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Shawn Hatosy Net Worth, Wiki & Biography in 2017
Born Shawn Wayne Hatosy on the 29th 1975 December in Frederick, Maryland USA, Shawn is an actor, probably best known to the world as Stan Rosado in the film “The Faculty” (1998), and as Detective Sammy Bryant in the TV series “Southland” (2009-2013), among many other differing appearances. His career started in the mid- ‘90s.
Have you ever wondered how rich Shawn Hatosy is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hatosy’s net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his career in the entertainment industry.
Shawn Hatosy Net Worth $2 Million
Shawn is of Irish and Hungarian ancestry, and grew up in the Loch Haven neighborhood of Ijamsville, Maryland. He went to New Market Middle School and then Linganore High School.
As early as ten years of age, Shawn made his acting debut, firstly in local theater in Maryland and then on TV. As he got older, his interest in acting increased, and in 1995 he got his first on-screen role; the minor role of Lyle Warner in the TV crime-drama series “Homicide: Life on the Street”. The same year, he appeared in several other films, including Jodie Foster’s romantic comedy “Home for Holidays”, and Peter Werner’s “Inflammable”. His net worth was established.
He made his breakthrough in 1998, in the role as Stan Rosado in the sci-fi horror “The Faculty”, starring Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall and Laura Harris. The following year, he featured next to Kris Kristofferson and Martin Landau in the drama “The Joyriders”, and also shared the screen with Sharon Stone, Jeff Bridges and Nick Nolte in the crime drama “Simpatico”.
Little by little, Shawn’s name was becoming more known in Hollywood, which resulted in more prominent roles with the dawn of the new century. Hence, he featured in the romantic comedy “Down to You” (2000) as Eddie Hicks, then had the lead role in the romantic drama “Borstal Boy” (2000), while the following year, he starred in the thriller “Tangled”, with Rachel Leigh Cook, and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Two years later, Shawn portrayed Duffy in Greg Marcks’ crime-drama “11:14”, and in 2005 had the lead role in the Primetime Emmy Award- nominated war drama about John McCain, entitled “Faith of My Fathers”, which only increased his net worth to a large degree.
Shawn continued with lead roles in the film “Familiar Strangers” (2008), while in 2009 he was chosen for the role of Detective Sammy Bryant in the TV crime-drama series “The Southland” (2009-2013), which further added to his wealth. While the show lasted, Shawn stayed busy with other acting engagements too, appearing in such films and TV series as “Dexter” (2010), “Hawaii Five-0” (2011), and “Body of Proof” (2013). Soon after the end of the “The Southland”, Shawn found a new television engagement, as he ended up being selected for the role of Terry McCandless in the TV drama series “Reckless” (2014).
In recent years, Shawn appeared in the film “For Justice” (2015), and played Andrew ‘Pope’ Cody in the first ten episodes of the TV crime-drama series “Animal Kingdom” (2016).
Regarding his personal life, Shawn has been married to Kelly Alanese since 2010; the couple has two sons together. Shawn’s current residence is Los Angeles. In his free time, he plays tennis and is also a guitar player.
