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Billy Burke Net Worth

Billy Burke net worth is

$5 Million

Billy Burke Wiki Biography

William Albert Burke was born on 25 November 1966, in Bellingham, Washington, USA, and is an actor, best known for being part of the “Twilight” franchise as Charlie Swan. He was also part of the film “Red Riding Hood” playing Cesaire. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Billy Burke? As of early-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. He’s been a part of numerous television shows, such as “Revolution” in which he played the lead Miles Matheson. He also currently stars in the show “Zoo”, and as he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.

Billy Burke Net Worth $5 million

Burke attended Western Washington University, and during his time there took part in various drama productions, thanks to which he was able to perform in several events and locations around the United States, including the A.H.A Theater and the Annex Theater. He moved to Los Angeles in hopes of pursuing another career, but eventually found his love for acting after taking part in a few independent films.

Billy made his real acting debut in 1990, becoming part of the film “Daredreamer” which starred Christina Applegate. He started earning popularity and increasing his net worth when he joined hit shows such as “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”. He would then work mainly as a guest or recurring character in series such as “Gilmore Girls”, “Fringe”, “Monk”, and “Party of Five”. He also took part in the film “Untraceable” in which he played Detective Eric Box. More movie opportunities also came his way, and he’s been a part of projects such as “Along Came a Spider”, “Final Jeopardy”, and “Flashpoint”. In 2007, he then appeared in “Feast of Love” which starred Morgan Freeman, all contributing to his net worth.

The following year, Billy appeared in “Twilight” which is based on the novel by Stephanie Mayer, and subsequently reprised his role in the sequels “New Moon” and “Eclipse”; these opportunities helped increase his net worth further. He also became part of the show “My Boys” during this time, then in 2010 he was cast as the antagonist in the thriller “Drive Angry”, starring Nicolas Cage and Amber Heard and released the following year. He also became part of the drama series “Rizzoli & Iles”, before being cast as the lead in the Eric Kripke show “Revolution”, produced by J.J. Abrams. Afterwards, he reprised his role in “The Closer” and also then the same role in the spin-off “Major Crimes”. One of his latest projects is the show “Zoo” in which he has played Mitch Morgan since 2015, is based on the novel by James Patterson.

For his personal life, it is known that Burke has been married to actress Pollyanna Rose since 2008, and the couple have a daughter together. He also had a previous relationship with actress Neve Campbell from 2002 to 2004. Billy likes to play music, and was part of a band during his teenage years, having been a singer since he was young. He is also an avid poker player, and has appeared in televised tournaments as well as poker shows.

Full Name Billy Burke
Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth November 25, 1966
Place Of Birth Bellingham, Washington, United States
Height 1.84 m
Profession Actor
Education Western Washington University
Nationality American
Spouse Pollyanna Rose
Children Bluesy LaRue Burke
Twitter https://twitter.com/billy_burke
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0121605/
Nominations Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Movies Revolution, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, Twilight, Lights Out, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, Drive Angry, Untraceable, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Red Riding Hood, Feast of Love, Rizzoli & Isles, Ladder 49, Fracture, Along Came a Spider, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Di…
TV Shows Rizzoli & Isles, Revolution, The Jury, Wonderland
# Quote
1 (2012, on landing Revolution) I was in Las Vegas, being a danger to myself. I got a call from my manager. She said, “Jon Favreau and Eric Kripke would like to meet you. They’re doing a show. It’s also produced by J.J. Abrams.” I said, “What time do I gotta be there?” I flew back immediately, we met on a weekend, and they sort of just pitched me the show, what it was and what it was about. And given that and the pedigree that it came with, I said, “What do I gotta do? I’m in.” And that’s where it went from there. It’s been nothing but joy ever since.
2 (2012, on Jane Austen’s Mafia!) Yeah! That was my first studio picture. It was two tons of fun. Great cast: Jay Mohr, Christina Applegate, the late Lloyd Bridges… one of his last movies, as a matter of fact. Yeah, just that silly, fall-down, slap-in-the-face, really great comedy that I never get the chance to do anymore, actually. But it was good times.
3 (2012, on getting into acting) I had known that I’d wanted to be an actor from a very early age, but I had always known that I wanted to have a dual career. I wanted to be an actor, and I also at that time wanted to be a rock star. And I went down the rock-star path first, and… that had its successes, but it didn’t actually turn into rock stardom. But while I was doing that-this was up in Seattle, during the pre-grunge years-I met a woman who was producing an independent film, and she asked me to come and read for it. I did, and I got that part. And then she ended up doing another movie, and I got a part in that. Then I kind of did the thing that all the kids do: I moved to L.A. and just… I was doing music at the time, I had a demo deal with Warner Bros. that didn’t pan out in the end, but I decided that while I was down here I’d just try and read for everything that I possibly could, and I started working as an actor in a timely fashion. And I’ve had a good 21 years so far.
4 (2012, on his role in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) I barely remember that, except for the fact that it was one of my very first gigs. I remember being in makeup for four and a half or five hours, and then to take off the makeup it was another three or four in makeup, because you have to go through the whole process. It was very brief. One scene, maybe a scene and a half. It was basically a walk-on role. But it was very… it was a style that I was completely not used to as an actor. It was very Shakespearean, that show. But I did the best I could.
5 (2012, on Komodo) There are things you do for art and there are things you do for commerce. I am not embarrassed about saying that I had an amazing time in Australia making that movie. Was it a piece of genius? No. But I remember having such a great time making it. It was me and Jill Hennessey and Kevin Zegers, and we had a ball, actually. We shot it on the Gold Coast of Australia, and every weekend we’d go down to either Sydney or Melbourne and have a blast. I don’t really remember what the movie was about, but, uh, there were some lizards in it, right?
# Fact
1 His characters on 24 (2001) and Revolution (2012) both have the last name Matheson.
2 His daughter’s name is Bluesy LaRue Burke.
3 Brother-in-law of Sunny Amoreena and Chloe Williams.
4 Son-in-law of Ray Williams.
5 Grew a mustache to play the part of “Chief Swan” in Twilight (2008). When filming was completed, he shaved it off.
6 Daughter born while he was starring in Twilight (2008).


Title Year Status Character
Lopez Tonight 2010 TV Series
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 2010 Charlie Swan
The Twilight Saga: New Moon 2009 Charlie Swan
My Boys 2008-2009 TV Series Jack Newman
Twilight 2008/I Charlie Swan
Fringe 2008 TV Series Lucas Vogel
The Grift 2008 Wade Buchanan
Untraceable 2008 Detective Eric Box
Backyards & Bullets 2007 TV Movie
Feast of Love 2007 David Watson
Fracture 2007 Lt. Rob Nunally
Forfeit 2007 Frank
Law & Order 2007 TV Series Attorney Farmer
Three Days to Vegas 2007 Billy Simpson
Ladder 49 2004 Dennis Gauquin
The Jury 2004 TV Series John Ranguso
Monk 2004 TV Series Brad Terry
Something More 2003 Short Peter
Karen Sisco 2003 TV Series Merle Salchek
24 2002-2003 TV Series Gary Matheson
Lost Junction 2003 Jimmy McGee
Gilmore Girls 2003 TV Series Alex Lesman
Flashpoint 2002 TV Movie Shaw
Final Jeopardy 2001 TV Movie Mike Chapman
Along Came a Spider 2001 Ben Devine
After Image 2001 Sammy
The Independent 2000 Dwayne
Wonderland 2000 TV Series Dr. Abe Matthews
Komodo 1999 Oates
Dill Scallion 1999 Dill Scallion
Don’t Look Down 1998 TV Movie Mark Engel
Without Limits 1998 Kenny Moore
Mafia! 1998 Joey Cortino
VR.5 1997 TV Series Marco
Marshal Law 1996 TV Movie Monk
The Ultimate Lie 1996 TV Movie
Gone in the Night 1996 TV Movie Rob Kinney
Party of Five 1994-1996 TV Series Gil / Guy in Club
Strange Luck 1995 TV Series
Vanishing Son 1995 TV Series Spider McKeun
All-American Girl 1995 TV Series Cody
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1994 TV Series Ari
Literary Visions 1992 TV Series documentary Actor
To Cross the Rubicon 1991 James Bird
Daredreamer 1990 Dante of the Three D’s / Ortega
Good After Bad 2016 completed Wes
Chicago P.D. 2016 TV Series Jake McCoy
Zoo 2015-2016 TV Series Mitch Morgan
Lights Out 2016/II Paul
Divine Access 2015 Jack
Major Crimes 2015 TV Series Phillip Stroh
Revolution 2012-2014 TV Series Miles Matheson
Angels in Stardust 2014 Cowboy
Highland Park 2013 Lloyd Howard
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 2012 Charlie Swan
The Closer 2009-2012 TV Series Phillip Stroh
Rizzoli & Isles 2010-2012 TV Series Special Agent Gabriel Dean FBI Special Agent Gabriel Dean
Freaky Deaky 2012 Chris Mankowski
Ticket Out 2012 Dennis
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 2011 Charlie Swan
Red Riding Hood 2011 Cesaire
Drive Angry 2011 Jonah King
Luster 2010 Tito
Removal 2010 Eric Kershe
David and Goliath 2010 Short David


Title Year Status Character
Dead & Breakfast 2004 story
Something More 2003 Short writer


Title Year Status Character
Divine Access 2015 producer
Something More 2003 Short co-producer


Title Year Status Character
Revolution: Cast and Creators Live at Paleyfest 2013 TV Movie Himself – Panelist
Comic Con 2012 Live 2012 TV Movie Himself
Made in Hollywood 2011 TV Series Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008-2011 TV Series Himself
Fashion News Live 2009 TV Series Himself
Waiting for Jevetta 2009 Short Himself
Untraceable: Beyond the Cyber Bureau 2008 Video documentary short Himself
HBO First Look 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
World Poker Tour 2005 TV Series Himself
McEnroe 2004 TV Series Himself
The Acting Class 2000 Himself (scenes deleted)
Split Screen 1999 TV Series Himself

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Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2013 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actor on Television Revolution (2012)

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