Kevin Sorbo

Net Worth: $14'000'000

Kevin Sorbo

$14'000'000

Kevin Sorbo is an actor who is best known for his starring roles in the television series “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” and “Andromeda. ” Kevin Sorbo has a net worth of $14’000’000. He has also been in Christian films, including “God’s Not Dead” and “Let There Be Light. ” Sorbo is notorious for his outrageous beliefs, including the debunked conspiracy theory that liberals were responsible for the 2021 attack of the US Capitol. Table of Contentedly Life and Career Beginnings Breakthrough as Hercules Further Television Career Film Career Personal Life and Health Political and Religious Views Real Estate Early Life and Career Beginnings Kevin Sorbo was born in 1958 in Mound. He is of Norwegian ancestry. For his higher education, he went to Minnesota State University Muirhead, where he majored in advertising and marketing. To help pay for his tuition, Sorbo did some work as a model for television and print advertisements. By the mid-80s, he was traveling around Europe and Australia, appearing in television commercials. Among the brands he promoted was Jim Beam bourbon whiskey. Sorbo made his acting debut in 1988, playing the role of Barry in an episode of the HBO sitcom “1st & Ten. ” In The early 90s. ” Breakthrough as Hercules In 1994, Sorbo debuted his breakthrough role as the Ancient Greek mythical demigod Hercules in a series of five television films. The films were “Hercules and The Amazon Women. ” The major rating success of these films spawned the television series “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”, which began airing in syndication in January 1995. It ended up running for six seasons, making Sorbo an international star in the process. Additionally. The success of “Hercules” led to The popular spinoff series “Lena: Warrior Princess. Sorbo appeared as Hercules in two episodes of “Lena. ” Further Television Career Following the end of “Hercules”, Sorbo played the leading role of Captain Dylan Hunt in the science-fiction drama series “Andromeda”, which ran from 2’000 to 2005. During this time, he also appeared in four episodes of “Dharma & Greg” and was in episodes of “According to Jim” and “Hope & Faith. ” In 2006, Sorbo took on a recurring role in the final season of “The O. C”. The next year. ” Sorbo’s subsequent credits included the television films “Something Beneath” and “Never Cry Werewolf”; the ABC Family series “The Middleman”; and the CBS sitcom “Gary Unmarried. ” In The early 2010s. ” He also made appearances as himself on the shows “The Guild” and “Don’t Trust the B in Apartment 23. ” In 2017, Sorbo portrayed King Bar And of Data on the CW series “Supergirl. ” Film Career Sorbo made his feature film debut in 1993 with a supporting role in “Slaughter of the Innocents. ” Four years later, he had his first leading role in the fantasy film “Full the Conqueror. ” In The 2’000s. ” Other credits around this time included “Meet the Spartans. ” Sorbo had a prolific run of roles in the 2010s. Among his credits was “What If. ” Additionally, Sorbo starred in five direct-to-video fantasy films in the “Mythical” series: “A Quest for Heroes”, “The Dark spore”, “The Necromancer”, “The Iron Crown”, and “The God slayer. ” It was during this time that the actor also got heavily involved in Christian-themed films, such as “God’s Not Dead” and “Let There Be Light”, the latter of which he also directed. Another Christian film he was in, called “The Girl Who Believes in Miracles”, came out in 2021. Frederick M. Brown/Getty ImagesPersonal Life and Health In 1998, Sorbo wed actress Sam Jenkins, whom he had met the previous year while filming “Hercules. ” Together, they have three children: Braeden, Shane, and Octavia. Sorbo and his wife own a home in Park City. Aegis Deer Valley resort. While on a publicity tour in 1997, Sorbo suffered an aneurysm in his shoulder that resulted in four strokes. He was weakened for many years and was left with a permanent 10% loss of vision. Sorbo went on to raise awareness about stroke and received the Public Leadership in Neurology Award from the American Academy of Neurology for his efforts. Political and Religious Views Sorbo has drawn much criticism and notoriety for his outlandish and dangerous political beliefs. He is a supporter of Donald Trump and has perpetuated the disproven conspiracy theory that liberals led the attempted insurrection at the US Capitol in 2021. Previously, Sorbo received backlash for asserting that Jews were responsible for killing Jesus, a statement he made in defense of Mel Gibson’s film “The Passion of the Christ. ” Real Estate In 2001, Kevin paid $900’000 for a 12,500 square-foot mansion in the Hamptons’ hamlet of Bridgehampton. In 2014, he was renting the house for as much as $275’000 per month in the summer months. At one point, a renter was busted using the house to throw massive for-profit parties at the mansion. The town had to step in and order Sorbo to put an end to the parties. In 2012 Kevin put the home on the market for $10’500’000. That number proved to be optimistic. He removed the listing and then re-listed it in 2017 for $6’500’000 to $4.9’000’000, then back up to $5.3’000’000. As of this writing, he still owns the 5-acre estate: In 2008, Kevin paid $3.2’000’000 for a home in Westlake Village. He listed this home for sale in 2014 for $4’500’000. As of this writing, the home is still for sale with an asking price of $3.4’000’000.

ID: 1063888
Published: 19/08/2022
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Sep 24, 1958
Male
6829
Actor, Voice Actor, Model, TV Producer, Film Producer, Spokesperson, Bouncer
United States of America

Present Rank:

6829

Historical Rank:

8631

Date of Birth:

Sep 24, 1958

Date of Death:

Age:

64

Profession:

Actor, Voice Actor, Model, TV Producer, Film Producer, Spokesperson, Bouncer

Nationality:

United States of America

Gender:

Male

Height:

1.91m

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$4’000’000
RANK
#12088
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