W. Earl Brown Net Worth

W. Earl Brown was born in Murray, Kentucky and grew up with a love of movies. He attended Murray State University and received his MFA from DePaul University's Theatre School in 1989. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles and started his career in television and film. He has had roles in films such as New Nightmare, A Vampire in Brooklyn, Scream, There's Something About Mary, Being John Malkovich, The Master, The Sessions, Wild, and Black Mass. On television, he has guest starred in many series, including Seinfeld, American Horror Story, Justified, X-Files, Six Feet Under, and NYPD Blue. He is best known for his role as Dan Dority in HBO's Deadwood and for his starring role in VH1's Meatloaf: To Hell and Back. He also co-starred in Sony's The Last Of Us video game and writes music and records with Sacred Cowboys. His name was changed to W. Earl Brown when he joined the Screen Actors Guild and to William Earl Brown when he joined the songwriter's rights association, ASCAP.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day September 07, 1963
Birth Place  Murray, Kentucky, United States
W. Earl Brown age 59 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Alma mater DePaul University Theatre School
Occupation Actor writer producer musician
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Carrie Paschall (m. 1989)
Children Anna Brown

💰 Net worth: $1.2 Million

W. Earl Brown, a renowned actor, writer, and miscellaneous crew member in the United States, has amassed a significant net worth. As of 2024, his net worth stands at an estimated $1.2 million. With a prolific career in the entertainment industry, Brown has captured audiences with his remarkable performances and diverse range of talents. Whether on the big screen or the small screen, his presence and contributions have left a lasting impact. From his acting roles to his contributions as a writer and miscellaneous crew member, W. Earl Brown's net worth is a testament to his valuable contribution to the industry.

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Brown received his bachelor's degree from Murray State University before moving to Chicago where he received his MFA from DePaul University Theatre School in 1989.


In 1993, Brown moved to Los Angeles. He auditioned for, and was cast in Wes Craven's New Nightmare. He also has a minor role in Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn, and a bigger one as Gail's cameraman in Craven's Scream. Two years later, Brown played the role of Warren in the comedy film There's Something About Mary. Other past films credits include Being John Malkovich, Vanilla Sky, Dancing at the Blue Iguana, The Alamo, and The Big White.


In addition to his television and film work, Brown performed the motion capture and voiceover work for Naughty Dog's acclaimed video game, The Last of Us. He also writes and records with the Los Angeles band Sacred Cowboys, who performed around the Southwest U.S. steadily from 2005 to 2009, including having been on the bill for Stagecoach 2009, Southern California's premiere country music festival.


In 2009, Brown wrote and produced the Samuel Goldwyn Co./Sony release Bloodworth. Among Brown's more recent film credits are the Oscar-nominated films The Master and The Sessions and 2013's The Lone Ranger and Brother's Keeper, and 2014's Wild.