Brian hallisay dating

03-Oct-2019 16:14

is an American actor known for his roles as Will Davis in the CW drama series Privileged and Kyle Parks in the Lifetime drama series The Client List.

He starred on the television series Revenge as Ben Hunter.

He is currently busy passing his days with his soul mate and their two daughters.

Additionally, he avoids using any social media accounts and prefers to be private about his personal life as much as possible Brian Hallisay's net worth lies somewhere between 0,000-0,000, all thanks to his career as a film and television actor.

The couple has two children (a son and a daughter).

In addition, the average salary of a film actor is .00 per hour and ,000 year. I am so proud that I get to be in this show and I am so proud of Maddie. The trust, love, raw emotion, guts and heart that this took as a cast and crew I can’t describe. The viewers, the survivors and the ones still fighting. Thank you all for the support and beautiful words today.

Similarly, the average pay for a television actor varies from -0, depending upon the popularity of the actor.

After some time, Hallisay performed the role of Will Davis, a charming and wealthy personality on The CW’s drama 'Privileged'.

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After “Privileged” was canceled, he went on to another television series, 'The Client List' (2012), starring against Jennifer Love Hewitt, where he played her ex-husband.

Since late 2018, Hallisay plays a recurring role on 9-1-1 as Doug Kendall alias Jason Bailey, the abusive husband of Maddie Buckley, a character played by his real-life wife, Jennifer Love Hewitt.

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