Christian Kane Bio, Age, Wife, Movies, Net Worth, and TV Shows

Christian Kane Biography

Christian Kane is an American actor and singer-songwriter well known for his roles in the television shows Angel, Leverage, The Librarians, and Into the West. He has made film appearances in the movies Just Married, Taxi, and Secondhand Lions.

Kane began his career being featured as one of the leads in MGM’s TV arrangement Fame L.A  in 1997. He was featured in playing a national vocalist who moved to Los Angeles from Kansas. His appearances on the extra-large screen incorporate the Twentieth Century Fox film Just Married and New Line Cinema’s Secondhand Lions. He also got featured in Taxi, Life or Something Like It, the Peter Berg-coordinated Friday Night Lights, and the Warner Bros. baseball film Summer Catch.

Kane appeared on the TNT TV arrangement Leverage from 2008 to 2012. He played the roles of  Eliot Spencer, The Librarians season 2, and dark operations fighter who collaborated with four different masters to fix the treacheries executed upon the powerless. He as well got showed up as T. Maxwell, on TNT’s King and Maxwell in 2012. He also got featured a second time amid Romijn in the TNT TV arrangement The Librarians, in light of The Librarian motion picture.

Christian Kane Age

Kane is 51 years old as of 2023 having been born on the 27th of June 1972 in Dallas, Texas in the United States. He is 50 years old as of 2022. He shares his birthday with other famous people such as Khloé Kardashian, Madison Haschak, Tobey Maguire, Drake Bell, and Andrea Russett, among others.

Christian Kane Height

Kane stands at a height of 1.74 meters.

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Christian Kane Family

Kane claims to be born of Cherokee Native American ancestry and has no documented information about his family background, He took part in and met at the rodeo. His family later relocated to the South and the Midwest because his father was in the oil business, and they finally settled in Norman, Oklahoma.

Kane’s father is called Billy Michael and his mother is Pamela Ann, most people call them Mike and Pam.

Christian Kane Sister

Kane has a younger sister, Jennifer Le Ann.

Christian Kane Wife

Christian has been in more than one relationship. He dated Sofia Pernas from 2011 to 2013, he later Whitney Duncan from 2006 to 2007 and He was also in a relationship with Linda Brava from 1997 – 1998.

Christian Kane Education

He was enrolled at the University of Oklahoma where he studied art history, He later decided to be an actor and headed to Los Angeles before finishing the degree.

Christian Kane Music

He later met  Steve Carlson in 1997 who had assumed control over his old employment. They began composing tunes together, and in 1998 framed the Southern rock band Kane. They have visited the U.S., and additionally England and Germany. The band has self-discharged two collections, their self-titled presentation, Kane, in 2000, and a recording of a live acoustic set, Acoustic Live in London! in 2004.

He is also signed to a songwriting deal with EMI Music Publishing and writes much of his own material. Country singer Trace Adkins released a song written by Kane called “Happy Man” on his 2010 album, Cowboy’s Back in Town.

His co-writing efforts include songs written with Blair Daly, Brett James, David Lee Murphy, Casey Beathard, and Jerrod Niemann. “Thinking of You”, a song he co-wrote with Blair Daly, featured in episode 3X06, “The Studio Job”, of Leverage.

Christian Kane House Rules

The band’s label debut, The House Rules was released on December 7, 2010. The House Rules debuted at no. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers album chart and no. 25 on the Country Albums chart. The House Rules was produced by Bob Ezrin and Jimmie Lee Sloas.

The first single from the album, also titled “The House Rules”, debuted at no. 54 on the Billboard Country Songs chart. It was also the seventh-most added song on Mediabase Country stations on its official impact date. Its video was directed by Timothy Hutton and premiered on CMT’s Big New Music Weekend on October 1, 2010. It was also featured in the video game NASCAR 09. Its second single, “Let Me Go”, was released on July 11, 2011.

The video for Let Me Go was directed by Roman White and it premiered on CMT on August 8, 2011. It reached no. 1 on their Today’s Top Videos chart.

Christian Kane Angel

Christian was featured as the morally ambiguous lawyer Lindsey McDonald on the show Angel and as lead singer for the band KANE. He appeared as a recurring character in three of the five seasons.

Christian Kane Leverage

He was featured as Eliot Spencer in (Leverage) as a United States Black Ops soldier turned retrieval specialist who is now the protector of the Leverage team. A man of many talents, little is known about his past aside from his connections to the US military. His character serves as a gallowglass, an elite warrior who protects and aids an aristocratic leader, such as Nate. Eliot’s role on the team is to protect the individual members, and particularly, to get them out of trouble faster than they get into it. Many of his adversaries underestimate him, as Sterling discovers in The Zanzibar Marketplace Job.

Christian Kane’s Net Worth

Christian is said to have made a massive amount of money working on several TV shows and movies. He earned a lot as a musician. He has a net worth of $4 million.

Christian Kane Movies

  • 1999 – EDtv
  • 2000 – The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy
  • 2000 – Love Song
  • 2001 – Crossfire Trail
  • 2001 – Summer Catch
  • 2002 – Life or Something Like It
  • 2003 – Just Married
  • 2003 – Secondhand Lions
  • 2004 – The Plight of Clownana
    Taxi
    Friday Night Lights
  • 2005 – Her Minor Thing
  • 2005 – Keep Your Distance
  • 2006 – Four Sheets to the Wind
  • 2008 – Hide
  • 2009 – The Donner Party
  • 2009 – Not Since You
  • 2011 – Good Day for It
  • 2011 – Universal Squadrons
  • 2014 – 50 to 1
  • 2014 – All-Stars
  • 2017 – Terror of Hallows Eve
    Tinker
    The Christmas Trade

Christian Kane TV Shows

  • 1997–1998 – Fame L.A.
  • 1999 – Rescue 77
  • 1999–2004 – Angel
  • 2001 – Dawson’s Creek
  • 2003 – The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron
  • 2004 – Las Vegas
  • 2005 – Into the West
  • 2005–2006 – Close to Home Jack Chase
  • 2008–2012 – Leverage
  • 2013 – King & Maxwell
  • 2014–2018 – The Librarians
  • 2016 – Heaven Sent
  • 2018 – S.W.A.T.