Dean McDermott has a net worth of $1.5 million as a Canadian-American actor, reality television personality, and producer. McDermott’s net worth is derived from his numerous film and television roles. He is also well-known as Tori Spelling’s husband.

Dean has over 80 acting credits, including the films “A Cool, Dry Place” (1998) and “Against the Ropes” (2004), as well as the television series “Due South” (1995), “Power Play” (1998), and “1-800-Missing” (1999). (2003).

McDermott and Spelling have appeared on the reality television show “Tori & Dean: Inn Love”/”Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood” (2007-2012), “Tori & Dean: storybook Weddings” (2010), “Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever” (2014), and “True Tori” (2014), with Dean serving as an executive producer on all but “Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever.”

McDermott, a professionally trained chef, hosted “Chopped Canada” (2014), appeared on “Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off” (2013), and “Top Chef Canada” (2014), and published “The Gourmet Dad: Easy and Delicious Meals the Whole Family Will Love” in 2015.

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Real Name/Full NameDean McDermott
Nick Name/Celebrated Name:Dean McDermott
Birth Place:Toronto
Date Of Birth/Birthday:Nov 16, 1966
Age/How Old:56
Height/How Tall:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight:100 kg
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Brown
Parents Name:Mother Doreen, Father David
Siblings:Dawn, Dana, and Dale
School:Not Known
College:North Albion Collegiate Institute
Religion:Not Known
Nationality:Canadian
Social media Accounts: (With link)Instagram/Twitter
Zodiac Sign:Not Known
Gender:male
Sexual Orientation:straight
Marital Status:Married
Girlfriend:Not Known
Wife/Spouse Name:Tori Spelling
Kids/Children Name:Hattie Margaret McDermott, Finn Davey McDermott, Liam Aaron McDermott, Stella Doreen McDermott, Jack Montgomery McDermott
Profession:Actor, Television producer
Net Worth:$1.5 million 

Career And Awards

Dean Mcdermott  Net Worth

McDermott made his film and television debuts in 1988, with roles in “Graveyard Shift II” and an episode of “T and T.” Soon after, he appeared in the films “Straight Line” (1990) and “Stepping Out” (1991), as well as the TV shows “My Secret Identity” (1989), “C.B.C.’s Magic Hour” (1989), “Friday’s Curse” (1989), “Top Cops” (1992), the miniseries “Conspiracy of Silence” (1991), and the television films “Final Judgment” (1991), “Wild C.A (1994).

Dean appeared in 18 episodes of the Canadian series “Due South” as Constable Turnbull/Bubba Dean/Laurier and played Major Miles Pierce in the film “Iron Eagle IV” in 1995.

In 1998, he played Mark Simpson on all 26 episodes of the CTV series “Power Play,” appeared in the crime thriller “Bone Daddy,” and co-starred in the film “A Cool, Dry Place” with Vince Vaughn, Monica Potter, and Joey Lauren Adams. McDermott appeared in 11 films and television shows in 2001, including “Picture Claire,” “Brian’s Song,” “Loves Music, Loves to Dance,” and “Hysteria – The Def Leppard Story,” as well as “Tracker” and “Relic Hunter.”

Dean appeared as Alan Coyle in the Canadian crime drama “1-800-Missing” in 2003 and co-starred in the Western “Open Range” with Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner, and Annette Bening. He then appeared in the films “The Skulls III” (2004), “Touch of Pink” (2004), “Kiss the Bride” (2007), and “Saving God” (2008), and co-starred in the 2004 boxing drama “Against the Ropes” with Meg Ryan and Omar Epps.

He appeared in the films “Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy” (2011), “Garlic & Gunpowder” (2017), and “Dead Again in Tombstone” in addition to guest starring in “Without a Trace” (2005), “The Closer” (2005), “NCIS” (2005), and “Head Case” (2009). (2017).

Dean appeared in the horror series “Slasher: The Executioner” (2016) as Chief Iain Vaughn, followed by Alan Hayes in “Slasher: Guilty Party” (2017) and Dan Olensky in “Slasher: Solstice” (2019). In 2018, he co-starred with his wife’s “Beverly Hills, 90210” co-star Ian Ziering in “The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time,” and in 2021, he began playing Det. Barry Hamm on the CBC Television series “Pretty Hard Cases.”

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