Dermot Mulroney Net Worth
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The very talented Dermot has been around in Hollywood for several decades, appearing around the mid-1980s. He is an actor who has had a very successful career in television, film, and voice roles. In his early career days, he was known to star in western, romantic comedies, and drama movies but has since grown to take up more serious roles and this has in turn seen to positive changes in Dermot Mulroney’s net worth.

Some of his popular works which gained him international acclaim include Young Guns (1988), Where the Day Takes You (1992), My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997), About Schmidt (2002), and Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015). He featured as the main antagonist in NBC’s Crisis and Pure Genius and in 2007, he received a Philadelphia Film Festival Award for Artistic Achievement.

Dermot Mulroney’s net worth has also been influenced through his exploits as a musician and a very brilliant cellist who has continued to play alongside his acting. He recently featured as a cello soloist in the 2nd and 3rd seasons of TV series Mozart in the Jungle.

Dermot Mulroney’s Career Beginning – Pre-‘Friends’

Though he attended school up to college level, he finished from the Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois and graduated in 1985, Dermot Mulroney began to play the cello when he was in elementary school. He played at the city youth orchestras and also acted in the children’s community theatre. So it’s safe to say his passion for music and acting began at a very tender age. While in high school, during his sophomore year, he attended the Interlochen Arts Camp as a Cello player.

While in college, he auditioned with a William Morris Agency agent named Barbara Gale and was offered a contract and asked to relocate to Hollywood. He auditioned for 3 months before landing his debut role as the lead in film Sin of Innocence (1986) where he features as a stepbrother that falls in love with his stepsister after their parents marry. He has gone ahead to have a robust career in the entertainment industry.

On the personal front, Dermot has been married twice. He married Catherine Keener in 1990 with whom he has a son Clyde Mulroney born in 1999. They separated in 2005 and Dermot filled for divorce in 2007, citing irreconcilable differences. In 2008, he married Tharita Caseron-Catulle with whom he has two daughters (Mabel Ray born 2008 and Sally June born 2009).

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What Is Dermot Mulroney’s Net Worth Since His Days On ‘Friends’?

Dermot has made more than 100 appearances in movies and television since his career started in 1986. Although he hasn’t had lots of wins in terms of prestigious awards, he has featured in some very successful films and TV series, since his appearance on Friends.

After appearing in 3 episodes in the 9th season of the popular TV Series Friends as Gavin Mitchell a love interest/boyfriend to Rachel, he called a hiatus on his television acting appearance to focus on films. He revealed that he had turned down several roles in television shows to focus on films.

Dermot voiced the character of Hal Jordan/ Green Lantern in the very successful The Batman series. He had a lead role in the 2015 sequel and third installment in the Insidious franchise Insidious: Chapter 3. The movie grossed $113 million at the box office. Some of his other very successful movies that have also influenced Dermot Mulroney’s net worth include The Wedding Date (2005), Must Love Dogs (2005), The Family Stone (2005), Burn After Reading (2008), There Goes My Baby (1994), Dirty Grandpa (2016).

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Mulroney has also had an interesting career as a cellist and musician. In addition to being a former band member of “Cranky George” and “The Low & Sweet Orchestra,” he has also played score roles in several movies. Some of which include Mission: Impossible III (2006), Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). Mulroney played the cello in Melissa Etheridge’s 1992 album Never Enough on the song “Place Your Hand” and also played the cello and double bass on the EP for Summer Phoenix and Rain Phoenix band titled “Papercranes”. He wrote the song “Someone Else’s Used Guitar” for the 1993 movie by Peter Bogdanovich The Thing Called Love and also starred in the movie.

With the plethora of works he has featured in and their successes at the box office, Dermot has been able to garner a net worth estimated to be about $11 million.

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