At just 4 feet 6 inches, many might ridicule Rick Howland. But don't let his size fool you as he is highly talented and one of the respected actors in Canada. His works in the field of television, especially in the series 'Lost Girl,' has been praised by many.
Rick Happily Married With His Wife!
The Ontario native actor is blissfully married to his beautiful wife, Nadia Bassett. One can see that there is a strong connection between the love birds, as they appear in each other's social media accounts every now and then.
It is, however, not learned whether the duo shares any children yet. Concerning to that matter, the 'Santa Baby' actor is yet to address it.
The pair seems incredibly happy, and that is what matters the most! We hope they keep on sharing the impeccable bond in the coming days, as well!
Besides spending time with his sweetheart, Howland also cherishes moments with his family and close friends. The veteran celeb gives a glimpse on his life to his followers through his social media.
Wealth And Earnings
Rick has a net worth of $600 Thousand from his many years of career in the acting field. An actor in Canada, on average, earns an hourly rate of $11.43 and $22,718 annually.
The actor is prominently renowned for his role as Trick in the popular Canadian T.V. series 'Lost Girl.' In the supernatural series, he played with actors Anna Silk, Kris Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo, K.C. Collins, Zoie Palmer. Similarly, he worked in the show for the entirety of season 1 to 5 (2010-2015).
Check out the clip of Rick Howland's T.V. series 'Lost Girl'!
Rick also has a couple of movie credits, and one of them is 'Bon Cop, Bad Cop' (2006). Portraying the character of Buttman, he worked alongside Patrick Huard, Colm Feore, Lucie Laurier, Sylvain Marcel.
Quick Facts On Canadian Actor
- Rick Howland suffers from Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bones), a genetic disorder that affects the bones.
- His first acting credit scene is in 'To Catch A Yeti' (1995) in which he appeared opposite Michael Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf.
- The actor also co-wrote a sitcom with cinematographer Adam Nashman titled Rick's Life.
- He is also a songwriter and has two self-recorded albums available on iTunes.