Who is Rachel McAdams’ ex-boyfriend, actor Taylor Kitsch?
Taylor Kitsch was born under the zodiac sign of Aries on 8 April 1981, in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, and at 27 years of age, is best known for working on projects such as “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, “Battleship”, “Savages” and “John Carter”. In addition, Kitsch has worked on television as well, starring in the second season of “True Detective”.
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“Pull over. Those cars are cool…it’s unlocked…. let’s see if owner is around…no? S/&t…Ok grab the bounce. Naw the silver side. That’s not silver is it?…Ya grab the pod too… hurry. Yah don’t worry they won’t see my pants in the shot just shoot. Got it?! Ok let’s move…” Outtake from a lil photo shoot n that’s our crew of 2 killin’ it…stealth mode. Was an abandoned car from side of road…
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So just how rich is Taylor Kitsch as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, this actor has net worth of over $3 million, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. He has purchased land in Texas and is building a house there, but hasn’t shared any information regarding his other assets such as cars.
Early Life and Background
Speaking about Taylor’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has dark hair and brown eyes. He is the son of Susan and Drew Kitsch; his mom worked for the BC Liquor Board and his father in construction, but they divorced when he was a child. He has two brothers, Brody and Daman and two maternal half-sisters. Taylor and his family lived in a mobile home park, where he began playing ice hockey at the age of three, continuing to work hard at the sport until he suffered a knee injury which ended thoughts of a career. Kitsch was subsequently a student of nutrition and economics at the University of Lethbridge. When it comes to his body measurements, he is 5ft 11ins (1.81m.) tall and weighs 179 lbs (81kgs) – he reportedly had to work out hard when he was filming “Battleship”.
"I'll live vicariously through Riggs." – Taylor
Taylor moved to New York in 2002, after getting a chance to start his modeling career with IMG, and he eventually began studying acting as well. He was homeless for some time in New York, until in 2004 he relocated to Los Angeles, working for Diesel and Abercrombie & Fitch. He made his acting debut in 2006, landing the role of Colm in “Godiva’s”, and had several other projects in the same year, including “Friday Night Lights”, in which he played the role of Tim Riggins. The mentioned series follows the story of a high school football team located in Dillon, Texas, and received a generally positive response from audiences, allowing Kitsch to gain more attention. The series was ultimately rewarded with AFI TV Programs of the Year—Official Selection, in 2006, 2007 and 2009, and the Eddie Award for Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television among others, and was nominated for numerous other awards.
In 2009, the actor joined the cast of “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, working with actors such as Hugh Jackman, Troye Sivan, Liev Schreiber and Michael James Olsen. The movie grossed almost $400 million at the box office, but didn’t live up to the expectations of the critics, being described as “O.K., not great, Marvel movie that tells the early story of the prime X-Man, and attempts to make its climax in a perfect coupling with the start of the known trilogy”. As of 2012, Taylor played the main character in “John Carter”, a sci-fi movie which focuses on the story of the life and death of the title character, and took almost $300 million at the box office. In the same year, the actor starred in “Battleship”, opposite Alexander Skarsgård and Rihanna, and being exposed to media attention, gained more fame. In 2015 Taylor starred in “True Detective”, a worldwide-acclaimed TV series, and in the same year played one of the main characters of “American Assassin”, opposite Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton. As of the most recent past, Taylor starred in “Waco” as cult-leader David Koresh; clearly his career is still going along nicely.