What is Zachary Quinto's net worth? A look at massive fortune and home amid 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' stint
Zachary Quinto was among many stars to take the hot seat and he did it for The Marsha P Johnson Institute, a fiscally sponsored project of Social Good Fund
The latest season of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, has an interesting line-up of celebrity contestants who are raising funds for charities close to their hearts. American actor and film producer Zachary Quinto was among many such stars to take the hot seat and he did it for The Marsha P Johnson Institute, a fiscally sponsored project of Social Good Fund.
Quinto is primarily known for his role as Spock in the ‘Star Trek’ movie series. He made an advent into the entertainment industry by appearing in the short-lived television series ‘The Others’ and later went on to feature in guest roles in shows such as ‘CSI’, ‘Touched by an Angel’, ‘Charmed’ and ‘Lizzie McGuire’. His other well-known role is as computer expert Adam Kaufman on the Fox series ‘24’. He was last seen in an episode of ‘Little America’ in 2020. Meanwhile, Quinto’s film credits include ‘High Flying Bird’, ‘Who We Are Now’, ‘Snowden’, ‘Tallulah’ and ‘What’s Your Number’.
Zachary Quinto’s net worth
While not much is known about Zachary Quinto’s properties and wealth, he is reportedly worth $14 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The actor is said to have purchased a NoHo apartment together with his then-boyfriend and musician Miles McMillan in 2015. They began dating in 2013 and reportedly ended their relationship in 2019.
Shedding light on their apartment, Quinto told Architectural Digest, “I think that openness will always be a hallmark of whatever home we have together, whether it’s in New York, L.A., or a different environment,” adding, “The open-floor-plan kitchen into the dining and living rooms is something we really love. It doesn’t matter where people are, they’re still able to relate to each other and connect.”
A look at his personal life
Quinto was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in Pennsylvania. His father was of Italian descent and his mother was Irish. The actor publicly came out as gay in October 2011. Before this, he actively supported gay rights and organizations including the Trevor Project. He even campaigned on behalf of Barack Obama in the video ‘Obama Pride: LGBT Americans For Obama’.
It was recently reported that Quinto is preparing for a scripted podcast based on the true story of “clandestine purge of gay students from the Harvard class of 1920". Titled ‘Secret Court’, the podcast comes 100 years after the Harvard sophomore Cyril Wilcox took his own life.
Talking about voicing the podcast he told Deadline, "I’m honored to lend my voice and help amplify the story of these promising young members of the LGBTQ+ community, who were marginalized and sidelined due to the social intolerance of their day. A hundred years later, I am grateful to their contributions and sacrifices, and recognize that I stand on their shoulders today."
‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ airs on Wednesday on ABC at 8 pm ET.