Manu Boyer is a French art director and an actor. He is also a writer, French photographer, and former professional volleyball player.
Boyer is a French-born and raised man. He studied physics and film and photography at the University of Paris. He has also worked as a photographer and a cameraman for fashion weeks around the world.
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Boyer worked as a film taker and cameraman throughout his career. He transferred to New York where he handled various limits within the movie and TV industry. After that, he wrote and coordinated several brief films.
One of these is the award-winning EXPRESS, a film that performed at various international movie festivals. He also wrote and directed the short films AFFAIR and SOMETHING FUN, which were both featured at various film festivals around the world.
He then moved to Los Angeles where he worked on a documentary about a rock band that embarked on their first European Tour. Manu wrote and directed the feature script BROKEN, which was selected for the Independent Film Week's 2016 New York Film Festival. He is also developing two other feature films.
Manu is an active commercial director and has directed the first POWERMAT ad campaign for various clients.
What's His Net Worth?
The French actor, Manu Boyer has an estimated net worth of $5 million which he accumulated from his various professions. He is living a very luxurious and comfortable life and has been working in various professional fields.
Married or Single?
Manu Boyer is a married man and has exchanged his wedding vows with Kim Raver in 2000. They started dating in 1999, and have been together for 21 years now. The couple is blessed with two sons. The first child, Luke West was born in 2002 whereas their youngest child, Leo Kipling was born on October 9, 2007.
Wife- Kim Raver
Raver is an American actress and producer who is best known for her roles on Grey's Anatomy, Third Watch, and 24. She was born on March 15, 1969, in New York City and was raised along with her mother and stepfather. She first appeared on Sesame Street at the age of 6. She started her adult career in commercials for various companies.
Her first Broadway role was in 1995 in Holiday, and she earned her first film role in City Hall in 1996. In 1997, Raver starred in the TV movie Soul Mates. She joined the cast of "Grey's Anatomy" in its sixth season as Dr. Teddy Altman. She made her on-screen debut in November 2010. During her time on the show, Raver became a series regular.