Southpaw Actor Beau Knapp's Net Worth And Salary: His Career As An Actor

    Updated On 12 Mar, 2018 Published On

    The American actor Beau Knapp, who appeared with Jake Gyllenhaal in the 2015 film Southpaw, made his debut on the big screen in the sci-fi horror film Super 8 in 2011. The movie was a huge box office hit with the earning of over $260 million against the budget of $50 million. Knapp's net worth is estimated to be around $3 million in 2017.

    Beau is the son of the film producer, Harry Knapp and claims his father as his biggest inspiration. He once stated that his father's project in Thailand and the work of actors like Christian Bale and Jeremy Davis made a huge influence on his decision of becoming an actor.

    Beau Knapp

    Beau Knapp

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    The Caucasian-descent has a pretty unique name as his first name 'Beau' means handsome in French and Dutch. Keep on rolling to know about Lucy Knapp's husband's net worth, salary, and career.

    Beau Knapp: Net Worth, Salary, and Career.

    Knapp recently co-starred in the Netflix Original crime drama series, Seven Seconds which released its first season last February. In the series, he appeared as the character Peter Jablonski.


    Although, there are no exact details about his income from the series, according to Netflix's past payment records, Knapp salary is estimated to be around 170K per episode which makes his total earning over $1.5 million from the first season.

    Knapp was previously cast by Netflix in their 2017 war drama film, Sand Castle starring Nicholas Hoult and Henry Cavill. For his portrayal of the character Sergeant Burton, he got paid around half a million while the lead Hoult bagged over $2.2 million from his role in the film.



    Knap appeared as the main villain in the sixth installment of Death Wish film series featuring Bruce Willis, which released recently on March 2nd. The film was hugely criticized for not adding new content and got negative reviews. So far, It has only collected around $16 million whereas the budget of the series is $30 million.

    Beau Knapp in The Finest Hours

    Beau Knapp in The Finest Hours

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    Besides, Knap also portrayed the role of Gus, the best friend of Chris Pine's character in the 2016 historical drama thriller film, The Finest Hours. Knap earned around $1.2 million that year, and he also appeared in The Nice Guys as the villain. Further, he also featured in the war drama film, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime.