Dominic Purcell is a British-Australian actor he has a net worth of $2 million. He was born on February 17, 1970 in Merseyside, England, UK his family moved to Sydney’s Bondi when he was only two. Dominic is of both Irish and Norwegian ancestry. Dominic attended Blaxland East Public School, St Dominic’s College, Penrith and McCarthy Catholic College. Among his first professions was as a landscape gardener. He afterwards joined the Ausralian Theatre for young Folks and then later he enrolled in the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Dominic Purcell Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
He is divorced from Rebecca Williamson, and they have two daughters. Dominic also starred as John Doe in the Blade: Trinity. In 2011 Purcell began dating actress Anna Lynne McCord. Some of Purcell’s credits include; Mission: Impossible II, Equilibrium, Killer Elite and Straw Dogs. On Television he has made guest appearances on House, The Lost World, John Doe and Castle.
During filming of Prison Break: Sequel he was seriously injured and suffered from a broken nose and a head injury.
Appeared with Wentworth Miller in three TV shows: Prison Break (2005), The Flash (2014) and Legends of Tomorrow (2016). In "Prison Break", they were both protagonists and in "The Flash" they were both the antagonists, then in "Legends of Tomorrow" they take on the role of the "anti-hero".
Lives in San Clemente, California. 
Official residence, with his family, is Los Angeles but he lives in Chicago, Illinois, during filming of Prison Break (2005) and flies home to his family on weekends. 
Lives in Vancouver, Canada, with his family while filming the series John Doe (2002). 
Has the birth dates of his four children tattooed on the inside of his left forearm.
Dom's parents and siblings all live in Dundalk, Ireland, so twice a year he flies in to see the family.
Whilst in Ireland at Christmas 2007 he and his brother saved the life of a 16 month old boy, who was choking, by slapping his back to dislodge an onion ring and then Damian giving CPR until he started breathing again. Til this day both Dom and Damian keep in touch with the child and the boy's family.
Former son-in-law of David Williamson.
Has two nieces named Claudia and Eilisha (Marie-Therese's daughters).
He's the oldest of five children. Sibling's names: Damian Purcell, Jaime Pucell, Patrick Purcell, and Marie-Therese Purcell.
His mother is Maureen (she's Irish).
Did all of his stunts in the sword fight scene against Blade in Blade: Trinity (2004).
Has four children: Joseph (b. August 12th 1999), Audrey (b. January 30th 2001) and twins Lily-Rose and Augustus (b. July 7th 2003).
Left high school to form a landscape gardening venture with some friends. His pre-acting stints also included surfing.
He was a classmate of Hugh Jackman at the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts.
Strong angular face and intense gaze.
People have asked me why are Australians and Brits so good at American accents, and it's quite simple. We grew up listening to the American sound on our TV. That's why American actors have a hard time with foreign accents.
I'm a hands-on dad. I love my kids more than anything. It's very important to me. I'd give myself a 10 out of 10 for being a dad.
I don't watch TV dramas. I watch ESPN, HBO boxing, National Geographic Channel and I kind of like to get some DVDs, movies that I haven't seen and I just pop them in.
I'm very appreciative and humbled by the success of 'Prison Break.'
Yeah, I'm a physical kind of guy. I've always liked being physical. It takes a stuntman to really say, 'Look, we don't want you to do this. No, no, I'm serious, you're not going to do this' to get me not to do my stuff.
My fighting style, if you will, is a combination of mimicking, cowboy films and boxing that I have done throughout my life.
I've been here for five years, maybe four. I was doing 'John Doe,' and I was working ridiculous hours on that, and I was speaking American all day and then I'd get home and speak Australian and I just felt so exhausted by going back and forth that I just decided to speak it all the time. Now I just speak American.