How Rich Is Canadian Actor Luke Macfarlane? His Career As An Actor & Salary
Thomas Luke Macfarlane, a.k.a. Luke Macfarlane, is an actor and musician based in Canada. He is best known for his portrayal of Scotty Wandell in TV series Brothers & Sisters. He made his debut as an actor back in 2003 and is still very active in the industry. Only in 2017, he appeared in Hallmark TV movies like A Birthday Wish, Karen Kingsbury's Maggie's Christmas Miracle and The Christmas Ornament alongside actors like Jill Wagner, Jessy Schram, Yvonne Chapman, Kellie Martin, Cameron Mathison, and many others.
Born on 19th Jan 1980, the 38-year-old is an openly gay man and came out of the closet in April of 2008. He is quite a famous actor and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Source: TV Guide
Today, we are going to share some information regarding the Canadian actor's net worth, salary, career, awards.
Luke Macfarlane net worth and salary
Back in 2017, Luke had an estimated net worth of $3 million, but his net worth of 2018 has not been disclosed yet. There are little to no information about how much the actor earns on a yearly or monthly basis, but some sources claim that his estimated annual salary is $352,941. The sum of his earning from 2014-15 and his earnings in recent years have not been disclosed.
Meanwhile, his earnings from some of his films like Erection, Supreme Courtships, Brother & Sisters, Recalled, etc., are $524,476, $324,675, $189,394, and $207,871 respectively. He has made millions through his career as an actor.
But, acting is not the only source of income, he also earns a reasonable sum by endorsing products. Sources claim that he makes around $80,000 yearly through endorsement deals and sponsorships.
Luke Macfarlane career and awards
Luke made his debut in the industry as a model back in 2003 after appearing in a music video to Seal's song Love's Divine. Later in the same year, he also appeared in the theater as Brondie Chase in a play Juvenilia.
Watch the music video here
In the following year, he made his debut both on TV and the big screen. He appeared as Brue Kinsey in 2004 film Kinsey followed by the role of Stuart DeBarge in TV miniseriesTanner on Tanner.
In 2005, he appeared in a lead role in Tv series Over There. Later in that year, he appeared in films and TV series like Iron Road, Recalled, Trapped Ashes and other.
Among these, his most recognized role is as Scott Wandell in Brothers and Sisters. During the first two season, he was only a recurring character, but after the 3rd season, he started appearing as the main cast. He portrayed the role until 2011 when the show ended after it's 5th season.
Watch Promo of Brothers & Sisters
Furthermore, his another most notable role is his portrayal of lead character Jason Howell in 2013 TV Series Satisfaction. In the year, he also appeared as Dean in short film Erection.
Additionally, his most recent works as an actor are in 2017 films and TV series like Rock, Paper, Dead, A Birthday Wish, Karen Kingsbury's Maggie's Christmas Miracle and The Christmas Ornament.
Watch Trailer to Film Rock, Paper, Dead
Moving on to his achievements, the actor has not won any notable award and honor to date, but he is still working on it and still has a long way to go in terms of his acting career.