Dermot Mulroney is an American actor and director with a net worth of $9 million dollars. Dermot Mulroney is famous for his parts in Young Guns, My Best Friend’s Wedding, and August: Osage County. Dermot was born in October of 1963 in Virginia to Ellen, an armature performer and Michael, a law professor, along with a small time racecar driver. The child was likewise active in plays and theatre productions as a youngster. Besides his characters in romantic comedies, Mulroney is notorious for impersonating cowboys and gunmen in Western-themed movies.
Dermot Mulroney Net Worth $9 Million Dollars
The child also had a recurring part in the long time situation comedy, Friends, where he played principal character Rachel’s co worker and love interest. The child also played the love interest for New Girl’s major character in the year 2012. In 2011 the child directed the movie, Love, Wedding, Marriage. The couple’s son, Clyde, was created in 1999.
Mulroney appeared with James Garner in the 1988 theatrical film "Sunset". Years later, Mulroney inherited Garner's famous role of private detective Jim Rockford in the 2010 TV film "The Rockford Files".
Has 2 daughters, Mabel Ray Mulroney (born 2008) and Sally June Mulroney (born 2009) with wife, Tharita.
He got the scar on his lip from falling on a piece of glass when he was three.
Both of his parents were originally from Iowa.
Attended T.C. Williams High School, which later became the setting of a Disney movie with Denzel Washington.
All of his siblings have traditional Irish names (Conor, Kieran, Moira and Sean). Seven of his eight great-grandparents were of Irish descent, and one of his paternal great-grandmothers, Minnie Henrietta Musfeldt, was of German descent.
Was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at Northwestern University.
Formerly in bands "The Low & Sweet Orchestra" and "Cranky George".
Graduated from Northwestern University in 1985, where he attended the School of Speech.
(On remaining friends with past co-stars) I do. Sometimes they won't sustain. It's kind of like going to summer camp where you get that close and then a lot of times you'll never see people again. Diane and I just talked a few times in the last six months, I guess. It's not like we're hanging out playing tennis. But every so often, every couple of movies, you actually get a really good friend. I think Luke Wilson and I hit it off really good on The Family Stone (2005). Some of my best friends are from having worked together. James Le Gros and Edward Norton, these are the keepers. But I've never run across actors that are just jerks and can't get along with. I've literally never encountered anybody whose behavior is just off the charts or impossible to deal with. Everyone just kind of does their [thing]. I think that's kind of gone out of style a little bit to be [a jerk].
(1997 - On his favorite films that he has done) I've always held Longtime Companion (1989) and Where the Day Takes You (1991) in a little higher regard than some of the more simply entertaining films I've done - they were films that had something to reveal to the world. Also, Living in Oblivion (1995) was a strange little achievement by a handful of people I really love.
(On Longtime Companion (1989)) I remember every second of it, from the first audition straight through to the wrap. I knew it was going to be a groundbreaking film by the time I'd read the first ten pages of Craig Lucas's script, because I'd never read anything like it before.