About Joe Spano
Joe Spano is a popular actor. This career has been a major source of increasing the total amount of Joe Spano net worth, which has been reported to be as high as 2 million dollars, as of right now. Joe Spano became recognized when he began playing the role of Lt. Henry Goldblume in the production called “Hill Street Blues”. Today, Joe Spano is also known for his appearances as FBI Special Agent Tobias C. Fornell, which he has played in the TV series called “NCIS”. Thus, these productions have also added up to the current estimate of Joe Spano net worth.
Born in 1946, Joe Spano belonged to the improv group in San Francisco, called The Wing. In 1967, when he was still a college student, he appeared in his first stage play called “Romeo and Juliet”. One year later, Joe Spano was instrumental in the establishment of the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. He was working with this theatre for ten years.
In the end of the 1970s, Joe Spano became a Hollywood actor. In 1973, he had a part in “American Graffiti”. Three years later, he appeared in “The Enforcer”. These first appearances also began to increase the overall size of Joe Spano net worth.
When the series were finished, Joe Spano appeared in some other police crime dramas, such as “NYPD Blue” and “Murder One”. He joined the regular cast of 20 TV shows as well as 27 TV movies. Some examples of these productions included “Mercy Point”, “Amazing Grace” and “The X-Files”. Because of his successful appearance in “Midnight Caller”, Joe Spano became a recipient of the Emmy Award for Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series in 1988.
In addition, the actor has had roles in 27 feature films. Joe Spano appeared next to Tom Hanks in the film called “Apollo 13”. Also, the actor had a part in “Primal Fear”, in which he worked with Edward Norton and Richard Gere. All of these productions have added up a lot of revenues to the overall amount of Joe Spano net worth.
In addition, he is a stage actor. In 1992, Joe Spano appeared as a Broadway performer for the first time when he had a role in the play called “The Price”. The play became a nominee for a Tony Award for Best Revival. In addition, he had a role in the play called “American Buffalo”. His appearance in it was praised a lot and he won an LA Drama Critics Circle Award. Some other examples of his stage appearances include productions called “Waiting for Godot”, “The Devil’s Disciple”, “Speed-the-Plow”, “Sylvia” and “Dracula: A Musical Nightmare”. Joe Spano had a part in the TV film called “Brotherhood of Justice”, as well.