A Peruvian actor and director Henry Ian Cusick has worked in different movies and TV shows and has maintained an impressive net worth. Started his career as a classical theater actor with his first leading role of Dorian Gray in The Picture of Dorian Gray, he is currently starring as Dr. Jonas Lear in The Passage on Fox.
Henry Ian Cusick was born on April 17, 1967, Trujillo, Peru under the birth sign of Aries. His full name is Henry Ian Cusick Chavez.
Similarly, he holds Scottish nationality and belongs to a white ethnicity. He is the daughter of Harry Joseph Cusick (father) and Esperanza Chavez (mother).
Talking about Cusick’s education, he attended Presentation College, San Fernando based Roman Catholic secondary school. Later, he enrolled at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.
The 51-year-old, Cusick is married to his long-term girlfriend Annie Cusick Wood. The couple met each other in 1992 and after dating for 14 years, the couple got married in 2006 in a civil ceremony.
The couple is blessed with three children; their first child a son, Eli Ian Cusick was born in 1994. The pair welcomed their second child Lucas Ian Cusick in 1998. Their third child Esau Ian Cusick was born in 2000.
The 51-year-old Scottish-Peruvian actor Cusick has an estimated net worth of $1 million. He earned a huge sum of money from his career. As per some sources, the average salary of an actor earns $33.82 per hour so he might be receiving at the same range from his acting career.
Henry Ian Cusick started his career as a classical theatre actor. His first main roles on stage: Dorian Gray in The Picture of Dorian Gray with Rupert Everett, Hamlet in The Marovitz Hamlet, and Horner in The Country Wife.
Also, he appeared in recurring roles in tv series such as Casualty and The Book Group, he played as Jesus Christ in the 2003 film The Visual Bible: The Gospel of John.
Furthermore, he also released a short movie named Dress, filmed in his home town, Kailua, Hawaii, winning the best short at HIFF and Peace on Earth Film Festival.