Who is John Hoogenakker?

John Hoogenakker was born in Charlotte, North Carolina USA, however, the actual date of his birth is unknown. He is an actor and producer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Jeff Doyle in the Starz political drama series “Boss” (2012), playing Matice in the Amazon Prime Video political action thriller series “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” (2018-2019), and featuring as Randy Ramseyer in the Hulu drama miniseries “Dopesick” (2021).

John Hoogenakker as Trip Wyeth in Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities, directed by Henry Wishcamper. http://www.goodmantheatre.org/desert

Posted by Goodman Theatre on Friday, January 18, 2013

How rich is he, as of now? John Hoogenakker Net Worth

As of early 2022, John Hoogenakker’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million; earned through his successful career as a professional actor, working on more than 35 television and film titles since he launched his career back in the mid-2000s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

John Hoogenakker spent his early years in his hometown of Charlotte, where he was raised with his sister named Kiersten by their father Jerry Wayne Hoogenakker, who worked as an investment businessman and part-time theatre artist, and mother Alice Hoogenakker, a former teacher.

He holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding his education, John attended South Meck High School, where he was a two-time district and state champion in Humorous Interpretation. Upon matriculation, he studied at The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.

Career Beginnings

John Hoogenakker launched his professional acting career in 2005 when he made his debut TV appearance as Dr. Collins in an episode of the Primetime Emmy Award-winning NBC medical drama series “ER”.

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The same year, he did a voice-over in the action video game “Stubbs The Zombie In Rebel Without A Pulse”, developed by Wideload. His feature film debut came in 2006 with his portrayal of a funeral home employee in Clint Eastwood’s film adaptation of the book “Flags Of Our Fathers”, written by Ron Powers and James Bradley. The following year, he starred as a US Army recruiter in the comedy-drama film “The Lucky Ones”, and provided his voice to Major Bradley in the first-person shooter video game “Crysis”, then featured as David in the 2008 drama film “Barefoot To Jerusalem”.

Rise to Prominence

In 2009, John Hoogenakker took the role of a psychiatrist in the made-for-TV biopic “Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story”, which was released on TNT and received positive reviews from critics. During the same year, he portrayed Agent High Clegg next to Christian Bale and Johnny Depp in the biographical crime drama film “Public Enemies”, which was a commercial success grossing over $214 million worldwide. His next major appearance came in 2011, when he was chosen to play Leo Bianchi in the short-lived NBC historical crime drama series “The Playboy Club”. Later that year, he went on to star as Gustav in the buddy stoner comedy film “A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas”, alongside John Cho and Neil Patrick Harris.

The following year, he had the part of Mr. Pritchard in the drama film “At Any Price” and featured as Jeff Doyle in the Starz political drama series “Boss”. Also in 2012, he performed as Willie in the Goodman Theatre production of “The Iceman Cometh” by Eugene O’Neill.

Continued Success

John Hoogenakker’s next project was the NBC drama series “Chicago Fire”, in which he took the recurring role of Lt. Spellman in 2013. The series was created by Michael Brands and Derek Haas and is the first installment of the “Chicago” franchise. In 2014, he was cast as a guy in the drama film “Animals”, and played Neil Duquesne in the made-for-TV family fantasy drama film “The Secret Santa”.

It was followed by his portrayals of Inspector Davis in the thriller film “Consumed”, directed by Daryl Wein, and a father in the short comedy film “The Talk”, both released in 2015. The next year, he guest-starred as Gordon Sirica in the episode “Separation” of the Starz anthology drama series “The Girlfriend Experience”. Also in 2016, he worked on three short film titles, “Pelican Bay: Open For Business”, “Lizard Skin”, and “Everything Is Going To Be Fine”, and performed as George at the Writers’ Theatre production of “Death Of A Streetcar Names Virginia Woolf? A Parody”. He then featured as Eric Reese in the 2017 drama film “Market Value”, alongside Jules Bruff and Chandra Michaels.

Recent Projects

In 2018, John Hoogenakker took the parts of a delivery man in the comedy film “Not Welcomed”, and as Scott Garland in the critically acclaimed USA Network sci-fi dystopia series “Colony”, in which he shared the screen with Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies. He then gained huge popularity when he was chosen to portray Matice in the Amazon Prime Video political action thriller series “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” from 2018 to 2019. It was followed by his appearance as Todd Harper in the drama film “Teacher” (2019), which was written and directed by Adam Dick. The same year, he landed the recurring role of Carl Wilkes in the Hulu psychological-horror series “Castle Rock”, which was inspired by Stephen King’s stories.

In 2020, he did a voice-over in the highly popular video game “Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War”. His most recent project was the Hulu drama miniseries “Dopesick” (2021), in which he starred as Randy Ramseyer.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

John Hoogenakker has short light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m), while his weight is around 200lbs (90kgs). Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

John Hoogenakker is a married man, and the name of his wife is Kelly Holden Hoogenakker, who is a holistic nutrition counselor by profession. The two have been together since their college years – the couple celebrated their 20th anniversary on 5 May 2021. They are the parents of two children, but their names and ages are unknown. The family resides in Chicago.

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