Glusea brings to you Bruce Abbott net worth
|Net worth||$35 million|
|Source of wealth||film, stage, and television actor|
|Date of Birth||July 28, 1954|
Bruce Abbott Net Worth
Bruce Abbott Net Worth: Bruce Paul Abbott is an American film, stage, and television actor who has a net worth of $35 million. He initially began his career in theater, Abbott later gained notoriety for his role as Dr. Dan Cain in the cult sci-fi horror films Re-Animator (1985) and Bride of Re-Animator.
Abbott was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, where he graduated from David Douglas High School in 1972. His career began as a dancer and actor in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, where he spent three seasons from 1975 to 1978, appearing in productions of A Winter’s Tale, All’s Well That Ends Well, Henry VI Part 2, The Tempest, and The Tragedy of King Richard III.
He attended Portland State University, and later the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, California.
In 1980, Abbott relocated from Portland to Hollywood (“in the middle of the actors’ strike, and I didn’t know anyone,” he recalled).
Shortly afterwards, he was cast as the villain in the movie Tag: The Assassination Game. He met his future (first) wife Linda Hamilton on the set. In 1985, he starred as Dr. Dan Cain in Stuart Gordon’s sci-fi horror film Re-Animator (1985), a role he reprised in the sequel Bride of Re-Animator (1990).
He later starred in Summer Heat (1987), a period drama, with Lori Singer and Kathy Bates. He also starred in the horror film Bad Dreams (1988) directed by Andrew Fleming, and the comedy Casual S@x? (1989). Abbott had a lead role in the futuristic television film Out of Time (1988), with Bill Maher.
In 1991, he appeared as Harry Pierpont in the television film Dillinger, with Sherilyn Fenn and Patricia Arquette. From 1992 to 1993, he appeared in a recurring role as Judge Nicholas Marshall in the series Dark Justice.
Throughout his career, Abbott has been a guest star on many TV series Murder, She Wrote, Family Law, Diagnosis: Murder, and more. He had a recurring role in the short-lived series The Net, based on the film of the same title starring Sandra Bullock.
He appeared in the horror sequel The Prophecy II (1996), with Christopher Walken and Brittany Murphy.
Abbott is semi-retired from acting. He is an architect and artist and works in the custom-design industry. He has designed more than 20 homes.
Abbott married Linda Hamilton in 1982; the union produced one child, Dalton Bruce (born October 4, 1989) (who can be seen in Terminator 2: Judgment Day as Infant John Connor). He and Linda divorced around 1989. That same year, on the set of the television film Trapped, Abbott met actress Kathleen Quinlan. They married April 12, 1994 and have one son, Tyler Quinlan (born October 17, 1990).
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