Colin Hanks Net Worth
Colin Hanks Net Worth and Salary: Colin Hanks is an American actor, director, and producer who has a net worth of $14 million. Following in the footsteps of his father, beloved actor Tom Hanks, Colin set his sights on a film career, making his big screen debut in 1996's "That Thing You Do!," which was written and directed by his dad. From there, Hanks has gone on to appear in more than 50 film and television projects, including "Roswell" (1999–2001), "Orange County" (2002), "The House Bunny" (2008), "The Good Guys" (2010), "Dexter" (2011), and "Life in Pieces" (2015–2019). Colin has also directed two documentaries: 2015's "All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records" and 2017's "Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends)." In 2018, Hanks launched a handkerchief collection called Hanks Kerchiefs.
Early Life: Colin Hanks was born Colin Lewes Dillingham on November 24, 1977, in Sacramento, California. His father is actor, director, and screenwriter Tom Hanks, and his mother is actress Samantha Lewes (née Susan Dillingham). After Tom and Samantha wed in 1978, Colin's last name was changed to Hanks; they divorced in 1987, and Tom married actress and singer Rita Wilson the following year. Hanks has a younger sister, Elizabeth, and two half-brothers, Truman and Chester. Sadly, his mother passed away from bone cancer in 2002. Colin studied at Sacramento Country Day School and Chapman University, then transferred to Loyola Marymount University but dropped out before he earned his degree.
Career: In 1999, Hanks was cast as Alex Whitman on The WB (later UPN) series "Roswell," appearing in 45 episodes over three seasons. During his time on the science-fiction show, Colin also appeared in the films "Whatever It Takes" (2000) and "Get Over It" (2001) and the HBO miniseries "Band of Brothers" (2001), which was created by his father and Steven Spielberg. In 2002, he co-starred with Jack Black, Catherine O'Hara, and John Lithgow in "Orange County," and he would team up with Black again in 2005's "King Kong" (which grossed $562.3 million at the box office) and 2006's "Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny." Hanks followed "Orange County" with the ensemble comedy "11:14" (2003) and a guest-starring role on the Fox teen drama "The O.C." (2004). In 2005, he co-produced and starred in "RX," appeared in the film "Standing Still," and guest-starred on the CBS crime drama "Numb3rs." Colin then appeared in the films "Alone with Her" (2006), "The Great Buck Howard" (2008), "Untraceable" (2008), and "My Mom's New Boyfriend" (2008). In 2008, Hanks also starred as Oliver Hauser in "The House Bunny" and David Frum, President George W. Bush's former speechwriter, in "W.," and he guest-starred on three episodes of AMC's "Mad Men" as Roman Catholic priest Father Gill.
Colin co-starred with Jane Fonda in a Broadway production of Moisés Kaufman's "33 Variations" in 2009, and the following year, he appeared in the films "High School" and "Barry Munday" and starred as detective Jack Bailey on Fox's "The Good Guys." He played art historian/cult member Travis Marshall on the Showtime crime drama "Dexter" in 2011 and soon landed a steady stream of television roles, appearing on "Happy Endings" (2012), "Comedy Bang! Bang!" (2012; 2015), "NCIS" (2013), "Key and Peele" (2013), and "Bad Teacher" (2013). Hanks also had a regular role on the reality dating show spoof "Burning Love" (2013) and earned several award nominations for his performance as Officer Gus Grimly on the FX series "Fargo" (2014–2015). Around this time, Colin appeared in the films "The Guilt Trip" (2012), "Parkland" (2013), and "Vacation" (2015) as well. From 2015 to 2019, he starred as Greg Short on the CBS sitcom "Life in Pieces," and he guest-starred on five episodes of Comedy Central's "Drunk History" between 2015 and 2018. In recent years, Hanks has appeared in the films "Elvis & Nixon" (2016), "Band Aid" (2017), "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" (2017), and "Jumanji: The Next Level" (2019) and lent his voice to the TV series "Big City Greens" (2019) and "American Dad!" (2020).
Personal Life: Colin was in a relationship with actress Busy Philipps while attending college in the 1990s. He proposed to former publicist Samantha Bryant in June 2009, and they married on May 8, 2010. The couple welcomed daughter Olivia on February 1, 2011, and they gave her a little sister, Charlotte, on July 2, 2013. Hanks is a sports fans and supports the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Kings, San Francisco 49ers, and Sacramento Kings as well as the Los Angeles Football Club and Liverpool Football Club. During the 2012 and 2013 hockey seasons, Colin served as an LA Kings playoff correspondent for the "Kevin and Bean" radio show.
Awards and Nominations: In 2002, Hanks was named One to Watch – Male at the Young Hollywood Awards, and in 2005, he won a Soaring Star Award at the San Diego Film Festival, and the voice cast of "King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie" earned a Spike Video Game Award for Best Cast. Colin received nominations from the Primetime Emmys, Golden Globes, Critics Choice Television Awards, Gold Derby Awards, and Online Film & Television Association for his performance on "Fargo." He has also earned nominations from the MTV Movie Awards (Breakthrough Male Performance for "Orange County") and Satellite Awards (Best Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical for "Life in Pieces), and the cast of " Dexter" received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in 2011.
Real Estate: In 2018, Colin paid $2.85 million for a farmhouse in the Studio City area of Los Angeles. The 4,300 square foot home includes five bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a home theater, and walls upholstered with black leather as well as a swimming pool and spa.
|Net Worth:||$14 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Nov 24, 1977 (43 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor, Film Producer, Film director, Writer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|