Kyle MacLachlan Net Worth

How much is Kyle MacLachlan Worth?

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Kyle MacLachlan net worth:
$3 Million

Kyle MacLachlan net worth: Kyle MacLachlan is anAmerican actor who has a net worth of $3 million. Kyle MacLachlan generated his net worth by appearing in a string of cult movies and sitcoms. The veteran actor first hit the screen in the 1984 film Dune, directed by long-time friend David Lynch. Since then he has appeared in the 1990's cult drama Twin Peaks and its sequel, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, as Special Agent Dale Cooper. More cult roles continued to flow in MacLachlan's direction, as he appeared in the classic sitcom, Sex and the City as Charlotte York's husband, Dr Trey McDougal. However in recent years, he is probably best remembered for his role as Bree Van de Kamp's evil husband Orson Hodge in Desperate Housewives. He also made several guest appearances on popular TV dramas including Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and How I Met Your Mother. The smooth operator is no stranger to the stage: he appeared several plays, including On an Average Day, The Caretaker and Romeo Juliet. Despite his highly successful acting career, MacLachlan has some regrets. He appeared in Showgirls of which he said to be 'deeply embarrassed with his involvement.' The 1993 film ended up winning seven Golden Raspberry Awards.

Kyle MacLachlan Net Worth

Kyle MacLachlan

Actor
Date of Birth
Feb 22, 1959 (57 years old)
Profession
Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft (1.83 m)
Ethnicity
Scottish American
Nicknames
Kyle Merritt MacLachlan, Kyle Maclachlan, Kyle Merritt McLachlan
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