Mark Salling Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Mark Salling Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Mark Salling Net Worth: Mark Salling is an American celebrity, singer songwriter, composer, and musician who has a net worth of $3 million. Mark Salling was born in Dallas, Texas in August 1982. He’s possibly famous for playing the character of Noah “Puck” Puckerman to the TV series Glee. His second studio album Pipe Dreams premiered in 2010. The record reached #5 on the United States Top Heatseekers chart. He’s soloed and dueted on many tunes for Glee including “Sweet Caroline”, “Good Vibrations”, and “Only the Good Die Young”. He appeared in a episode of Walker, Texas Ranger as well as the video The Graveyard. His best known character began in 2009 as Noah “Puck” Puckerman to the Fox television series Glee. In 2014 Salling starred in the TV movie Rocky Road. He was nominated for the exact same award in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Mark has additionally been nominated for three Teen Choice Awards.
August 17, 1982
Dallas, Texas, United States
6 ft (1.83 m)
Musician, Actor, Singer-songwriter, Composer
Culver Academies, Los Angeles College of Music, Lake Highlands High School
United States of America
Condy Sue Salling, John Salling
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Male Scene Stealer, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male, Teen Choice Award for Choice Most Fanatic Fans
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie, Glee Encore, The Graveyard, Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering
On December 29, 2015 Salling was arrested in connection with possession of child pornography. He was booked in downtown Los Angeles. Police obtained a warrant to search his house in Sunland, California where officers found hundreds of images on his computer. This was not his first brush with the law. He paid an ex-girlfriend $2.7 million for knocking her to the ground after she confronted him with a charge of sexual battery.
Originally lied about his age in his Glee (2009) audition -- he said he was 19, but he was really 26. Ryan Murphy finally called him out on this fib, but to Salling's relief his older age was preferred for the role.
He has English and German, and smaller amounts of Scottish, Dutch, and Irish, ancestry.
He has played piano since age 5, and he can also play drums, guitar, and bass.
Good friends of Dianna Agron, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Chord Overstreet.
Good friends with Rob Kardashian (Kim Kardashian's brother). They usually hang out together or play golf.
Top 40/70 in Sexiest & Hottest Men in 2011.
Has a dog named Noah Saw Salling and Lea Michele helped him pick out that name.
He has a dog named Hank.
Dianna Agron's nickname for him is 'Ookie'.
It took him 8 years to write the songs for his album Pipe Dreams.
Can play the guitar, piano, bass, and drums.
He has an active love of birds and wildlife and volunteers with the James Hunter Wildlife Rescue charity.
You don't really have time to watch TV if you work on TV.
I've been playing piano since I was 5, and started writing when I was 6 or 7. It was never a revelation I had, it was just what I did. Playing music was always a part of my life, I don't know anything else.
[on his hairstyle for Glee] I had knee surgery about four months before the audition, and I cut my hair in a mohawk. I don't know why, but I did. So I decided to do it again for this audition because of this part; maybe it would make me stand out from the rest of the guys. Lo and behold, it worked out. And now I'm stuck with it.
[on his most memorable moment filming Glee] I can think of two moments. One moment would be shooting a scene with Kristen Chenowith where she is singing. I was sitting right in front of her and she was just belting it out. She can let loose like no other! She's singing a song and it was pretty much directly to me. I was sitting right in front of her and she was singing it to the group of people I was in. It was one of those moments where I thought, "Wow! How did I end up here?" She is so beautiful and talented.