Scott Caan Net Worth and Salary: Scott Caan is an American actor, writer, director, photographer, and former rapper, from Los Angeles, California, who has a net worth of $16 million as of 2022. Scott rose to fame after playing the role of Detective Danny “Danno” Williams in the popular action police series titled Hawaii Five-0.
His performance in the series earned him his first Golden Globe Award nomination in the category of Best Supporting Actor in a Series. Caan then gained further recognition in the entertainment industry after he was named for the recurring role of manager Scott Lavin in the HBO television series Entourage in which he appeared from 2009 to 2011.
Apart from acting, Scott Caan also made a name for himself in the music industry. In the late 80s, Scott formed the rap group named The Whooliganz along with fellow rapper The Alchemist.
The popular BuddyTV announced that Scott Caan would be ranked 95th on their list of “TVs Sexiest Man of 2011”. Most of the income he earns is from acting and film directing.
Net Worth 2022:
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Age||45 years old|
|Date Of Birth||August 23, 1976|
|Annual Salary||$2 Million|
|Profession||Actor, Writer, Director,
Scott Andrew Caan was born on the 23rd of August 1976 and was raised in Los Angeles, California. He belongs to a family of actors like his father James Caan is an actor while Scott’s mother Sheila Marie Ryan is also an actress and former model.
Caan’s parents got divorced when he was just 9 years old. He grew up along with 4 half-siblings Tara, Alexander, Jacob, and James Arthur Caan. Scott is of Irish descent on his mom’s side and has Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry on his dad’s side.
His paternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Germany. Moving on to his education, Caan attended Beverly Hills High School, before enrolling at the Playhouse West acting school.
Scott Caan entered the hip hop crews Cypress Hill and House of Pain in which he was a roadie. Later he teamed up with producer and fellow rapper The Alchemist and became part of the group called The Whooliganz. Scott then adopted the name Mad Skillz while The Alchemist began rapping as Mudfoot.
In the early 1990s, Scott and The Alchemist began performing as the rap duo the Whooliganz and quickly grabbed the attention of record labels. They eventually signed a deal with Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. records.
The duo was later dropped by Tommy Boy shortly after the release of their debut single titled Put Your Handz Up. Around this time the two were also working on their album called Make Way for the W.
Soon Scott and the Alchemist parted ways and he began his solo career. Later Whooliganz track Whooliganz was dropped in 1995.
After the breaks of several years, in 2014 Caan again teamed up with his former supporter The Alchemist on the Step Brothers album called Lord Steppington, and performed on the track Byron G with singer Evidence.
In the late 1990s, Scott’s professional acting career started after attending the Playhouse West acting school. He first got several minor roles in dramas and independent movies. In 1995 he had cameos as Steve / Hate in the Crime series A Boy Called Hate and he followed that up with his role in Last Resort.
In 1999 Caan got the role of Charlie Tweeder, a Texas high school football player in the teen movie Varsity Blues in which he appeared alongside Paul Walker and James Van Der Beek.
That same year, Scott made his appearance in two movies Saturn and Black and White. He then continued to play roles in several movies including 2000s Ready to Rumble, Boiler Room, Gone in 60 Seconds, 2001s American Outlaws, and many others.
The biggest breakthrough moment of his career came in 2001 when Scott played the role of Turk Malloy in the highest-grossing movie Ocean’s Eleven. His appearance in the film earned him a lot of fame and led him to reprise his role in its sequels including Ocean’s Twelve in 2004, and Ocean’s Thirteen in 2007.
In 2003 Scott came up as a director and made his debut with the film Dallas 362. Later in 2006 he wrote and directed the comedy movie titled The Dog Problem, in which he also starred in the supporting role of Casper.
Aside from films, Scott made his first TV show appearance in the Gomorron in 2000. Then in 2009, he began working on the comedy-drama television show entitled Entourage in which he played the recurring role of Scott Lavin for its 19 episodes from 2009 to 2011.
Scott earned several awards and nominations for playing the role of Danny ‘Danno’ Williams in the popular television series Hawaii Five-0 in which he has been appearing since 2010. He also earned fame for his cameos in the drama series NCIS: Los Angeles in 2012 and Vice Principals in 2017.
Awards and Achievements:
Scott Caan began his career at a young age and he has received several awards and nominations throughout his successful acting career. He won two awards including the TV Guide Award for Favorite Bromance in the TV series Hawaii Five-0 and Critics Award for his work in Dallas 362.
In addition, Scott earned 6 award nominations including MTV Movie Award, Golden Globe Award, PFCS Award, as well as Teen Choice Award, and some more.
Apart from acting in films and TV series, Scott also began his photography career shortly after he completed his work as a director and writer for the film Dallas 362 in 2003. Since then he began shooting after being inspired by cinematographer Phil Parmet.
In the year 2009, he dropped his first collection of photographs in the book titled Scott Caan Photographs, Vol. 1.
Scott has volunteered energetically with several associations such as A Walk On Water, Surfers Healing, TheraSURF, and Life Rolls On, which teaches children with autism about the pleasure of surfing.
Scott Caan earned a pretty good sum from his successful career and he can afford an expensive lifestyle and properties. His luxury house in Malibu is now open for the public for $30,000 per rental. This early 1970s Malibu mansion property is considered an upside-down house, with open plan living and entertainment spaces on the upper level.
The house offers sweeping ocean, mountain, and sunset views. Moreover, the house has glossy wood floors and offers 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It spans over 2,300 square feet of living space and is a two-story Mediterranean-style house.
Scott bought this lavish Malibu mansion for about $2.3 million and it is located in a beautiful place right next to the ocean. In addition, Scott also owns several other properties including a Los Angeles house which he bought for $1,93 thousand in 2006. He then sold this house for 2,80,0000 dollars in 2010.
Scott Caan is fond of luxury cars and he is the owner of many vehicles including a silver Chevrolet Camaro, Lamborghini, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Ford Raptor, and others.
Scott Caan Net Worth:
As of 2022, Scott Caan Net Worth is estimated to be around $16 million, becoming one of the richest actors in the entertainment industry. He is one of the most prominent celebrities in the country and has already earned a lot of stardom in the field of acting, and music.
The majority of his income comes from acting in films, as well as his work as a director and writer. He first came to the spotlight after being cast in the hit TV series Hawaii Five-0, in which he earned a vast chunk of money. Scott reportedly earned $200 thousand for each episode for his role as Danny “Danno” Williams in Hawaii Five-0.
The total fortune he amassed from the CBS series is around $5 million which is such a great achievement for him. He also earned a lot from being a photographer as well as a rapper. Scott Caan’s annual income is more than $2 million.