Sam Trammell Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Sam Trammell Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Sam Trammell Net Worth: Sam Trammell is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $4 million. Sam Trammell was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in January 1969. He’s famous for his role as Sam Merlotte to the TV series True Blood. Trammell studied at Brown University as well as the University of Paris. He’s played on stage was nominated for a Tony for his performance in Ah, Wilderness!. His screen introductions came in 1996 in the TV movie Harvest of Fire as well as the picture Childhood’s End. In 1998 he had recurring characters in the TV series Maximum Bob and Trinity. His best known character has come starring as Sam Merlotte in the TV series True Blood since 2008.
January 29, 1969
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Brown University, University of Paris, George Washington High School
United States of America
Missy Yager (2003–)
Gus Trammell, Winston Trammell
Satellite Award for Best Television Ensemble
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play
The Fault in Our Stars, Imperium, I Am Wrath, All Mistakes Buried, Crazy Kind of Love, AVPR: Aliens vs Predator - Requiem, White Rabbit, About Ray, Autumn in New York, Anonymous Rex, Guns, Girls and Gambling, What If God Were the Sun?, Undermind, Fear of Fiction, Wrestling with Alligators, Harvest of Fire, The Privileged, Beat, Hot Dudes with Kittens, The Aftermath, Miracle of Phil, Children of the Spider, The Last Full Measure, Childhood's End, Followers, The Inn Keeper, Pizza Training, Egg Scape
Sam is the only cast member on True Blood (2008) who is actually from Louisiana.
Twin boys were born on August 9, 2011.
Sam and his girlfriend, Missy Yager, are expecting twins later this year. They met eight years ago while working together on Broadway [March 7, 2011].
Was nominated for Broadway's 1998 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for a revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!"
When you get into Louisiana, it really is like a different country in a lot of ways. The plants you see are a little different, like the weeping willows and the cypress trees that come up out of the bayou. And it's steamy hot. There's something about a humid, dusky evening that's kind of sexy. In the country, it feels like you don't have control over nature anymore - nature is in control of you. It's like the naturalists at the turn of the century, that idea that nature is so much bigger than you and man is a small thing. You walk out to the bayou and you're overshadowed by these strange plants and the heat and the mists, and I think that lends itself to supernatural creatures because there are things that can hide in the shadows. There's also the tradition of voodoo, the Haitian magic arts, in New Orleans. And because New Orleans is below sea level, when they bury people in New Orleans, it's mostly above ground. So you have this idea that the spirits are more accessible and can access you more easily because they're not even buried.