Dan Jeannotte is a Canadian actor who is well-known for his role as Brandon Russell in Hallmark’s original series, Good Witch. However, he’s also very famous in the gaming community––widely known as the voice actor of Assassin’s Creed: Unity’s Arno Dorian.
Jeannotte was first engaged in the gaming world but took his passion for acting and the entertainment industry to a whole new level and earned himself spots in mainstream movies and series throughout his years in the business.
Dan Jeannotte, born on the 22nd of September, 1989, in Montreal, Canada, is a famous Canadia actor, voice artist, and model. Apart from being of Canadian nationality, he also belongs to English ethnicity. His family life seems to be undisclosed to the public as well as his educational background.
Career and Net Worth:
Dan Jeannotte is a talented man. Not only does he have roles for movies and series but has also voice-acted some of your favorite game characters. Jeannotte, however, is well-known for his role of Brandon Russell in the American-Canadian drama series, Good Witch, to which he gained massive popularity with just his acting skills––boasting of 20 episodes for the series since 2015.
His journey didn’t start there, however, because his film debut was for a short movie titled Flamousse in 2006. Since then, he appeared in a handful of short movies like Speakeasy and Washed in Blue. Jeannotte also starred in the action-thriller Death Race and Red 2.
As for his series credits, his television debut was for Canadian TV sitcom Sophie in 2008. Eventually, he starred in The Cutting Edge: Fire and Ice, Second Chances, Deadly Hope, and JFK: The Smoking Gun.
From 2013 to 2015, he played the role of James Stuart in The CW’s Reign for 13 episodes and played Ryan Decker for The Bold Type. Other sitcoms that he’s been involved with were Dark Matter, Beauty and The Beast, Fargo, Being Human, and Designated Survivor.
That doesn’t mean he’s out of the contention for the gaming industry, though, as his credits also boast of Samurai Warriors 2, Samurai Warriors 2: Xtreme Legends, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed: Unity – Dead Kings, and so much more.
Recently, Jeannotte has played Jacques Fournier in Hallmark’s movie Paris, Wine, and Romance in 2019 as well as making an appearance in the 2020 television movie Christmas in The Highlands.
His net worth is $1 million throughout his life in the business of acting and voice acting for huge games.
Dan Jeannotte is one of Canada’s finest talents in the business. From acting to voicing, this man has been given project after project in his time in the industry. With big and small credits to his name, his acting presence is nothing to be underestimated. In fact, with a huge resume as his, praise is the only thing you’re going to be giving Jeannotte. He isn’t the biggest in the industry, but he sure is doing what people wish they are.