Taylor Kitsch Net Worth

May 7, 2023
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Taylor Kitsch was born on the 8th April 1981, in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. He is probably best known as an actor for playing the role of Tim Riggins in the NBC TV series “Friday Night Lights” (2006-2011); he has also starred in a number of movies, such as “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009), “Savages” (2012), etc. He is also a former hockey player, who became one of the youngest cover models of Men’s Health magazine at age 25. He has been active since the early 2000s.

Have you ever wondered how rich Taylor Kitsch is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Taylor Kitsch’s net worth is over $8 million as of early 2016. Most of this amount is coming from his acting career, including his numerous appearances in movies and TV series.


Taylor Kitsch Net Worth $8 Million


Taylor Kitsch is the third child of Drew Kitsch, a constructor, and Susan Green, who worked for the BC Liquor Board. He was raised in Vancouver, with two older brothers, Daman and Brody, by their mother in a mobile home park, because his parents divorced when he was only one year old. Kitsch attended Gleneagle Secondary School in Conquitlam, and after graduation, he moved to Alberta to become a student of Nutritional Training at the University of Lethbridge. However, as a three-year-old boy, he had started playing junior ice hockey and had a wish to become a professional player. Kitsch played in the British Columbia Hockey League, for the Langley Hornets team, but soon he unfortunately suffered a serious knee injury so he was forced to abandon his dream of becoming a professional hockey player.

In 2002, Taylor moved to New York, as he managed to sign a contract with the IMG talent management group. However, as he had to wait two years for his first job as a model, during those two years Taylor took acting classes, and worked as a nutritionist and fitness trainer.

In 2004 Taylor moved to Los Angeles, and soon landed a modeling gig with Diesel, and additionally with Abercrombie & Finch. Soon Taylor gained needed attention from film producers thanks to his good looks, and with his acting lessons, it was only a matter of time before he made his screen debut. It finally happened in 2006, in the role of Colm in the TV series “Godiva`s”, but was soon followed by a role in the film “John Tucker Must Die”, and his most recognizable role of Tim Riggins in the TV series “Friday Nights Lights” (2006-2011). Furthermore, in the same year he was cast in the film “The Covenant”, in the role of Pogue Parry.

Taylor`s next assignment in the film industry was the role of Joel Herrod in the film “Gospel Hill” (2008), which featured Adam Baldwin in the lead role. In 2009, he was chosen to play Gambit in Gavin Hood`s film “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, alongside Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber and Ryan Reynolds, which increased his net worth by a large margin.

In 2010, Taylor was cast as one of the lead roles in the “The Bang Bang Club”, alongside Ryan Phillippe and Malin Akerman, which only helped him to increase his net worth further.

After the “Friday Nights Lights” ended in 2011, Taylor returned to auditions for films, and soon earned the title role in the film “John Carter” (2012), and the same year he was featured in the films “Battleship”, and “Savages”. The following year, Taylor appeared in the films “The Grand Seduction”, as Dr. Paul Lewis, and “Lone Survivor”, which was directed by Peter Berg, as Michael Murphy. All added considerably to his net worth.

His latest ventures in the film industry include appearances in the TV series “True Detective” (2015), and in the film “The Death And Life Of John F. Donowan”, which is scheduled for a 2016 release, and which will only add to his net worth.

When it comes to his personal life, Taylor Kitsch is very private, and thus little is known in the media about him. He is very devoted to pursuing his acting career, but.in his free time, Kitsch works with charity organizations. Currently he resides in Vancouver.

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