Native American actor Zahn Mcclarnon net worth is now known. His biography revealed his height, age, family, and wife name as on 2017. If there are any Native Americans who has been able to make their mark felt in Hollywood then Zahn McClarnon is certainly one of them. Breaking barriers that are set for the aboriginal community in Hollywood, Zahn has showed that there are opportunities for everyone, if you plan to work for them. He gained huge prominence, recently, when he starred as the main antagonist in the hugely popular and critically acclaimed FX TV series, Fargo. He ahs been acting since 1992 and today is one of the most sought after Native American actors in Hollywood.
|Full name||Zahn Tokiya-ku McClarnon|
|Birth Date||October 24, 1966|
|Height||5.6 feet / 1.68 m|
|Parents||Hunkpapa Lakota (mother)|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Source of Income||Acting|
|Annual Salary||$900 Thousand|
|Ethnicity||Native American and Irish|
Zahn was born in Denver Colorado on October 24, 1966. His mother is of Hunkpapa Lakota heritage and his father is Irish. He grew up near Browning Montana, where his father used to work in the Glacier National Park for the National Park Service. Zahn had been in touch with his Indian side of the family through his mother’s close association with them. However, he traveled a lot throughout his youth, spending time in Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming and Montana. He graduated in 1986 from Omaha Central High School and went on to pursue acting as his career. He got a break when he got a chance in the local production of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Chanticleer Theater in Iowa.
Many fans wanted to know whether Zahn Mcclarnon is married and his wife name however he kept personal details very private.
After a tryst with several TV and film appearances, Zahn finally appeared in the TNT miniseries, Into the West (2005). In 2009, he starred in Not Forgotten and the comedy film Repo Chick. In 2016, he got his breakthrough role, playing Hanzee Dent in the second season of the FX series Fargo. His performance was met with critical acclaim from critics and audiences alike. He also appeared in the TV series Timeless as Native American U.S. Marshall Grant Johnson and bagged a major role in AMC Network’s The Son as Toshaway.