Matt Czuchry Net Worth

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The tv actor has amassed a net worth of $3 million.

Matt Czuchry – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3 million
Date of birth: May 20, 1977 (46 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 176
Profession: TV Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Played the arrogant character Logan on the television series Gilmore Girls alongside Alexis Bledel. In 2009, he began playing Cary Agos on the series The Good Wife.

He had a brief role on the teenage drama Freaks and Geeks.

He had a guest role on the television series Veronica Mars.


He used to take theatre classes in college due to which his professor asked him to pursue drama. He got his first role in YOUNG AMERICANS, where he met Kate Bosworth. Both of them dated each other from the year 2000 to the year 2002. He also appeared as a guest at 7th HEAVEN, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, VERONICA MARS, and THE PRACTICE. After appearing in a TV drama titled HACK, he appeared in JAKE 2.0.

Matt Czuchry Net Worth
The TV actor impresses with a net worth of 3000000 dollars. Congratulations for this achievement!

Personal Life

He grew up in Tennessee alongside his sister and two brothers. He briefly dated Kate Bosworth.

He was in the film Eight Legged Freaks with David Arquette.


“I have been extremely fortunate to have incredibly special fans support my work throughout my twelve year career.”

— Matt Czuchry

“I’m grateful that on a lot of casts I’ve gained friends for life. But it’s more of a rare thing than a normal thing. I have a small group of friends, and I just, uh, feel fulfilled by the people that are in my life.”

— Matt Czuchry

“Pabst Blue Ribbon. I’m from Johnson City, Tennessee. I gotta go Pabst.”

— Matt Czuchry

“I love horror, mystery, and science fiction, and Poe was one of the founding fathers of those worlds.”

— Matt Czuchry

“For me, the most important thing that I am meticulous about when it comes to fashion is fit. I want something that fits perfectly for my body type and fits perfectly for who I am as a person from the inside out.”

— Matt Czuchry