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Brian Haley Net Worth

Brian Haley Net Worth is
$500 Thousand

Brian Haley Biography

Afterwards, Haley relocated to LA, California to keep his comedy profession before earning a Hollywood’s Hottest New Comic competition. Brian Haley was created in Seattle, Washington in February 1963. Haley offered in america Army and received the Army Accomplishment Medal. Within the Army he starred in the play Men and Dolls with Joe Namath. Haley relocated to LA, California to purse his humor career and he received a Hollywood’s Hottest New Comic competition. He made an appearance on An Evening At The Improv and got his big break on The Tonight Display Starring Johnny Carson in 1990. Born in Seattle, Washington in February 1963. In 1997 he starred as The Hooded Avenger in it series The Weird Al Display. Haley starred as Tom Vanderhulst in the tv screen series Maggie Winters from 1998 to 1999. In 1990 he was presented on An Night At The Improv and went on to get more video game following his part as Johnny Carson in The Tonight Display. American actor and stand-up comedian Brian Haley comes with an estimated net well worth of $500 thousand. Haley owns the production organization Haleywood Productions. Haley in addition has made an appearance in episodes of it series Quantum Leap, Baywatch, The Drew Carey Display, The Hughleys, Third View, Law & Purchase: Criminal Intent, ER, 30 Rock, Blue Bloods, Orange May be the New Dark, Boardwalk Empire, and The Blacklist. Haley experienced a recurring part as Budd Bronski in the tv screen series Wings from 1995 to 1996. He began his profession starring in the perform Men and Dolls with Joe Namath after serving in america Army where he was awarded the Army Accomplishment Medal.Brian Haley net well worth: Brian Haley can be an American actor and stand-up comedian who includes a net well worth of $500 thousand. He offers starred in the films Always, Into the Sunlight, Clean Slate, Baby’s DAY TRIP, Small Giants, McHale’s Navy, THE PERSON Who Wasn’t There, Pearl Harbor, Gran Torino, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, and The Adjustment Bureau. From 1995 to 1996, he performed Budd Bronski personality in the tv screen series Wings, while in 1997 he performed the part of The Hooded Avenger in it series The Weird Al Display and of Tom Vanderhulst in the tv screen series Maggie Winters between 1998 and 1999. Haley in addition has appeared in the films Pearl Harbor, In to the Sun, Baby’s DAY TRIP, Little Giants, Constantly, McHale’s Navy, Gran Torino, Clean Slate, The Acquiring of Pelham 1 2 3, The Adjustment Bureau, and THE PERSON Who Wasn’t There. Besides, he has been presented in episodes of it series The Drew Carey Display, Orange May be the New Dark, Quantum Leap, Third View, Law & Purchase: Criminal Intent, ER, The Hughleys, 30 Rock, Blue Bloods, Baywatch, The Blacklist, and Boardwalk Empire.


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Quick Facts

Full NameBrian Haley
Net Worth$500 Thousand
Date Of BirthFebruary 12, 1963
ProfessionScreenwriter, Stand-up comedian, Actor
NationalityAmerican
SpouseMarj McCoshen Haley
ChildrenCarlo Haley, Bridgette Haley, Grace Haley, Genevieve Haley, Leah Haley
MoviesGran Torino, Baby's Day Out, Mars Attacks!, Little Giants, The Departed, The Man Who Wasn't There, Pearl Harbor, McHale's Navy, The Taking of Pelham 123, The Thirteenth Year, Into the Sun, That Darn Cat, Always, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, Bonding
TV ShowsMaggie Winters, The Weird Al Show


