Mark Salling Net Worth 2018 - Salary, Wealth, Assets, Biography

- April 12, 2018
Mark Salling makes decent amount of salary and has an approximated net worth of $3 million. Mark began his acting profession in 1996. He made a film debut from a horror film, "Children of the Corn IV: The Gathering". Later, he began acting in other movies like, "The Graveyard", and "Glee: The 3D Concert Movie" till now. Unlike movie, he began his TV career in 1999.
He performed the role of Billy within an episode of a Television series, "Walker, Texas Ranger". He continued spending so much time and learning music and performing. As a result, his mainstream success emerged in 2009. He enjoyed the role of Noah "Puck" Puckerman from 2009 to 2015. For his acting performance in Glee, won multiple nominations. Also, he in addition has made an appearance in other Television shows like, "The X-factor", "The Glee Project", among others.
He's also a vocalist, songwriter, musician and a composer. He has released two studio albums until now. In 2008, he released "Smoke Signals". Later, In 2010, he released his second recording "Pipe Dreams".
Mark Salling
Mark Salling
Early Life
Mark was given birth on Aug 17, 1982 in the location of Dallas and in the state of TX. He owns American nationality and ethnicity is mixed(British, German).

His full name is Mark Wayne Salling. He was given birth to parents, John Salling(dad) and Condy Sue Salling(mom). His parents were really strict regarding following thier religion. Eventually, he was raised in a stringent Christian family.

I would like to be known as an 'artist'. Whether that be music, acting, sketching, cooking, whatever. I'm interested in all of those things.
Glee's good because it tackles the issues by embracing what's different, and telling people, 'That's what makes you special' - I think that's the underlying thing.
Hollywood is a small town, believe it or not. I see the same people over and over, so it's not that overwhelming or crazy as you might think.
Awards & Achievements

    •  Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

Salling was found dead from apparent suicide by hanging on January 30, 2018, near his home in the Sunland area of Los Angeles, 6 hours after he was reported missing.