Wyatt Russell Net Worth

April 5, 2023
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Wyatt Russell Hawn was born on 10th July 1986, in Los Angeles, California USA, of mixed Hungarian Jewish, German, English, Scottish and Irish ancestry, and is an actor, and a former ice hockey player. He has been seen in films including “Soldier”, “This Is 40” and “Love and Honour”, having been active in the entertainment industry since 1996.

How rich is the actor? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the overall size of Wyatt Russell net worth is as much as $4 million, as of the data presented in early 2018. Film and television are the main sources of Russell’s wealth.


Wyatt Russell Net Worth $4 million


To begin with, the boy was raised in Los Angeles, in the family of acting celebrities Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. Wyatt is known to have played in a number of amateur ice hockey teams, but quit his budding career because of multiple injuries.

Concerning his career as an actor, he debuted with an uncredited role of Orphan Boy in the film “Escape from L.A.” in 1996, then two years later had a minor role in what proved a commercial flop – the science fiction film “Soldier” directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. In 2006, the actor was seen in the short film “The Last Supper”, slowly adding to his net worth.

Wyatt appeared in the film “High School” (2010) which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and the same year created an episodic role in the cult series “Law & Order: LA”. In 2011, the actor portrayed Little Mickey in the film “Cowboys & Aliens” directed by Jon Favreau, and Flirty Hockey Player in the film “This Is 40” written, produced and directed by Judd Apatow. Moreover, Russell was cast as a main in the horror film “We Are What We Are” (2013), and in the romantic drama film “Love and Honour” (2013). Then he guest starred in the television series’ “Arrested Development” (2013) and “The Walking Dead: The Oath” (2013), before being nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the category of the Choice Breakout Star for his role of Zook in the film “22 Jump Street” (2014) by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller – the film was acclaimed by critics, and grossed $331.3 million at the box office. Additionally Russell interpreted Freddy in the crime drama “Cold in July” (2014) by Jim Mickle, and in 2016 starred in the feature films “Everybody Wants Some!!!” and “Folk Hero & Funny Guy”, as well as guest starring in the television series “Black Mirror”. Afterwards, Russell starred alongside Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen and Billy Magnussen in the black comedy film “Ingrid Goes West” (2017) by Matt Spicer, and was in the main casts of the films “Table 19” (2017), “Shimmer Lake” (2017) and “Goon: Last of the Enforcers” (2017).

In 2018, Russell will be seen in two feature films “Blaze” and “Overload”. The series “Lodge 49” is also scheduled to be released in 2018, in the above mentioned series Russell portrays Dud.

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, he has been married to the fashion designer Sanne Hamers since 2014, after a four-year courtship.

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