Miguel Ferrer

Inside Biography

Early Life

Miguel Ferrer was born on February 7, 1955, and his birthplace is Santa Monica, California, United States. Miguel was born as the son of mother Rosemary Clooney and Jose Ferrer.

His father was an Academy Award winner actor, and her mother was a singer. Miguel was raised in California along with his siblings and parents. Miguel's nationality is American. Miguel belongs to Puerto Rican, German, Irish, German and English descent and his ethnicity is white.

Miguel was born as the oldest of his parent's five children, and his siblings are Maria, Monsita, Gabriel and Rafael.


Miguel Ferrer made his acting career debut from an American crime drama television series Magnum, P.I. Later in 1990, Miguel was featured in TV miniseries Drug Wars: The Camarena Story as Tony Riva.

Miguel made his acting presence in an American sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun in 2000. As Danny Ocean, he was featured in an American stop-motion sketch comedy television series Robot Chicken in 2006.

Miguel Ferrer made his movie debut from 1983 American 3-D comedy film The Man Who Wasn't There. In 1984 Miguel made his appearance in American science fiction film Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and American comedy film Lovelines.

In 1993 Miguel was featured in several movies including The Harvest as Charlie Pope, Point of No Return as Director Kaufman, Hot Shots! Part Deux as Commander Harbinger and It's All True: Based on an Unfinished Film by Orson Welles as Narrator

Miguel's other major TV roles include The Batman (2007), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2008), ThunderCats (2011), Desperate Housewives (2011), NCIS: Los Angeles (2012- present).    

 Miguel's latest super hit movie was released in 2013 where he was featured as Vice President Rodriguez in an American superhero film Iron Man 3 alongside Stephanie Szostak.

Personal Life

Miguel Ferrer's current relational status is married, and he has been married twice in his life. Miguel's sexual orientation is straight, and he has a charming personality.

Miguel Ferrer was married for the first time to an American actress Leilani Sarelle. Miguel was married to Sarelle in 1991. And they remained in a relationship for about twelve years.

And the couple had a divorce after his wife filed for divorce in 2003. Miguel was married to film producer Lori Weintraub for the second time in 2005.

In the past, he was also romantically linked with actress and model Sophia Bowen. Miguel has three sons and their names are Lukas Ferrer, Jose Robert Dornan, and Rafael Ferrer. Ferrer currently lives in Santa Monica along with his wife and children. 

Net Worth and Social Involvements

Miguel Ferrer's has maintained a net worth of around two million dollars. Miguel has also been active in several social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 

by ab-utshav, 15 Jun, 2016

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