How Much is Zachary Quinto Net Worth and Income

Zachary Quinto Net Worth and Income

Zachary Quinto Net Worth : $ 14 million

Zachary Quinto is best known as an actor from America. You might ever watch him in Science Fiction Drama, “Heroes” (2006-2010). He played as Sylar. Besides, he also played in Star Trek (remake) and its sequels.  Zachary acted as Spock. Zachary Quinto net worth is around 14 million dollars.

Born in Pittsburgh, but Zachary grew up in Green Tree, Pennsylvania. He has lost his father when he was 7 years old due to the cancer. With his brother, Joe, they raised by their mother. His passion in acting has shown when he was in high school. Quinto attended Central Catholic High School. At that time, he ever participated in its musicals and he won the Gene Kelly Award for Best Supporting Actor. Since then he continued his passion by joining Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama.

He began his acting career on TV series as guest. Those included The Others, Touched by an Angel, etc. In 2003 he got 23 episodes in TV series “24”. And he finally got long appearances on popular TV series, “Heroes”. There h got 60 episodes.

The 41 years old actors also got some roles in the movies. And his first film was Star Trek (2009). He played as Spock. Some other movies he starred included Margin Call, We’ll Never Have Paris, Hitman: Agent 47, etc. This year, 2018, he got a role in amovie, Hotel Artemis as Crosby.

The Source of Zachary Quinto Net Worth

Most of his income was from his job as an actor. Zachary Quinto has starred several movies and TV series. And his appearance in HEROES, might the most notable source that gave him significant income. He also receive more money fro some guest appearances. Besides, he could reach success in the movie Star Trek. The film even got two more sequels. Zachary Quinto Net Worth reaches $ 14 million dollars. It could increase more.

 

 

 

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