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|Medicine Men||2016||post-production||Humphrey Bowls|
|Animal Kingdom||2016||TV Series||Andrew 'Pope' Cody|
|For Justice||2015||TV Movie||Jess Kinney|
|Fear the Walking Dead||2015||TV Series||Andrew Adams|
|Bosch||2015||TV Series||Johnny Stokes|
|Reckless||2014||TV Series||Terry McCandless|
|Southland||2009-2013||TV Series||Detective Sammy Bryant Officer Sammy Bryant|
|Body of Proof||2013||TV Series||Karl Simmons|
|Longmire||2012||TV Series||Levi Giggs|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2012||TV Series||Kevin Fahey|
|Criminal Minds||2011||TV Series||Jimmy Hall|
|Hawaii Five-0||2011||TV Series||Marshall Martell|
|Law & Order: LA||2011||TV Series||Larry Sheppard|
|Street Kings 2: Motor City||2011||Video||Detective Dan Sullivan|
|CSI: Miami||2010||TV Series||Jason Kreeger|
|Dexter||2010||TV Series||Boyd Fowler|
|Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans||2009||Armand Benoit|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||2009||TV Series||Larry Clay|
|Public Enemies||2009||Agent John Madala|
|The Apostles||2008||TV Movie||Peter McBride|
|The Lazarus Project||2008||Ricky Garvey|
|Familiar Strangers||2008||Brian Worthington|
|My Name Is Earl||2007||TV Series||John|
|Numb3rs||2006-2007||TV Series||Dwayne Carter|
|Nobel Son||2007||Thaddeus James|
|Justin Timberlake: What Goes Around ...Comes Around||2007||Video short|
|Drive||2007||TV Series||Rob Laird|
|Untitled Brad Copeland Project||2006||TV Movie|
|Factory Girl||2006||Syd Pepperman|
|ER||2006||TV Series||Willis Peyton|
|Alpha Dog||2006||Elvis Schmidt|
|Faith of My Fathers||2005||TV Movie||John McCain|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2005||TV Series||Jeff Simon|
|The Winning Season||2004||TV Movie||Joe Soshack|
|The Twilight Zone||2003||TV Series||Mario Devlin / Harry Kellogg|
|Soldier's Girl||2003||TV Movie||Justin Fisher|
|A Guy Thing||2003||Jim|
|Six Feet Under||2002||TV Series||Brody Farrell|
|John Q||2002||Mitch Quigley|
|Borstal Boy||2000||Brendan Behan|
|Down to You||2000||Eddie Hicks|
|Witness Protection||1999||TV Movie||Sean Batton|
|Anywhere But Here||1999||Benny|
|Outside Providence||1999||Tim Dunphy|
|The Faculty||1998||Stan Rosado|
|In & Out||1997||Jack|
|Niagara, Niagara||1997||Lead High School Punk|
|Inventing the Abbotts||1997||Victor|
|All Over Me||1997||Gus|
|No Way Home||1996||Sean|
|Law & Order||1996||TV Series||Chester Manning|
|Double Jeopardy||1996||TV Movie||Derek Kaminski|
|Inflammable||1995||TV Movie||Quentin Vale|
|Home for the Holidays||1995||Counter Boy|
|Homicide: Life on the Street||1995||TV Series||Lyle Warner|
|Kentucky Rhapsody||screenplay announced|
|Hollywood Today Live||2016||TV Series||Himself|
|The Talk||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Creating a Convincing Cop Story||2011||Video short||Himself|
|Motor City Setting||2011||Video short||Himself|
|Attack of the Show!||2011||TV Series||Himself - Guest / Actor, Southland|
|Biography||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Insight Into the Borstal Boy||2000||Video documentary short||Himself / Brendan Behan|
|ER||2007||TV Series||Willis Peyton|
|The Real Edie||2007||Video documentary short||Syd Pepperman (uncredited)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2011||Critics' Choice TV Award||Critics Choice Television Awards||Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series||Southland (2009)|
|2004||Golden Satellite Award||Satellite Awards||Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television||Soldier's Girl (2003)|
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|1||He has Hungarian, Irish, as well as German and English, ancestry.|
|2||Sold his four-bedroom, 3561-square-foot house in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills for $1.485 million. He had purchased it in mid-2004 for $1.3 million. |
|3||Son, Jordan Cassius, born June 16, 2006.|
|4||Auditioned for a role in Varsity Blues (1999) but lost it to James Van Der Beek.|
|5||Graduated from Linganore High (Frederick, MD); Class of '94|
|6||Lives in Los Angeles.|
|7||Plays tennis and the guitar.|
|8||Last name is pronounced HAT-ah-see.|
|9||Shawn started acting at age 10 in local theatre and on Maryland Public TV.|
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