How Much is Wiseguy Star, Ken Wahl Net Worth and Income

ken wahl net worth

Ken Wahl net worth : 2 Million

Ken Wahl is a former American film and television actor. He is so popular in his era, 1980s and 1990s. Ken stole the media limelight for his role in the CBS television crime drama Wiseguy. Unfortunately, A severe injury he got in 1992 forced him to end his acting career so soon.  He married three times, and he currently lives with his wife, Shane Barbi. Kehn Wahl Net worth is estimated around $ 500.000.

In his earlier carrier, Ken got a role in a comedy film, The Wanderers. He played as Richie. Since than he starred some titles of movies and TV series too. Those included Running Scared, Race for the Yankee Zephyr, Gladiator, etc. He finally found a role that makes him notable by the public. He played in a TV series, Wiseguy, and got a role to play as Vinnie Terranova.

The Wiseguy ran for 4 season (75 episodes), and Kehn Wahl only played for 3 seasons. He was on the TV series for 65 episodes. For his excellent performance in the show, Ken became nominee for some classy awards including Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Award. In 1989 he got nominated in Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. In the same year, he was also a nominee of Golden Globe Award as Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series. And he finally won an award in 1990. He receive an award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series.

The source of Ken Wahl net worth

Almost of his income was from all the TV and movie appearance. He has starred some movies and TV shows along his career. And his performance in Wiseguy brought him to wealth and clean. Unfortunately he need to stop his acting career due to  unwanted injury. So far, kehn Wahl net worth is around $ 2 Million,

Short Info about Ken Wahl Bio

Full NameKenneth M. Wahl
Place, Date of BirthIllinois, February 14, 1957
Height-
NationalityUS
Social Media-
Net Worth$ 2 million

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