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Graham Rogers Net Worth

What Is Graham Rogers Worth?

Graham Rogers's Net Worth is $800 thousand


In 2012, he played Scott Thomas, an ostentatious individual from Clover High’s dramatization office, in the film Struck by Lightning.


In 2013, Rogers co-featured as Henry Iris in the film Crazy Kind of Love, which is otherwise called Long Time Gone. He then handled a TV part as Danny Matheson in the NBC hit show Revolution, which broadcast from 2012 to 2013. In April 2013, Rogers began recording a part in the free thriller film Careful What You Wish For (2015) in Charlotte, North Carolina, featuring close by vocalist Nick Jonas. In June 2013, Rogers declared on Twitter that he had been thrown in an up and coming true to life film about the life of vocalist musician Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, titled Love and Mercy (2014).


In 2015, he featured in the Hulu comic drama arrangement Resident Advisors as Tyler Stone. Additionally, in 2015, Rogers was thrown in ABC’s thriller arrangement Quantico, depicting FBI select Caleb Haas.


On February 21, 2017, it was reported that Rogers was thrown in the repeating part of Smitty in the fifth period of the Showtime wrongdoing dramatization arrangement, Ray Donovan.

Graham Rogers Biography

Graham Rogers conceived December 17, 1990, in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is an American performing artist from West Chester, Pennsylvania, best referred to for his parts as Scott Thomas in the comic drama film Struck by Lightning (2012), Danny Matheson in NBC’s sci-fi arrangement Revolution (2012–13), Al Jardine in the biopic Love and Mercy (2014), Carson in the thriller Careful What You Wish For (2015) and Tyler Stone on the Hulu unique arrangement Resident Advisors.

Right now, he is featuring in the part of Caleb Haas in the dramatization thriller arrangement Quantico on ABC.

At the point when Rogers was eighteen, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he started seeking after acting by taking acting classes. He is best known for conveying the line, “Would I be able to get a hot tub?” in the prevalent State Farm Insurance business. He additionally had a visitor appearance on one scene of the TNT dramatization TV arrangement Memphis Beat.

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