Allan Hawco Net Worth

Allan Hawco Net Worth

Allan Hawco, a Canadian writer, actor, and producer from Bell Island, Newfoundland has a net worth of $10 million.

Allan Hawco Profile

Net Worth$10 million
NameAllan Hawco
GenderMale
BornJuly 28, 1977
Age46 years old (as of 2023)
Place of birthBell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
WifeCarolyn Stokes ​(m. 2012)
ProfessionActor, writer, producer
NationalityCanadian
ParentsMichael Hawco and Mary Hawco

Biography: Who is Allan Hawco?

Allan Hawco, a talented Canadian writer, actor, and producer who hails from Bell Island, Newfoundland, has earned recognition for his notable roles in various television series such as Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Republic of Doyle, The Book of Negroes, and the television limited series Caught.

Hawco, the youngest among his four siblings, was born and raised on Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador. During his early years, he moved to Goulds.

His father, Michael, worked on the Bell Island Ferry, while his mother, Mary, served as an elementary school teacher and had previously been a nun.

Hawco pursued a business degree at the Memorial University of Newfoundland but eventually decided to leave and follow his passion for acting at the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada.

In his family, he has a brother who is a composer and has contributed music to the Republic of Doyle.

Additionally, his father has also been involved in the show, and his mother has made appearances as a background performer.

Hawco, being the youngest of the four siblings, also has two older sisters.

During his involvement in the Republic of Doyle in 2012, Hawco married CBC anchor Carolyn Stokes.

Age: How old is Allan Hawco?

The Canadian actor was born on July 28, 1977, in Bell Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. However, Allan Hawco is 46 years old as of 2023.

Allan Hawco Wife

Is Allan Hawco married? Hawco marital status is married. He married CBC anchor Carolyn Stokes in 2012 in the midst of working on the Republic of Doyle.

Allan Hawco Career

Hawco’s first role was in Macbeth, a Shakespeare by the Sea production directed by Aiden Flynn.

Director Danielle Irvine then encouraged the young actor to audition for the National Theatre School, where he was one of 13 selected from thousands of applicants that year.

After graduating from the National Theatre School of Canada in 2000, Hawco worked in many major theatres across Canada.

In 2005, driven by the desire for greater creative control, he co-founded the Company Theatre with Philip Riccio.

Their inaugural production, A Whistle in the Dark, brought Hawco critical acclaim.

Their 2009 production of Festen earned him three Dora Awards, including Outstanding Production of a Play.

Hawco’s earlier movie roles included Canadian productions such as Making Love in Saint Pierre, Above and Beyond, and Love and Savagery, the latter of which garnered him an ACTRA nomination for Outstanding Male Performance.

His career skyrocketed with the launch of his own TV series, Republic of Doyle, which premiered in 2010.

Hawco served as co-creator, executive producer, lead actor, head writer, and showrunner for the series, which has been sold to over 90 countries and maintained a viewership of over a million per week on CBC television in Canada.

In 2010, Hawco received a nomination for the ACTRA Toronto award for Outstanding Performance – Male for his role in Love and Savagery.

He was also nominated that year for two Gemini Awards: Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role and Best Dramatic Series for his work as an actor, co-creator, writer, and executive producer of the Republic of Doyle.

In 2011, Hawco was honoured with the Gascon-Thomas Award from the National Theatre School.

The same year, he received the Canadian Film and Television Hall of Fame’s Outstanding Achievement Award.

In 2016, Hawco’s production company in Newfoundland produced the Netflix original series Frontier, starring Jason Momoa.

Hawco not only stars in the series but also serves as an executive producer.

In 2018, Hawco took on multiple roles as executive producer, writer/showrunner, and star in the CBC adaptation of Lisa Moore’s novel Caught.

The series garnered several CSA nominations, including Best Series, and Hawco received a nomination for Best Actor.

The writing team for Caught included Hawco’s partner Perry Chafe, along with John Kirzanc, Julia Cohan, and Adriana Maggs.

Caught is distributed by eOne Entertainment, with inspiration for the limited series credited to eOne exec Tecca Crosby.

In 2019, Hawco starred as “Coyote” in the Amazon Prime TV series Jack Ryan alongside John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce.

The series was written by Carlton Cuse, the creator of Lost.

Filming took place in Colombia. Additionally, in 2019, Hawco appeared as Captain Donovan in the British-Canadian suspense drama Departure.

Allan Hawco Parents

The Canadian Actor, writer and producer Allan Hawco’s parents are Michael Hawco and Mary Hawco. His father Michael worked on the Bell Island Ferry, and his mother Mary was an elementary school teacher and former nun.

Allan Hawco Height

Allan Hawco stands 1.78 meters tall. He is a Canadian not an Irish

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