Mark Alan Ruffalo is a Hollywood actor and producer who has been active in the industry since 1989. He was born on November 22, 1967, in Wisconsin, US. He was born to Marie Rose (mother) and Frank Lawrence Ruffalo Jr.(father) and he had three siblings- two sisters and a brother growing up. His brother Scott passed away in 2008. His father worked as a construction worker and his mother was a hairdresser and stylist. Ruffalo spent most of his childhood in Virginia with his family and it is said that he had undiagnosed ADHD and dyslexia until he was a young adult. He was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor in 2002 which was later removed and he has completely recovered now. But, he became deaf in his left ear because of the tumor.
Mark Ruffalo Body Measurements
Regarding his full body measurements, Ruffalo is 5ft 8 in (1.73m) tall and weighs around 74kg. His chest size is 41 inches, waist is 34 inches and biceps are 15 inches. His eyes are dark brown and he has black colored hair.
Mark Ruffalo Career Details
Ruffalo was determined to become an actor from a very young age and thus decided to attend at the Stella Adler Conservatory to hone his acting skills. He then co-founded the Orpheus Theatre Company and had to wear multiple hats- of actor, writer, producer, light boy, and director, while working there. He also worked as a bartender simultaneously at that time for almost ten years to sustain himself.
Mark Ruffalo finally debuted on-screen in an episode of CBS Summer Playhouse in 1989 and went on to do other minor roles in some films like The Dentist in 1996, Safe Men in 1998 and so on. His career went up rise after he met writer Kenneth Lonergan and performed in many plays that were written by him. He performed the play called This is Our Youth in 1996 written by Lonergan and later on starred in the same writer’s Academy Award-nominated film- You Can Count On Me in 2000. Ruffalo opted for more romantic roles in the mid-2000s and starred in films like 13 Going 30 (2004), Just Like Heaven (2005) and others. He got a well-deserved appreciation from a global audience after he starred in the 2010 thriller film ‘Shutter Island’. He also starred in The Kids Are All Right in 2010 and even received nominations for his role in the Academy Award and BAFTA Award.
Ruffalo has starred in over 50 movies and his most notable works include- Zodiac (2007), Shutter Island (2010), Now You See Me (2013), Spotlight (2015), Now You See Me 2 (2016), The Avenger Series (portrayal of Thor) and so on. He has received more than 29 awards for his stellar performances throughout his career.
Mark Ruffalo Net Worth
Mark Ruffalo has an estimated net worth of $40 million as of 2019. Ruffalo also has a strong following of 15.8 million on Instagram and he earns around $26,697 to $45,767 per paid post. He also endorses brands like Dr.Pepper and National Registry for Wrestling which adds on his wealth.
Mark Ruffalo House
He currently lives in New York in a house costing $3.5 million. The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and is spread over an area of 3,200 square meters.
Mark Ruffalo Cars
Regarding cars, Ruffalo is very conscious of the environment, thus, he has been spotted driving the BMW I3 electric car. The details of other cars he owns if unknown.
Mark RuffaloMarriage Details, Kids
Mark Ruffalo is married to Sunrise Coigney. They got married in 2000 have three children together. They have a son Keen who was born in 2001, daughter Bella Noche who was born in 2005 and youngest daughter Odette was born in 2007.
Mark Ruffalo Philanthropic Work And Political Activism
Ruffalo has always been very vocal about his political opinions. In 2019, he endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for President and expressed how he feels like Sanders will fight for the people and their rights. He also showed his support for Jeremy Corbyn in the Uk general election 2019.
He has always been vocal about being pro-choice and advocated for the rights of women and LGBTQI+ communities. Ruffalo is also an environmentalist and has talked about the severity of degrading environment conditions on various occasions. He also narrated and produced a documentary called ‘Dear President Obama: The Clean Energy Revolution is Now’ in 2016 which was focused on depicting natural gas drilling and expansion of oil.