David Boreanaz Net Worth

David Boreanaz Net Worth

What is David Boreanaz’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $30 million.

David Boreanaz – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $30 million
Date of birth: May 16, 1969 (54 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 185 cm
Profession: Actor, Television Director, Television Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

David Boreanaz is an American actor, producer and director who has a net worth of $30 million. He is best known for appearing on the television shows “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” as Angel and starring on the subsequent spin-off “Angel.” He is also known for appearing for many years on the drama “Bones.”


After moving to Los Angeles with his degree in filmmaking, he found it hard to find work at first, like many struggling actors. He slept on a couch at his sister’s apartment and visited film sets and did production assistant work with the hope of learning more about the industry. Boreanaz landed a small background extra role in 1993’s “Aspen Extreme,” where he played a fan waving at skiers. He worked as a prop stage hand in “Best of the Best II,” starring Tommy Lee, where he also had a small uncredited role.

Personal Life

Boreanaz was married to Ingrid Quinn from 1997-1999. In November 2001, he married Playboy model Jaime Bergman. The two have a son, Jaden Rayne (b. 2002) and a daughter, Bardot Vita, born on August 31, 2009. They later changed the child’s name to Bella. In 2010, David publicly admitted to having an extramarital affair with Rachel Uchitel, the same woman Tiger Woods was alleged to have cheated on with his wife. At the time of their affair, David’s wife was pregnant.


“I hate TiVo, I hate DVRs. I do not get them.”

— David Boreanaz

“I could easily escape to a hotel for a weekend and do absolutely nothing.”

— David Boreanaz

“I like to direct for the big screen.”

— David Boreanaz

“I’m glad that I’m able to entertain and be a part of people watching shows and enjoying the work.”

— David Boreanaz

“Do I believe in giving up? No, I don’t.”

— David Boreanaz

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