Chris O’Donnell Biography
Chris O’Donnell is a well-known American actor. As a youngster, O’Donnell appeared in a number of advertisements, including those for Cap’n Crunch cereal and Fruit Roll-Ups snacks, as well as a McDonald’s fast food commercial in which he served NBA legend Michael Jordan.
Chris O’Donnell Age
He is 52 years old as of June 2022. He was born Christopher Eugene O’Donnell on June 26, 1970, in Winnetka, Illinois, U.S.A.
Chris O’Donnell Education
In 1988, he graduated from Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois. O’Donnell went on to Boston College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in marketing in 1992.
Chris O’Donnell Height
Chris stands at a height of 5′ 9″ (1.75 m) tall.
Chris O’Donnell Family
O’Donnell was born in the Chicago neighborhood of Winnetka, Illinois, the son of WBBM-AM general manager William Charles O’Donnell Sr. and Julie Ann Rohs von Brecht. He is the youngest of seven children, the youngest of four sisters and two brothers, and is of German and Irish ancestry.
Chris O’Donnell Wife
In April 1997, O’Donnell married Caroline Fentress at St. Patrick in the City in Washington, D.C. They have five kids.
Chris O’Donnell Career
O’Donnell began modeling when she was 13 years old. As a youngster, O’Donnell appeared in a number of advertisements, including Fruit Roll-Ups snacks and a McDonald’s fast food commercial in which he served NBA legend Michael Jordan. An early television series part was in the 1986 television series Jack and Mike. In the early 1990s, he appeared in several films, including Men Don’t Leave (1990), starring Jessica Lange; Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), reuniting him with Kathy Bates, with whom he appeared in Men Don’t Leave; School Ties (1992); and Scent of a Woman (1992), with Al Pacino.
Following his appearance in Blue Sky (1994), in which he reunited with Jessica Lange from Men Don’t Leave, he went on to star in Circle of Friends (1995) with Minnie Driver, Mad Love (1995) with Drew Barrymore, and In Love and War (1996) with Sandra Bullock. O’Donnell later played the role of Dick Grayson/Robin in Batman Forever, in which Barrymore also appeared. He reportedly competed against Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Ewan McGregor, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Toby Stephens, and Scott Speedman for the role of Robin.[Citation required] Casting directors limited their options down to O’Donnell and DiCaprio, with O’Donnell ultimately getting the role. O’Donnell was thought to be one of 20th Century Fox’s considerations.
Following that, O’Donnell starred in The Chamber, a 1996 film based on the John Grisham novel. He later returned to the character of Robin in 1997’s Batman & Robin. Despite its box-office success, the film was critically lambasted, and O’Donnell admitted that he thought it didn’t work out well. O’Donnell did not appear in another film for the next two years. He was one of the producers’ choices for the role of James Darrell Edwards III/Agent J in Men in Black (1997) but turned it down because he feared the character would be too similar to his portrayal in Batman Forever.[A better source is required] Cookie’s Fortune (1999) and The Bachelor (1999) were relatively popular, whereas Vertical Limit (2000) was a flop.
He also appeared in Two and a Half Men in the 2004 episode “An Old Flame With A New Wick.” In 2005, O’Donnell landed the lead role in the Fox Network television series Head Cases. The sitcom was the first to be canceled during the fall 2005 season, and only two episodes were aired. He was later cast as veterinarian Finn Dandridge on Grey’s Anatomy, an ABC medical drama. In 2009, O’Donnell and Mark Harmon were filming. O’Donnell played CIA case officer Jack McAuliffe in the TNT miniseries The Company, a guy who transitioned from spoonfed Yale elite to cynical post-Cold War cynic. In 2008, he played the title character’s father, Jack Kittredge, in Kit Kittredge: An American Girl.
Chris O’Donnell’s Net Worth
Chris has an estimated net worth of 25 million dollars.
Chris O’Donnell Movies
2003 The Practice
2004 Two and a Half Men
The Amazing Westermans
2005 Head Cases
2006 Grey’s Anatomy
2007 The Company
2009 & 2023 NCIS
2009–2023 NCIS: Los Angeles
2010 WWII in HD: The Air War
2012 Hawaii Five-0
2013 Who Do You Think You Are?
2014 Robot Chicken Mr. Fantastic / Commander
2017 American Dad!
2017 & 2021 The Price Is Right
2023 NCIS: Hawaiʻi G. Callen