Timothy Olyphant Net Worth

How much is Timothy Olyphant Worth?

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Timothy Olyphant net worth:
$10 Million

Timothy Olyphant net worth: Timothy Olyphant is an American actor who has a net worth of $10 million. Timothy Olyphant first started to gain notoriety as a movie actor in films like Gone in 60 Seconds (2000), Rock Star (2001), A Man Apart (2003), The Girl Next Door (2004) Go (1999) and The Safety of Objects (2001). Thus, he naturally turned to TV, where he made a name for himself as Sheriff Seth Bullock on the critically accalimed Deadwood (HBO, 2004-06). Even though the series enjoyed only a three-season run, Olyphant left an everlasting mark on audiences who zealously watched the show. Having made few more attempts to find box office success, Olyphant made a winning comeback to the small screen with Damages (FX, 2007-2010), a show that once again allowed him to flaunt his considerable chops. Next, he earned his leading man status once again with the critically acclaimed crime drama, Justified (FX, 2010- ). Meanwhile, he took part in other movie projects like A Perfect Getaway (2009), The Crazies (2010), I Am Number Four (2011) and Rango (2011). Offscreen, Olyphant spends his free time with his wife, Alexis Knief, and their three children.

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Timothy Olyphant Net Worth

Timothy Olyphant

Actor
Date of Birth
May 20, 1968
Profession
Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft (1.83 m)
Nicknames
Timothy David Olyphant, Tim Olyphant, Olafantastic, Olyphantastic
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