Jensen Ackles Net Worth

Jensen Ackles Net Worth

Jensen Ackles is an American actor, director, producer and singer-songwriter. Jensen Ackles Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $14 Million. Explore more about Jensen Ackles‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 1 million and monthly income 100,000.

Jensen Ackles Full name Jensen Ross Ackles. His nick Name was Jensen Ackles. Jensen Ackles now 44 Years old .

Jensen Ackles Father Alan  and his Mother Donna.

Jensen Ackles Spouse  was  Danneel Harris . He has three kids.

He was born in 1 March 1978  in Dallas, Texas, United states of america.

Jensen Ackles complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Jensen Ackles’s Career

Jensen appeared on his first television show, “Wishbone,” in 1995, then he guest-starred on “Sweet Valley High” (1996) and “Cybill” (1997). From 1996 to 1997, he appeared in eight episodes of the NBC sitcom “Mr. Rhodes,” and he began playing Eric Brady on “Days of Our Lives” in 1997. Ackles spent three years on the show, and in 1998, “TV Guide” named him one the “12 Hottest New Stars.” After leaving “Days of Our Lives,” he portrayed actor Eddie G. Robinson in the 2001 TV movie “Blonde,” which is about Marilyn Monroe. From 2001 to 2002, Jensen played Alec McDowell / X5-494 on the Fox science-fiction series “Dark Angel,” and he had a recurring role as C.J. Braxton on The WB’s “Dawson’s Creek” from 2002 to 2003. In 2004, he appeared in the short film “The Plight of Clownana,” and he also served as an executive producer and first assistant director on the production. From 2004 to 2005, Ackles played Jason Teague on the “Superman” prequel series “Smallville,” and his first feature film was 2005’s “Devour.”

From 2005 to 2020, Jensen and Jared Padalecki played brothers Dean and Sam Winchester on “Supernatural.” The series originally aired on The WB, but it moved to The CW in 2006 after The WB shut down. On the show, the Winchester brothers travel around the country hunting and fighting supernatural creatures, and in 2011, it became America’s longest-running live-action fantasy TV show. The series aired 327 episodes over 15 seasons, and Ackles also provided the voice of Dean Winchester on “Supernatural: The Anime Series,” which ran for 22 episodes in 2011. While starring on “Supernatural,” Jensen appeared in the 2007 film “Ten Inch Hero” and the 2009 horror movie “My Bloody Valentine 3D,” and he had a cameo in the 2019 comedy “Buddy Games.” He also did voice acting in the video games “Tron Evolution: Battle Grids” (2010), “Tron: Evolution” (2010), “The 3rd Birthday” (2011), and “Life Weaver” (2012).