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Jensen Ackles height is 6ft 0 (182.9cm),
Jensen Ackles was born in the United States on March 1, 1978. He is best known for playing Dean Winchester in the dark fantasy drama series Supernatural on The WB/CW from 2005 to 2020. He has also appeared in other television shows like NBC’s Days of Our Lives as Eric Brady (for which he received several nominations for Daytime Emmy Awards), Fox’s Dark Angel as the super soldiers Ben and Alec, The WB/Smallville CW’s as Jason Teague, and Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys as Ben.
In addition, he voiced Bruce Wayne/Batman in the animated version of Batman: The Long Halloween as well as Jason Todd in the animated feature Batman: Under the Red Hood. He also starred as the lead in the box-office hit My Bloody Valentine 3D.
Jensen Ross Ackles was born in Dallas, Texas. With his mother Donna, father Alan (also an actor), older brother Joshua, and younger sister Mackenzie, he grew up in Richardson, Texas. Jensen graduated from LV Berkner High School in 1996 after attending Dartmouth Elementary School, Apollo Junior High School, and LV Berkner.
In his early years, Ackles appeared in television advertisements for RadioShack, Nabisco, and Walmart. He started modeling at the age of 4. He played baseball and lacrosse and attended theatrical classes while a high school student.
Jensen made his television debut in 1995 on “Wishbone,” and then made guest appearances on “Cybill” and “Sweet Valley High” (1997). He had an appearance in eight episodes of the NBC sitcom “Mr. Rhodes” from 1996 to 1997. In 1997, he started as Eric Brady on “Days of Our Lives.”
Ackles worked on the program for three years until “TV Guide” named him one of the “12 Hottest New Stars” in 1998. He played actor Eddie G. Robinson in the 2001 TV drama “Blonde,” which is about Marilyn Monroe, after leaving “Days of Our Lives.”
He acted in the 2004 short film “The Plight of Clownana” and worked on the production as an executive producer and first assistant director. Ackles portrayed Jason Teague in the “Superman” prequel series “Smallville” from 2004 to 2005. His debut feature was 2005’s “Devour.”
On “Supernatural,” Jensen and Jared Padalecki portrayed the Winchester brothers, Dean and Sam, from 2005 until 2020. The CW acquired the series in 2006 after The WB went out of business. The show had previously broadcast on The WB. The Winchester brothers hunt and battle supernatural creatures on the show, which in 2011 broke the record for the longest-running live-action fantasy program in the United States.
Ackles also provided the voice of Dean Winchester on “Supernatural: The Animation,” which ran for 22 episodes in 2011. In total, the series aired 327 episodes over 15 seasons.
In addition to his role as Dean Winchester on “Supernatural,” Jensen has starred in the 2007 thriller “Ten Inch Hero,” the 2009 horror picture “My Bloody Valentine 3D,” and the 2019 comedy “Buddy Games.” Additionally, he provided the voices for the video games “Tron Evolution: Battle Grids,” “Tron: Evolution,” “The 3rd Birthday,” and “Life Weaver” (2012).
Ackles joined the cast of the Western movie “Rust” in October 2021 after being introduced as the Soldier Boy on the Amazon Prime Video series “The Boys” in the summer of 2020. The movie gained notoriety when, on October 21, 2021, cinematographer Halyna Hutchins passed away after being accidentally shot with a toy gun that had live ammo.
Jensen honored Hutchins on Instagram following her untimely passing by writing: “Earlier last week I felt compelled to tell Halyna just how awesome I thought she was. I told her how incredible I thought her camera shots were and just how exciting it was to watch her and her team work. Truly. She laughed and said thank you and gave me a hug. I’ll forever be thankful we had that moment. She had a spunk and passion that infected the entire crew from the top down.”
Jensen proposed to actress Danneel Harris in November 2009. On May 15, 2010, they got married. On May 30, 2013, they had a daughter, Justice, and on December 2, 2016, they had twins, Zeppelin and Arrow. From 2018 until 2020, Harris played the part of Sister Jo/Anael on “Supernatural,” and in 2020, the couple established Chaos Machine Productions as a production firm.
The Family Business Beer Company is owned by Jensen, Danneel, Harris’ parents, and Harris’ brother. The name of the brewery, which is near Dripping Springs, Texas, is a reference to the “slogan from Supernatural: “Saving people. Hunting things. the family business.”
Awards And Nominations
For “Days of Our Lives,” Ackles received three Daytime Emmy nominations in 1998, 1999, and 2000 for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.
He also earned the Outstanding Male Newcomer award from “Soap Opera Digest” in 1998. Seven times nominated for a People’s Choice Award for “Supernatural,” he has won the category twice: in 2014 for Favorite TV Bromance (shared with Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins), and in 2016 for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor.
He was also nominated for Favorite Dramatic TV Actor in 2013 and Favorite TV Duo (shared with Padalecki) in 2015. He also garnered nominations for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor in 2014, 2015, and 2017.
For “Supernatural,” Jensen won a Critics Choice Super Award for Best Actor in a Horror Series in 2021. He also won awards for the series, including a Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Chemistry (shared with Misha Collins, 2015), an SFX Award for Sexiest Man (2013), a “TV Guide” Award for Favorite Actor (2011), and a “TV Guide” Award for Sexiest Man. For “Supernatural,” he was nominated for four additional Teen Choice Awards, including TV – Choice Breakout Star in 2006 and Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi in 2012, 2013, and 2017.
For his work on “Days of Our Lives” (1999 and 2000), Ackles has also received two Online Film & Television Association Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor in a Daytime Serial, as well as a nomination for “Supernatural” (shared with Padalecki) for the Russian National Movie Award for Best Foreign Duo of the Year (2014).
Net Worth And Real Estate
American actor, director, producer, and singer-songwriter Jensen Ackles has a $14 million dollar fortune.
Jensen and Danneel received $6.5 million for their 5,940-square-foot Malibu residence in January 2015. They paid $4.8 million for the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house in December 2012, according to public records. They subsequently acquired a five-bedroom, 7,500-square-foot property in Austin, Texas, and engaged architect Paul Lamb to restore it.