Last Updated: January 29, 2024
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Net Worth:
$4 Million
Feb 14, 1963 (61 years old)
Actor, Film Producer
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  1. Early Life
  2. Career
  3. Personal Life

What is Enrico Colantoni's Net Worth?

Enrico Colantoni is a Canadian actor and director who has a net worth of $4 million. Enrico Colantoni has appeared in television series and films like "Just Shoot Me!," "Veronica Mars," "Galaxy Quest," "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," and "Contagion," among others. He is also heavily involved in philanthropy work with The Tema Conter Memorial Trust and the Companion Animal Protection Society.

Early Life

Enrico Colantoni was born on February 14, 2063 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to parents Gina and Quintino Colantoni. His mother was a garment worker while his father worked as a laborer and truck driver. Both of his parents were immigrants from Abruzzo, Italy. He grew up with his brother, Hector, who later became a police officer with the Toronto Police Service.

After high school, Colantoni attended the University of Toronto where he studied psychology and sociology. He then transferred to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City after he decided he wanted to pursue a career in acting. He graduated from the school in 1985. He later enrolled and then graduated from the Yale School of Drama where he was a recipient of the Carol Dye Award.

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Colantoni began his career by working in television. His first onscreen role came in 1987 when he appeared in an episode of "Night Heat" and an episode of "Friday the 13th: The Series." His next roles came in 1994 when he appeared in episodes of "Law & Order," "New York Undercover," and "NYPD Blue."

In 1995, Colantoni landed his first major television role when he was cast as Louis Utz in the series "Hope & Gloria." He appeared in 35 episodes of the show from 1995 to 1996. That year, he also landed his first film role when he appeared in "Money Train" as Dooley. In 1996, he appeared briefly in the film "Albino Alligator." He was busier in 1997, as he had roles in an episode of "Life's Work" and in the television films "The Member of the Wedding" and "Cloned." He also had a small role in the film "The Wrong Guy."

Colantoni also was cast in another prominent television role in 1997 when he landed the role of Elliot DiMauro in the series "Just Shoot Me!" He remained on the show until 2003 and appeared in 149 total episodes. While on the show, he continued appearing in other projects as well. In 1998, he appeared in "Divorce: A Contemporary Western" and "Screwed: A Hollywood Bedtime Story." In 1999, he appeared in the films "Stigmata" and "Galaxy Quest."

In 2001, he had a role in the film "A.I. Artificial Intelligence," appeared in the television film "James Jean," and guest-starred in an episode of "The Outer Limits." In 2002, he appeared in three films – "Full Frontal," "The First $20 Million is Always the Hardest," and "Frank McKlusky, C.I." He also voiced a character in two episodes of the animated series "Kim Possible." In 2003, he appeared in episodes of "Whoopi," "Justice League, "Missing," and "Stargate SG-1." He also appeared in the television film "Expert Witness" and had a role in the short film "The Vest." In 2004, he appeared in the film "Criminal" and also appeared in episodes of "Century City" and "Monk."

Colantoni also landed his next major television role in 2004 when he was cast as Keith Mars in the series "Veronica Mars." His character was the father of the title character of the show played by actress Kristen Bell. The show became a cult favorite during the four seasons it was on air from 2004 to 2007. Its popularity was so sustaining over the years that a "Veronica Mars" film was made in 2014, in which Colantoni reprised his role. He again took on the role of Keith Mars in a 2019 Hulu revival of the series.

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After finishing the initial run of "Veronica Mars," Colantoni began appearing in other projects again. In 2008, he appeared in the films "Sherman's Way" and "My Mom's New Boyfriend." He also landed his next major television role when he was cast as Sergeant Gregory Parker in the series "Flashpoint." He appeared in 75 episodes of the show through the year 2012. In 2011, he was cast in the show "Person of Interest." He appeared in 23 episodes of the show between 2011 and 2016. He has also appeared in the shows "The Mysteries of Laura," "Powers," "American Gothic," "Bad Blood," "Travelers," "Westworld," and "Station Eleven." In 2024, he began appearing in the series "Allegiance."

In terms of his later film work, he has had roles in "Contagion," "Lines," "The Dark Stranger," "Kill Chain," "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood," Feel the Beat," "Under the Christmas Tree," and "Vandits."

Personal Life

On November 11, 2011, Colantoni married Rosanna Francioni. They have four children together. Prior to his marriage to Francioni, he was married to Nancy Snyder from 1997 to 2004. They had two children together.

In addition to his career in acting, Colantoni spends much of his free time devoted to philanthropic work. He has been heavily involved with The Tema Conter Memorial Trust, an organization that assists first responders and other service personnel who are dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder. He became the official spokesperson for the organization and has been involved in their annual tribute gala in Toronto every year since.

Additionally, he has also been involved in the Companion Animal Protection Society's campaign to boycott commercial pet stores. He has been involved with the creation of a video from the organization to raise awareness about the topic.

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