Len Cariou

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Len Cariou is a Canadian actor, producer, and director noted for his appearances in the TV shows Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Blue Birds, and Brotherhood. He’s also an Off-Broadway production artist and a well-known television actor.

What is the Net worth of Len Cariou?

He has a net worth of $4 million as a result of his successful profession.

Wikis of Len Cariou

Age: 82 years five months
Birth Date: November 30, 1939
Horoscope (Sunshine): Sagittarius
Full Name: Len Cariou
Birth Place: St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada
Net Worth: $4M
Height / How tall : 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)
Ethnicity: Mixed (Breton and Irish)
Nationality: Canadian
Profession: Actor, Director, Producer
Father’s Name: George Marius Cariou
Mother’s Name: Molly Estelle
Education: St Paul’s College
Weight: 74 Kg
Hair Color: White
Eye Color: Greyish Blue

Early Life of Len Cariou: Age, Birth

On September 30, 1939, Len Cariou was born in the Canadian city of St. Boniface. He will have lived for 81 years in 2021. His mother was Irish and his father was from Brittany. We don’t know anything about his siblings because he hasn’t mentioned them. Len completed his high school education at Miles Macdonell Collegiate and received his diploma there. Similarly, his real name is Leonard Joseph Cariou.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Len Cariou is 1.75 meters tall and 74 kilos in weight. His chest measures 42 inches as well. His hair is white, and his eyes are greyish blue.

Relationship Status: Wife, Marriage

Heather Summerhayes and Len Cariou married on October 25, 1986. They married after a romantic relationship of several years. The couple is without children. They’ve been living together for years with no signs of a split or divorce.
Len was previously married to Patricia Otter and Susan Barbalow Kaplow before marrying Heather (1975-1978). He and Patricia Otter had a daughter named Laurel Cariou.

Career and Professional Life

He directed and starred in school and college performances after graduating from college. In 1959, he made his film debut as part of the ensemble in Damn Yankees, followed by The Three Penny Opera and Mister Roberts in 1961. Since then, he has appeared in a number of films, including the intergenerational television show Blue Bloods, the 1995 erotic thriller Never Talk to Strangers, and The Greatest Game Ever Played.

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