|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Date of Birth:||July 27, 1968 (54 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession:||Actor and Model|
What are Julian McMahon’s net worth and salary?
Julian McMahon is an Australian Actor who has a net worth of $16 million. He became well known through his appearance in numerous movies like “Fantastic Four,” “Premonition,” “Prisoner” and a lot more.
As Dr. Christian Troy in “Nip/Tuck,” Cole Turner in “Will and Grace,” and Guy in “Profiler,” Julian has also played a number of parts in television programs (John Grant).
Over the course of his acting career, Julian McMahon has appeared in a few soap operas, such as “Another World” and the Australian soap “The Power, The Passion.” He debuted in 2019 as Jess LaCroix in the CBS “FBI” series.
On the 27th of July 1968, Julian McMahon was birthed in Sydney, Australia to a well-known politician who later became Prime Minister of Australia in 1971 Sir Williams McMahon, and an heiress and socialite name Lady Sonia McMahon.
Both Deborah and Melinda, his younger sister, are named after famous women.
At Sydney Grammar School, which was exclusively for boys, Julian received his education. In his early adult years, he spent a brief period of time each at the Universities of Sydney and Wollongong.
Julian subsequently left school nonetheless since he was bored with his studies.
Julian kickstarted his modeling career after being a college dropout. Fashion capitals like New York, Milan, Paris, and London are some of the locations he has modeled in. Additionally, McMahon acted in a few Levi’s advertisements in Australia.
In the 1992 comedy “Wet and Wild Summer,” Julian McMahon made his big-screen debut opposite Christopher Atkins and Elliott Gould. The next year, in 1996, he starred in “Magenta.”
Julian made a comeback to the big screen with a supporting role in the psychological thriller “Chasing Sleep” after a further four-year absence.
Before he appeared in the comedy “Meet Market,” another four years passed. He made his acting debut as the villainous Doctor Doom in the Marvel Comics superhero movie “Fantastic Four” in 2005.
The follow-up, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer,” was published in 2007, and Julian would make a reappearance. He appeared in “Premonition,” a 2007 supernatural thriller featuring Sandra Bullock.
In the action comedy “Red,” McMahon assumed the role of fictitious US Vice President Robert Stanton at the beginning of the decade. He then played in the thrillers “Fire with Fire” and “Paranoia,” as well as the horror movies “Faces in the Crowd” and “Bait 3D.”
McMahon made an appearance in the drama “You’re Not You” in 2014, which was based on Michelle Wildgen’s self-titled book. He appeared in “Swinging Safari,” a comedy, and “Monster Party,” a horror film, four years later.
One of McMahon’s other credits is the film The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat, which is based on the Edward Kelsey Moore novel of the same name.
Career in Television
“The Power, The Passion,” an Australian television soap opera, was where McMahon made his acting debut in 1989. After that, he played Ben Lucini from 1990 to 1991 in “Home and Away,” another Australian serial drama.
When McMahon joined the cast of “Another World” as Ian Rain in 1993, he transitioned to American soap operas.
Later on, he began playing Detective John Grant in the NBC crime drama series “Profiler,” which ran for four seasons from 1996 to 2000.
On the fantasy series “Charmed,” McMahon played Cole Turner in his subsequent major role.
Julian McMahon had a three-episode storyline in the third season of the anthology series “Full Circle,” which debuted a few years after the conclusion of “Nip/Tuck.” After that, he made an appearance in the Syfy miniseries “Childhood’s End.”
Julian McMahon appeared in the brief-lived series “Hunters” in 2016 while still with the Syfy network. He appeared on “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” on BBC America that same year in a recurring capacity.
He portrayed Jonah in “Runaways,” a Hulu series based on the Marvel Comics superhero group, from 2017 to 2018. His subsequent appearance was as Special Agent Jess LaCroix in a cameo role on the CBS criminal thriller series “FBI.”
For the first three seasons of the spinoff series “FBI: Most Wanted” in 2020, McMahon returned the part and served as the show’s lead actor.
Julian McMahon married Dannii Minogue in 1994 after first meeting her on the set of “Home and Away” a few years before.
After only 18 months together, the couple became divorced, in part because of Minogue’s hostile relationship with McMahon’s mother.
Madison, his only child with Brooke Burns, an actress, and former model, was born to him. 1999 saw their wedding and 2001 saw their divorce. He wed Kelly Paniagua, a writer of children’s books, in 2014.
Just below the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles, Julian purchased $700,000 in May 1997 for a house. In 2015, for $2.3 million, he listed the house. A month after listing, he took $2.18 million.
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