Jai Courtney Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jai Courtney Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Jai Courtney net worth:Jai Courtney is an Australian actor that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. He scored his first onscreen character with the appearance in the short 2005 movie “Boys Grammar”. He did not get another character until 2008 when he played Harry Avent on the TV show “All Saints”. From that point, Courtney would go to procure several parts, for example, part of Varro in “Spartacus: Blood and Sand”. He was featured in the Growing Gift issue of “Inside Picture Magazine” in 2012 alongside fellow Australians Margot Robbie, Adelaide Clemens and David Ludlow. Courtney dated Australian performer Gemma Pranita for eight years, together with the relationship ending in 2014. He now lives in La.
March 15, 1986
Cherrybrook, Sydney, Australia
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Chris Courtney, Karen Courtney
Suicide Squad, Terminator Genisys, A Good Day to Die Hard, Divergent, Insurgent, Jack Reacher, The Water Diviner, I, Frankenstein, Unbroken, Felony, Man Down, The Exception, Boys Grammar
He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
In 2008, Courtney had a lead role in the hit Australian series "Packed to the Rafters" and a guest lead in the popular "All Saints." He was in the comedy feature To Hell & Bourke and several short films.
My mum is a school teacher and my dad is an electrician.
I don't know if I'm an action star or if that's just how things are shaping up. I would hate to be boxed into that forever, but it's probably just a strength as far as my type goes, and I'm fine with that.
I was too young to be an avid enthusiast for the franchise, but like billions of people I remember as a child sitting around with the family on a Friday night with pizza and popcorn and a 'Die Hard' movie on.
When you're working with people you've seen in hundreds of films... it's a bit crazy to step outside yourself for a minute and think, 'This is surreal.' But I try not to get too bogged down in that.
I started coming to L.A. as often as I could, for three months on and three months off, because immigration kicks you out after 90 days.
I was a bit of a show-off in school and loved playing dress-up, and my passion for it just grew as I got older.
I was always realistic about the fact I wanted to be involved with big films.
I'm not someone who has a lengthy attention span, and that applies to my exercise routine as well.
I've always played sport. I played rugby, I was involved in athletics, I played cricket... I'm an outdoors kind of guy.