Interesting Facts

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1 Playing tennis commentator Ryan in the Terrance McNally play Deuce on Broadway. [April 2007]
2 At the age of three his family moved to Saint-Jovite, Quebec, and he was put in a boarding home where he learned to speak fluent French. He hated the experience so much he refused to speak the language upon his return 18 months later, except to translate for his younger sister, who only spoke French.
3 As a young teenager, he stumbled upon the movie set of Scorchy (1976) while wandering in downtown Seattle. After seeing some of the movie being filmed and jumping into several background shots he met the star, Connie Stevens. He has stated this is where made up his mind to pursuit a career in movies.
4 His unit was deployed to Grenada three days after he was discharged from the Army.
5 While in the Army (1983) he was in the play Guys and Dolls starring Joe Namath at the Ft. Bragg Playhouse.
6 His name sake, Carlo D'Amico, founded the Seattle based eyeglass company Western Optical.
7 His father is Italian/Irish, thus his middle name Carlo.
8 In 1987 he married comedienne Marj McCoshen. They have five children together; Carlo, Bridgette, Leah and twins, Genevieve and Grace.
9 Was replaced by Chris Penn in the pilot for The Brotherhood of Poland New Hampshire (2003). The episode was unaired and eventually scrapped.
10 Purchased many items at the Chasin's restaurant auction including the bar and the Frank Sinatra booth.
11 Was in the U.S. Army Special Forces (the green berets).
12 Fifth of six children.
13 1988 Peoples Choice winner San Francisco Stand Up Comedy Competition, second place overall. Former 2nd place winners include Robin Williams, Kevin Pollock and Ellen Degeneres.
14 Winner of the United Cerebal Palsey Stand-up Comics Take a Stand (1988) (TV) (The search for Hollywoods hottest new comic)".
15 Former occupations include ranch hand, hay buck and logger.
16 Was a waiter for one day.


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Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kevin Can Wait 2016 TV Series Tim
Courting Des Moines 2016 Sec. Todd Voss
Bonding 2015 Short Dad
Deadbeat 2015 TV Series Joseph
The Blacklist 2014 TV Series Jonathan Reese
Boardwalk Empire 2014 TV Series Lead Guard
Orange Is the New Black 2014 TV Series US Marshal Anderson
Draft Day 2014/I NFL Commissioner (uncredited)
Blue Bloods 2012 TV Series Wayne Rivano
The Try-Out 2011 Short Manager
Onion SportsDome 2011 TV Series Analyst Steve Tillman
The Adjustment Bureau 2011 Police Officer Maes
30 Rock 2011 TV Series Dave
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 2009 Police Captain Hill (MTA)
Rise of the Radio Show 2009 TV Series Brian
ER 2009 TV Series Chris Salamunovich
Gran Torino 2008 Mitch Kowalski
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2004-2008 TV Series Ted Regan / Barry Carlson
The Departed 2006 Detective #2 Tailing Queenan
Third Watch 2003 TV Series Detective Kent
The Brotherhood of Poland, New Hampshire 2003 TV Series Waylon Shaw
Pearl Harbor 2001 Training Captain
The Man Who Wasn't There 2001 Officer Krebs
The Thirteenth Year 1999 TV Movie Coach
Maggie Winters 1998-1999 TV Series Tom Vanderhulst
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction 1998 TV Series Roger Parks
The Weird Al Show 1997 TV Series The Hooded Avenger Hooded Avenger
McHale's Navy 1997 Christy
That Darn Cat 1997 Marvin
Mars Attacks! 1996 Mitch, Secret Service Agent
Wings 1995-1996 TV Series Budd Bronski
The Drew Carey Show 1996 TV Series Drew Look-alike
Little Giants 1994 Mike Hammersmith
Baby's Day Out 1994 Veeko
Clean Slate 1994 Patient
Great Scott! 1992 TV Series Mr. Stone
Davis Rules 1992 TV Series Coast Guard Officer
Into the Sun 1992 Lt. DeCarlo
Ann Jillian 1990 TV Series
Poochinski 1990 TV Short Sergeant Shriver
Baywatch 1990 TV Series Danny
Quantum Leap 1990 TV Series Guna
Always 1989 Alex
The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial 1988 TV Movie Party Guest

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sunday Comics 1992 TV Series comedy short segments "Comedy Corps" - 1 episode
One Night Stand 1991 TV Series comedy short segments - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special 1992 TV Movie Himself
Hot Country Nights 1991 TV Series Himself - comedian
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1990-1991 TV Series Himself
One Night Stand 1991 TV Series Himself
Stand-up Comics Take a Stand 1988 TV Special documentary Himself
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