Callum Blue net worth: Callum Blue is an English film and television celebrity who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Callum Blue was born in London, England, and went on to study theater at Mountview Theatre School. In the early 2000s, he started to add film credits to his curriculum vitae. Since then, he’s appeared in such film and television projects as “In Love & War”, “As If”, “Devil’s Gate”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Caffeine”, “YPF”, “Dirt”, “Red Sands”, “Little Fish, Strange Pond”, “Sanctuary”, “Smallville”, “Colombiana”, “The Secret Lives of Wives”, “Book Club”, “Fractured”, “Royal Pains”, “Criticized”, and “Saul: The Journey to Damascus”. He is most commonly recognized for his costarring and recurring characters on “Dead Like Me”, “Associated”, and “The Tudors”, and for his part in the film, “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement”.
Auditioned for the role of 'Lex Luthor' in Smallville before getting the role of 'Zod' in Season 9.
He has three sisters.
Ranked #16 in SFX Appeal - Top 20 Sexiest Men [November 2003].
His ancestors date back to some of the first Roman settlers in England and his family has the oldest coat of arms in England with the motto 'To Walk in Arrogance.'
Studied at Mountview Theatre School, London.
[on Dead Like Me co-star Mandy Patinkin] "The first season he invited me into his trailer and put a video in. I'm a really big fan of Patti Lapone and he and Patti are singing. He got up and started dancing and singing in front of me and the whole trailer is rocking around and then we both walk out and there's a crowd of people watching, wondering what was going on! We're talking about a musical episode of 'Dead Like Me' for the new season."
[on returning to Dead Like Me] "By the end of 'Princess Diaries,' I was really looking forward to getting back to Mason. I missed him so much. It's so much more fun being bad and naughty. But I spent the whole of 'Princess Diaries' drinking to get into character for Mason - I suffer for art - then I read the first script, and he's bloody sober. Wasted all that drinking."
When I'm on the red carpet, most people say, 'Who the hell is that?' It's downright embarrassing.