Bobby Cannavale Net Worth: Bobby Cannavale is an American actor who has a net worth of $10 million. Cannavale is best known for his starring role as Bobby Caffey on the television series Third Watch (1999–2001), as well as his Emmy-winning roles as Officer Vincent “Vince” D’Angelo on Will & Grace (2004 ). –2004). 2006; 2018) and Gyp Rosetti in “Boardwalk Empire” (2012). Bobby has over 100 acting credits to his name, including the films ‘The Station Agent’ (2003), ‘The Other Guys’ (2010), ‘Blue Jasmine’ (2013), ‘Ant-Man’ (2015) and ‘ The Irishman’ (2019) and the television series ‘Nurse Jackie’ (2012–2013), ‘Vinyl’ (2016), ‘Mr. Robot’ (2017–2019), ‘Angie Tribeca’ (2018) and ‘Homecoming’ (2018–present).
Youth: Bobby Cannavale was born Robert Michael Cannavale on May 3, 1970, in Union City, New Jersey. Bobby grew up in a Catholic household with mother Isabel, father Salvatore and younger sister Lisa and attended St. Michael, where he joined the choir and served as an altar boy. At age 8, he was cast as Winthrop in a school production of “The Music Man” and went on to appear in “Guys and Dolls” as a gangster. When Cannavale was 13, his parents divorced, and Bobby and his younger sister, Lisa, moved to Puerto Rico with their mother for two years, then moved to Margate, Florida. Cannavale was kicked out of school during the latter and decided to move back to New Jersey so he could pursue an acting career in New York.
Career:Bobby made his film debut in 1996 with appearances in ‘I’m Not Rappaport’ and ‘Night Falls on Manhattan’, and made his small screen debut in the 1998 TV movie ‘When Trumpets Fade’. In 1999, he appeared in the films “Gloria” and “The Bone Collector” and began starring in the NBC drama “Third Watch.” Cannavale remained on the show for two seasons, appearing in 38 episodes. In the early 2000s, Bobby starred in ‘Sex and the City’ (2000), ‘100 Center Street’ (2001–2002), ‘Ally McBeal’ (2002) and all three series of the ‘Law & Order’ franchise . During this time, she also appeared in the films Washington Heights (2002), Shall We Dance? (2004) and “Haven” (2004). In 2004, Cannavale was cast on NBC’s “Will & Grace” as police officer Vince D’Angelo, who would eventually become Will Truman’s husband; he appeared in 17 episodes across both nights of the series. He then appeared in The Night Listener (2006), Snakes on a Plane (2006), The Ten (2007), The Promotion (2008) and Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009). , and the television series The Knights of Prosperity (2007), Cold Case (2008–2009), and Cupid (2009).
In 2010, Bobby starred with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg in “The Other Guys”, lent his voice to the animated series “American Dad!” and guest starred on “Louie” and “Blue Bloods.” In 2012, he played a clown on “Modern Family” and landed recurring roles on “Boardwalk Empire” and “Nurse Jackie” as a gangster and a doctor, respectively. Cannavale portrayed Superman in “Movie 43” (2013) and played Detective Jim Paxton in Marvel’s “Ant-Man,” a huge hit with a worldwide gross of $519.3 million. He reprized his role in 2018’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, which brought in $622.7 million at the box office. In recent years, Bobby has appeared in the films ‘I, Tonya’ (2017), ‘Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle’ (2017) and ‘Motherless Brooklyn’ (2019) and the television series ‘Master of None’ (2017) and ‘ Ms. America” (2020).
Personal life: Cannavale was married to actress and screenwriter Jenny Lumet from 1994 to 2003. Jenny’s father is the late producer/writer/director Sidney Lumet. Bobby and Jenny welcomed son Jake on May 1, 1995. In 2012, Jake played Bobby’s son in several episodes of Nurse Jackie. After his divorce, Cannavale dated actresses Annabella Sciorra and Sutton Foster. Began a relationship with actress Rose Byrne in 2012 after meeting on the set of ‘Annie’ (2014). The couple later starred together in the films ‘Adult Beginners’ (2014) and ‘Spy’ (2015), as well as a 2020 Australian production ‘A View from the Bridge’. Bobby and Rose have two sons, Rocco (born 1 February 2016) and Rafa (born 16 November 2017).
Awards and nominations:Cannavale has been nominated for four Primetime Emmys, winning Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for “Will & Grace” in 2005 and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for “Boardwalk Empire” in 2013. Won a Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actor. for “The Station Agent” in 2004 and an IGN Summer Movie Award for Best TV Villain for “Boardwalk Empire” in 2012. Bobby earned five Online Film & Television Association nominations, taking home the award for Best Guest Actor. in a comedy series for “Will & Grace” in 2005. Cannavale has also received nominations from the ALMA Awards, Critics Choice Television Awards, Gold Derby Awards, Gotham Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards. For his stage work,
Real Estate: In 2015, Cannavale and Byrne paid $2.2 million for a house in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. The home has three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a guest suite, and the master bedroom includes a fireplace.