Alan Ritchson Net Worth – 2022

Alan Ritchson

Net Worth $6 Million
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession Singer, Model, Actor
Gender Male
Date of Birth Nov 28, 1984 (37 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Alan Ritchson Net Worth:

$6 Million

How much does Alan Ritchson make and what is his net worth?

Alan Ritchson is an actor and director with a $6 million net worth. Alan Ritchson first became well-known for playing Arthur Curry on the TV show “Smallville,” which was about superheroes. He went on to star in shows like “Blue Mountain State,” “Blood Drive,” “Titans,” and “Reacher.” Ritchson has also been in movies like “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” which came out in 2014. In 2021, he directed his first movie, “Dark Web: Cicada 3301.”

Alan Ritchson was born on November 28, 1982, in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He was the second of three boys to be born to high school teacher Vickie and retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant David. As a child, Ritchson and his family moved from Niceville, Florida, to Rantoul, Illinois, and then to Niceville, Florida. He went to Niceville High School there and got his diploma in 2001. Ritchson went on to get an associate of arts degree from what is now called Northwest Florida State College, which used to be Okaloosa Walton Community College.

Career Beginnings

Ritchson’s first job was as a model for Abercrombie & Fitch. In 2004, when he was one of the top 87 contestants on the reality TV singing show “American Idol,” he became known to a wider audience.

Career in Television

When he started acting for the first time in 2005, Ritchson got his big break. In that same year, he started making guest appearances on the TV show “Smallville” as Arthur Curry, also known as Aquaman. Ritchson was in the fifth season of the show and then again in the tenth and final season in 2010. During this time, he was in “Though None Go with Me” and “Midnight Bayou,” both of which were made for TV. Ritchson’s first main role was on the sitcom “Blue Mountain State” from 2010 to 2011. He played Kevin Devlin “Thad” Castle, the captain of a college football team. Ritchson went on to appear in episodes of shows like “CSI: Miami,” “90210,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “New Girl,” “Workaholics,” and “Black Mirror.” He was also a regular on the NBC show “I Can Do That,” which was about famous people trying to do things. The show ran for one season in 2015.

Ritchson played LAPD officer Arthur Bailey on the short-lived Syfy show “Blood Drive,” which aired in 2017. Christina Ochoa, Marama Corlett, Colin Cunningham, and Thomas Dominique were also in the movie with him. Then, in 2018, Ritchson went back to playing a superhero on TV when he played Hank Hall on the DC Universe show “Titans.” At first, he was only going to be in two episodes, but in the second and third seasons, he was given a main role. Ritchson played Hank Hall again on “Supergirl” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” both of which are part of the DC Universe. In 2022, he started playing the title character on the Amazon Prime Video show “Reacher,” which was based on the books by “Jack Reacher.”

Career in Film

In the 2006 horror movie “The Butcher,” Ritchson played one of a group of teenagers who get into a car accident and are then terrorized by a family of psychopaths. Next, he was in the drama “Steam” in 2007, which starred Ruby Dee, Kate Siegel, and Ally Sheedy. A few years later, Ritchson was in the teen sex comedy “Fired Up!” with a large cast. He then got parts in some big Hollywood movies. Ritchson played Gloss in the science-fiction movie “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” which came out in 2013. In the reboot of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” the next year, he played Raphael. In 2016, he played the same character in “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.” Between these two movies, Ritchson was in “The Wedding Ringer,” a romantic comedy, and “Lazer Team,” a science fiction action comedy. In “Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland,” he played Thad Castle again, the character he played on the TV show “Blue Mountain State.”

In the horror comedy “Office Uprising,” which came out in 2018, Ritchson was in it with Zachary Levi, Brenton Thwaites, Jane Levy, Karan Soni, and others. After that, he was in two 2019 movies: “Above the Shadows,” a supernatural romance with Olivia Thirlby and Jim Gaffigan, and “The Turkey Bowl,” a sports comedy with Matt Jones and Ryan Hansen. The next year, Ritchson and Brenton Thwaites worked together again in the supernatural horror movie “Ghosts of War.” Ritchson’s first movie as a director was the comedy-thriller “Dark Web: Cicada 3301,” which he co-wrote and co-produced and which came out in 2021. In the movie, he also stars with Jack Kesy, Ron Funches, and Conor Leslie.

Different Projects

In 2006, Ritchson put out a music album called “This is Next Time,” which was one of his other media projects. He was also in the web series “Enormous Friends,” and the character of Beowulf in the 2007 video game “Beowulf: The Game” was based on him.

Personal Life

He has three children with his wife, Cathrine. Florida is where the family lives.

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