Here's how much @NCIS_CBS and Bull star Michael Weatherly is worth #NCIS #Bull

MICHAEL WEATHERLY was one of the stars which helped to shoot NCIS to global success. So how much is the 52-year-old actor worth?

PUBLISHED: 17:33, Mon, Nov 30, 2020 | UPDATED: 17:33, Mon, Nov 30, 2020

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Michael Weatherly leads the cast of legal drama Bull as Dr Jason Bull which has grown in popularity since 2016. However, most viewers will know him best as Agent Tony Dinozzo from NCIS. Tony was an original character whose flirtatious nature and determined attitude won him a place in fans' hearts.


WARNING: This article contains spoilers from NCIS.

Michael Weatherly, Mark Harmon who plays Agent Leroy Gibbs and David McCallum who is behind Donald "Ducky" Mallard were in NCIS from the very beginning in 2003.

The three actors remained firmly in the show until Agent Ziva David's (played by Cote de Pablo) "death" led to Tony leaving in season 13.

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After hearing Ziva had died in a mortar attack and that he had a daughter with her, Tony decided to give up his job at NCIS.

Tony left with daughter Tali to start a new life in Paris, away from the dangers of working as an agent.

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What is NCIS actor Michael Weatherly's net worth?

While most viewers will just associate Weatherly with NCIS, his career actually started several years prior in the 1990s.

His first television appearance was in The Cosby Show as Theo's roommate in 1991.

The following year, Weatherly got himself a reoccurring role as Cooper Alden in series Loving.

He had several smaller parts until getting his next big break in 1998 with Significant Others as Ben Chasen.

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