Kieran Culkin is an actor from America. The 41-year-old star started acting when he was a kid, appearing in movies like "Father of the Bride," "The Mighty," and "The Cider House Rules." But his big break came when he starred in the movie "Igby Goes Down."
Culkin was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won a Critics' Choice Movie Award for his performance. You might also recognize him from movies like "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World."
How Rich is Kieran Culkin?
Kieran Culkin's net worth is over $5 million. Culkin is the younger brother of Macaulay Culkin, another famous actor. Kieran is well-known for his roles in "Igby Goes Down," "Succession," and "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World."
When Culkin was working on the show "Succession," he and the other main actors were paid $100,000 for each episode in the first two seasons. Since there were 10 episodes in each season, Kieran earned $2 million for his work up to the third season.
Then, Culkin's salary went up to $350,000 per episode, which means he made $3.5 million for the season.
Kieran Culkin Lavish Lifestyle
Kieran Culkin, the actor famous for "Home Alone" and "Succession," lives in a simple one-bedroom apartment in the East Village of New York City with his wife, Jazz Charton, and their two kids.
The couple recently bought a bigger home in Chelsea, New York, but it's being fixed up, so they can't move in yet. This new place is quite large, about 11,000 square feet, and has five bedrooms and lots of fancy stuff. There's a movie theater, a private garage with glass walls, an indoor pool for exercising, a sauna, a wine storage place, and a big outdoor area.
Kieran Culkin Acting Journey
Kieran Culkin started his acting career in the 1990 hit movie "Home Alone." He played the role of Fuller McCallister, the cousin of his brother's character. As a kid and teenager, he kept appearing in comedy films like "Father of the Bride,""Home Alone 2: Lost in New York," "My Summer Story," and "Father of the Bride Part II."
Culkin also tried his hand in the action genre with "Nowhere to Run." As he grew up, Kieran took on more mature roles in movies like "The Mighty," "The Cider House Rules," and "Igby Goes Down." His performance in "Igby Goes Down" earned him critical acclaim.
Kieran won several awards, including the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Young Performer and the Satellite Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy. He also received Golden Globe and MTV Movie Award nominations.
Culkin's filmography includes movies like "She's All That," "Music of the Heart," "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys," "Lymelife," "Paper Man," "Three Stories About Joan," "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," "Margaret," "Hero Squad," "Movie 43," "Quitters," "Wiener-Dog," and "Infinity Baby."
In addition to his work in movies, Kieran has also appeared in various television shows like "Saturday Night Live,""Frasier," "The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns," "Go Fish," "Fargo," and "Long Live the Royals.”
Culkin is well-known for his role in the TV series "Succession," where he's part of the main cast alongside actors like Sarah Snook, Jeremy Strong, Nicholas Braun, and Hiam Abbass. His performance on "Succession" has earned him nominations for Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy Awards.
Kieran has also tried his hand at theater, taking part in different stage productions. He performed in "The Moment When" at Playwrights Horizons in New York, acted in "After Ashley" at the Vineyard Theatre in New York, and played roles in "subUrbia" at the Second Stage Theatre in New York.
Culkin also appeared in various productions of "This is Our Youth," not just in New York but also in London, Sydney Opera House, Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, and Cort Theatre in New York.