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Carmine Dominick Giovinazzo was born on the 24th August 1973, in Staten Island, New York City, USA, and is an actor as well as a musician, writer and even painter, but most famous for portraying Detective Danny Messer in CBS TV’s crime drama series “CSI: NY”. Apart from this, he is also widely recognized for his appearances in movies such as “For Love of the Game” (1999) and “Black Hawk Down” (2001), as well as in another TV series – “Graceland”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this multi talented artist has accumulated so far? How rich Carmine Giovinazzo is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Carmine Giovinazzo’s net worth, as of mid-2017, revolves around the sum of $4 million,cacquired through his career in the moviemaking industry which has been active since 1996, and with a reputed salary of $75,000 per “CSI: NY” episode.
Carmine Giovinazzo Net Worth $4 million
Carmine was born to Nancy and Dominick Giovinazzo and is of Italian, English, Norwegian and even Native American ancestry. He attended Port Richmond High School where he excelled at baseball. He later enrolled at Wagner College on a baseball scholarship, but a professional baseball career never happened due to a severe back injury, which took this dream away. Eventually, he turned himself toward acting, and after graduation spent some time with HB Studios where he honed his acting skills and primarily volunteered in several of its productions including starring in short motion picture “Conception” (1996) which provided the basis for his net worth.
In 1997, he relocated to Los Angeles, California, and was cast for the first kill victim in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” TV series. After this, his career became more lively, and he appeared in more demanding roles through the rest of the 1990s, including movies “The South End” (1997), “Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss” (1998) and “The Learning Curve” as well as “Pacific Blue” and the “Shasta McNasty” TV series. His first really notable role came in 1999, opposite Kevin Costner and John C. Reilly in the sport drama movie “For Love of the Game”. This was followed by the role of Goodale in Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning war drama “Black Hawk Dawn” in 2001. All these engagements helped Carmine Giovinazzo to increase his net worth by a large margin.
In 2003 Carmine appeared in the gangster drama movie “Red Zone” while in 2004 he starred in the WWII drama movie “In Enemy Hands”. However, the real breakthrough in his acting career occurred later that year when he was cast for the one of the leading roles in the “CSI: NY” TV series, appearing in the role of Detective Danny Messer in 197 episodes through the show’s nine seasons to 2013. It is certain that this, almost ten-year-long performance provided the majority of Carmine Giovinazzo’s revenues.
Carmine Giovinazzo has also appeared in several memorable motion pictures such as “Platonically Incorrect” (2003), “Life Is Hot in Cracktown” and “Duke” (2013), and other TV series “Rude Awakening”, “Columbo”, “The Guardian” and “CSI: Miami”. Some of the most recent of Carmine’s acting engagements include the roles of Lieutenant Sid Markham in the TV drama series “Graceland”, and Andrew Meeks in the “Criminal Minds” TV series. Doubtlessly, all these performances have helped Carmine Giovinazzo to dramatically increase his wealth.
When it comes to his personal life, Carmine Giovinazzo was married to actress Vanessa Marcil, between 2010 and 2013, which ended in divorce.
When not acting, Carmine loves to spend his time painting and writing poetry. One of his oil paintings, appeared in one episode of “CSI: NY”. He is also an avid musician, and currently serves as a frontman for the band Ceesau, which has released one album so far, “Era of the Exposed” in 2008.