Gabriel Wilhoit Amis Mick was born on the 14th May 1972 in Middlebury, Vermont, USA, and as Gabriel Mann is an actor and model, best known for his role as Nolan Ross in ABC’s series “Revenge” (2011-2015). Mann has also co-starred in such movies as “The Bourne Identity” (2002), “The Life of David Gale” (2003), and “The Bourne Supremacy” (2004). Mann’s career started in 1995.
Have you ever wondered how rich Gabriel Mann is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Gabriel Mann’s net worth is as high as $2 million, earned through his successful acting career. In addition to appearing in both TV and film, Mann also worked as a model which has improved his wealth.
Gabriel Mann Net Worth $2 Million
Gabriel Mann is a son of Stephen Smith Mick, a sociology professor, and Alice Jo, an attorney, and has a sister, Alexandra Mann. While living in New Haven, Gabriel went to the Educational Center for the Arts, and played a fish in a school play when he was 12. Mann later spent two years with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in New York, before he started working as a model.
Mann had his on-screen debut in 1995 in John G. Young’s Drama-romance “Parallel Sons”, and soon after he had a role in Nigel Finch’s comedy “Stonewall” (1995). Later, Mann was cast in “I Shot Andy Warhol” (1996) starring Lili Taylor, Jared Harris, and Martha Plimpton, and “Harvest of Fire” (1996) with Lolita Davidovich. He also appeared in one episode of “ER” (1997), and in “Heart Full of Rain” (1997). At the end of the ’90’s, Mann played in “How to Make the Cruelest Month” (1998), “High Art” (1998) starring Radha Mitchell, Ally Sheedy, and Patricia Clarkson, and “Great Expectations” (1998) with Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Hank Azaria, which added to his net worth.
Later in the decade, Mann had roles in “The Life of David Gale” (2003) with Kevin Spacey, Kate Winslet, Laura Linney, “The Bourne Supremacy” (2004), ‘A Lot Like Love” (2005) starring Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet, and “The Rainbow Tribe” (2008). Gabriel also appeared in four episodes of the hit series “Mad Man” in 2008, but his most distinctive role came in “Revenge” (2011-2015) in which he played Nolan Ross in 89 episodes. The success of the series generated more money to his bank account and made him a millionaire.
Most recently, Mann worked on the TV movie “Revenge: The First Chapter” (2012), Diego Luna’s biography-drama “Cesar Chavez” (2014) starring Michael Peña, America Ferrera, and Rosario Dawson, and currently in the Showtime series “Ray Donovan” (2016 – ).
Regarding his personal life, Gabriel Mann appears to be engaged after being spotted in August 2016 wearing an engagement ring. Although there were rumours that he was gay, Mann and his unknown beloved apparently held an intimate morning ceremony at a secret location.
I play Father Francis in 'The Exorcist Prequel.' It's fantastic. We are shooting in Morrocco and Rome. Paul Schrader is directing; Stellan Skarsgard plays the younger Max Von Sydow character. It's just a fantastic script. It's a very eerie, very scary script. It encomposes a growing dread that I think is really appropriate for the film.
I think you kind of hope for people to gush over movies, but I think the opposite way is great sometimes, too. I'd rather have a movie that you're angry about and that you're talking about the next day, than something you forget about when the popcorn goes into the trash.
Nolan has the strangest affect on people. You know, I think there's something very sad and little boy about him, but at the same time the way he goes about everything is so awkward and obnoxious. He can never say the right thing, you know? And I think if he just didn't try so hard and calmed down, people might actually like him a bit more!
Whenever somebody hates you too much it usually means they have deeper feelings for you because nobody bothers to hate you unless they actually feel something.
But TV has changed completely. It's not until you come into people's homes that everyone says, 'You're a success now.'
I do like to turn a phrase, but it's all about how you turn it.
Sometimes people ask me how old I am, and I have to stop and remember. I forget myself!
When I started in the mid-'90s, the goal was really to shoot for a film career and stay there.
All I had, originally, were pages of Nolan's dialogue. I think his character serves the story in a nice way. He's a Greek chorus for the goings-on in the Hamptons.
I'm a late bloomer. I believe 40 is the new 19.
My father is a college professor and that's about the extent of my college experience. I'm sort of a professional student forever. I think just as human beings we always have a student who is alive in us and is waiting to pop up and make us feel like we are 16 years-old again.
For most of my 20s, I looked like I was 12. Now that I'm pushing 40, I guess I look closer to... 15? It must be my macrobiotic diet. Oh, wait, except that I don't have one of those.
My role models were always the Pacinos and the Oldmans, the guys who get dirty with their characters, and I arrived in L.A. during the big boom of 'Dawson's Creek.' I was getting cast as the boy next door, or the friend of the jock. I thought, 'Did I really have to do all that studying?'
The only description for Nolan in the script was that he's a very bad dresser. I put on a red windbreaker and every other ugly, ill-fitting thing I could dig out. He was potentially written as a clean-cut nerd, but I wanted a darker spin.