Jeremy Merton Sisto is an American actor, producer, and screenwriter who has worked in film, television, and theater. He is a skilled performer who has spent the majority of his life on stage. Sisto grew up in an acting family and fell in love with acting practically by accident.
Jeremy made his acting debut in the 1991 film “Grand Canyon,” starring Kelvin Kline and Danny Glover, and then went on to perform in two consecutive television films before appearing in the cult classic “Clueless” in 1995.
After a run of minor roles and guest appearances, the actor was cast in his first important role as the Messiah in the biblical historical drama “Jesus.” He co-wrote, produced, and acted in the comedy film “BreakPoint,” which he co-wrote, produced, and acted in, in 2014. Learn more about his lifestyle and net worth in the sections below.
Jeremy Sisto’s net worth is unknown. As of 2021, Jeremy Sisto has a net worth of $6 million as an actor from the United States. In addition to his acting employment, he earns hundreds of millions of dollars via advertisements, sponsorships, commercials, and endorsement deals. Sisto is best known for his work on television shows such as Six Feet Under, Suburgatory, Law & Order, and FBI.
FBI actor Jeremy may be found on Twitter, where he has 26.3K followers. He had 27.4k Instagram followers in July 2021. Sisto receives $117 to $195 for each sponsored post, with a 6.69 percent interaction rate, according to the research.
Real Estate by Jeremy Sisto
Jeremy Sisto previously lived in the Beachwood Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles. He paid roughly $940,000 for it in 2002 and sold it for $1.2 million to fashion designer Sydney Azria, son of Serge Azria and nephew of Max Azria, in 2010. The house has since been sold twice more, most recently in early 2019 for $2.14 million, according to public records.
In 2013, the artist paid $2.45 million for a home in the Hollywood Hills. He and his wife began renovating the house but eventually gave up. In July 2020, they listed the house for $2.4 million, and it sold for $2.57 million.
Jeremy Sisto’s Residence
Jeremy Sisto and his wife Addie Lane paid $2.75 million for a casually attractive “modern farmhouse” type property in Waccabuc, New York, about an hour northeast of Midtown Manhattan.
The approximately 3,800-square-foot single-story contemporary hideaway, completed in 2018 and situated on around 3.25 private acres, incorporates simple barn-like shapes that resemble the rustic 19th-century wood barn that anchors the property and provides historical gravitas.
The exterior of the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is covered in classic wood siding painted in a sleek and fashionable shade of charcoal-grey. The soaring interiors are bright, airy, and open-plan, with softly glossy honey-toned oak flooring and white cotton walls. Massive black-framed windows offer tranquil views of the property’s vast and ever-changing forest.
From the stone-paved patio next to the house, the L-shaped house embraces a level and green yard, and the barn provides a magnificent pastoral perspective. A waist-high hedgerow separates the central area of the yard from the simple rectangular swimming pool.