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How Rich Is James Tupper? Net Worth, Career, Salary

James Tupper

James Tupper has asserted that Anne Heche delegated jurisdiction over her inheritance to him rather than her eldest son, Homer Laffoon. According to the court papers obtained by Page Six, Heche sent a copy of her will to Tupper and two other persons in January 2011. Tupper claims that Heche appointed him as executor of her will so that he could fulfill her financial objectives. Heche said in her will:

“My desires are that all of my assets be transferred to Mr. James Tupper’s management and utilized to nurture my children before being delivered to the children.”

Tupper further argued that Laffoon would be unable to manage his mother’s inheritance since he is just 20 years old, jobless, and estranged from Heche at the time of her death. According to the complaint, Laffoon changed the locks on his mother’s apartment, where she used to live with Atlas, and his younger brother was unable to access the contents. Atlas and Laffoon have not spoken with each other since Heche’s death, according to James. Meanwhile, neither Laffoon nor Tupper’s representatives have reacted.

James Tupper’s net worth

James Tupper is a well-known actor who has been in programs such as Men in Trees, Mercy, Revenge, Aftermath, and Big Little Lies. He has also had significant parts in a number of films. The 57-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $4 million by CelebrityNetWorth. Although precise information on his assets is not accessible, he has amassed a substantial fortune over the course of his successful career in the entertainment sector.

James Tupper

Career

Tupper began his career in off-Broadway productions such as An Actor Prepares and After the Rain. In 2005, he co-wrote and performed in the indie film Loudmouth Soup. In 2006, he portrayed Jack Slattery on the ABC sitcom Men in Trees and Dr. Chris Sands on the NBC medical drama Mercy. He rose to prominence for his portrayal of Dr. Andrew Parkins, a trauma psychotherapist, in seven episodes of Grey’s Anatomy. In 2011, he starred in the ABC drama Revenge as David Clarke, a recurrent character for the first three seasons. After the last episode of Season 3 revealed that the character is still alive, he became a regular in Season 4.

James Tupper

Aftermath, a Space and Syfy drama series, starred James Tupper. In the episode, the late actress and his former lover Anne Heche portrayed his wife. He was also a co-producer on the program, which ran for a single season of 13 episodes from September to December 2016. Tupper and Heche met on the set of Men in Trees in 2007, and their son was born in March 2009. They did, however, divorce in January 2018. Tupper previously married Kate Mayfield, with whom he divorced in November 2006.