Jan-Michael Vincent Net Worth

What Is Jan-Michael Vincent Worth?

Jan-Michael Vincent's Net Worth is $200,000

1967-1969

Vincent was completing a spell in the California Army National Guard when a headhunter was struck by his looks. His first acting occupation was in the motion picture The Bandits (otherwise known as Los Banditos), co-coordinated by and featuring Robert Conrad, in 1967.

Vincent’s profession took off in the late 1960s when throwing operator Dick Clayton marked him to Universal Studios. He showed up on the Dragnet 1968 scene “The Grenade” as a strong secondary school understudy who endured a corrosive assault by a rationally temperamental schoolmate (played by Mickey Sholdar). He additionally showed up in the Danger Island sections of Hanna-Barbera’s The Banana Splits arrangement as Link (1968–69). At long last, in the fall of 1969 Vincent had a featuring part in the prime-time cleanser musical drama The Survivors, close by Lana Turner and George Hamilton; be that as it may, the arrangement was scratched off at mid-season.

Vincent likewise performed in a few films in that period, for example, the 1969 Twentieth Century Fox motion picture The Undefeated (as Bubba Wilkes) featuring John Wayne, Rock Hudson, and Mexican on-screen character Antonio Aguilar. His name showed up as Michael Vincent in the credits of the motion picture. Vincent visitor featured in three scenes of Lassie with on-screen character Tony Dow and two scenes of Bonanza.

1970-1977

Vincent showed up in a scene of Marcus Welby, M.D. as Richie, a teenager with a liquor compulsion. He co-featured with Charles Bronson in the 1972 wrongdoing film The Mechanic. In 1970, he collected basic acclaim for his part in the made-for-TV film Tribes (otherwise called “The Soldier Who Declared Peace” in Europe and the UK), co-featuring Darren McGavin, about an extreme Marine training camp bore teacher managing a flower child draftee (Vincent) who won’t take after the principles. Other eminent movies incorporated the clique surfing film Big Wednesday with William Katt and Gary Busey, and a perplexing execution inverse Robert Mitchum in Going Home. In 1971 he showed up in the Gunsmoke scene “The Legend”.

In 1972 Vincent featured in a made-for-TV romantic tale Sandcastles, and in 1973 he featured in the Disney motion picture The World’s Greatest Athlete with Tim Conway and John Amos. He additionally featured in the 1974 sentiment Buster and Billie as the wannabe Buster Lane, where he startled crowds with his full-frontal bareness. In Hooper with Burt Reynolds, Vincent played a youthful double. In 1975, Bite the Bullet he played inverse Gene Hackman, James Coburn, and Candice Bergen. He likewise featured in the religion exemplary trucker motion picture White Line Fever; in 1976’s Baby Blue Marine, a war film coordinated by John D. Hancock, which likewise featured Glynnis O’Connor; and in the 1976 faction great Shadow of the Hawk co-featuring Marilyn Hassett. Vincent likewise showed up in Damnation Alley, in view of Roger Zelazny’s sci-fi novel, in 1977.

1980-1983

In 1980, Vincent featured in the posse themed dramatization Defiance, which got a restricted discharge. In that film, he and Danny Aiello co-star as Manhattan occupants who battle back against the group individuals who threaten their neighborhood. He likewise showed up in The Return, a sci-fi film that was discharged straightforwardly to TV and video. In 1981, he co-featured with Kim Basinger in Hard Country. Vincent featured in the 1983 activity film Last Plane Out.

After the culmination of his part in the 1983 TV miniseries Winds of War, Vincent was given a role as Stringfellow Hawke for the action–espionage arrangement Airwolf, in which he co-featured with Ernest Borgnine and is the part for which he is best known and recollected, and also for his rate of pay. It was noted, at the time, that Vincent’s pay for his work on Airwolf was the most generously compensated (supposed to be $200,000 per scene) of any performer on American TV. While recording Airwolf, Vincent confessed to medication and liquor issues for which he recognized looking for offer assistance. After Airwolf finished, he discovered parts in littler spending plan and lower presentation film ventures.

1991-2002

Vincent worked with Traci Lords in the 1991 anticipation film Raw Nerve.

While in the healing center in 1996, Vincent was focused on a part on Red Line with Chad McQueen as Keller. He showed up in the film with a swollen face and scars, and as yet wearing his healing facility ID wrist trinket.

In 1997, he had a little visitor part on Nash Bridges, playing the title character’s departed sibling, and in 1998 he had a cameo in the free film Buffalo ’66.

His latest motion picture parts incorporated the autonomous film White Boy, likewise titled Menace (for the U.S. video variant), discharged in March 2002.

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Jan-Michael Vincent Biography

Vincent was conceived July 15, 1944, in Denver, Colorado, the child of Doris and Lloyd Vincent. His family moved to Hanford, California, when Jan-Michael was youthful. Vincent went to Ventura College in Ventura, California.

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