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|Birth date:||February 22, 1962|
|Birth place:||Encino, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Spouse:||Gina Rivadenegry (m. 1989–1990)|
|Parents:||John Wayne, Pilar Pallete|
|Siblings:||Patrick Wayne, Michael Wayne, Aissa Wayne, Marisa Wayne, Melinda Wayne Munoz, Mary Antonia Wayne LaCava|
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John Ethan Wayne was born on the 22nd February 1962, in Encino, California USA, and is an actor, perhaps still best known to the world for portraying Officer Matt Doyle in the TV series “The New Adam-12” (1989-1991). Also, he is the son of famous actor John Wayne and his third wife Pilar Pllete Wayne. His career began in 1970, and ended in 2003.
Have you ever wondered how rich Ethan Wayne is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Ethan`s net worth is as high as $3 million, an amount earned through his career in the entertainment industry.
Ethan Wayne Net Worth $3 Million
Apparently named after his father John Wayne’s character in the award-winning film “The Searchers”, Ethan was raised in Newport Beach not far from his father work in Hollywood, and spent a lot of time with his father indulging in sea sports. It was probably only a matter of time before he would have his first experience in acting, and it came quite quickly for Ethan, as he was cast in his father`s film “Big Jake” in 1971, when he was just nine years of age. However, he then focused on education and later stunt work, but returned in 1981 as a stuntman with a role in “The Blues Brothers”, followed by a part in the horror “Scream”, and also the same year featured in the comedy “Longshot”, all of which increased his net worth.
In 1984 Ethan was cast in Gordon Hessler`s “California Cowboys”, with Timothy Van Patten and Jimmy McNichol, and later in the year he secured the lead role in the Fabrizio De Angelis` film “The Manhunt”, with Henry Silva and Bo Svenson. He then continued to appear in films, and appeared in such productions as “Operation Nam” (1986), and in Burt Kennedy`s “The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory” in 1987, starring James Arness, Brian Keith and Alec Baldwin. Also that year, Ethan was selected for the role of Storm Logan in the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful”, appearing in numerous episodes intermittently until his retirement in 2003, which added considerably to his net worth.
In 1989, Ethan portrayed Matt Doyle in “The New Adam-12” (1989-1991), and in 1996 featured in “Witness Run”. Before his retirement, Ethan also showed his skills in “Bombshell” (1997), “The Last Embrace” (1997), and “Comanche” (2000), which also added significantly to his net worth.
Ethan seemed to lose his enthusiasm for acting, and since 2003 he has served as the manager of John Wayne Enterprises, and as the director of the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Furthermore, he also founded Team DUKE, which is a fundraising program particularly for the aforementioned charity. In 2014, he was seen as a John Wayne memorabilia expert in the “Dog Day Afternoon” episode of the “Pawn Stars” series aired on the History Channel.
Regarding his personal life, Ethan was married to Gina Rivadenegry for only a year, between 1989 and 1990. There are no public details of any more recent relationships.
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|The Bold and the Beautiful||1987-2003||TV Series||Storm Logan|
|Ma il buon Dio è proprio in gamba?||1998||Gary Clemons|
|The Last Embrace||1997||Webster|
|Bombshell||1997||Cop No. 4|
|Suddenly Susan||1997||TV Series||Dr. Byron Glaser|
|Witness Run||1996||TV Movie||Harrison Scott|
|Beyond the Horizon||1994||TV Series||Juan Pedraza|
|Piazza di Spagna||1993||TV Mini-Series||Arnaldo|
|Missione d'amore||1992-1993||TV Mini-Series||Giorgio|
|The New Adam-12||1989-1991||TV Series||Officer Matt Doyle / Matt Doyle|
|Jesse Hawkes||1989||TV Series|
|The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory||1987||TV Movie||Edward Taylor|
|The Best Times||1985||TV Series||Bodie Oates|
|The Manhunt||1984||Stranger (as John Ethan Wayne)|
|Knight Rider||1984||TV Series||Danny Duvall|
|B.J. and the Bear||1981||TV Series||Eric Jeffers|
|Big Jake||1971||Little Jake McCandles|
|The Return of the Living Dead||1985||stunts|
|The Blues Brothers||1980||stunts|
|The Dying Western||2009||Short special thanks|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|CBS This Morning||2014||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Pawn Stars||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|The Personal Property of John Wayne||2011||Video documentary||Himself|
|The Duke at Fox||2011||Documentary short||Himself|
|100 Years of John Wayne||2007||TV Short documentary||Himself|
|John Wayne: On Board with the Duke||1997||Video documentary||Himself|
|The (New) $25,000 Pyramid||1987||TV Series||Himself|
|Hollywood Greats||1984||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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|1||He has been President of John Wayne Enterprises since the death of his older half-brother, Michael Wayne in 2003.|
|2||Nephew of Robert E. Morrison|
|3||Uncle of Brendan Wayne|
|4||Brother of Aissa Wayne and Marisa Wayne|
|5||Along with the Flynns (Errol Flynn and Sean Flynn), John and Ethan Wayne comprise one of the rare father-son teams involved in on-screen whippings. John was bound to a yoke and lashed in 1955's The Conqueror (1956) and Ethan was tied by his wrists in a barn and flogged in 1985's The Manhunt (1984).|
|6||Named after the character his father played in The Searchers (1956).|
|7||Half-brother of Patrick Wayne, Michael Wayne, Toni Wayne, and Melinda Wayne|
|8||Son of John Wayne and Pilar Wayne.|
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