Brendan James Fraser took birth in Indianapolis, Indiana on 3rd of December in 1968. He maneuvered intermittently along with his family growing up, spending time in Ontario, Netherlands, Seattle and the Switzerland.
He joined a boarding school in Toronto for initial studies. Later, he went to Seattle’s Cornish College of Arts and graduated from there. After that, he showed up in a small acting college in New York.
Brendan James Fraser is his birth name.
United States of America
Actor, Photographer, Voice Actor, Film Producer
- Father: Peter Fraser (Former Journalist at Government Office)
- Mother: Carol Mary (Sales Counselor)
- Siblings: Older three brothers (Kevin, Regan, Sean)
- Wife: Afton Smith (1998)
- Children: Three kids (Griffin Arthur Fraser, Holden Fletcher Fraser, Leland Francis Fraser)
They divorced in December 2007. Fraser’s divorce hit his net worth severely. He called upon the court for a devaluation in child support and alimony payments. Then, he indicated that he had only $25 million amount.
He showed $205,704 as his monthly income and yield of investments round about $26,000 per month. Although, he used more than he acquired.
According to networthobserver, the net worth of Brendan Fraser is $25 million. As the origin of his net worth, his film career by taking the roles as an actor or as an executive producer. Brand ratification with assorted organizations and TV roles are also his net worth booster.
Fraser is a Canadian-American actor, having the career in movies as well as in television. He came to Texas to attend college but he agreed to focus his hands in movies. He appeared in 1991 in his first movie “Dogfight”. In 1992, he acted as a lead role in movie “Encino Man”. After that, he was advertised in the film “School Ties” in the same year.
Some of the movies having no mark in the box office was in 1994, “The Scout”, “With Honors” and “Airheads”.
In 1997, his commercial first commercial success movie was “George of the Jungle”, the comedy movie. He owned his name in industry by amazing performance in “The Mummy” and its sequel “The Mummy Returns” in global. But some movies went down like “Blast from the Past” (1999), “Bedazzled” (2000), and “Monkeybone” (2001). He displayed in some television shows like “Scrubs”, “King of the Hill” and “The Simpsons”.
He then appeared in August 2008, in the movie “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emporer”. In same year, he started work in two other movies “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “Inkheart”.
He did many plays and Broadway shows “Elling” and “Fury Vengence” in 2010. He started work in FX anthology series “Trust”, television show “Texas Rising” (2015) and “The Affairs” (2016-2017).
|1993||Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||Most Promising Actor||Encino Man and School Ties||Nominated|
|1997||Seattle International Film Industry Award||Best Actor||Still Breathing||Won|
|2000||Blockbuster Entertainment Award||Favorite Actor||The Mummy||Nominated|
|2001||Teen Choice Award||Choice Actor||The Mummy Returns||Nominated|
|2005||Hollywood Film Festival Award||Ensemble of the Year||Crash||Won|
|2006||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Performance||Crash||Won|