Carmine Giovinazzo Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Carmine Giovinazzo Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Carmine Giovinazzo net worth and salary: Carmine Giovinazzo is an American actor and singer with a net worth of $4 million dollars and salary per episode of $75,000. Produced in Port Richmond, Staten Island, NY, Carmine Giovinazzo played multiple sports as a child and meant to be a professional basketball player. But after enduring a severe harm while attending Wagner College, he changed his focus to performing. Carmine began his professional career in the late 90s after moving to la. Carmine appeared in guest starring roles in such television projects as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Pacific Blue”, “Providence”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, and “Columbo”. Carmine also appeared in supporting parts in such films as “Fallen Arches”, “Billy Hollywood’s Screen Kiss”, “For Love of the Game”, “The Learning Curve”, “Black Hawk Down”, and “In Enemy Hands”. Carmine starred on the short-lived comedy, “Shasta McNasty” for one season in 1999. In 2004, he was cast in the character that will make him a household name, as Danny Messer on “CSI: NY”.
August 24, 1973
Richmond [now Staten Island], New York City, New York, USA
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Actor, Writer, Producer
Dominick Giovinazzo, Nancy Giovinazzo
The Learning Curve, Black Hawk Down, Terror Tract, Fallen Arches, For Love of the Game, The Big Brass Ring, Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss, Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie, Players
Is of Italian, Norwegian, English and Native American descent.
Is the first actor to appear in all three CSIs.
Was a guest star on the original CSI: in 2002, on "Revenge is Best Served Cold", and starred as Danny in CSI Miami episode "MIA/NYC Nonstop", and has therefore has appeared in all three CSI-series. He is one of very few actors to do so.
In his spare time, Carmine enjoys painting, poetry and playing the guitar. He also likes to play roller hockey, basketball and baseball.
wanted to become a professional baseball player, but due to a back injury he had to give up baseball and started his acting career