Dean Cain is a wealthy American actor with an estimated net worth of $8 million. Dean Cain is best known for his roles as Clark Kent and Superman on the television show “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.” Later, he hosted “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!,” “Bloopers,” and “Masters of Illusion,” as well as appeared on the sports drama “Hit the Floor.”

Dean has appeared in a variety of other films and television shows over the course of his career, including “Rat Race,” “Out of Time,” and “Supergirl.”

Dean Cain was born Dean George Tanaka in Mount Clemens, Michigan in 1966. His mother was actress Sharon Thomas, and his biological father was US serviceman Roger, whom he never met.

Cain’s ancestors are Japanese, Welsh, Irish, and French-Canadian. He moved to Los Angeles with his mother and older brother soon after his birth. There, in 1969, his mother married filmmaker Christopher Cain, who adopted Dean and his brother.

His parents later relocated to Malibu, where they had a daughter, Kristina. Cain attended Santa Monica High School as a teen, where he was a star athlete. After graduation, he enrolled at Princeton University, where he played free safety and set a school record with 12 interceptions during the 1987 season. Cain earned a BA in history in 1988.

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Real Name/Full NameDean George Cain
Nick Name/Celebrated Name:Dean Cain
Birth Place:Mount Clemens
Date Of Birth/Birthday:Jul 31, 1966
Age/How Old:56
Height/How Tall:6 ft (1.83 m)
Weight:86 kg
Eye Color:Brown
Hair Color:Black
Parents Name:Christopher CainSharon Thomas Cain
School:Santa Monica High School
College:Princeton University
Religion:Not Known
Social media Accounts: (With link)Instagram/Twitter
Zodiac Sign:Not Known
Sexual Orientation:straight
Marital Status:Divorced
Girlfriend:Not Known
Wife/Spouse Name:Not Known
Kids/Children Name:Christopher Dean Cain
Profession:Presenter, Actor, Film Producer, Film director, Voice Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer
Net Worth:$8 million

Career And Awards

Dean Cain's Net Worth

Cain signed as a free agent with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills after graduating. However, a knee injury cut short his football career. As a result, he began screenwriting and then acting, appearing in commercials and on shows such as “A Different World” and “Beverly Hills, 90210.”

Cain made his debut as Clark Kent and his alter ego Superman on the ABC series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” in 1993.

The show, which costarred Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane, aired for four seasons between 1993 and 1997 and drew an average of 15 million viewers per episode at its peak. Cain went on to appear in a number of television movies, including “Rag and Bone,” “Futuresport,” and “Dog boys.” He began hosting “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!” in 1999, based on the popular newspaper feature.

In the early 2000s, many television films were released, including “The Runaway,” “Gentle Ben,” “The Glow,” and “Dragon Fighter.” Cain appeared in eight episodes of the police procedural series “The Division” from 2003 to 2004. Later, he appeared in 11 episodes of the drama series “Clubhouse.” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “CSI: Miami,” “Smallville,” “Las Vegas,” and “Burn Notice” are among his other credits.

Cain began hosting the series “Bloopers” in 2012, and in 2013, he began a recurring role on the VH1 sports drama “Hit the Floor,” originally titled “Bounce.”

Cain has also appeared on reality game shows such as “Stars Earn Stripes” and “The Choice.” He has been the host of the magic show “Masters of Illusion” since 2014. From 2015 to 2017, he played Jeremiah Danvers in seven episodes of “Supergirl,” and in 2016, he appeared in six episodes of “Lady Dynamite,” both on Netflix.

Dean is also well-known for his numerous Christmas-themed television films, including “A Christmas Wedding,” “The Dog Who Saved Christmas,” “The Case for Christmas,” and “Good Morning Christmas.”

Cain made his feature film debut in “Elmer” in 1976. Later, in 1984, he appeared in his father’s film “The Stone Boy,” alongside Robert Duvall, Glen Close, and Linda Hamilton. Cain’s next major role was in 1997’s “Best Men,” a crime comedy starring Luke Wilson, Andy Dick, and Drew Barrymore.

This was followed by “The Broken Hearts Club,” in which Cain portrayed a gay friend in West Hollywood. Other notable credits in the 2000s include “Flight of Fancy”; the ensemble comedy “Rat Race”; “Dark Descent”; the Denzel Washington mystery thriller “Out of Time”; the disaster film “Post Impact”; “Lost”; the children’s film “Bailey’s Billion$”; the Western “September Dawn,” directed by Cain’s father; the horror film “Urban Decay”; the family drama “Ace of Hearts”; and the dramedy “Five Dollars a Day,” starring Sharon Stone, Christopher Walken, and Amanda Peet.

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