|Net Worth||$3 million|
Joseph Sikora Net Worth
Joseph Sikora has a $3 million net worth as of 2023. He mostly makes money through his various on-screen, off-screen, and stage acting gigs as well as from his different business endeavors.
Who Is Joseph Sikora?
Joseph Sikora is an American actor best known for his starring role as Tommy Egan on the Starz series Power and its subsequent spin-offs and sequels, Power Book II: Ghost and Power Book IV: Force, in which he is the main protagonist.
Joseph Sikora Age
Joseph Sikora’s age is 46 Years Old as of 2023. He was born on 27 June 1976 and raised in a well-settled Christian family from Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Joseph Sikora Height & Weight
He stands about 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 72 kilograms. He has short and stylish blonde color hair and also has blistering dark brown color beautiful and mesmerizing eyes.
Joseph Sikora Parents
Joseph Sikora’s parents are Albin and Barbara Sikora. Albin Sikora, Joseph Sikora’s father, was a businessman by trade, and Barbara Sikora was his mother.
Joseph Sikora Wife
The marital status of Joseph Sikora is married. His wife, Tania Ribalow, is known for being a well-known makeup artist.
Joseph Sikora Education Background
He completed his early schooling at a Local High School in Chicago, Illinois, United States. After that, he enrolled himself at Notre Dame College Prep in Illinois, where he eventually earned his diploma in 1994.
Also, he studied at Columbia College in Chicago, where he earned his Master of Arts in theater. He has been interested in performing since he was a little child and began working in theaters at a young age.
Joseph Sikora Career
Sikora appeared as a child in a McDonald’s commercial alongside Michael Jordan. Sikora made his Broadway debut in 2006 as one of the leads in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. Sikora is also a member of the Shattered Globe Theatre Company in Chicago.
Sikora made his acting debut in an episode of The New Adam-12 after appearing as an extra on a few TV shows. In Rudy, he also played the role of Johnny. Sikora appeared in a number of TV shows and films, including Early Edition, Turks, The Watcher, and Ghost World, and was later cast in two episodes of Third Watch.
In 2003, Sikora was cast as Roger in the direct-to-video biographical drama film Gacy. He was cast in the Golden Globe-nominated Normal after appearing in a few low-budget films, which he believes was his “break-through” moment when Tom Wilkinson, the film’s star, told him that all he had to do was think about the line and let the camera read it.
He also took part in plays, which led to him being cast in Fat Pig at the Geffen Theatre and Killer Joe at the Los Angeles Theatre. Between 2005 and 2012, Sikora appeared on major network shows such as ER, Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds, Without a Trace, CSI: Miami, Lost, Prison Break, and Dollhouse. Sikora was later cast in the horror film Night Skies in 2007.
In 2010, Sikora appeared in two episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. That same year, he was cast as an Orderly at the Shutter Island Mental Hospital. Sikora was cast in the 2011 television pilot for Body of Proof, as well as being signed in a full role as Sheriff in Adult Swim’s comedy-horror TV series The Heart, She Holler. In early 2012, he agreed to play the son of the Russian mafia’s leader in Safe. Sikora made his theatrical return in September 2012 with The Freedom of the City.
Sikora appeared in Jack Reacher in 2012, playing the character of a sniper who is wrongfully accused of gunning down random people in Pittsburgh and seeks Jack Reacher’s help to prove his innocence. Sikora was cast in the American crime drama television series POWER in October 2013.