SEAN Penn is an actor, author, director, screenwriter, and producer.
He has been active in the entertainment industry since the early 1980s.
What is Sean Penn’s net worth?
Penn is worth $70million according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Born in Santa Monica, California, on August 17, 1960, his father Leo Penn was an actor and director, and his mother Eileen Ryan was an actress.
Penn made his film debut in the 1981 action-drama film “Taps”, portraying a military high school cadet.
Since, he has starred in movies like “Racing with the Moon” (1984), “The Falcon and the Snowman” (1985), “At Close Range” (1986), and the widely-panned “Shanghai Surprise” (1985).
He has won two Academy Awards, for his roles in the films “Mystic River (2003) and “Milk” (2008).
Penn’s debut novel “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” was published by Atria Books in March 2018.
Is Sean Penn married?
Penn was married to Australian actress Leila George, whom he wed in 2020.
On October 15, 2021, the couple announced that they were divorcing.
The Australian actress filed divorce documents from Penn on October 15 in Los Angeles County Superior Court, according to TMZ.
The reason behind the split is currently unclear.
Actress Robin Wright and Sean Penn married in 1996 and had an on-and-off relationship that officially ended in 2010.
The ex-couple have two children together, Dylan Frances, who was born in 1991, and Hopper Jack, who was born two years later.
Penn and his children made a rare red carpet appearance at the Flag Day screening at the Cannes Film Festival on July 10, 2021.
In August 2018, Robin married 34-year-old Saint Laurent’s International VIP Relations Manager Clement Giraudet in a secret wedding in the French countryside.
From 2013 to 2015, Penn was in a relationship with South African actress Charlize Theron.
When was Sean Penn on Friends?
Sean Penn played Eric on two episodes of Friends in 2001.
He played the beau of Phoebe’s twin sister (who was still played by Lisa Kudrow) Ursula.
Penn and his then-wife Robin Wright, as well as their two children, were fans of the show and the family had reportedly made several visits to the set over the years.
Entertainment Weekly wrote that producers did not pitch a role to Penn to join a few episodes until they had crafted the perfect character.
David Crane, the co-creator of the sitcom, noted that he had always admired Penn’s comedy and knew Penn would fit the role of Eric well.
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