Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth (2022), Salary, Biography

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is a film and television actor from the United States. Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth , Salary, Biography. He is best known for his roles as John Winchester in the CW fantasy horror series Supernatural (2005-2007; 2019), Denny Duquette in Grey’s Anatomy (2006-2009), the Comedian in the superhero film Watchmen (2009), Clay in The Losers (2010), Jason Crouse in the CBS political drama series The Good Wife (2015-2016), Negan in the AMC horror drama series The Walking Dead (2016-present), and Harvey Russell in Rampage (2018).

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth

Jeffrey Dean Morgan has an estimated Net Worth of $12 Million in 2022. He Charge $200 Thousand Per Episode estimated Salary.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

Name Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Net Worth ( 2022 ) $12 Million
Income SourceAmerican actor
Income / Salary$200 Thousand Per Episode
Last Update2022

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Net Worth

Net Worth in 2022$12 Million 
Net Worth in 2021$10 Million
Net Worth in 2020$8 Million
Net Worth in 2019$6 Million
Net Worth in 2018$4 Million

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Salary, Income Source

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings.He earns a handsome salary from his profession.Via his Playing Career and Endorsments he is able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle.His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Biography

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Biography

Real NameJeffrey Dean Morgan
Birth Date22 April 1966
Age (as of 2022)56 years
Birth PlaceSeattle, Washington, United States
ProfessionAmerican actor
Father NameRichard Dean Morgan
Mother NameSandy Thomas
SiblingsNot Known
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse / PartnerHilarie Burton (m. 2019), Anya Longwell (m. 1992–2003)
ChildrenAugustus Morgan, George Virginia Morgan
Net Worth$12 Million 
Salary $200 Thousand Per Episode
Last Update2022

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Early Life

Morgan was born to Sandy Thomas and Richard Dean Morgan in Seattle, Washington. In 1984, he graduated from Lake Washington High School and briefly attended Skagit Valley College to pursue a basketball career. After a leg injury ended his hopes of becoming a professional player, he dropped out of school to pursue other interests such as painting and writing. While assisting a friend who was moving from Seattle to Los Angeles for a weekend, he decided to stay permanently to pursue acting. “I stumbled into acting, discovered I had a little talent, and pursued it.”

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Personal Life

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Wife

Morgan was married to Anya Longwell, an actress, from 1992 to 2003. He was briefly engaged to his former Weeds co-star Mary Louise Parker in 2007, but the relationship ended in April 2008. Sherrie Rose, an actress and producer, revealed to Us Weekly in 2009 that she and Morgan had a son born between 2004 and 2005. Morgan has yet to confirm this.

Morgan began dating actress Hilarie Burton in 2009 after being set up on a blind date by his Supernatural co-star Jensen Ackles and Ackles’ wife, Danneel, with whom Burton co-starred on One Tree Hill. On March 14, 2010, the couple’s son was born. On February 16, 2018, their daughter was born after 8 years of infertility. The couple married on October 5, 2019, despite many people incorrectly believing they married in 2014.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Professional Career

Morgan has appeared in over 25 feature films since Uncaged (1991). The majority of his work, however, has been in television. He appeared in eleven of the nineteen episodes of the 1996-97 television series The Burning Zone.

Morgan appeared in three television shows at the same time in 2005 and 2006: the CW series Supernatural as John Winchester, a recurring role on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy as heart transplant patient Denny Duquette, and two episodes of the Showtime series Weeds as Judah Botwin. He has also appeared as a guest star on ER, JAG, Walker, Texas Ranger, Angel, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Sliders, The O.C., and Monk.

Morgan was cast in Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ proposed project in 2007. The series, tentatively titled “Correspondents,” was supposed to begin production in the summer of 2007. Instead, ABC picked up Private Practice, a Grey’s Anatomy spin-off created by Shonda Rhimes. As a result, “Correspondents” was put on hold.

Morgan starred in the 2007 film The Accidental Husband, which was completed in March 2007 and was released on DVD in 2009.Morgan appeared in the 2011 thriller The Resident. In 2008, he also appeared in the drama film Days of Wrath. Morgan portrayed The Comedian, a cigar-chomping antihero in Alan Moore’s graphic novel Watchmen in 2009. Morgan appeared in Taking Woodstock and played Clay in a comic book film adaptation of The Losers the same year. In the DC comic book film Jonah Hex, he played Jeb Turnbull.

Morgan played a homicide detective in the 2011 crime thriller Texas Killing Fields.Morgan starred in the television drama series Magic City the following year, which was about mob life in 1950s Miami. Morgan also appeared in the horror-thriller The Possession and the war film Red Dawn the same year.

Morgan appeared as Charlie Peters, the owner of the Cake House, in the season finale of Shameless in 2014.Morgan was cast as Joe DiMaggio opposite Kelli Garner as Marilyn Monroe in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, a four-hour Lifetime miniseries based on J. Randy Taraborrelli’s book of the same name, in November 2014.

Morgan starred as Deaf Smith in Texas Rising, a five-part mini-series that aired on the History Channel in 2015. Morgan also joined the cast of the CBS sci-fi drama Extant for season 2 in 2015. In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, he played Bruce Wayne’s father, Thomas Wayne, in an uncredited role.

Morgan was cast as freelance investigator Jason Crouse in the CBS TV series The Good Wife in 2015, opposite Julianna Margulies, until the series ended in the spring of 2016. Morgan began his most well-known role to date that year, as Negan on AMC’s The Walking Dead. He first appeared in the sixth-season finale on April 3, 2016, and later served as the primary antagonist of the seventh and eighth seasons, before becoming an anti-hero in the ninth season. He later provided the character’s voice when he was added as DLC to the fighting game Tekken 7. He played the lead in Jonás Cuarón’s thriller Desierto in 2015.

Morgan led the 101st Indianapolis 500 starting field on May 28, 2017 in the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car.Morgan appeared in a commercial for the online game Evony in September.Morgan appeared in the Dwayne Johnson film Rampage, which was released in April 2018.Morgan returned to the role of John Winchester in the thirteenth episode of Supernatural’s fourteenth season, which also happened to be the series’ 300th episode.On February 7, 2019, it aired.Morgan was cast in the fourth season of The Boys in August 2022.