Ptolemy Slocum is an American actor and director who is well known for his work on several movies such as Hitch, Would You Rather and Manhunt 2. Also, he has won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series in his career.
Ptolemy Slocum was born in 1975, November 20, in Nairobi under the birth sign of Scorpio. He holds a Kenya nationality and belongs to a Caucasian ethnic group.
Slocum was raised by his parents Ptolemy’s Kenyan. He was brought up in his hometown Nairobi and has done his schooling from there.
Ptolemy Slocum is a married man and has two children. The 43-year-old actor exchanged vows with his wife, whose name is still a mystery but her Instagram name is Shellyslocamera, in the presence of their loved ones and well-wishers.
The couple is blessed with two children, both of them daughters, but has not revealed their name. On December 26, 2018, he uploaded his family photograph on his Instagram account.
However, to date, Slocum has not opened his mouth regarding his past affairs. Currently, the pair is living happily together along with their children.
Ptolemy Slocum has an estimated net worth is $1 million, as of May 2019. He has collected good amount with stunning performance, remarkable work and a pile of achievements on his career.
As per some sources, the average salary of a television and film actor is $39.84 an hour whereas they roughly earn an average figure of $52,000 per year.
Similarly, the voice actors usually get paid $200 per hour whereas the voice actor earns $50,000–$80,000 annually.
Ptolemy started his acting career with his minor role in the short movie, Let It Ride in 2003. Later, he played his role in Hitch- The Date Doctor, before his appearance in the television series, The Sopranos in 2007.
In the same year, he also starred in Damages- In the Web Power and after a year, he appeared in Fringe-FBI Interceptions. He made his appearance in the television series, Nurse as Jackie and in Shopaholic, in 2009.
In addition, Slocum has also given his voice for video games which includes Manhunt 2 as Daniel Lamb and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories as Electron Zone Steve in 2005.