Clayne Crawford

About Clayne Crawford

Who is it?: Actor, Director, Producer
Birth Day: April 20, 1978
Birth Place:  Clay, Alabama, United States
Birth Sign: Taurus
Occupation: actor
Years active: 1997–present
Spouse(s): Sunshine Kiki Brown (m. 2004)
Children: 3

Clayne Crawford Net Worth

Clayne Crawford was bornon April 20, 1978 in  Clay, Alabama, United States, is Actor, Director, Producer. Clayne Crawford was born on April 20, 1978 in Clay, Alabama, USA. He is an actor and director, known for A Walk to Remember (2002), The Baytown Outlaws (2012) and The Perfect Host (2010). He is married to Sunshine Kiki Brown.
Clayne Crawford is a member of Actor

💰 Net worth: $1.4 Million

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Awards and nominations:

2016 TV Critics' Choice Awards – Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Nominated)

Biography/Timeline

1996

In 1996 he drove to Los Angeles in order for Crawford to seek work as an actor. He often worked in construction to support himself while appearing in small theaters. In 2000, he changed his name professionally from Joey to Clayne, a combination to honor an ancestor ("Clan") and his hometown (Clay, Alabama) .

2002

Crawford had supporting roles in the films A Walk to Remember (2002) and Swimfan (2002). He also appeared in A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004) and The Great Raid (2005). He also played in some small independent films that were not widely distributed.

2008

He had a recurring role in the first season of Jericho as Mitchell "Mitch" Cafferty. In 2008 he appeared on Life in the episode "Evil ... and His Brother Ziggy." Crawford was the protagonist in the 2010 straight-to-DVD prequel to Smokin' Aces, Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball.

2010

In 2010 he had a recurring role in the eighth season of 24 as 'Kevin Wade,' a young, mysterious man. He also appeared in the first and second season of the A&E series The Glades.

2013

Crawford played the role of Teddy (Ted Talbot, Jr.) in the first SundanceTV original series, Rectify, which was aired for four seasons from 2013 to 2016. The series, exploring a man who is released from prison after 19 years on death row after DNA evidence appears to support his innocence, also looks at the effects on his family and town. It received critical praise and won a Peabody Award in 2014, also receiving notice for its treatment of issues in Criminal justice.

2016

2016 TV Critics' Choice Awards – Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Nominated)