Jan-Michael Vincent Net Worth

April 18, 2024
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Jan-Michael Vincent was born on the 15th July 1944 in Denver, Colorado USA, and is a retired actor, probably still best known for appearing in the role of helicopter pilot Stringfellow Hawke in the TV series “Airwolf”, which was aired from 1984 to 1986, and playing the protagonist in the film “Big Wednesday” (1978). His career in entertainment was active from 1967 to 2002.

Have you ever wondered how rich Jan-Michael Vincent is, as of 2017? It has been estimated from sources that the overall size of Jan-Michael’s net worth is $250,000. However, his net worth was larger, but his problems with alcohol and the law have had a negative effect on his wealth.


Jan-Michael Vincent Net Worth $250,000


Jan-Michael Vincent is the child of Doris and Lloyd Vincent; when he was still young his family moved to Hanford, California, where he attended elementary and high school, which he finished in 1963. After that, he enrolled at Ventura College, then while he was finishing a stint in the National Guard, he was spotted by a talent scout, and in no time he started pursuing a professional acting career.

Vincent`s acting career began in the late 1960s, with a role in the film “The Bandits” (1967), which was soon followed by roles in such productions as “Lassie” (1968), “The Banana Splits Adventure Hour” (1968-1969), “Bonanza” (1968-1969), and “The Survivors” (1969). In the 1970s, Jan-Michael emerged as a relatively young and talented actor, which certainly helped his career. During the 1970s, he featured in several high profile films and TV series, which increased his net worth to a large degree. Some of the productions in which he appeared include “The Mechanic” (1972), “The World’s Greatest Athlete” (1973), “Bite the Bullet” (1975), “Vigilante Force” (1976), “Big Wednesday” (1978), “Baby Blue Marine” (1976), and “Damnation Alley” (1977) among others, all of which added to his net worth.

In the 1980s, he continued to line up success after success, appearing in such productions as “The Winds of War” (1983), “Airwolf” (1984-1986), “Dirty Games” (1989), “Born in East L.A.” (1987), “Enemy Territory” (1987), “Tarzan in Manhattan” (1989), and “Six Against the Rock” (1987).

The 1990s didn’t change much, he established himself as a successful actor, and was able easily to land new roles, which only added to his net worth. In the first half of the 1990s, he featured in such films as “The Final Heist” (1991), “Animal Instincts” (1992), “Indecent Behavior” (1993), “Deadly Heroes” (1993), “Hidden Obsession” (1993), and “Body Count” (1995), In the second half, his popularity began to decline, landing only cameo roles, but featured in the “Buffalo ’66” (1998), with Vincent Gallo and Christina Ricci in lead roles. Before he retired from acting in 2002, he featured in films “Escape To Grizzly Mountain” (2000), “Menace” (2002), and “White Boy” (2002), which also added to his net worth.

Jan-Michael was rewarded for is acting by receiving several nominations and awards, including the nomination a the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television for his work on “Winds of War”, and winning the Bronze Wrangler by Western Heritage Awards for his work on “Bite The Bullet”.

Regarding his personal life, Jan-Michael Vincent has been married to Patricia Ann since 2000. Previously, he was married twice, firstly to Bonnie Portman (1974-75), with whom he has a daughter, and then to Joanne Robinson(1986-97). It is known that he has a problem with alcoholism, and due to that he has been arrested several times, including for DUI, and after one such incident spent 60 days in jail. He had his right leg amputated in 2012 following complications with artery disease, and now utilises a prosthetic limb or wheelchair. He currently lives in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

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