- 1 Who is Erin Angle?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Erin Angle Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
- 4 Educational Background
- 5 Professional Career
- 6 Relationship with Jon Bernthal
- 7 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 8 Who Is Her Husband? Jon Bernthal Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Erin Angle?
Erin Angle was born on 14 February 1976 under the sign of Aquarius, in Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaUSA. She is a 44-year-old former trauma nurse and nurse anesthetist, but is probably best recognized for being the wife of famous Hollywood actor Jon Bernthal.
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How rich is she, as of now? Erin Angle Net Worth
As of early 2020, Erin Angle’s net worth is over $2.5 million, earned largely through her successful career as a trauma nurse. Besides that, it is assumed that she shares the wealth of her famous husband, Jon Bernthal, whose wealth is reputedly over $8 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity
Erin Angle spent her early years in her hometown of Pittsburgh, where she was raised by her parents. Her father is one of four brothers of famous actor and legendary WWE star Kurt Angle, but it is unknown which one. Her mother is Cindy Abbondanza Angle. Erin has a brother named Mark, and four sisters named Cassidy, Lea, Jackie, and Kristen. Her uncle is retired professional wrestler Kurt Angle. Her nationality is American, and she belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group.
Erin attended Canon-McMillan High School in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.
Upon matriculation, she enrolled into Indiana University of Pennsylvania, from which she obtained her nursing degree in 1998. She then continued her education at the University of Southern California, and there earned her MS in anesthesiology in 2008.
Erin Angle started pursuing her professional career as a trauma nurse in 1999. In the beginning she worked at Georgetown University Medical Center, and went on to work at the University of Southern California Hospital, then at Stanford University Medical Centre. Before quitting her professional career, Erin served as a nurse anesthetist at Harbor-UCLA Medical Centre. After marrying Jon Bernthal, she quit work to devote herself completely to their marriage and children.
Relationship with Jon Bernthal
Erin Angle and Jon Bernthal met each other in Washington D.C. in 2000, at a welcome-home party, which was thrown for him after his return from Moscow, Russia. They soon started their relationship, and after dating for ten years the couple eventually exchanged their wedding vows at a private ceremony held on 25 September 2010 in Potomac, Maryland, officiated by his acting teacher Alma Becker. Erin gave birth to their first child, a son they named Henry in August 2011. They welcomed their second child, son Billy, in January 2013, and their daughter Adeline was born in February 2015. The family owned a cottage in Venice, which they later sold for $2 million.
Their current residence is in Ojai, California. They are animal lovers and have two English Mastiff breed dogs.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Erin Angle has long blonde hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 3ins (1.63m), while she weighs around 114lbs (52kgs), and her vital statistics are 32-23-34. Her bra size is 33B, and her shoe size is 6 (US).
Who Is Her Husband? Jon Bernthal Short Wiki/Bio
Jonathan Edward ‘Jon’ Bernthal was born on 20 September 1976 under the sign of Virgo, in Washington, D.C. USA. He was raised in a Jewish family in Cabin John, Maryland by his father, Eric Lawrence ‘Rick’ Bernthal, a former attorney, and his mother, Joan Lurie Bernthal.
He has two brothers – Thomas works as a consulting agency CEO and is engaged to Sheryl Sandberg, while his brother Nicholas is an orthopedic surgeon and professor at UCLA.
Jon went to the Sidwell Friends School, and upon matriculation in 1995, he enrolled into Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, but dropped out, and under the influence of his acting teacher, Jon moved to Moscow, Russia to study acting at The Moscow Art Theatre School. There, he was spotted by the executive director of Harvard University’s Institute for Advanced Theater Training at the American Repertory Theater.
He invited Jon to earn his MFA degree there, and he eventually graduated in 2002. While in Moscow, Jon played in the position of a catcher for a professional baseball team.
Following his graduation, Jon Bernthal moved to New York City, and made his film debut playing Manny in the romantic comedy “Mary/Mary”, followed by his television debut as Lane Ruddock in the episode “Malignant” of the NBC police procedural drama series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”. He then featured as Dominic Fabrizzi in the 2004 comedy “Tony & Tina’s Wedding”, after which he guest-starred in such TV series as “Boston Legal”, “CSI: Miami”, and “How I Met Your Mother”, among others.
Rise to Fame
In 2006, Jon Bernthal moved to Los Angeles, California, and landed the role of Christopher Amoroso in Oliver Stone’s survival disaster drama “World Trade Center”, alongside Nicolas Cage. He then joined the cast of the CBS sitcom “The Class” (2006-2007), in which he portrayed Duncan Carmello. Following the cancelation of the series after a season, Jon continued to work on film titles. He featured as James Dixon in the 2007 drama “Day Zero”, directed by Bryan Gunnar Cole, after which he played Banzai in the 2008 drama “A Line In The Sand” and starred in the role of mobster Al Capone in Shawn Levy’s 2009 comedy “Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian”.
Back on TV, between 2009 and 2010, Jon featured as Raymond Gardener in the ABC fantasy comedy-drama series “Eastwick”, after which he landed the role of Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez in the HBO war drama mini-series “The Pacific”, and played Rick Ricardelli in the 2010 political thriller “The Ghost Writer”, directed by Roman Polanski.
In 2010, Jon joined the cast of the AMC post-apocalyptic horror series “The Walking Dead”, playing Shane Walsh until 2018, for which he received critical acclaim as well as a Scream Award nomination for Breakout Performance – Male Award. Concurrently, Jon worked on other projects including his portrayal of Dan Morone in the drama “Rampart”, and performing in the critically acclaimed play “Small Engine Repair”, both in 2011.
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In 2013, he appeared in such supporting roles as Daniel James in the crime drama “Snitch”, alongside Dwayne Johnson, Brad in Martin Scorsese’s biographical crime drama “The Wolf Of Wall Street” next to Leonardo DiCaprio, and B.J. Rose in the sports comedy “Grudge Match”, with Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone. During the same year, Jon was cast as Joe Teague in the TNT neo-noir crime drama series “Mob City” – however, it was canceled after one season.
Major Roles in the mid-2010s
Jon featured as Grady ‘Coon-Ass’ Travis in the 2014 war drama “Fury”, written and directed by David Ayer, winning the National Board of Review Award for Best Cast.
It was followed by his portrayals of Ted in the action crime thriller “Sicario” and Michael H. Sussman in the HBO drama mini-series “Show Me A Hero”, directed by Paul Haggis, both in 2015. During the same year, he also landed supporting roles as Mr. McCarthy in the comedy-drama “Me And Earl And The Dying Girl” and Paige in the drama “We Are Your Friends”.
In 2016, Jon portrayed Frank Castle / The Punisher in the second season of Marvel’s Netflix superhero series “Daredevil”. He would later reprise the role in the self-titled spin-off series “The Punisher” (2017-2019), which earned him two Saturn Award nominations in the categories for Best Actor on Television and Best Actor in Streaming Presentation.
He also landed the roles of Sam Rossi in the neo-noir crime-drama thriller “Sweet Virginia” and The Mute in the action thriller “Pilgrimage”, both in 2017. Jon’s next major role came two years later, when he played Lee Iacocca in the action biographical drama “Ford V Ferrari”, next to Matt Damon and Christian Bale.
It is announced that Jon will portray Terrance Swaino and produce the film version of the play “Small Engine Repair”. He also joined the cast of the upcoming crime drama film “The Many Saints Of Newark”, which is the prequel to the HBO crime drama series “The Sopranos”. He will be featured in the upcoming thriller “Those Who Wish Me Dead”, directed by Taylor Sheridan. Jon is currently filming the biographical drama “King Richard”.