Brandon Routh Net Worth

How much is Brandon Routh worth?

Net Worth: $12 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 9, 1979 (41 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession: Actor, Model
Nationality: United States of America
Brandon Routh Net Worth:
$12 Million

Brandon Routh net worth: Brandon Routh is an American actor and fashion model who has a net worth of $12 million. Brandon Routh is most well known for his role as Superman in the 2006 movie, Superman Returns. As well as appearing in Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, Chuck (a TV series), and Dylan Dog: Dead of Night. Originally from Iowa, Routh moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. He attended the University of Iowa, where he began his modeling and acting career, part time, in order to pay for tuition. However, after a year, he decided to drop out of school to become an actor. Routh has said that, even before he started acting he was often told how much he looked like Christopher Reeve. His former manager even signed him because he looked so similar, thinking he would be cast if there was ever a film. In November of 2007, Routh married his girlfriend of four years, actress Courtney Ford. The couple’s child, a son, Leo James, was born in August of 2012. Routh is also friends with fellow actor, Kal Penn, both of whom are avid supporters of President Barack Obama.

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Inspirational Quotes by Brandon Routh

One of the most amazing things I got from the film, so much green screen, there are so many moments and it really taught me about how important it is to have an intention when flying, when going somewhere and having an intention.

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I mean it allowed me to do that which was fantastic because we really get to see the character mature and deal with some things that are, that I think as an audience member, really pull us in.

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It was important to have a similar energy in my performance. To make the character too different would have just been about my ego because it didn't need to be drastically different.

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If I become defensive and upset right away, then that's going to adversely affect how I deal with it and it's probably not going to be good press for me and probably be bad just because I'm angry. Just be open and pleasant.

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Christopher Reeve did such an amazing job that to give him some kind of accent or more bravado would have been wrong. Audiences wouldn't have responded to that either.

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