Dustin Clare Net Worth

By: Mandy Price  |   | 

An incredibly talented and handsome Canadian, “Dustin Clare’ is widely known for his remarkable performance in Starz television series ‘Spartacus: Gods of the Arena’. He is also get recognized for his phenomenal performance in the series titled ‘McLeod’s Daughters’. This dashing actor was born on 2nd January, 1982 in Australia. As per his educational background, he has studied acting at ‘Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’. He held his graduation degree in the year 2004 majoring in dramatic arts. It was in the year 2003 when he started his acting career with playing the role of Ethan in the movie titled ‘Brothers’. He became successful to gain wide attention from the movie. After a year, he was casted in the movie ‘Going Down in Flames’. In 2005, he portrayed the role of Rick Fallon in the television series ‘All Saints’. He was highly appreciated for his brilliant performance in the series. In the year 2006, he became a prominent television figure after he portrayed the character of Riley Ward in the television sitcom ‘McLeod’s Daughters’. Dustin became more popular after appearing in other projects like ‘Satisfaction’, ‘Spartacus: Gods of the Arena’, ‘The Eye of the Storn’, ‘Spartacus: Vengeance’, ‘Spartacus: War of the Demand’ and ‘Goddess’.

Through his various television and movie appearances, he has certainly made his name recognizable in the entertainment world. His dashing looks and versatile acting skills have led him to inconceivable level of success and popularity in both big and small screen. He has last appeared in the television series titled ‘ANZAC Girls’ where he portrayed the character of Lieutenant Harry Moffitt. His magnificent performance in the series was highly appreciated by all the audiences. Dustin has achieved unbelievable success in short age of 33. He might have earned considerable amount of net worth from his acting career which is yet to get revealed in the public yet.


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