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Brendan Fraser was born Brendan James Fraser in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 3, 1968. He grew up in Washington, California, Ontario, Switzerland, and the Netherlands with his Canadian parents, Carol (a sales counselor) and Peter (a Canadian foreign service officer), and three elder brothers, Kevin, Regan, and Sean.

Brendan attended Upper Canada College, a private boarding school in Toronto, and graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle in 1990. He had intended to pursue acting at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, but on the way, he stopped in Hollywood and was cast as a sailor in the 1991 picture “Dogfight,” and chose to remain.


What is Brendan Fraser’s Net Worth and Salary?

Net Worth: $20 Million
Date of Birth: Dec 3, 1968 (53 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession: Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor, Photographer
Nationality: United States of America

Brendan Fraser is a $20 million dollar net worth American-Canadian actor and producer. Fraser’s net worth is the result of a successful cinematic career that began in the 1990s. He is most recognized for his parts in “The Mummy” trilogy, “George of the Jungle,” “Encino Man,” and “Dudley Do-Right,” as well as a notable 3-episode storyline on the NBC comedy “Scrubs.” Brendan was featured in the Academy Award-winning films “Crash” and “The Quiet American.”


Movie Salaries

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Brendan received $1.5 million for his role in The Scout in 1994. In 1999, he made $4 million for both The Mummy and Duddley Do-Right. In 2000, he received $10 million for his role in Bedazzled. The Mummy Returns earned $12.5 million in 2001. His salary for the 2008 Mummy installment was $14 million. These films alone have grossed $46 million.


Personal Life

Brendan married actress Afton Smith on September 27, 1998, and they divorced in 2008. They have three kids, Griffin (born in 2002), Holden (born in 2004), and Leland (born in 2006). Fraser has dual citizenship in the United States and Canada and speaks French fluently. He is on the board of directors of FilmAid International and is an avid photographer.

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Brendan’s stunts in his films have taken a toll on his health, and he has undergone surgery numerous times; he underwent a partial knee replacement, vocal cord surgery, and various back procedures during a seven-year span. Fraser reported in 2018 that the head of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Philip Berk, had sexually assaulted him in 2003 and that he feels speaking out contributed to his career collapse.


Awards and Achivements

Fraser received a Golden Space Needle Award for his performance in “Still Breathing” at the Seattle International Film Festival in 1997. In 2004, he won an Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his work on “Scrubs,” and in 2008, he was honored with a ShoWest Award for Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film.

Brendan also shared a Screen Actors Guild Award, a Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, a Hollywood Film Festival Award, and a Gold Derby Award with his “Crash” co-stars. Fraser was honored with a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2006.


Professional Career

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Fraser made his television debut in a recreation of a murder victim in a 1998 episode of “America’s Most Wanted.” He scored his first big part in 1992, co-starring in “Encino Man” with Pauly Shore and Sean Astin, and he also acted in the sports drama “School Ties” the same year. Brendan featured in “With Honors,” “The Scout,” “Airheads,” and “In the Army Now” in 1994 (reuniting with Pauly Shore), and “George of the Jungle” garnered $174.4 million at the movie office in 1997.

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Following “George of the Jungle,” he directed “Gods and Monsters,” “Blast from the Past,” “Dudley Do-Right,” and the box office smash “The Mummy,” which grossed $416.4 million; the sequels, “The Mummy Returns” and “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor,” grossed $435 million and $403.4 million, respectively. Fraser then starred in “Bedazzled” (2000), “The Quiet American” (2002), “Looney Tunes: Back in Action” (2003), “Crash” (2004), “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (2008), “Inkheart,” and a number of other films before retiring from acting in 2014.


Real Estate

Brendan and Afton paid $675,000 for a 3,948-square-foot Beverly Hills home in 1996. They sold it for $3 million a few months before their divorce announcement in 2007.

Instagram Account

He is very active on social media and has 116k followers on Instagram, A post by him given below:

 

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