Jesse Metcalfe Net Worth

Net Worth:$7 Million
Date of Birth: December 9, 1978 (45 years old)
Height:5 ft 9 in (1.772 m)
Nationality:United States of America

What is Jesse Metcalfe’s Net Worth?

Jesse Metcalfe is an American actor who has a net worth of $7 million.

The television shows “Passions,” “Desperate Housewives,” and the reboot of “Dallas” are where Jesse Metcalfe gained recognition for his work. He also appeared in “Chase,” “Chesapeake Shores,” and the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel’s “Martha’s Vineyard Mysteries” series, among other well-known television projects.

The movies “John Tucker Must Die,” “Loaded,” the remake of “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt,” and the “Dead Rising” video game adaptations are just a few of the many movies in which Metcalfe has appeared as an actor.

Childhood and Education

Jesse Metcalfe was born on December 9, 1978, in Carmel Valley Village, California to Jeff and Nancy. He has English, Italian, Irish, French, and Portuguese ancestry.

As a teenager, Metcalfe went to the Williams School in New London, Connecticut, and played in a number of basketball leagues. He went on to attend New York University for a while but dropped out to commit to his acting career.

Television Career

In 1999, Jesse kickstarted his professional career on the NBC television soap opera “Passions.”

Up until 2004, he performed the role of Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald in the program. The “Desperate Housewives” ABC series gave Metcalfe his next significant role as John Rowland, a young gardener having an affair with Gabrielle Solis, a married housewife played by Eva Longoria.

Jesse made several appearances on the program from 2004 through 2007, and he later made one more appearance in 2009. The next year, he started playing a major role in the brief NBC police drama “Chase.”

On the TNT revival of the venerable primetime soap opera “Dallas,” which ran from 2012 to 2014, Jesse Metcalfe played Christopher Ewing. He shared the screen with Josh Henderson, Brenda Strong, Julie Gonzalo, Jordana Brewster, Patrick Duffy, and others.

Jesse Metcalfe began a long-term relationship with the Hallmark Channel in 2015 when he starred in the network’s made-for-TV romantic comedy “A Country Wedding.” He started as Trace Riley on the Hallmark Channel’s “Chesapeake Shores” series the following year; he left the program in 2021.

The show is based on Sherryl Woods’ eponymous novel series. Metcalfe appeared in the Hallmark Channel movies “Christmas Next Door” and “Christmas Under the Stars” while the show was in production.

Additionally, he started appearing as Boston detective Jeff Jackson in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel’s “Martha’s Vineyard Mysteries” television movie series.

Jesse has participated in seasons two of the British dance competition series “The Masked Dancer” and season 29 of the dance competition series “Dancing with the Stars” on television.

Personal Life

In 2006, Metcalfe started dating Irish singer, model, and actress Nadine Coyle. Two years later, the couple split. Metcalfe first met Cara Santana in 2009, and they became engaged in 2016. They ultimately called off their engagement.

In 2007, Metcalfe, who had previously struggled with alcoholism, checked himself into a rehab center to receive treatment.

Real estate

Jesse paid a little under $3 million for a house in Los Angeles in 2015. He obtained $3.675 million for this house in November 2020.

Jesse purchased a new LA property in the Hollywood Hills for $2.2 million not long after selling the aforementioned house.

Movie Career

In the teen comedy “John Tucker Must Die,” in which he played the title role, Metcalfe made his feature film debut in 2006.

Two years later, he appeared in three movies: “Loaded,” a crime thriller; “Insanitarium,” a direct-to-video horror movie; and “The Other End of the Line,” an Indian-American rom-com.

After that, Metcalfe appeared in the 2009 version of Fritz Lang’s noir “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” with Michael Douglas, Amber Tamblyn, and others.

The horror movie “The Tortured,” which also starred Erika Christensen, came after that. Metcalfe took a brief sabbatical from acting before making a comeback in the zombie action thriller “Dead Rising: Watchtower,” which is based on the “Dead Rising” video game franchise, playing investigative reporter Chase Carter.

It was made accessible on the streaming platform Crackle. The 2016 sequel “Dead Rising: Endgame” featured Metcalfe reprising his role.

In the same year, he also appeared as a police officer in the fantasy drama “Destined” and as a lawyer in the Christian sequel movie “God’s Not Dead 2.”

2018 saw Metcalfe star in both the horror film “The Ninth Passenger” and the direct-to-video prison thriller sequel “Escape Plan 2: Hades” with Sylvester Stallone.

The films “Cover Me” and “Hard Kill,” which both debuted in 2020, featured him as the lead. After that, Metcalfe worked with “Hard Kill” co-star Bruce Willis again in the action movie “Fortress.” In the 2022 sequel, “Fortress: Sniper’s Eye,” both actors returned to their roles.

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