What is Jason Beghe’s net worth?
The actor has amassed a net worth of $9 million.
|Net Worth:||$9 million|
|Date of birth:||March 12, 1960 (63 years old)|
Biography – A Short Wiki
Jason Beghe is an American film and television actor who has a net worth of $9 million dollars. Jason Beghe is best known for his starring role as Detective Sergeant Hank Voight on the NBC police procedural television series “Chicago P.D.” Before this, he had recurring roles on such shows as “Picket Fences,” “Melrose Place,” “Chicago Hope,” “American Dreams,” and “Californication.” Beghe’s other credits have included the films “Monkey Shines,” “Thelma & Louise,” “G.I. Jane,” and “Safelight.”
Beghe began his prolific television career in 1986 with a supporting role in the military drama miniseries “Dress Gray.” He then had a recurring role on the HBO sitcom “1st & Ten” from 1986 to 1987. Beghe subsequently appeared in episodes of such shows as “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd,” “Alien Nation,” “Christine Cromwell,” “Murder, She Wrote,” “Mancuso, FBI,” “Quantum Leap,” and “Jake and the Fatman.” From 1992 to 1993, he played the recurring role of A.D.A. Petrovic on the CBS drama “Picket Fences.” This was followed by appearances on “In the Heat of the Night,” “L.A. Law,” “Matlock,” and “The X-Files.” Beghe had his next recurring role in 1994 on the primetime soap opera “Melrose Place.” Subsequent credits included “NYPD Blue,” “Public Morals,” “Good Company,” “George and Leo,” and “Chicago Hope.” In 1998, Beghe had a main role on the short-lived CBS drama “To Have & to Hold,” costarring Moira Kelly. He next had a recurring role on the legal drama “Family Law.”
In 2000, Beghe married Angie Janu, with whom he had two children. The couple divorced in 2019. According to the terms of their divorce, Jason got to keep a luxurious condo in Chicago (his primary residence while filming for the Chicago TV franchise) and she got to keep a house in Malibu.
“Scientology delivers what it promises under the guise of tearing away falsity, neuroses, psychoses. It creates a brainwashed, robotic version of you. It’s a ‘Matrix’ of you, so you’re communicating with people all the time using Scientology.”
— Jason Beghe
“I’ve yet to meet a person in my life who doesn’t have some moral ambiguity.”
— Jason Beghe