James Marsden Net Worth

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James Marsden net worth:
$8 Million

James Marsden net worth: James Marsden is an American actor who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Born in Stillwater, Oklahoma, James Marsden attended Oklahoma State University before choosing to leave midway through his sophomore year to pursue a career in acting. After moving to Los Angeles, he began working on television, appearing on the television shows, "The Nanny", "Boogies Diner", "Saved by the Bell", "Party of Five", "Second Noah", and "Ally McBeal". He also began working in film in the late 90s, appearing in such projects as "Disturbing Behavior" and "Gossip".

In 2000, James Marsden was cast in the role that would put him on the map, as Scott Summers/Cyclops in the "X-Men" franchise. He went on to appear in "Superman Returns", and then starred in the popular film adaptation of "Hairspray". This led to more high profile roles including starring turns in "Enchanted", "27 Dresses", and "Death at a Funeral". He then appeared in the film "Dead Circus". Marsden had a memorable recurring role during the final seasons of the NBC comedy 30 Rock, on which he played Tiny Fey's (Liz Lemon) love interest and eventual husband. In December 2013, Marsden hit the big screen yet again with a big role in the highly anticipated Anchorman 2.

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James Marsden Net Worth

James Marsden

Date of Birth
Sep 18, 1973 (42 years old)
Actor, Singer, Model, Voice Actor
United States of America
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
James Paul Marsden, Jimmy Marsden, J. P., Bello Jimmy
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