|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Voice Actor|
|Date of Birth||May 5, 1979 (43 years old)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
What is the net worth of Vincent Kartheiser?
American actor Vincent Kartheiser has a net worth of $6 million. Together with his wife, fellow “Mad Men” star Alexis Bledel, he plays this role. Vincent Kartheiser is best known for his appearances on “Angel” and “Mad Men.” In the late 1990s, he starred in the films “Alaska,” “Masterminds,” and “Another Day in Paradise.” The television shows “Casual,” “Proven Innocent,” and “Titans,” as well as the films “Alpha Dog,” “In Time,” and “American Hangman” are among Kartheiser’s more credits.
Early Life and Beginnings of Career
Vincent Kartheiser was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 5, 1979, the youngest of six children to construction equipment salesman James and nursery owner Janet. He is of German and Luxembourgish origin, has one brother called Nathan and four sisters named Andrea, Colette, Elise, and Therese, and has one brother named Nathan. Growing up, Kartheiser got his first stage acting experiences with the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis, appearing in “Pippi Longstocking,” “Our Town,” and “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm,” among others. He attended Apple Valley High School as a kid, but dropped out at age 15 to pursue a career in acting.
Kartheiser made his television debut in an episode of the 1994 courtroom drama series “Sweet Justice.” He appears in an episode of the medical drama ER five years later. In 2002, Kartheiser scored his most significant part to date when he joined the third season of the supernatural drama television series Angel. Before becoming a permanent part of the cast in season four, he originally featured in recurring roles as Connor. From 2007 through 2015, Kartheiser portrayed Pete Campbell, a young, ambitious advertising executive, on the AMC historical drama “Mad Men.”
Kartheiser provided his voice for episodes of the animated series “Axe Cop” and “High School USA!” from 2013 to 2015. Additionally, he appears in episodes of “Inside Amy Schumer” and “Saints & Strangers.” Kartheiser participated in two episodes of the anthology historical drama “Genius” in 2017. In 2016, he had a recurring role on the Hulu streaming series “Casual.” Next, he had a recurring part on “The Path,” another Hulu streaming series. Kartheiser starred in the German television series “Das Boot,” a sequel of the 1981 war film of the same name, from 2018 to 2020. During this period, he also starred in the Fox courtroom drama “Proven Innocent” and the Netflix mystery thriller “The OA” Dr. Jonathan Crane in the third season of the superhero streaming series “Titans” was Kartheiser’s next major role, which he assumed in 2021.
Kartheiser debuted on the big screen in 1993 with a modest role in the romantic drama “Untamed Heart.” In the years that followed, he largely appeared in family pictures, such as the sports film “Little Big League” and the fantasy feature “The Indian in the Cupboard,” based on Lynne Reid Banks’ 1980 children’s novel. In the 1996 adventure survival film Alaska, Kartheiser and Thora Birch portrayed two children searching for their missing father in the Alaskan tundra. The next year, Kartheiser starred in the action comedy “Masterminds.” In the 1998 crime drama “Another Day in Paradise,” directed by Larry Clark, he portrayed a homeless, drug-addicted youngster. In the film, Kartheiser and his co-star Natasha Gregson appeared in two explicit sexual scenes. In the comedy “All I Wanna Do,” starring Kirsten Dunst, Gaby Hoffmann, Monica Keena, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Heather Matarazzo, he played a part after this notable performance.
Kartheiser began the new millennium with major parts in two films: the Dostoevsky adaption “Crime and Punishment in Suburbia” and the indie drama “Luckytown,” which reunited him with his old co-star Kirsten Dunst. Next, Kartheiser featured in “The Unsaid,” “Dandelion,” and “Alpha Dog.” In 2007, he starred in the black comedy horror film “Killing Zelda Sparks.” He had a minor role in the comedic sequel “Elektra Luxx” three years later. Subsequently, Kartheiser provided his voice for the animated Western picture “Rango” and starred alongside Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried in the science fiction action thriller “In Time.” “Day Out of Days,” “A Kind of Murder,” “The Most Hated Woman in America,” “My Friend Dahmer,” “Most Likely to Murder,” “American Hangman,” and “Crypto” are among his other works. Kartheiser delivered the voice of the artificial intelligence in the 2021 documentary “The Social Dilemma.”
In 1998, Kartheiser dated Rachael Leigh Cook, with whom he co-starred in “All I Want to Do” and “The Hairy Bird.” In 2012, he began dating Alexis Bledel, an actress. The couple became engaged the following year and tied the knot in June of 2014.
They are the parents of a boy. In 2016, Kartheiser and Bledel sold their duplex penthouse in Brooklyn for $1,300,000. Kartheiser has stated that he favors a simple lifestyle, eschewing his automobile in favor of public transit and walking.