DJ Qualls Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

DJ Qualls net worth is
$5 Million

DJ Qualls Wiki Biography

Donald Joseph Qualls is a Nashville, Tennessee-born American actor, a film producer as well as a model. “DJ Qualls” was born on June 10, 1972, and is best known for his performances in movies like “Road Trip”, “Hustle & Flow” and many more. A prominent face in the entertainment industry of America, DJ Qualls has been active in the field since 1995.

A popular name on television as well as in movies, how rich is DJ Qualls at this time? As of 2015, Qualls counts his wealth at an amount estimated by sources of over $5 million, the major source of income being his acting career, but additionally earning significantly from being a producer, while his modelling career has also helped him add to his net worth.

DJ Qualls Net Worth $5 Million

Qualls was raised in Manchester, Tennessee, at the age of 14 being diagnosed with “Hodgkin’s Lymphoma”. After two years of intensive treatment, he was able to survive it as the cancer was in remission. Later, Qualls went on to London and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature from the University of London. Inclined towards acting, he went back to USA and started acting in local theatres, but at the time, his luck showed him the way towards modelling as he was discovered by photographer David LaChappelle.

Being a model, Qualls worked for many reputable brands including Prada. He found exposure and popularity being a top notch model, but again he discovered another track, back to acting where he found his real passion. Qualls stepped into the movie industry when he appeared in the movie “Road Trip” in 2000. Even though the movie was not critically acclaimed, it was a huge commercial success as it grossed around $120 million, with the budget being only $19 million. Before this movie, Qualls had appeared in some television shows, but this movie opened the door to his acting career. Since then, he has appeared in a number of films such as “Cherry Falls”, “Big Trouble”, “Road Trip: Beer Pong”, “Last Day of Summer” and many more. To date, he has been involved in a total of nineteen Hollywood movies.

Along with movies, Qualls has shown his skillful acting in several television shows, with roles in the main casts of shows like “Memphis Beat”, “Legit” and others, Apart from that, he has also made appearances in other popular television shows such as “Monk”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “The Big Bang Theory”, “Criminal Minds” and many more. Most recently he has been prominent on television with his role of “Citizen Z” in the series “Z Nation”.

DJ is also the model in Simple Plan’s music video for the song “I’m Just a Kid”. All of these movies and television shows have been very crucial towards amassing an impressive amount of net worth for DJ Qualls.

A skilled and passionate actor, Qualls personal life is generally private, with his only know girlfriend having been Nikki Read. He is mostly noted for his atypical and boyish look, and for now he is an eligible bachelor of Hollywood.

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Full Name DJ Qualls
Net Worth $5 Million
Date Of Birth June 10, 1978
Place Of Birth Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Height 6 ft (1.85 m)
Weight 64 KG
Profession Actor, Model, Comedian, Film Producer
Education Belmont University, University of London
Nationality United States of America
Parents Connie Qualls, Debbie Qualls
Nicknames Donald Joseph Qualls , Deej , DJ , Donald Joseph “DJ” Qualls , D.J. Qualls
Music Groups Wild Colonials, Big Bam Boo
Nominations Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
Movies The New Guy, Road Trip, Hustle & Flow, Delta Farce, All About Steve, The Core, Lone Star State of Mind, Big Trouble, I’m Reed Fish, Chasing Holden, Road Trip: Beer Pong, Comic Book Villains, Circle of Eight, Last Day of Summer, Small Apartments, Familiar Strangers, Little Athens, November Rule, Pawn…
TV Shows Legit, Memphis Beat, The Man in the High Castle
# Trademark
1 Extremely thin frame
# Quote
1 If there is any sense of order to the universe, acting is what I am meant to do. I’m not manufactured. I know acting isn’t real, that it’s temporary. If there is any theme to the roles I play, it is emotional vulnerability and availability.
2 That’s what so great about making movies. It’s that you get to do stuff you never would be able to do in real life. You get to go to a recording studio, you get to go to Navy ships and fly all over the world for press. And it’s just a great job.
3 A film has a beginning, middle, and an end. There is a certain amount of time that you have to embody these people. You know the entire story arch. But on TV, you have to let your guard down. You don’t know how long the show is going to last. There is this excitement that comes with developing a character long-term.
4 I always wanted to be an actor. It’s something I always secretly wanted. You know, I had the experience of being picked on as a child ,and I would tell people, ‘You’re gonna be sorry when I’m famous!’ And then I learned after they kicked the stuffing out me that you don’t say that out loud.
5 I grew up in a rural area. I grew up in deep southern middle Tennessee, probably about thirty miles from the Alabama border. There’s nothing there, really. And the TV was my link to the outside world. It’s what kept me from going into factory employment. It’s what made me want to go to college. It was really inspiring.
6 I grew up in a town with no movie theater. TV was my only link to the outside world. Film wasn’t such a big deal to me. It was TV. So much so, that when I meet TV stars now… Not my co-workers, but real TV stars, I get nervous. I freak out around them.
7 I have been to Graceland a hundred times. Every kid in middle Tennessee has this night where it hits midnight, and they are like, ‘Let’s go to Graceland!’ It’s a rite of passage. I did it.
8 Celebrity is a gift. I’m very lucky.
9 I’ve lived so frugally for so long. I have to have that financial security or the world feels out of control for me.
10 My face is distinct. It’s hard to confuse me with anyone else.
11 The idea of sitting in a booth, and having someone pay me to sign autographs, seems so gross to me.
12 You know, so many people say TV makes you stupid. But it had the complete opposite effect on me. It kept me from having a really bad Southern accent.
# Fact
1 A high school picture of Qualls can be found in the band room at Coffee County Central High, where he attended and was a member of the band.
2 Attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
3 Is a former model for such designers as Calvin Klein and Prada.
4 Worked for a law office in Nashville.
5 Is a cancer survivor
6 Booked his first lead, Kyle, in Road Trip (2000), after auditioning for a one line part at an Atlanta casting office. The director invited him to meet Ivan Reitman in his Beverly Hills office, where he was cast.

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