Have you ever watched the American Crime Drama, Saving Grave? If you have, then you must be familiar with Bailey Chase.
Bailey Chase's Wife, Daughter, and Twins
The 40 years old Bailey Chase shared the wedding vows with Amy Wilson on December 12, 2012. The couple often shares the pictures in both social media accounts, visiting different places, and even at home with kids. There is no sign the two would ever separate.
After two years of their wedding, the pair gave birth to the first daughter, Waverly Rose Chase, 5, on June 1, 2014. Likewise, the lovey-dovey duo was blessed by twins, a girl, Maggie Chase, and a boy, Gauge Chase, on April 28, 2016.
Bailey and Amy frequently go out with children and post on social media.
Bailey Chase's Net Worth And Salary
The 'Criminal Minds' actor Bailey Chase has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Undoubtedly, he made a fortune from the acting career.
So far, the Cory Snyder star has appeared in 60 films and television series. He receives an annual salary of $50,000 from the filming career. Apart from this, he earns $15000-$25000 per episode from his appearance in television series.
Chase appeared in the 2016 superhero film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice where he portrayed the role of the Python team Leader. The movie grossed the worldwide box office of $873.6 million with a budget of $250-300 million. Another successful film in which he starred as Benny was in 2015, The Boy Next Door, which had a worldwide collection of $53.4 million in the overall budget of $4 million. In the movie, Benny artists shared the screen with Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Guzman, and Ian Nelson.
The Longmire star was previously known as Bailey Luetgert. He started the acting career in the year 1996. The first T.V. series appeared was Hot Line as Jake. He is a regular actor who appears in the role of Detective Butch Ada on T.N.T.'s drama, Saving Grace. Likewise, Luetgert acted on series such as Baywatch, Charmed, Billboard Dad, The Juliet About Juliet, Undressed, Pacific Blue, The Stary, and many more.
In 2012, he was cast on the A&E Western mystery series Longmire as Deputy Branch Connally, a main character. Later in 2016, he worked on the N.B.C. fantasy-drama, Grimm as the leader of the Wesen uprising, Lucien Petrovich. Currently, the 6 feet tall actor has been cast in C.B.S. series S.W.A.T. since 2019.