|1.||Twice-married Michael Weatherly is currently with his doctor wife||Updated 8 days ago|
|2.||Michael Weatherly||Updated 8 days ago|
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CBS viewers recognize Michael Weatherly as Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo in series NCIS. Within his career spanning nearly three decades, his TV appearances have prospered more than movie roles. Drawing hefty paychecks from his famous TV roles has helped him garner whopping net worth of $15 million. Reports have it that he was drawing $450 thousand salary for each episode of NCIS.
Probably his crave to be an actor led him to abandon college before graduation. He kicked off his acting career with a minor role in the TV show The Cosby Show. The debut role became a gateway for his dream world of show business as he could get a long-running role as Cooper Aden in Loving and The City, in which he co-starred with his first wife Amelia Heinle. He portrayed the role from 1992 till 1996.
Moving to Los Angeles, he soon earned a role on Fox TV series entitled Significant Others. Then, a director Whit Stillman cast him in film The Last Days of Disco (1998) that marked his big-screen debut. That same year, he also appeared in series Charmed. He continued on big-screen with incredible roles in movies like Meet Wally Sparks, Gun Shy, Cabin by the Lake and Trigger.
From 2001 to 2002, he co-starred with Jessica Alba in television series Dark Angel. While playing co-stars, they had been love interests of one another for about three years and were even engaged from 2001 to 2003. For his breathtaking performance in the series, he was nominated for Saturn Awards for the category of best supporting actor in 2001 and 2002 and also a Teen Choice Award in 2001.
2003 brought a significant turning in his career, as it was when he got to portray as Anthony DiNozzo, Senior NCIS Special Agent in CBS series JAG. Continuing to portray in the spin-off series NCIS, he quickly became fans’ favorite. He guest starred on both NCIS: New Orleans and NCIS: Los Angeles. He and co-star Abby Sciuto were the only two to appear in all four shows including JAG, NCIS, NCIS: LA and NCIS: NO.
Also interested in music, he plays various musical instruments including guitar and piano. He had contributed two songs to NCIS that which include Under the Sun and Bitter and Blue. During his early career in New York City, he had played in a band.
NCIS season 8 episode entitled One Last Score marked his directorial debut that aired on March 1, 2011. Later, he directed season 10 episode entitled Seek. He announced in January 2016, that he would be leaving the American action police procedural TV series after starring as the main character in 13 seasons. In the fall of 2016, CBS announced that he would be playing a lead in Bull, a new TV series loosely based on real life of Dr. Phil McGraw.