John Wesley Shipp Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
John Wesley Shipp Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
John Wesley Shipp Net Worth: John Wesley Shipp is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Shipp was born in Norfolk, Virginia in January 1955. He starred as the title character on the TV series The Flash from 1990 to 1991. From 1994 to 1995 Shipp played Lucky Williams to the show Sisters. He starred as Mitch Leery from 1998 to 2001 to the show Dawson’s Creek. He’s scheduled to play Henry Allen in the 2014 The Flash show on the CW network. He’s scheduled to play The President of the United States in the coming Golden Shoes.
January 22, 1955
Norfolk, Virginia, United States
6 ft (1.854 m)
United States of America
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Golden Shoes, Christie's Revenge, Starcrossed, Second to Die, Road Rage, Baby of the Bride, The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter, Soft Deceit, Karma Police
As the World Turns, Dawson's Creek, Sisters, The Flash
Has played two versions of the Flash: Barry Allen in the 90's TV series, and Jay Garrick, the Golden Age Flash, in the 2015 series. Shipp also plays Barry Allen's father, Henry Allen, in the latter show.
Was able to land two Broadway roles, in the award-winning "Dancing at Lughnasa," and as Harvey Feirstein's love interest in "Safe Sex," his Broadway debut.
His father was the Minister at Ridgecrest Baptist Church when he was attending High School in Wake Forest, NC. One night while some friends of his were visiting, gunshots were fired through the brick walls of his house. It is assumed that it was the KKK who fired the shots, because a few of those friends were African American. If you can find the old T.V. guide from around that time, John gave an interview where he talked about the incident.
He played Barry Allen / The Flash in The Flash (1990) and his father Henry Allen in The Flash (2014).
Lived in New York City to study acting following college and earned his first daytime claim to fame playing Dr. Kelly Nelson on Guiding Light (1952) in 1980.
A dark and handsome 1980s soap hunk who made a bid for prime time success by embodying comic book superhero The Flash in The Flash (1990). He made a bigger impact playing Dawson Leery's father on Dawson's Creek (1998).