Zachary Quinto Net Worth

Zachary Quinto Wealth

What is Zachary Quinto’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $20 million.

Zachary Quinto – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 million
Date of birth: June 2, 1977 (46 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 188
Profession: Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Zachary Jon Quinto is an American actor and film producer born on June 2, 1977. Zachary graduated from Central Catholic High School in 1995, where he used to participate in their musicals and won the Gene Kelly Award for Best Supporting Actor. Later on, he attended Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama from which he graduated in 1999. Quinto began his career on television in the short-lived television series The Others and afterwards appeared as a guest star on several shows including Six Feet under, CSI and L.A. Dragnet. Soon after, he received a recurring role as Adam Kaufman on the Fox series 24. In 2006, Zachary starred in the VH1 series So No TORIous and later that year appeared as Gabriel Gray in the series Heroes. Upcoming year brought more success to him and he performed the character of pock in the box office hit film Star Trek and reprised the role in all its sequels. Since then, Quinto performed variety of roles in numerous films and television shows such as Hitman: Agent 47, Snowden, American Horror Story: Asylum and The Slap.


Quinto made his television debut in 2000 on the short-lived NBC series “The Others.” He subsequently made guest appearances on a number of shows, including “Touched by an Angel,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Off Centre,” “Lizzie McGuire,” “Haunted,” “The Agency,” “Six Feet Under,” “Charmed,” and “Miracles.” A bigger role came in 2003, when Quinto began playing the recurring role of computer expert Adam Kaufman on the third season of the Fox action drama series “24.” This was followed by more guest-starring roles on shows such as “Dragnet,” “Hawaii,” “Joan of Arcadia,” “Blind Justice,” “Crossing Jordan,” and “Twins.”

Personal Life

In 2011, Quinto came out to the public as gay. Before this, he had been a longtime advocate of LGBTQ rights and organizations, including the non-profit group The Trevor Project. He also participated in a benefit stage reading called “Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays,” and appeared in “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later,” a play about the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard. In 2010, Quinto contributed to the “It Gets Better Project,” a campaign designed to empower LGBTQ youth and prevent suicide.


“I find that communication as an actor and person is an important part of who I am. And I’m really drawn into the psychology of those dynamics.”

— Zachary Quinto

“I believe in the power of intention to change the landscape of our society – and it is my intention to live an authentic life of compassion and integrity and action. Jamey Rodemeyer’s life changed mine.”

— Zachary Quinto

“I don’t really approach a character as to whether or not it’s good or bad. I just approach a character as to where it lives in me.”

— Zachary Quinto

“Gay kids need to stop killing themselves because they are made to feel worthless by cruel and relentless bullying.”

— Zachary Quinto

“It became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality.”

— Zachary Quinto