Movie Actor

How Rich is William Fichtner?

Actor who played roles in Armageddon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Dark Knight and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, and also had recurring roles on the TV series Entourage and Prison Break. His role as Sheriff Tom Underlay in Invasion earned him a loyal fan base.

He became interested in acting after seeing Broadway shows in New York City.

In 1989, he made an appearance on one episode of Baywatch.

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William Fichtner's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:

William Fichtner Wealth Info
Net Worth$9 Million
Date of BirthNovember 27, 1956 (age 67 years)
Height6 Feet (1.84 m)
ProfessionMovie Actor


Television Career: From 1994 to 1995, Fichtner had a recurring role on the ABC sitcom “Grace Under Fire.” A starring role came in 2002, when he was cast as Dr. Bruce Kellerman on the medical drama “MDs”; however, the series only lasted for one season. Following this, Fichtner made appearances on the series “The West Wing,” “Empire Falls,” and “American Dad!” Two of the actor’s most substantial television roles came shortly after. From 2005 to 2006, he played the lead role of Sheriff Tom Underlay on the short-lived science-fiction series “Invasion.” Afterward, from 2006 to 2009, Fichtner portrayed FBI agent Alexander Mahone on the Fox drama “Prison Break.” Subsequent credits included “Entourage,” on which he had the recurring role of Phil Yagoda, and “Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden,” a television film that aired on the National Geographic Channel.

Personal Life

He married and had a child with Betsy Aidem, whom he divorced in 1996. He later married Kymberly Kalil, with whom he had his second child.

He played a prominent role in the 1997 film Contact which starred Jodie Foster and Matthew McConaughey.

Inspirational Quotes by William Fichtner

I've always loved hot rods and going to drag races.

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I do play nice guys. I really do.

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If anybody ever points out to me I'm chewing scenery, I certainly like to stop doing that.

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Could you ever call me a 'leading man?' Not really. It's not that I don't want leading man roles, but there's only so many, and they want Tom Hanks, not me.

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If you can't get tax breaks, then there's no reason to film in a city or state.

William FichtnerHow Rich is William Fichtner