Michael Weatherly Biography
Michael Manning Weatherly, Jr. (Michael Weatherly), is an American actor, producer and director. He was born on July 8, 1968 to Patricia O’Hara and Michael Manning Weatherly, Sr., in New York City and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut.
Weatherly attended Fairfield Country Day School and graduated from Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts. Weatherly attended Boston University, Menlo College, and American University, but he left college to pursue acting.
Weatherly began his acting career with a minor television role on The Cosby Show as Theo Huxtable’s roommate. And was also featured in Seinfield briefly. He was later cast in the role of Cooper Alden on Loving and later, The City. Weatherly later moved to Los Angeles, soon landing a role as a series regular on the FOX television series Significant Others, with Jennifer Garner. He later met director Whit Stillman, who cast him in the 1998 film The Last Days of Disco as Hap opposite Chloë Sevigny. Weatherly also appeared as a conflicted warlock in the series Charmed during its first season in 1998.
His movie credits include Meet Wally Sparks with Rodney Dangerfield, Gun Shy with Liam Neeson, Cabin by the Lake, and the independent film Trigger Happy opposite Rosario Dawson. Michael Weatherly starred in Dark Angel for the two seasons it was on the air.
In 2003, he appeared as Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo in two episodes of the CBS series JAG, a role he continued to portray in the spin-off series NCIS; making subsequent guest appearances on both NCIS: New Orleans (2014) and NCIS: Los Angeles (2015). In 2004, he starred in the television film The Mystery of Natalie Wood, portraying Robert Wagner.
Weatherly made his directing debut with the season-eight episode of NCIS titled “One Last Score”, which aired March 1, 2011, and also directed the NCIS season-10 episode “Seek” which aired March 19, 2013.
Michael Weatherly Bull
It is an American drama television series with Michael Weatherly as the starring . The show is based on the early days of talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw’s career, when he was a trial consultant.
Michael Weatherly Age
Weatherly was born on July 8, 1968 in New York City. He is currently 49 years old.
Michael Weatherly Wife
Weatherly married Amelia Heinle in February 1995. Heinle has one son with Weatherly. The couple divorced in 1997. Weatherly married internist Dr. Bojana Janković on September 30, 2009. The couple have two children, a daughter and a son.
Michael Weatherly Children
Weatherly had a son with Amelia Heinle and two children, a daughter and a son with Dr. Bojana Janković.
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Michael Weatherly Salary
He earns an annual income of $7 million dollars.
Michael Weatherly Net Worth
Michael’s net worth is approximated to be $25 million. He has his own Personal Investments, owns few of the best luxury cars (Mercedes Benz, Lexus and Alfa Romeo) and a Luxury Home.
Michael Weatherly Movies
- Meet Wally Sparks (1997)
- The Last Days of Disco (1998)
- Gun Shy (2000)
- The Specials (2000)
- Venus and Mars (2001)
- Trigger Happy (2001)
- Her Minor Thing (2005)
- Charlie Valentine (2010)
Michael Weatherly TV Shows
- 2016–present – Bull
- 2015 – NCIS: Los Angeles
- 2014 – NCIS: New Orleans
- 2014 – Hollywood Game Night
- 2014 – Whose Line is it Anyway?
- 2012 – Major Crimes
- 2004 – The Mystery of Natalie Wood
- 2003–16 – NCIS
- 2003 – JAG
- 2000–02 – Dark Angel
- 2000 – Ally McBeal
- 2000 – Grapevine
- 2000 – Cabin by the Lake
- 1999 – Winding Roads
- 1999 – The Crow: Stairway to Heaven
- 1999 – Charmed
- 1998 – Jesse
- 1998 – Significant Others
- 1998 – The Advanced Guard
- 1997 – Spy Game
- 1997 – Asteroid
- 1996 – Pier 66
- 1995–96 – The City
- 1992–95 – Loving
- 1991 – The Cosby Show
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How I Became a Better Man
Updated: December 18, 2017
Every Tuesday night, millions tune in to watch Michael Weatherly dominate courtrooms as ace trial consultant Dr. Jason Bull.
“He sleeps on his couch, drinks too much, doesn’t go to the gym, doesn’t take care of himself,” the Bull star says in the current issue of PEOPLE of his character, who’s at the top of his game professionally but “falling apart” privately. “He’s a guy I understand. I’ve gone through periods of my life where I’ve pushed myself a little too hard and it’s cost me.”
Weatherly enjoys a happy life in Los Angeles with wife Bojana Janković, 37, a physician, their daughter Olivia, 5, and son Liam, 4. But the actor, 49, admits his current bliss is a product of learning from stumbles — including his divorce from his first wife, actress Amelia Heinle, with whom he has a son, August, 21.
“That was a very difficult time,” he says of splitting in 1997 after less than two years of marriage. “When I got remarried, I wanted to do my very best to ensure that rupture wouldn’t happen again. My kids and my marriage are the things I’m proudest of.”
Weatherly was in his early 20s when he was cast on the soap opera Loving and its spinoff The City, where he fell in love with castmate Heinle.
The pair wed in 1995, but after The City was canceled the following year, Weatherly struggled with the stresses of supporting a wife and child.
“I was 27 and could barely take care of myself, but I had to feed people and put a roof over their heads,” he says. Weatherly took pretty much any job that was offered to him to help pay the bills, but that meant lots of time apart and, eventually, divorce. “It’s a tough thing for a kid,” Weatherly says of how son August adjusted to the split. “Especially when one of your parents is on the other side of the country.”
Weatherly knew he wanted to do things differently moving forward.
After his two-year engagement to his Dark Angel costar Jessica Alba ended in 2003, he met Janković in 2007, and they wed two years later. Weatherly says he now makes family time a priority.
“I don’t bring my work home,” he explains. “I’m a single-track-mind person, so at work I do my work, but at home I’m devoted to my kids.” He credits his profession for a lot of his personal growth. “Acting has given me a way of understanding myself,” he says. “It’s made me a better person.”
Weatherly jokes that his wife, an internist, “probably sees me more as a patient than a husband at this point,” but he is grateful for their successful eight-year marriage and looks forward to enjoying their golden years together. “I’m lucky. I have a wonderful wife and am well on my way to a very happy retirement,” he says. “I just gotta educate these kids first!”