Jimmi Simpson Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jimmi Simpson Net Worth $2 Million
Jimmi Simpson net worth: Jimmi Simpson was born in Hackettstown, New Jersey in November 1975. As an actor Simpson debuted in the film Loser in 2000. From 2008 to 2009 he had a recurring part as Lyle the Intern on the television series Late Show with David Letterman. Simpson starred as Lloyd Lowery on the TZV show Breakout Kings from 2011 to 2012. Since 2014 he’s starred as Gavin Orsay to the show House of Cards. Simpson was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2015 for House of Cards.
November 21, 1975
Hackettstown, New Jersey, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Actor, Film Producer
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
United States of America
Melanie Lynskey (m. 2007–2014)
Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Lead Performance
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Date Night, Loser, White House Down, Stay Alive, Herbie: Fully Loaded, Emanuel and the Truth about Fishes, Knights of Badassdom, Zodiac, D.E.B.S., A Quiet Little Marriage, The Invention of Lying, The Mother of Invention, Seraphim Falls, Itty Bitty Titty Committee, Virtuality, Taking Chances, Good Intentions, Hello I Must Be Going, The Big Bang, The Last Time You Had Fun, Gravy, Under the Silver Lake, Slo-Mo
Breakout Kings, Girltrash!, Westworld, House of Cards, Hap and Leonard, Rose Red
Theatre is really difficult, so it's important that you have a director that kind of understands that and is really hands on.
I got my degree in theatre at a little school in Pennsylvania, Bloomsburg University. It was one of those situations where I went into the major because I loved it, but didn't really expect to see it as a moneymaking situation or career.
I pretty much got into theatre to do community theatre and things, but then I went to Williamstown and found an agent. I then went to New York and did a lot of theatre there, so I started doing only theatre.
There are a lot of pros to doing a film, as far as it helping your film career, and it is completely different financially. But theatre is the only place where you get to actually be the character, and nobody is going to come around and change it later.