Michael McGlone Net Worth

Michael McGlone was born on August 10, 1972 in  White Plains, New York, United States, is Miscellaneous Crew, Actor. Michael McGlone is an Actor, Writer, Director, Producer, Singer/Songwriter and Performer.He began his career on the screen with his critically acclaimed performance in the 1995 Sundance Film Festival Best Film Award Winner, The Brothers McMullen, from where he went on to star in such movies as She's the One, One Tough Cop, The Bone Collector, Dinner Rush and Hard Ball...In a return to the screen with Eddie Burns in their third feature film together, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, McGlone played the fiery and robust Quinn Fitzgerald...after which he continued his recurring work on CBS's Person of Interest...In this next phase of his prolific career, Michael McGlone has created Kenny The Gun, the story of New York City Cop, Kenneth Patrick Sullivan, Detective 1st Grade, who ironically in the afterglow his greatest success, finds himself at a painful crossroads. As a consummate Irish New Yorker, McGlone unforgettably delivers the story of the quintessential Irish Cop, Kenny The Gun, in his powerful One Man Show. "This is the launch of Kenny The Gun," says Michael; "this is how I'm introducing the Series to the world."
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Miscellaneous Crew, Actor
Birth Day August 10, 1972
Birth Place  White Plains, New York, United States
Age 48 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Virgo
Occupation Actor, singer, songwriter, comedian
Website http://www.michaelmcglone.com

💰 Net worth: $1.4 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1995

McGlone's best-known movie credits include two castings as writer/actor/director/producer Edward Burns's brother in the 1995 movie The Brothers McMullen and 1996's She's the One with Jennifer Aniston. He's also had large supporting roles in One Tough Cop and The Bone Collector.

1999

On TV, McGlone's credits include Crash on the Starz and The Kill Point on Spike TV, as well as a recurring role on CBS's very well received Person of Interest. He also guest starred in an episode of Psych. Voice-over credits include The Learning Channel's Trauma: Life in the E.R., Court TV's I, Detective, and The History Channel series Dead Reckoning. McGlone has also acted on stage. His writing credits include the novels And All the Roses Dying..., Dice, and Hourigan's Song. He has recorded and produced two albums, Hero (1999) and To Be Down (2002).