With a solid movie career and starring role on NCIS: Los Angeles, what is actor Chris O’Donnell’s net worth right now?
We will visit Celebrity Net Worth and get a number. The actor’s net worth is $25 million. For instance, O’Donnell also gets $350,000 per episode of the CBS drama.
His film record includes Batman & Robin, Circle of Friends, The Three Musketeers, and Scent of a Woman.
O’Donnell is married to Caroline Fentress and they have five children.
The NCIS: Los Angeles star has been playing Special Agent G. Callen since the show’s first season in 2009.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star O’Donnell Says ‘Values and Traditions’ Keep Marriage Strong
Far be it from O’Donnell to not know about the “Hollywood lifestyle” of a bachelor.
Oh, he did. Above all, the NCIS: Los Angeles actor finds that being a father of five children fits him.
Back in 2010, O’Donnell told Redbook that he was happier not being in huge movies after Batman & Robin, where he played Dick Grayson/Robin.
He says that he was “being offered these huge films that would have taken my career to a different level, and I decided to put on the brakes.
“I knew if I continued on that track, I probably wouldn’t have gotten married,” O’Donnell said. However, he married Caroline when just 26 years old. It turns out that she was a sister to a close friend of his.
Most certainly, the actor said that, to him, marriage and family were always important.
O’Donnell of NCIS: Los Angeles said that he had a choice.
“I could live the playboy lifestyle, which is not a bad thing to do, or have a traditional family life, which is how I grew up,” O’Donnell said. “And that was more important to me.”
However, he did say that traditions and values are key. O’Donnell said that those values are what hold his marriage together.
“Our families have the same values and traditions, and I think that goes a long way,” he said. “Because when the excitement and heat of romance wear off, those are the things you fall back on.”
O’Donnell Shares About How Much He Pays Attention To Fans’ Story Theories
Would you believe, Outsiders, that O’Donnell follows the show‘s fans’ theories?
Well, he kind of does. Maybe with a spare moment.
To clarify, here’s O’Donnell stating just how much he does listen to them.
“You know it’s funny, I don’t pay a ton of attention to it,” he said to ET Canada in February. “Some of the castmates do and the writers definitely pay attention to it and the producers.”
OK. The show’s writers and producers do? Let your voices be heard, fans, around NCIS: Los Angeles.