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Born Ian Stuart Bohen on the 24th September 1976 in Carmel-by-Sea, California USA, he is an actor, best known to the world from playing Peter Hale in the TV series “Teen Wolf”, and as Young Wyatt Earp in the film “Wyatt Earp”, among many other differing roles he has secured so far in his career.
Have you ever wondered how rich Ian Bohen is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Bohen’s net worth is as high as $600,000, an amount earned through his successful career, active since the early ‘90s.
Ian Bohen Net Worth $600,000
There is no information in regards to Ian’s early life and education, except that he was raised in his home town.
He made his acting debut in 1992 with a one-off appearance in the TV series “The Torkelsons”, while in 1993 he featured in the short film “Delivering”, directed by Todd Field. In 1994 he played Young Wyatt in the biopic entitled “Wyatt Earp”, which won an Academy Award nomination and several other prestigious awards. He spent the rest of the ‘90s appearing in one-off roles in such TV series as “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”, “Boy Meets World”, and “Picket Fences”, among others, and played Young Hercules in several episodes of the TV series “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” from 1997 until 1998, at least laying the basis of his net worth.
Also in 1998, he started portraying Johnny O’Brien in the TV series “Any Day Now”, and until 2001 featured in 15 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated drama series, which only increased his net worth.
He didn’t have much success in the early 2000s, until in 2006 he appeared in the sci-fi comedy-drama film “Special”, starring Michael Rapaport, Paul Blackthorne and Josh Peck, which only contributed to his net worth. Ian waited for five years for his next notable role, but the wait eventually paid off, since the role of Peter Hale in the TV action drama series “Teen Wolf” (2011-2017) became one of his most prominent roles, as he appeared in 42 episodes of the highly-acclaimed series, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.
Concurrently, in 2012 Ian played Pete Gillies in the TV series “Breakout Kings”, and had a minor role in the highly-acclaimed film “The Dark Knight Rises”, starring Christian Bale, Tom Hardy and Ann Hathaway, while two years later he portrayed Edwin Stillwell in the TV crime-drama series “Chicago P. D.”. More recently, in 2017 he played Evan in the crime-drama film “Wind River”, with Kelsey Asbille, Jeremy Renner and Julia Jones as the stars of the film, which also contributed to his net worth.
He is now working on several projects, including the TV drama series “Yellowstone”, the action drama film “Sicario 2: Soldado”, and as one of the lead characters in the drama “Little Women”, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, all scheduled for release late in 2018.
When it comes to his personal life, Ian has been in a relationship with actress Eliza Cummings since 2014. Previously, he had been seen with several other beauties, including Holland Roden, Adelaide Kane, Sierra Love, and others. Ian is an LGBT supporter, and has been a strong vocal advocate for LGBT equality.
|Date Of Birth||September 24, 1976|
|Place Of Birth||Carmel-by-Sea, California USA|
|Movies||Pearl Harbor, Monster Mash, If These Walls Could Talk, The Dark Knight Rises, Wind River, Irreversi, 5 Souls, Wyatt Earp, Hometown Legend, Vile, Marigold|
|TV Shows||Teen Wolf,|
|Teen Wolf||2011-2017||TV Series||Peter Hale|
|Chicago P.D.||2014||TV Series||Edwin Stillwell|
|Beauty and the Beast||2014||TV Series||Pete Franco|
|The Client List||2013||TV Series||Adam|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2013||TV Series||Thomas Pope / Jonathan Harris|
|Major Crimes||2012||TV Series||Daniel Dunn|
|The Dark Knight Rises||2012||Cop with Gordon|
|Breakout Kings||2012||TV Series||Pete Gillies|
|The Mentalist||2012||TV Series||Richard Eldridge|
|Fanboy||2011||Short||Craft Maitre D'|
|Body of Proof||2011||TV Series||Mitch Barnes|
|Drop Dead Diva||2011||TV Series||Handsome Man|
|CSI: Miami||2010||TV Series||Doug|
|Prison Break||2009||TV Series||Darrin Hooks|
|Mad Men||2007||TV Series||Roy Hazelitt|
|Joan of Arcadia||2004||TV Series||Peter|
|Cold Case||2004||TV Series||Nelson Miller 1943|
|JAG||2004||TV Series||Petty Officer Thurmond|
|Hometown Legend||2002||Brian Schuler|
|Pearl Harbor||2001||Radar Operator #2|
|Any Day Now||1998-2001||TV Series||Johnny O'Brien / Young Johnny O'Brien|
|To Have & to Hold||1998||TV Series||Reed Sanderson|
|Young Hercules||1998||Video||Young Hercules|
|Hercules: The Legendary Journeys||1997-1998||TV Series||Young Hercules|
|Dawson's Creek||1998||TV Series||Anderson Crawford|
|Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||1998||TV Series||Son (segment: The Gun) / Son|
|Baywatch Nights||1997||TV Series||Teen Lilly|
|If These Walls Could Talk||1996||TV Movie||Scott Barrows (segment "1974")|
|Picket Fences||1996||TV Series||Russell 'Doze' Feuer|
|Her Last Chance||1996||TV Movie||Matt Arnold|
|Boy Meets World||1996||TV Series||Denny|
|Monster Mash: The Movie||1995||Scott (Romeo)|
|Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman||1995||TV Series||Cole Younger|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||1995||TV Series||Keith Reno|
|Weird Science||1994||TV Series||Jeremy Scanlon|
|Wyatt Earp||1994||Young Wyatt|
|The Torkelsons||1992||TV Series||Capulet|
|The Tow||2016||Short story|
|The Juilliard of Broken Dreams||2015||Short director of photography completed|
|MTV Fandom Awards||2016||TV Movie||Himself - Winner|
|Wolf Watch||2014||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Guest|
|Teen Wolf Revelations||2013||TV Series||Himself|
2nd Place Awards
|2009||Action on Film Award||Action on Film International Film Festival, USA||Male Action Performer of the Year||Interpretation (2008)|