How much is John Corbett worth?
|Date of Birth:
|May 9, 1961
|United States of America
About John Corbett
Wheeling, which is located in the state of West Virginia, was Corbett’s childhood home. He spent his childhood in an apartment complex close to the Ohio River with his mother and stepfather. His mother and stepfather both worked at his uncle Phillip’s music club while he was growing up. Corbett was brought up in a Catholic household and served as an altar boy at St. Joseph’s Cathedral for a total of seven years.
Corbett has released the studio albums John Corbett (2006) and Leaving Nothin’ Behind (2013). The former of these albums debuted at number 45 on the Billboard Country Albums list. In addition to his acting profession, Corbett has also explored a career in country music. When he was seven years old, Corbett began playing the guitar, and when he was sixteen, he began working as a security guard at the Capitol Music Hall.
He received his diploma from Wheeling Central Catholic High School in 1979 after completing his education there. Corbett apparently “dabbled” in born-again Christianity in the 1980s before going back to his Catholic upbringing. Corbett was raised in a Catholic household.
In 1988, Corbett was cast as Louis, the hippy boyfriend of Karen Arnold (Olivia d’Abo), in the first season of the comedy-drama series The Wonder Years on ABC. Olivia d’Abo played Karen Arnold. Corbett’s debut role followed the next year. He played the role of Chris Stevens in the comedy-drama series Northern Exposure, which aired on CBS from 1990 until 1995. In the science fiction series The Visitor, which aired for a limited run on Fox in 1997, he earned a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television.
In the HBO comedy series Sex and the City, he played the role of Aidan Shaw from the years 2001 to 2002. Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) was his on-screen love interest. Corbett, together with Nia Vardalos, starred in the romantic comedy film My Big Fat Greek Wedding in the year 2002. Corbett played the male lead character of Ian Miller in the film.
After a chance encounter on a blind date in 2002, he has been romantically involved with the actress Bo Derek ever since. The wedding is set to take place in December of 2020. The pair raises their two German Shepherds and four horses on a ranch in Santa Ynez, California, where they also keep their home.
In 2003, he made his debut as the professional poker player Michael “Lucky” Linkletter in the dark comedy series Lucky, which was broadcast on FX. The year after that, he had a starring role in the comedy-drama film Raising Helen, directed by Garry Marshall, with Kate Hudson. After that, he appeared in the musical drama film Raise Your Voice from 2004, playing the role of music teacher Mr. Torvald. Additionally, he had a role in the comedy film Baby on Board, which was directed by Brian Herzlinger and released in 2009.
In the sequel to the feature film Sex and the City, titled Sex and the City 2, which was released in 2010, Corbett played the character of Aidan Shaw once again. On the NBC drama series Parenthood, which ran from 2011 to 2015, he appeared on occasion as the character Seth Holt. Corbett made appearances in two episodes of the procedural drama series NCIS: Los Angeles that aired on CBS in the month of March 2013. In the Hallmark television film A Smile as Big as the Moon, which was released in 2012 and was based on the memoir of the same name, he played the role of teacher Mike Kersjes.
During the years 2015 and 2016, he played the role of Josiah “Flash” Bacon in the comedy series Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll on FX. In the year 2016, exactly fourteen years after the premiere of My Big Fat Greek Wedding. In the drama film All Saints, which was directed by Steve Gomer and released in 2017, he gave a performance as the lead character, Michael Spurlock, a pastor who takes Karen refugees into his church.
In 2018, he had an appearance in Susan Johnson’s cinematic version of Jenny Han’s novel To All the Boys I have Loved Before. Johnson was the director of the film. Pearce Hill, a prominent attorney, was played by Corbett in the 2018 film God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness. Alongside Miranda Otto and Stanley Tucci, Corbett had a starring role in the 2019 film adaptation of Tim Lebbon’s horror novel The Silence, which was directed by John R. Leonetti.