James Tupper (Actor) Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Wife, Facts

James Tupper is a Canadian actor known for his roles as Jack Slattery on the ABC television series Men in Trees, Dr. Chris Sands on the NBC medical drama series Mercy, and David Clarke on ABC’s Revenge.

He also starred in the post-apocalyptic thriller Aftermath, on Space in Canada and Syfy in the U.S., and in the HBO series Big Little Lies. Explore more about James Tupper’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about him.

James Tupper Height & Weight

How tall is James Tupper? He stands tall with a height of 5 feet and 8 inches and weighs about 63 kilos. He is a fitness freak as well. He has blonde hair and has light brown eyes.

James Tupper Age

James Tupper was born on August 4, 1965 in Dartmouth, Canada.

He is 56 years old, as of 2021.

James Tupper Wife

Tupper split from his wife, Kate Mayfield, in November 2006 and moved in with actress Anne Heche in August 2007, after they met on the set of Men in Trees.

Their son, Atlas Heche Tupper, was born on March 7, 2009.

James Tupper Wiki/Bio

James TupperWiki/Bio
Real NameJames Tupper
Nick NameJames
Age56-years old
Net Worth$1 million – $3 million
BirthdayAugust 4, 1965
BirthplaceDartmouth, Canada
Zodiac SignLeo
Height (approx.)In Feet Inches: 5′ 8″
In Meters: 1.78 m
In Centimetres: 178 cm
Weight (approx.)In Kilograms- 63 kg
In Pounds- 132 lbs
Body Measurementsapprox. 44-28-40 inches
Biceps Size21 inches
Shoe Size14.5 (US)
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair colorBlonde
Girlfriend NameSingle
WifeKate Mayfield
Children?Atlas Heche Tupper
Educational QualificationsGraduate
Social Media ProfilesYes

James Tupper Net Worth

Tupper was born in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

He studied acting at Concordia University, Montreal, and later at Rutgers University in New Jersey, where he earned a master’s degree.

His net worth is estimated to be $1 million – $3 million.

James Tupper Facts

Tupper acted in several off-Broadway plays, including An Actor Prepares and After the Rain.

He co-wrote and appeared in 2005’s Loudmouth Soup, a fully improvised independent film that was filmed in one night with no script and no second takes.

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