John Carroll Lynch is an American character actor, screenwriter and film director. He is very famous for his appearance in movies and TV series such as American Horror Story franchise, Zodiac, Fargo, Bubble Boy, The Drew Carey Show, Gran Torino, Shutter Island, Ted 2, and Big Sky.
What is his Height? His Age, Parents & Siblings
John Carroll Lynch is 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 meters) tall.
He was born on August 1, 1963, in Boulder, Colorado under the birth sign Leo and raised in nearby Denver, Colorado. So as of now he is 57 years old. He is of American nationality while his ethnicity is missing.
Regarding education, he completed his schooling from Regis Jesuit High School. Later on he went to The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. from where he graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1986.
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Personal Life: Married, Wife and Kids
The 57-years-old, John Carroll Lynch is a married man. He has shared the wedding vows with actress Brenda Wehle in 1997 and since then they are together. His wife is very famous for her work in movies such as Let Me In, American Beauty, and St. Vincent.
Together the pair have shared kids but he is the stepfather of two from his wife’s previous marriage.
How Much Is John Carroll Lynch’s Net worth?
John Carroll Lynch has a net worth of $3 million as of 2021 from his career as a actor. He has been involved in the acting sector since early 90s and has more than 120 on-screen acting credit in his name.
He started his acting career as a member of the Guthrie Theater Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After spending more than eight years with a theatre company, he made his first on-screen appearance in 1993 from his appearance in the comedy movie named Grumpy Old Men. His career started getting notable after he was cast in the Coen Brothers‘ 1996 cult hit Fargo as Norm Gunderson.
After this, he has worked in several movies and series such as Zodiac, Gran Torino, Frasier, The Drew Carey Show, American Horror Story: Freak Show, K-Ville, The Glades, Body of Proof, Private Life, The Highwaymen, Channel Zero: The No-End House, American Horror Story: 1984, One Dollar, Veep, and Big Sky.