
He has a dog named Bisou, which means "a little and sweet kiss" in French. Bisou is a female Rottweiler mix.
Often plays amoral or villainous characters
[Told Flaunt Magazine in March 2010 that he currently abides by these steadfast rules] We don't tattoo someone's name on our body and we don't get married.
I love Jared and Jensen. Going up to Vancouver is like going to camp. We have so much fun, and it's pretty much just the three of us up there. There's a lot of giggling. The three of us together act like little kids. They're both fun as heck, but they're both so different. Supernatural is the most difficult because I could never get used to working nights. Working exterior nights in Vancouver, when it's raining and snowing, is a little daunting, when you haven't slept. The show is extremely hard, physically. - on working with Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles on Supernatural (2005).