Rob Morrow Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Rob Morrow is an American celebrity with a net worth of $10 million dollars. Morrow was initially slated to play the protagonist in the 1996 movie edition of The Island of Dr. Moreau, but he dropped from the job and was replaced by David Thewlis. In 2002, Morrow played Kevin Hunter to the Showtime television series Street Time and additionally appeared in the television film Detention. In 2007, Morrow played Jack Nicholson’s physician, Dr. Hollins, in movie The Bucket List.
Rob Morrow Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
From 2005 to 2010, Morrow starred with David Krumholtz and Judd Hirsch in Numb3rs on CBS. On March 8, 2010 it was announced that Morrow would star in Jerry Bruckheimer’s new show The Whole Truth on ABC as well as the show aired on September 13, 2010, but was taken in the ABC program in December after filming only 13 episodes.
He was cast as Douglas in The Island of Dr Moreau (1996) but dropped out just before filming and was replaced by David Thewlis.
Morrow and his wife show an affinity for "pun" names. Her name, Debbon Ayer, is a homophone for the word debonair, which means "suave" and "snazzy" or "carefree." Their daughter's name, when spoken without her middle name, is a homophone for the word tomorrow.
He is an avid skier, and he skies regularly with his close friend Fisher Stevens.
He has a production company named Bits and Pieces Pictures Co., which has produced films, including Maze (2000).
Son of Murray Morrow, an industrial lighting manufacturer, and Diane Morrow, a dental hygienist. Rob's parents divorced when he was 9.
Rob and his wife Debbon welcomed their first child, daughter Tu Simone Morrow. The baby weighed 7 lb 3 oz. [April 2001]
Was an extra as a jury member in court in a Saturday Night Live (1975) skit with Rodney Dangerfield as host.
It's a good time to be making movies, despite the cynicism people have about Hollywood.
These are classic, perennial ideals we are dealing with.
College on for sure... I'm scared to say it cause it sounds like a family movie, but if my kid was 7, 8, 9 I would take her to this quickly and gladly!
I was a Sedgewick without the smarts. It infused its way into me and I feel like it formed my character in a big way because of what I was exposed to.
I'd like to think that the notion of inspiration will transcend cultural things that are going on. There's something classic about this movie that I'm hoping reaches kids.
I'm into the idea of responsibility and edification and these things have found me and I have found them. I wanted to be in the movie and I made it known to Mike.
I learned a lot about morality from fiction, from movies.
If it awakens in us as a whole how important that is - the theme of how conquest and ambition are meaningless without contribution - I think then as a society we're in better shape. I hope people are inspired to be the best.
I consider myself a student of Hollywood.
I love the idea of rectitude.
I see lots of cycles, for sure. There's the whole post-Star Wars era, but I don't think it's the whole story.