Walton Goggins Net Worth
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Walton Goggins net worth: Walton Goggins is an American actor and producer who has a net worth of $10 million dollars. Born in Birmingham Alabama, Walton Goggins grew up in Georgia, and relocated to Los Angeles when he was in his early 20s. His professional career began on television in the early 90s, beginning with a role in the television film, “Murder in Mississippi”. He went on to appear in other television films, such as “Alex Haley’s Queen”, as well as guest starring on multiple television programs, such as “In the Heat of the Night” and “JAG”. He also began adding film work to his resume, appearing in such projects as, “Forever Young”, “The Next Karate Kid”, “The Apostle”, and “Switchback”. In 2002, he was cast in the role that would gain him widespread recognition, as Detective Shane Vendrell on “The Shield”. Since then, he has also appeared in such film and television projects as, “Miracle at St. Anna”, “Cowboys & Aliens”, “Straw Dogs”, “Criminal Minds”, and “CSI: Miami”. He starred on the series, “Justified”, and in films such as, “Lincoln”, “Django Unchained”, and “The Hateful Eight”. Goggins actually won an Academy Award in 2001 for a short film called The Accountant which he co-produced and starred in. The movie won the Oscar of Best Live Action Short Film.
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Inspirational Quotes by Walton Goggins
The Portrait of Dorian Grey' beautifully articulates how the altruistic part of ourselves clashes with our essentially narcissistic state.Walton Goggins
I like storytelling, and I feel more confident as the years have gone on about my ability to do that.Walton Goggins
The life of a character doesn't just exist between action and cut.Walton Goggins
I'm not good at telling a joke, but I can say a line in a certain way that makes people uncomfortable because they don't know whether to laugh or not, and I love that comedy.Walton Goggins
I don't take a scene or word for granted.Walton Goggins