Quick Facts of James Joseph Sloyan

  • Full NameJames Joseph Sloyan
  • Net Worth$3 million
  • Date of Birth24 February, 1940
  • NicknameJames
  • Marital Status Married
  • BirthplaceIndianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
  • Ethnicity White
  • ProfessionActor
  • Nationality American
  • Eye colour Grey
  • Hair colour Pepper and salt
  • SpouseDeirdre Lenihan
  • Height5 feet 8 inch
  • Online PresenceInstagram, Facebook and Twitter
  • Children2
  • Horoscope Aquarius
James Sloyan Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Salary, Married & Wife

James Joseph Sloyan a.k.a James Sloyan is an American actor who is famous for playing Mottola in 1973’s movie The Sting. In the same way, he played two memorable roles in Star Trek Next Generation. With almost dozens of films credits, James has accumulated an excellent amount.

Since more than a decade, Sloyan shares a blissful married life with wife Deirdre Lenihan. To know more about James, we recommend you to read the whole article.

Who is James Sloyan? Know his Bio & Wiki

James Sloyan was born as James Joseph Sloyan on February 24, 1940, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. Sloyan holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. At an early age, he left the United States to live in Rome, Capri, Milan Switzerland, and Ireland.

Sloyan’s career in show-business started upon his return to the United States in 1957. There he received a scholarship to the America Academy of Dramatic Arts. James acting career began in 1962 when he was drafted into the United States Army during its operations in Vietnam.

James Sloyan’s Age & Height

Talking about James Sloyan’s age, he is 79 years old as of 2019. Similarly, Sloyan stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inch tall. He has a pair of grey eyes and salt and pepper hair color.

James Sloyan’s Television Career

James television credits include in the series like The Young and the Restless, General Hospital and Rayn’s Hope. He had a guest appearance on such prime-time series as Baywatch, Quantum Leap, The X-Files, MacGyver, Party of Five, Matlock, and De. Quinn Medicine Women.

James Sloyan

Similarly, Sloyan has appeared in science fiction television series such as Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, where he played Barnard Barney Smith in the episode The Plot to Kill a City, as well as various roles in the Star Trek franchise.

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How much is James Sloyan’ Net Worth & Salary?

James Sloyan has a net worth of $3 million as of 2019. He has earned this fortune through his successful acting profession. After appearing in several movies and TV series, James has earned an average salary of $300 thousand per year. One of his movie, The String, where James has portrayed the role Mottola has collected $159.6 million in the box office while the total budget of the movie is $5.5 million.

Similarly, he earns an average income between $20 thousand to $40 thousand per episodes from the television series he features in. In addition, he is also a voice actor in several TV series. So, he might be earning $20 thousand to $40 thousand from his voice acting career.

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Who is James Sloyan’ Married to? Know his wife & children

James Sloyan is a married man. He exchanged his wedding vows with his long term girlfriend turned wife, Deirdre Lenihan. His wife, Lenihan is an American actress who first appeared in the 1972 film Glass Houses. The love birds met for the first time during the production of a movie where both of them appeared.

James Sloyan with his wife

The couple walked down the aisle in 1957, probably in a private ceromany hall. Even after sharing over two decades of marital relationship together, the couple seems very happy. In fact, there are no signs of their separation and conflicts between then which can lead them to divorce. Not just a perfect couple, now they are proud parents of two children. Their son Dan Sloyan is an actor and daughter Samantha Sloyan is also an actress.