Jeffrey Donovan is a famous celebrity from TV displays. He’s appeared not only in TV shows and show, but he’s also had many characters in movies made for big screen as well as stage productions. These appearances additionally added up a lot to the total amount of Jeffrey Donovan net worth, which continues to be reported to reach 10 million dollars, as of right now. Today, he’s likely generally understood in the TV show called “Burn Notice”, where he’s appearing as Michael Westen.
Jeffrey Donovan Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
As well as his appearances on TV, Jeffrey Donovan is also well-known from his film characters, which he portrayed in movies, like “Come Early Morning”, “Hitch”, “Changling’ and “Believe in Me”. Therefore, his appearances in films additionally function as among the primary sources of Jeffrey Donovan net worth.
His performing skills were discovered by his school’s teacher who helped him a lot to get more expertise in playing. So, Jeffrey Donovan got involved into playing and since that time he’s appeared in numerous TV shows and movies, which likewise raised the overall sum of Jeffrey Donovan net worth.
Jeffrey Donovan has said that when he was growing up, he was living in poverty and the family could live exclusively on welfare. In addition, the performer said that when Christmas time arrived, his mom would normally give the lads gifts which they received a year before. Additionally, Jeffrey Donovan said that when he was a child, the family used to move a lot, from one state to another.
In 2004, the actor got his first huge part in TV series, which was in “Touching Evil”. These were British show in which Jeffrey Donovan appeared in celebrity Vera Farmiga. In 2007, the kid got a character which made him a popular star, that being in the TV show called “Burn Notice”, where he got a part of Michael Westen.
He has Irish, Scottish, and French-Canadian ancestry. His maternal grandparents were born in Canada; his grandfather was from Prince Edward Island, and his grandmother was from Tracadie, New Brunswick.
Has studied martial arts for over twenty years and has a black belt in Shotokan karate. Has six years of experience in Brazilian jujitsu and Aikido, and is a certified SCUBA diver.
Has admitted in interviews that he grew up very poor.
Graduated from Amesbury High School in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Attended University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. Graduated from New York University's Graduate Acting Program, where he received an MFA.
I'm not a big movie-goer. I just feel like I'm watching work. I am always outside and couldn't care less about what's on TV these days. (2004)
I met with Matt Nix. The script was sent to me from USA, they wanted to work with me again. Bonnie Hammer and Jeff Wachtel, they had done Touching Evil (2004) with me. So I went and met with Matt and did a couple of scenes for him. He basically said, "You're my guy". And that was it. It wasn't that I was that great, it was my take on the material. I didn't know all my lines, I didn't have everything right. He just saw my angle on it and my angle was: Bring levity to a serious situation and be real serious about something that's real casual [on landing Burn Notice (2007)].
My mom raised us three boys by herself on welfare. It's not worse than anybody else's life. We had to make ends meet. My parents were divorced, so my father wasn't really in my life. We grew up like most kids, just wanting things. [on growing up]
Asked about his martial arts training in a TV Guide interview (8 Aug 2008) he said: I have a black belt in karate and six years of aikido and about a year of Brazilian jujitsu."