• Ian Colletti is an actor from Trenton, New Jersey with a net worth of over $500,000.
• He has a younger sister, Zoe Margaret Colletti, who is also an actress.
• His career began in 2004 and his breakthrough role was in the film "Jimmy" in 201•
• He is most well known for his role as Eugene 'Arseface' Root in "Preacher" (2016 • 2019).
• In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar, traveling, and his favorite color is red.
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- 1 Who is Ian Colletti?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Ian Colletti Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Famous Sister
- 4 The mid-2000s: Career Beginnings
- 5 The late 2000s: Film Debut
- 6 The early 2010s: His Breakthrough
- 7 The mid-2010s: “Rake” and Other Roles
- 8 Recent Years: “Preacher”
- 9 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 10 Personal Life, Hobbies, Favorites
- 11 General Info
- 12 Accomplishments
- 13 Social profile links
- 14 Pictures
- 15 Movies
Who is Ian Colletti?
Ian Colletti was born on 3 March 1997 under the sign of Pisces, in Trenton, New Jersey USA, and is a 22-year-old actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Jamie in “Phoebe In Wonderland”, playing the title role in “Jimmy”, and featuring as Eugene ‘Arseface’ Root in “Preacher”.
How rich is he, as of now? Ian Colletti Net Worth
Ian Colletti’s net worth is over $500,000, as of early 2020, earned as an actor since his career started in 2004, including guest-starring in a number of TV series and film titles.
He is one of the actors who are paid around $10,000 per series episode or film.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Famous Sister
Ian Colletti spent his early years in his hometown of Trenton, raised by his father, Christopher Colletti of Italian and Sicilian descent, and his mother Cheryl Colletti, of German and Dutch ancestry. He is American by nationality, and belongs to the Caucasian ethnic group.
Ian has a younger sister named Zoe Margaret Colletti, who is also an actress, known for the role of Benedetta Rohr in the Showtime crime drama series “City On A Hill”.
The mid-2000s: Career Beginnings
Ian Colletti made his debut television appearance in 2004, guest-starring as Joe’s friend in the episode “Blue’s Wishes” of the Nickelodeon children’s live-action/animated series “Blue’s Clues”.
Two years later, Ian guest-starred as Danny in the episode “Sting Like A Butterfly” of the TV drama series “Waterfront”, followed by another support role in the episode “The Blue Comet” of the HBO crime drama series “The Sopranos” in 2007.
The late 2000s: Film Debut
In 2008, Ian Colletti made his film debut landing the role of Jamie in Daniel Barnz’s drama “Phoebe In Wonderland”, along with Elle Fanning, Felicity Huffman and Patricia Clarkson, in the story of a girl who suffers from Tourette syndrome.
He then landed a small role of Caroline’s seven-year-old son in the 2008 romantic comedy “Baby Mama”, directed and written by Michael McCullers. After guest-starring as Patrick in the episode “That Crazy Bitch Was Right” of the NBC medical drama series “Mercy”, he played Danny O’Mazzi in Marilyn Agrelo’s comedy-drama film “An Invisible Sign”, next to Jessica Alba, Sônia Braga and Chris Messina; it’s based on Aimee Bender’s novel “An Invisible Sign Of My Own”, about a girl who devoted herself to mathematics to escape from reality after her father got sick.
The early 2010s: His Breakthrough
Ian’s first role in the next decade came in 2011, when he appeared as an orphan kid in the independent horror film “The Orphan Killer”, written and directed by Matt Farnsworth. His breakthrough came two years later with the fantasy drama film “Jimmy”, written and directed by Mark Freiburger, in which he portrayed Jimmy Mitchell, a 14-year-old boy who suffers from autism, and communicates with some supernatural beings, co-starring with Tom Levine, Patrick Fabian and Kelly Carlson.
The mid-2010s: “Rake” and Other Roles
In 2014, Ian Colletti was cast as Finn Deane in the Fox comedy-drama series “Rake”, an American adaptation of the Australian series of the same name, both created by Peter Duncan. Following the cancellation of the series Ian landed the role of Jesse in the independent drama film “Windsor”, directed by Porter Farrell, after which he guest-starred as Eric Butler in the episode “Backstabbers” of the CBS police procedural drama series “Blue Bloods”, and played Ty in Quinn Shephard’s short thriller drama film “Till Dark”, all in 2015.
— Ian Colletti (@IanColletti) September 30, 2019
Recent Years: “Preacher”
Ian attained enormous fame with the role of Eugene ‘Arseface’ Root in the supernatural series “Preacher”, created by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin, and aired on the AMC network from May 2016 to September 2019. The series is based on the “Preacher” comic book series by Steve Dillon and Garth Ennis. Concurrently, Ian featured as Myles Holt in Ted Geoghegan’s political action-horror film “Mohawk” in 2017.
Most recently, he made a guest-starring appearance as David Fleming in the episode “God Complex” of the NBC crime drama series “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector” (2020), which is based on Jeffery Deaver’s thriller novel “The Bone Collector”.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
The young actor has short light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.77m), while he weighs around 154lbs (70kgs).
Personal Life, Hobbies, Favorites
- Ian Colletti is unmarried, doesn’t have children, and is currently single.
- He divides his time between his residences in New Jersey and New York City.
- In his spare time, Ian enjoys playing the guitar.
- Ian also likes traveling, and his dream holiday destination is The Maldives.
- His favorite cuisine is Indian.
- His favorite color is red.
|Full Name||Ian Colletti|
|Movies||Windsor, Jimmy, An Invisible Sign, Baby Mama, Phoebe in Wonderland|
|TV Shows||Rake, Preacher|
|Blue Bloods||2015||TV Series||Eric Butler|
|Rake||2014||TV Series||Finn Deane|
|The Orphan Killer||2011||Orphan Kid - Basketball|
|An Invisible Sign||2010||Danny O'Mazzi|
|Baby Mama||2008||Caroline's 7-Year-Old|
|Phoebe in Wonderland||2008||Jamie|
|The Sopranos||2007||TV Series||Kid|
|Blue's Clues||2004||TV Series||Joe's friend|
|Talking Preacher||2016||TV Series||Himself - Guest / Himself|
|Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2015||2015||TV Special||Himself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia