Who Is Will Patton? All detail on his career and net worth

American actor Will Patton is a veteran in acting and has showcased his star talent in multiple movies and TV shows, including No Way Out (1987), Armageddon (1998), Remember the Titans (2001), Falling Skies (2011-15), Halloween (2018), Swamp Thing (2019), and more. All these blockbuster has helped him to raise his networth.

Who Is Will Patton? All detail on his career and net worth

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Jun 14, 1954
  • Age 70 Years, 0 Months
  • Nationality American
  • Profession Actor
  • Marital Status Single
  • Divorced Not Yet
  • Gay/Lesbian No
  • Net Worth $7 Million Dollars
  • Ethnicity White
  • Children/Kids Not Yet
  • Height 5 Feet 10 Inches (178 cm)
  • Education North Carolina School of the Arts
  • Parents Bill Patton (Father), Jan Patton (Mother)
  • Siblings Four SIiblings

Will Patton is an experienced actor from the United States who has starred in several films and television programs throughout the course of his three decades career, including No Way Out (1987), Armageddon (1998), Remember the Titans (2001), Falling Skies (2011-15), Halloween (2018), Swamp Thing (2019), and others.

Despite having lived through over 60 summers, the actor shows no signs of slowing down and has several projects in the works.

Will Patton’s Legacy In the Film Industry

Patton traveled to New York City's 'The Actor's Studio' after graduating from college to improve his art. Before beginning a career as a theatrical actor in New York, he studied theatre and drama under Joseph Chaikin.

In 1980, he made his Off-Broadway debut in the play Salt Lake City Skyline. The fact that he has won two 'Obie Awards' is perhaps the best proof of his on-stage achievement. He won them for the plays Fool for Love (1983) and What Did He See? (1988).

The actor of Fool For Love made his film debut in 1979 with a minor part in the thriller Minus Zero. A year later, he made his broadcast debut in the television movie Kent State

Will Patton starring in No Way Out (Source- Listal.com) 

The following year, he made his television debut in an episode of the series CBS Library, followed by a critically lauded portrayal as Ox Knowles in the show Ryan's Hope (1982 - 1983). His appearance on the last show led to a slew of new opportunities for him.

Patton has had a very successful television career as well. He had recurring parts in the TV shows Search for Tomorrow (1984–1985), VR.5 (1995–1997), The Agency (2001–2003), and Numb3rs (2006–2007). 

His depiction of 'Captain Dan Weaver' in the television series Falling Skies (2011–2015) is his most prominent role to date. Besides getting a starring part on DC's TV series Swamp Thing, he was recently seen in The Good Wife (2016). (2019).

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Why Was Will Patton Pulled In Controversy?

During his career in Falling Skies, he was pulled out in controversy. On February 24, 2015, Patton was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol near his house in Palms, South Carolina.

Will Patton arrested for driving under influence (Source- Twitter

He declined to undergo a Datamaster blood alcohol test after failing a field sobriety test but was released the next day after posting a personal bail of $997.

He was working on the TV program Falling Skies at the time, which premiered in 2011. In the film Falling Skies, he played Captain Dan Weaver, which is his most notable performance to date.

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How Did Patton Earn $10 Million?

Of course, $10 million is a fantastic quantity of money for anyone to live their life, but accumulating such a large quantity of money is complex. Nonetheless, Patton has succeeded in doing so.

According to box office records, one of his successful films, Remember the Titans, which had a total budget of $30 million, grossed a total of $136.7 million.

Similarly, according to box office records, his previous films ArmageddonThe Fourth Kind, and Gone in 60 Seconds grossed $553.7 million, $47.7 million, and correspondingly. In addition, he has also appeared in many blockbuster films. All of these appearances have increased his total net worth significantly.

Aside from acting, he has also done voice work in several audiobooks, including Maggie Stiefvater's 'Blue Lily, Lily Blue,' Stephen King's 'The Mist,' Stephen King's 'End of Watch,' Maggie Stiefvater's 'Dream Thieves,' and many others.

He has contributed his voice to over 50 audiobooks, and his net worth has risen dramatically due to his audiobook revenues.