Rex Linn Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Cancer and Net Worth

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Rex Linn Wiki, Wife, Divorce, Cancer and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth/Birthday November 13, 1956
Age 67 Years 8 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession/Occupation Actor
Working For/Engaged On Movies, TV Shows
Wife/Spouse Not Disclosed
Married Yes
Divorced N/A
Girlfriend/Dating Not Yet
Gay/Lesbian No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth $1.2 Million Dollars (approx.)
Height/Tall 6' 4" (1.92 m)
Weight N/A
Children/Kids N/A

Rex Linn was born in the year 1956 on 13th of November and this makes his age 58 at this time. He was born in a place called Spearman, which lies in Texas of United States of America. He belongs to the ethnicity white and nationality American. He is an extremely tall man as he has a height of 6 feet 4 inches, which is around 1.93 meters.

After being so popular and so successful he has not revealed anything about his personal life. He has not talked about his sexual preference so, no one knows whether he is gay or not. It seems like he is married man but, as he has never talked about his wife and children, no one can exactly tell the truth. It seems like he has never been through the process of divorce. He has never talked about anything on his current affair or girlfriend.

He has been very decent and very dedicated in his work and it has given him great earnings. He has his net worth of $1.2 million dollars (approx.), which proves his worth in the industry. There were some rumors of him suffering from cancer but it was never confirmed. Wiki sites like Wikipedia and IMDb contain information on him and his interesting biography. It does not seem like he is much into using social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram and uploading his recent pictures in those sites to share them.

He has played great roles in TV shows and movies and it has taken his fame and success to a whole new level. He played the role of Hat Henderson in a movie called Monte Walsh in the year 2003. Other movies and TV shows to his credits are Cheaper by the Dozen, Appaloosa, A Million Ways to Die in the West and John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars.