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Scott Andrew Caan was born on 23rd August 23 1976, in Los Angeles, California USA, the son of noted actor James Caan. Scott is an actor who became known for his role in the television series “Hawaii Five-0”. Besides being an actor, he is also a director and a writer.

So just how rich is Scott Caan? Sources estimate the actor’s net worth is $16 million. Most of Caan’s earnings come from television and the movie industry, but additionally the actor has been involved in theatre projects, writing and directing several plays. Caan is also a talented photographer, his first collection of photographs being published in 2009.

Scott Caan Net Worth $16 Million

As a child, Scott Caan dedicated his time to sports. He also had a passion for hip-hop and at the beginning of the ‘90s he formed the group The Whooliganz, together with his friend ‘the Alchemist’. The band succeeded in signing a contract with Tommy Boy Records and even released an album called “Make Way for the W.” This was a modest start to his net worth.

In 1995, Scott Caan started his acting career, with roles in the independent films “A Boy Called Hate” and “Star Struck”. While studying acting at Playhouse West in Los Angeles, he continued to make appearances in small films, then in 1998, he was cast in his first major film,” Enemy of the State”, soon followed by appearances in “Varsity Blues”, “Boiler Room”, and “Gone in Sixty Seconds”. His net worth was rising.

On television, Scott Caan appeared as a recurring character in the HBO’s series “Entourage”, as manager Scott Lavin. From 2010, he has been a main cast member in the television series “Hawaii Five-0”, by CBS, with the series being on screen for six seasons until now and from which, according to the media, Caan is one of the top television earners, making $80,000 an episode for his role as Detective Danny “Danno” Williams, obviously a significant contribution to his net worth.

Additionally, Scott Caan wrote, directed and starred in the films “Dallas 362”, released in 2003 and for which he won the Critics’ Choice Award at CineVegas International Film Festival. “The Dog Problem”, released in 2006 was his too, and he also wrote and produced “Mercy”, in 2009.

In theatre, Caan wrote and directed the play “Almost Love”, at Los Angeles’ Playhouse West. His other theatre projects include the script for “Chasing the Party”, set up at Jerry Bruckheimer Productions, and screenplays for the dramas “The Fight” and “Lowest Common Denominator”. All have contributed to his net worth.

Aside from entertainment, in 2009 Scott Caan published the book “Scott Caan Photographs, Vol. 1”, a collection of his best photographs. As he still has a passion for sports, the actor is also a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Caan has also been working as a volunteer for Surfers Healing, an organization meant to help children with autism, and volunteers for the similar groups A Walk on Water, Life Rolls On and TheraSURF.

In his personal life, Scott Caan has a relationship with Kacy Byxbee; the couple have a daughter and live in Los Angeles. Although there is no public information about his estates, it seems he owns a 2,794 square feet house, estimated to be valued at $2 million.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Untogether 2017 filming Ellis
Two for One 2016/I post-production Alexander Clarke
Hawaii Five-0 2010-2016 TV Series Danny Williams
Rock the Kasbah 2015 Jake
3 Geezers! 2013 Scott
NCIS: Los Angeles 2012 TV Series Danny Williams
Entourage 2009-2011 TV Series Scott Lavin
A Beginner's Guide to Endings 2010 Cal White
Deep in the Valley 2009/II Rod Cannon
Mercy 2009/I Johnny Ryan
Cop House 2009 TV Movie Brian Ford
Meet Dave 2008 Dooley
Stories USA 2007 Hayden Field (segment "Life Makes Sense If You're Famous")
Ocean's Thirteen 2007 Turk Malloy
Brooklyn Rules 2007 Carmine Mancuso
The Dog Problem 2006 Casper
Jump 2006 TV Movie Dick Davis
The Danny Comden Project 2006 TV Movie Dick
Lonely Hearts 2006 Det. Reilly
Friends with Money 2006 Mike
Into the Blue 2005 Bryce
Ocean's Twelve 2004 Turk Malloy
In Enemy Hands 2004 Lt. Cmdr. Randall Sullivan
Essentially Naked 2003 Video short Sean Dawkins (segment "We're Not Gonna Take It")
Dallas 362 2003 Dallas
Life Makes Sense If You're Famous 2002 Short Hayden Field
Sonny 2002 Jesse
You Always Stalk the Ones You Love 2002 Scott
Ocean's Eleven 2001 Turk Malloy
Novocaine 2001 Duane
American Outlaws 2001 Cole Younger
Gone in Sixty Seconds 2000 Tumbler
Ready to Rumble 2000 Sean Dawkins
Boiler Room 2000 Richie O'Flaherty
Black & White 1999/I Scotty
Speed of Life 1999 Drew
Varsity Blues 1999 Tweeter
Wild Horses 1998
Enemy of the State 1998 Jones
Bongwater 1998 Bobby
Nowhere to Go 1998 Romeo
Nowhere 1997 Ducky
Last Resort 1996 Strut
Star Struck 1996 Sean
A Boy Called Hate 1995 Steve / Hate

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mercy 2009/I written by
The Dog Problem 2006
Dallas 362 2003 writer

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Dog Problem 2006
Dallas 362 2003

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mercy 2009/I producer

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Scratch 2001 Documentary writer: "Put Your Handz Up QD III Remix Instrumental"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Entertainment Tonight 2010-2014 TV Series Himself / Himself - Hawaii Five-0
The Talk 2014 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Queen Latifah Show 2014 TV Series Himself
Chelsea Lately 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 3: Surf and Turf 2012 Video short Himself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2012 TV Series Himself
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards 2011 TV Special Himself - Presenter: Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2011 TV Special Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Aloha Action! 2011 Video short Himself
Legacy 2011 Video short Himself
Picture Perfect: The Making of the Pilot 2011 Video short Himself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2010 TV Series Himself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2010 TV Series Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 2010 TV Series Himself
HBO First Look 2001-2007 TV Series documentary Himself
The Making of 'Friends with Money' 2006 Video documentary
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2004-2005 TV Series Himself
Into the Blue: Diving Deeper Into the Blue 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Gone in 60 Seconds: Stars on the Move 2000 Video short Himself
Gomorron 2000 TV Series Himself - Om Filmen
Hollywood: Wild in the Streets 1999 Video documentary Himself - Party footage
Ciné regards 1981 TV Series documentary Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gomorron 2002 TV Series Himself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 TV Guide Award TV Guide Awards Favorite Bromance Hawaii Five-0 (2010) · Alex O'Loughlin
2003 Critics Award CineVegas International Film Festival Dallas 362 (2003)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actor: Action Hawaii Five-0 (2010)
2011 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television Hawaii Five-0 (2010)
2007 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Chemistry Ocean's Thirteen (2007) · George Clooney
· Casey Affleck
· Don Cheadle
· Matt Damon
· Elliott Gould
· Eddie Jemison
· Bernie Mac
· Brad Pitt
· Shaobo Qin
· Carl Reiner
· Eddie Izzard
· Andy Garcia
2002 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Team Ocean's Eleven (2001) · Casey Affleck
· Don Cheadle
· George Clooney
· Matt Damon
· Elliott Gould
· Eddie Jemison
· Bernie Mac
· Brad Pitt
· Shaobo Qin
· Carl Reiner
2002 PFCS Award Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Acting Ensemble Ocean's Eleven (2001) · Casey Affleck
· George Clooney
· Matt Damon
· Andy Garcia
· Elliott Gould
· Bernie Mac
· Brad Pitt
· Carl Reiner
· Julia Roberts
1998 Critics Award CineVegas International Film Festival Last Resort (1996) · Harvey Silver (actor)


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#Fact
1 First child, daughter Josie James Caan born on July 9, 2014. Scott's girlfriend Kacy Byxbee is the baby's mother.
2 Scott is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
3 Is an avid photographer, ever since cinematographer Phil Parmet (with whom Caan worked on his directing debut Dallas 362 (2003)) introduced him to the techniques of the profession. Subsequently, Scott's father, James Caan, gave him a Nikon FE, which was given to James by Francis Ford Coppola, as a birthday gift. Scott has been taking pictures ever since.
4 His paternal grandparents, Arthur Caan and Sophie (Falkenstein), were German Jewish immigrants.
5 Him and The Alchemist, when performing as the rap duo "The Whooliganz" in the early '90s, actually landed a record deal with Tommy Boy records. They recorded the album "Make Way for the W.", but after their first single "Put Your Handz Up" turned out to be a failure, the album was shelved and the duo was dropped by Tommy Boy. In 1995, "The Whooliganz"'s song "Whooliganz" was released as a single in the UK, but Caan and The Alchemist had already parted ways.
6 Studied acting in Playhouse West in Los Angeles.
7 Has 3 younger half-brothers named Alexander James Caan (b. 1991), Jacob Nicholas Caan (b. 1995) and James Arthur Caan (b. 1998).
8 Has an older half-sister named Tara Caan.
9 Was considered for the role of "Derek" in Hero Wanted (2008).
10 Attended Beverly Hills High School at the same time as Angelina Jolie, whom he later appeared alongside in Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000).
11 Interviewed with his father, James Caan, on Playboy T.V. back in 1988.
12 Formed a rap duo called "The Whooliganz" as a teenager. They had one single in 1993 called "Put Your Handz Up". His rap alias was "Mad Skillz". His rapping partner was The Alchemist, who is now a top hip-hop producer.
13 Nephew of producer Ronnie Caan.
14 Stars in Nicolas Cage's directorial debut, Sonny (2002) - "Sonny" was the name of Scott"s father's (James Caan) character in The Godfather (1972), which is incidentally directed by Nicolas Cage's uncle, Francis Ford Coppola.
15 Son of actor James Caan.
16 His mother is Sheila Ryan.

