Thomas Sadoski Biography
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Thomas Sadoski is and American actor who has been active in the industry since 1998 and has worked in more than 30 movies and series. He is very famous for his appearance in the HBO series The Newsroom as Don Keefe and in the sitcom television series Life in Pieces as Matt Short.
Short-Bio Of Thomas Sadoski
Thomas Sadoski was born on July 1, 1976, in New Haven, Connecticut, the U.S. under the birth sign Cancer. He is of American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. However, the information regarding his parents and siblings is missings.
While talking about education, he completed his graduation from the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.
The 44 years old Thomas is currently married to American actress and model Amanda Seyfried. They shared the wedding vows on March 12, 2017. While talking about their love story, they started dating in early 2016 and got engaged on September 12 of the same year.
Together the pair has shared a baby girl soon after their marriage on 24 March 2017. As of now the family of three is leading a happy life without any bad rumors.
Prior to this he was married to a casting director Kimberly Hope from 2007-2015.
His Career And Networth
Thomas Sadoski has a net worth of $4 million as of 2020 as per the celebrity networth. As an actor, since 1998 he might be getting paid more than the average salary which is around $56000.
While talking about his career in detail, he started his acting career in 1998 but he made his onscreen debut in 2000 from his appearance in the movie named Looser. In 2003 he was cast in a movie named Happy hour Scott. In the series, he has shared the screen with Anthony LaPaglia, Eric Stoltz, and Caoleen Feeny.
After this, he has worked in movie and TV series such as Law and order, Company K, As the world turns, Ugly Betty, Split, Take Care, BFF, Law, and Order: Special Victims Unit, The Newsroom, The Slap, The Games We Play, Life in Pieces, The Mimic, Tommy.
Also, he is set to appear in upcoming projects such as Killing Eleanor, The Last Weekend in May, Lemonade.