What is Rex Linn Net Worth?

Rex Linn Net Worth is US$ 5 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS$ 5 Million
BornNovember 13, 1956 (66 Years)
Full NameRex Maynard Linn
GenderMale
Height6’ 4”
EducationCasady School Oklahoma State University
Country of OriginUnited States of America
Source of WealthActor, Voice Actor
Marital StatusUnmarried
Spouse’s
Famous ForActing as Frank Tripp in the “CSI: Miami” Television Series

Biography

Born on November 13, 1956, Rex Maynard Linn is an American film and television actor and producer. After being graduated from Oklahoma State University, he worked in Lakeshore Bank, as a vice president of energy lending, till the bank went insolvent, on July 5, 1982. Linn has also worked in an oil company, unless and until he gets a break in the acting field. Rex is famous for casting in a television series, “CSI: Miami” as ‘Frank Tripp.’ In 1986, he debuted “Dark Before Dawn,” a film that Edward K. Gaylord II produced, his best friend. Some of his most admired movies and television series are, “Cliffhanger (1993),” “Wyatt Earp (1994),” “Rush Hour (1998),” and “CSI: Miami (2003-2012).”

Timeline

1994

He was done a television series, “The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.” in which he appeared as ‘Mountain McClain.’

1996-1997
He was played the role of Chuck in a television series, “3rd Rock from the Sun.”

1999

He was portrayed the character of ‘Shelby Dykes’ for “The Jack Bull.”

2001

He was done a horror movie, “Ghosts of Mars.”

2002-2012

He was appeared in the main role of ‘Sgt. Frank Tripp in his most popular television series, “CSI: Miami.”

2012

He was cast in “Atlas Shrugged: Part II” as ‘Kip Chalmer’

2014

The portrayed character of ‘Sheriff’ in the film “A Million Ways to Die in the West.”

2016-2022

He was featured in “Better Call Saul,” a television show as ‘Kevin Wachtell.’

2018

He was appeared in a movie, “Under the Silver Lake,” as ‘Manager.’

2019

He was played the role of ‘Jeff Milner’ in a television show, “The L Word: Generation Q.”

2022

He was worked in a television show, “Big Sky,” starring ‘Buck Branes.’

Early Life

Rex Linn is an American film and television actor born in Spearman, Texas, on November 13, 1956, to Darlene and James Paul Linn. In August 1969, the Linn family shifted to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There, his father started practicing the law. Initially, Rex Linn joined Heritage Hall and later went to ‘Casady School.’ The school is associated with an Episcopal Church. He started doing part-time work at Oklahoma City Zoo. In 1980, he graduated from ‘Oklahoma State University.’ Before entering films, he worked in the banking sector in western Oklahoma, meanwhile giving auditions for movies and television commercials.

Career

Before entering the film industry, Rex worked in two different fields. On July 5, 1982, Linn worked for a Lakeshore bank as a ‘vice president of energy lending.’ After the bankruptcy, Rex moved to work further and joined an oil company in western Oklahoma. During his working period, Rex simultaneously started giving auditions for television commercials and films. Throughout the period, he shot for various commercial projects. In the meantime, Linn gets an offer for his debut film “Dark Before Dawn,” produced by Edward K. Gaylord II, his best friend.

In 1989, he put forward his significant role as a serial killer in “Night Games.” Afterward, he diverted towards theatre, where he appeared in theatrical films such as “Cliffhanger,” “Thunder Heart,” “Have Always Been Cowboys,” and “Sniper.” And has been part of some television shows, including, “The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.,” “Northern Exposure,” and “Raven,” where he visited as a guest. In 2018, he co-starred with Jamie Lee Curtis in his political thriller “An Acceptable Loss”.

On June 29, 1994, he was awarded the star on Carpenter’s Theatre Walk of Fame, located in Oklahoma City. His narrated books include “A Man Called Cash (2005),” “One Ranger (2005),” and “Missing Persons (2006).” Linn has much interest in Rose Bowl Game. He is a fan of “The University of Texas Longhorns.” From his schedule, he took a day off to watch the 2005 Rose Bowl game, playing between his favorite team and “The University of Southern California.”

The victory was caught by “The University of Texas Longhorns.” He has much engrossment in student charities and arts. He was invited to an award presented at the National Association of Police Organizations award ceremony held in Washington, DC. On October 3, 2011, a film premiered on AMC, where Linn appeared in a webisode series, “The Walking Dead: Torn Apart,” doing a short film on the zombie apocalypse.

Rex Linn Net Worth

A well-known actor with a sizable fortune is Rex Linn. Because of his outstanding acting career, he receives this sizable salary. Similarly, her position as a vice president of the bank raises his net worth significantly.

Highlights

  • Cliffhanger (1993)
  • Lakeshore Bank (Vice President of Energy Lending)
  • Night Game (1989)
  • Missing Persons (2006)

Keys Life Lessons from Rex Linn

Passionate about work

If you are passionate about work, you can achieve anything.

Exercise is Power

Daily exercise should be done as a priority.

 Frequently Asked Questions

Name some of Rex Linn’s popular television shows.

“CSI: Miami,” “Lethal Weapon,” “The L Word: Generation Q,” and “The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.,” are some of his popular television shows.

In which two sectors did Rex Linn work before entering the film industry?

He worked in Lakeshore Bank as a vice president of energy lending and later worked in an oil company in western Oklahoma.

Summary

Born to Darlene and James Paul Linn, Rex Linn, an American television and film actor, took birth in Spearman, Texas, on November 13, 1956. He worked in ‘Lakeshore Bank’ unless it gets bankrupt. There he served as a ‘vice president of an energy lending’ project. After that, he worked in an oil company located in western Oklahoma. While working in these sectors, he simultaneously continued to give auditions for films and television commercials.

In 1986, he debuted “Dark Before Dawn,” a film that Edward K. Gaylord II produced, his best friend. He gets famed after casting in a television series, “CSI: Miami” as ‘Frank Tripp.’ His most recent movie, based on the political thriller “An Acceptable Loss,” co-starred with Jamie Lee Curtis, was released in 2018. And his latest work for television can be seen in a television series, “The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.” in which he appeared as ‘Mountain McClain.’