Michael Pena Net Worth

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Net Worth: $12 Million
Date of Birth: Jan 13, 1976 (44 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession: Actor, Musician, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Michael Pena Net Worth:
$12 Million

Michael Pena net worth and salary: Michael Pena is an American actor who has a net worth of $12 million dollars. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Michael Pena began his professional acting career in the mid-90s, appearing in various films, including “Running Free”, “My Fellow Americans”, and “Star Maps”. He also guest starred on multiple television shows, including, “Pacific Blue”, “Touched by an Angel”, “Homicide: Life on the Streets”, “The Sentinel”, and “7th Heaven”. Though he worked constantly during his early years as an actor, it was not until 2004 that he finally garnered national recognition. That year, he appeared in “Million Dollar Baby” and “Crash”, receiving rave reviews for his work in both multi-award-winning films. Since then, he has gone back and forth between film and television work, appearing in such projects as, “Babel”, “World Trade Center”, “The Lucky Ones”, “Battlefield: Los Angeles”, “The Lincoln Lawyer”, “NYPD Blue”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “The Shield”, “My Name is Earl”, and “Eastbound and Down”. More recently he appeared in block busters such as 2015’s “Ant-Man” (plus the 2018 sequel), and 2018’s “A Wrinkle in Time”. In 2017 it was announced that Pena will star as DEA agent Kiki Camarena in a new Netflix series Narcos: Mexico which is scheduled for release in 2018. He has been married to Brie Shaffer since 2006 and together they have one son.

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Inspirational Quotes by Michael Pena

I don't think people are experiencing superhero fatigue. Do you hear people complaining that there are too many action movies? I think it's good entertainment.

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A shootout is a shootout. You go in and get the bad guys.

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I grew up reading the newspapers, mostly the sports section. I was a wrestler and would check to see if I was ranked.

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When I was a kid, I lived in a poor part of Chicago, and I remember my brother and me using towels as capes. My son does it, too.

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I wouldn't say I have comedy chops. I guess you get lucky with good writing because I don't think I'm a comedian by any stretch of the imagination.

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