Scott Caan - Famous Photographer

Scott Caan Net Worth


Famous actor Scott Caan has a net worth of $16 million due to his successful career in the entertainment industry. Caan is best recognized for his work on the popular television series ‘Hawaii Five-‘ and HBO’s ‘Entourage.’

Key facts:

  • Scott Caan, an accomplished actor, writer, and director, is best known for his role as Detective Sergeant Danny 'Danno' Williams on CBS's 'Hawaii Five-.'
  • Caan began his showbiz career in the entertainment industry as a roadie for hip hop groups House of Pain and Cypress Hill, before partnering with Daniel Alan Maman to form the group Whooliganz.
  • Caan has been a part of numerous films including 'Oceans' trilogy, 'Gone in 60 seconds,' 'American Outlaws,' and more.
  • After appearing in two television pilots that were unfortunately not sold, Caan eventually landed the main role of Detective Sergeant Danny 'Danno' Williams on CBS's reboot of the police procedural television series 'Hawaii Five-.'
  • Aside from acting and directing, Scott Caan is also an established photographer who took the cover photos for some of the Whooliganz’s first studio recordings.

Basic Information About Scott Caan

Full NameScott Andrew Caan
CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Screenwriter, Photographer, Musician, Film director
Net worth$16,000,000
Date of birth1976-08-23 (47 years old)
Place of birthLos Angeles
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksShort stature
Arrogant, volatile and cocky characters
Blond hair he always wears slicked back
FatherJames Caan
MotherSheila Caan
SiblingsJacob Nicholas Caan, James Arthur Caan, Tara A. Caan, Alexander James Caan
KidsJosie James Caan
Height5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Instagram β†—οΈŽ Imdb

What Movie Awards did Scott Caan win?


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Scott Caan awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
MTV Movie Award - Best On-Screen TeamNomineeOcean's Eleven2002
PFCS Award - Best Acting EnsembleNomineeOcean's Eleven2002
Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TelevisionNomineeHawaii Five-02011
TV Guide Award - Favorite BromanceWinnerHawaii Five-02013

Scott Caan roles

Movie / Series Role
Gone in Sixty SecondsTumbler
Ocean's ThirteenTurk Malloy
Ocean's TwelveTurk Malloy
Ocean's ElevenTurk Malloy
Into the BlueBryce
Enemy of the StateJones
Varsity BluesTweeter
Boiler RoomRichie O'Flaherty
Deep in the ValleyRod Cannon
Friends with MoneyMike
American OutlawsCole Younger
Lonely HeartsDet. Reilly
Rock the KasbahJake
Meet DaveDooley
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres ShowSelf 1 episode, 2012
EntourageScott Lavin 19 episodes, 2009-2011
The TalkSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2014
NCIS: Los AngelesDanny Williams 1 episode, 2012
Hawaii Five-0Danny Williams / ... 240 episodes, 2010-2020
Vice PrincipalsSweat Dogs Trainer 1 episode, 2017
Chelsea LatelySelf - Guest 1 episode, 2013
Late Night with Jimmy FallonSelf 1 episode, 2010

Scott Caan's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
Hawaii Five-0Β (2010)$200,000 per episode (season 8)

Scott Caan's Quotes

  • [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.
  • 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.
  • 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.'
  • 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.'
  • 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.

Scott Caan's photos

Interesting Facts about Scott Caan

  1. His mother is Sheila Ryan.
  2. Son of actor James Caan.
  3. 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.
  4. Nephew of producer Ronnie Caan.
  5. 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.
  6. Interviewed with his father, James Caan, on Playboy T.V. back in 1988.
  7. Attended Beverly Hills High School at the same time as Angelina Jolie, whom he later appeared alongside in Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000).
  8. Was considered for the role of "Derek" in Hero Wanted (2008).
  9. Has an older half-sister named Tara Caan.
  10. Has 3 younger half-brothers named Alexander James Caan (b. 1991), Jacob Nicholas Caan (b. 1995) and James Arthur Caan (b. 1998).
  11. Studied acting in Playhouse West in Los Angeles.
  12. 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.
  13. His paternal grandparents, Arthur Caan and Sophie (Falkenstein), were German Jewish immigrants.
  14. 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.
  15. Scott is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
  16. First child, daughter Josie James Caan born on July 9, 2014. Scott's girlfriend Kacy Byxbee is the baby's mother.
  17. Is one day older than his Hawaii Five-0 co-star Alex O'Laughlin, who was born on August 24th 1976.

Additional information of Scott Caan

Lucky Number9
Lucky StoneSapphire
Lucky ColorGreen
Best Match for MarriageTaurus, Capricorn
Eye ColorGrey
Hair ColorBrown

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