About Finn Wittrock

 

Finn Wittrock is best known for his roles in various seasons of “American Horror Story.” He played the role of Tristan Duffy and Rudolph Valentino in “American Horror Story: Hotel” and the role of Dandy Mott in “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” He received his first Emmy nomination for his performance in AHS: Freak Show. 

He also played the role of Nether Polk in “American Horror Story: Roanoke.” 

Initially, recognition came knocking at his door after playing films like “Noah” and “The Normal Heart.” 

He played the role of Jeffrey Trail in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” in 2018.

Quick Info
Full NamePeter "Finn" Wittrock, Jr.
Date of BirthOctober 28, 1984
Birth PlaceLenox, Massachusetts, U.S.
Parent(s)Kate Claire Crowley and Peter L. Wittrock Sr.
OccupationActor, screenwriter
Spouse(s)Sarah Roberts ​(m. 2014)​
Net WorthUS $5 Million

Early Life

 

Finn Wittrock’s full name is Peter “Finn” Wittrock, Jr. He was born to parents Kate Claire Crowley and Peter L. Wittrock Sr. on October 28, 1984, in Lenox, which is in Massachusetts. His younger brother’s name is Dylan. His mother is an occupational therapy professor, and his father is an actor. 

He graduated high school from Los Angeles County High School of the Arts. 

He got his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Juilliard School in 2008. He was an excellent student and received several awards along with a Stephanie Palmer McClelland Scholarship.

Finn Wittrock

Career

 

Finn Wittrock made his TV debut in 2003 with the TV show “Cold Case.” He played the role of Eric Whitely in an episode of “Cold Case.”

The same year he appeared in the role of Thomas Yoder in an episode of “ER.”

He played the role of Chad Van Horn in an episode of “CSI: Miami.” 

He got his first significant TV role in 2009. He got the part of Damon Miller in “All My Children.” He portrayed the position from 2009 to 2011 and appeared in 112 episodes.

In 2011, he played the role of Danny in an episode of “Torchwood: Miracle Day.”

In 2012, he appeared in “Harry’s Law” and “Criminal Minds.”

He appeared in 4 episodes of “Masters of Sex” as Dale in 2013. 

He portrayed the role of Albert in the 2014 television film “The Normal Heart.”

Things took a turn in 2014 when he got the role of Dandy Mott in the horror TV series “American Horror Story: Freak Show.” He appeared in a total of 12 episodes of AHS from 2014 to 2015.

In 2015, he played Max in an episode of “Deadbeat.”

From 2015 to 2016, he played the roles of Tristan Duffy for six episodes and Rudolph Valentino’s two episodes of “American Horror Story: Hotel.”

In 2016, he made a guest appearance in “American Horror Story: Roanoke” as the character Jether Polk.

For four episodes of “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” he played the role of Jeffrey Trail. 

In 2019, he made a guest appearance in an episode of “American Horror Story: 1984” as Bobby Richter.

He is to appear as Edmund Tolleson in “Ratched” soon in 2020.

He is also to make an appearance in the 10th season of American Horror Story in 2021.

He made his film debut in 2004 with the film “Halloweentown High.” 

Six years later, in 2010, he played the role of Warren in the action drama “Twelve.”

In 2014, he appeared in three films, namely, “Noah,” “Winter’s Tale,” and “Unbroken.”

Finn Wittrock

In 2015, Finn Wittrock played the role of Freddie Steinmark in “My All American.” In the film “The Submarine Kid,” he played the role of Spencer Koll.

In the 2016 musical romantic comedy hit “La La Land,” he portrayed the role of Greg Earnest.

He appeared in the role of Demetrius in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in 2017.

In 2018, he played the roles of Tim Matheson, Jonny Collins, and Hayward in “A Futile and Stupid Gesture,” “Write When You Get Work,” and “If Beale Street Could Talk” respectively.

In 2019, he played Mickey Deans in the biographical drama “Judy.”

The same year, he played the role of Jaeger in “Semper Fi.”

In the 2020 film “Long Weekend,” he played the role of Bart.

His upcoming films include “Deep Water,” “A Mouthful of Air,” and “Louie.”

He has also made stage appearances and played in titles like “Candida,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “The Illusion,” “Death of a Salesman,” “The Guardsman,” and “The Glass Menagerie” from 2008 to 2017.

 

Awards

 

Finn Wittrock won a Theatre World Award and a Clarence Derwent Award in 2012 for his “Death of a Salesman.”

He won a Satellite Award in 2018 for his performance in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.” 

 

Personal Life

 

Finn Wittrock keeps his personal life shallow profile. Wittrock and Sarah Roberts dated for a long time before getting married on October 18, 2014. The marriage took place in a private ceremony.

The couple has a son named Jude together. He was born in 2019.

Finn Wittrock

Height, Weight, and Age

 

Finn Wittrock stands 1.75 meters tall and weighs approximately 65 kg.

As of September 2020, he is 35 years old.

 

Social Media

 

Finn Wittrock is active on social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Finn has 534k followers on Instagram and 127.7k followers on Twitter as of September 2020. He has 15.9k followers on Facebook. 

Net Worth

 

Finn Wittrock’s net worth is estimated to be as much as US$ 5 million as of September 2020. He earns most of his money from acting in films and TV shows. 

 

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