#Quote
1 When I was 17 years old, I was in the music business. I was out on the 1993 Soul Assassins Tour and there was this director named Mitch Marcus who had heard about me, so he came and saw the show. He thought I'd be right for a part in his movie. He said, 'Do you want to come and audition for this movie?' I said, 'No, that's not my thing.' Then I read the script. It was about this 17-year-old punk kid that gets out of juvenile hall and rides his motorcycle and carries a gun. Then I was like, 'Okay. I'll come in and audition.' I ended up getting the part. It was a movie called A Boy Called Hate. It's not the greatest movie ever made, but once I got on that movie set, I was like, 'Okay, this is what I'm going to do for the rest of my life.' I was going to be a grip or an actor or writer or whatever I had to do to be on a movie set. Then I went straight to a theater school and studied for the next ten years. I started studying at Playhouse West in the Valley when I was 17 years old. I started writing and directing plays. That's been my center for acting for the last fifteen years.
2 (2001) I'll go do anybody's movie if I find something I like in it, I'll say, 'Let's go do it.' Good, bad mediocre or whatever it is, if a director wants me in his movie, I take it as a compliment. And at the end of the day, if the movie's no good, I'll live to fight another day.
3 (2001) If you love acting and you've ever experienced theater, then you know that in a movie it's almost impossible to live out that experience, unless you're a Pacino or a De Niro or somebody who gets to pick their parts. It's very rare that you get a part that at the end of the day you feel like you've really lived it out, and for me going back and doing theater is where I get to do that. I realized that over the past couple of years, and I hope to God I never lose that, and I never rest on my laurels
4 The reason I started writing movies was because I kept getting parts that I just kind of stepped into. I didn't have to do a lot of work and I ended up getting sort of bored. When I first started acting, all I did was work on plays and spend a lot of hours in the theater. I was immersing myself in what I was doing. I wanted to be the best at it. I was like, 'I'm going to do this and be the best actor in the world.' Then I got into the movie business and maybe once every three years, I'd get a part that I could actually sink my teeth into. The reason I started writing was because I didn't always get those parts. I figured I could write myself plays and perform things that I felt strongly about. That set me off on writing and directing. I ended up thinking, 'I can do this too.' I got really passionate about writing and directing. And now that I'm in my early 30s, I'm getting parts that I can really sink my teeth into it. Now I can go back to what really got me into acting, when it was something that I was super passionate about.
5 My old man was very strict about if you were going to do something, be good at it. Be the best at it or don't do it. Anyone can work hard and have God-given talent, but it's a shame when people have it and don't use it. You have to use all aspects of it. You have to be good at it and work harder than the next man. He always instilled that in me. Even when I was a kid, he'd say, 'If you're going to do something, do it right, do it hard and be passionate about it. Do it good or don't do it all, because there is always someone else that wants to play harder than you.'
6 My dad didn't work on a lot on movies when I was growing up. He stopped working for fifteen years. From the time I was five until I was fifteen, I didn't know who he was as an actor. He was just my dad. He wasn't off on movie sets when I was a kid. He hung out with me. He was also a rebellious guy. His whole life had a lot of ups and downs. To answer your question, yeah, he was the shit; but to me, he was just my dad. I didn't know him as James Caan, the big movie actor. As a kid, I never got to see any of his movies because they were all rated R. I didn't see The Godfather until I was 11 years old. When they shot him, I was like, 'This sucks.' It was fucked up. It was weird. I turned it off. It bummed me out. Now I look back and watch his movies and I'm like, 'Damn. He was the shit.'
7 When I was a kid, I was always an athlete. I played a lot of sports. I played football, basketball, baseball and soccer. My dad was super into athletics, so that's what I did as a kid. I played sports. When I was 11 or 12, I stopped wanting to play football, basketball and baseball and I started smoking weed and hanging out with the 'bad kids'. I wanted to do anything that was rebellious. My old man hated skateboarding and surfing. He was a team sports player. The individuality of it is what drew me to skating and surfing. It was a 'Fuck you!' at the time. I know that skateboarding and surfing have been around a long time, but it wasn't like it is now. Surfing now is like a high school sport. Everyone surfs and everyone skateboards. Back then, if you skated, you were definitely one of the bad kids. If you surfed, you were a stoner, so you were one of the bad kids. At the time, I wanted to be like that. I wanted to be rebellious. I didn't want to fit in. I wanted to be a punk. When we'd go off and skate or surf, we were doing our own thing. There was nobody standing over our backs, watching us. There was no one judging us. It was just about one-upping each other all the time.
8 [on acting in the moment] I think all the greats really did that. If you watch Brando, if you watch McQueen, every scene you could see that they were doing something and that's why it seemed so human and so real as opposed to actors trying to find an emotion or play that emotion when the cameras are up and the lights are on it's hard to settle in and have a real moment. I think the only real way to do it is to have an objective for what you're doing in the scene.

#Trademark
1 Blond hair he always wears slicked back
2 Arrogant, volatile and cocky characters
3 Short stature

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