Jonathan Frederick Togo is one popular actor on TV. Togo is a famous American actor and family man.
You might remember him from his role as Ryan Wolfe in CSI: Miami. The Hollywood heartthrob also made headlines when his daughter, Yuki, was born.
At the moment, the actor took a sabbatical from his acting career to spend time with his family.
Here are some memorable moments and milestones in his career, personal life, and net worth!
Jonathan Togo Net worth
Jonathan Togo has an estimated net worth of about $8 million. Most of his wealth comes from his career in acting.
The actor’s most prominent role was in CSI: Miami, where he played Ryan Wolfe.
Additionally, the star makes money from movies such as Mystic River, which grossed over $250 million at Box Office.
Togo has never been shy to spend his money, as seen in his lavish lifestyle. He had a posh wedding, owns mansions and luxurious cars.
The actor also takes luxurious vacations with his family in exotic places.
On 25th August 1977, Jonathan Togo was born Jonathan Frederick Togo in Rockland, Massachusetts, North America.
Togo was born into an Italian-Jewish family, Sheila Togo and Michael Togo, a graphic designer. His mother ran Simply Sheila, a designer shop in Boston.
Jonathan attended Rockland High School and graduated from Vassar College with a degree in Arts and Theatre.
Togo is five feet and seven inches tall and weighs about 75 kilograms. The actor is currently 44 years old.
Despite the pressures that come with a vibrant career and hectic schedules, the actor managed to pursue his efforts at marriage.
At first, he was married to Diora Baird. Their relationship began in early 2010 before the pair settled down three years later.
Sometime later, the couple had their first son, Otis Togo. Still, their relationship didn’t last, and the pair underwent a bitter divorce in 2016.
After healing from the separation, Jonathan started a relationship with the pretty Tiffany Baker.
It didn’t take long before Baker and Togo decided to take their vows on 17 January 2019. After a short time in marriage, the couple had their daughter, Yuki Togo.
At the moment, Togo and his family enjoy a happy life out of the watchful eye of social media.
Jonathan always wanted to be an actor while in school. He even pursued a source in Art and Film in college.
After college, he had lived up to his dream, having performed in many plays. Prior to landing his breakthrough role in CSI: Miami, he had made several guest appearances on TV.
Togo has appeared in films such as Special Unit 2, Judging Army, Law and Order, The Jury and Ed.
In 2008, Jonathan reached higher heights when he wrote and directed a series called Casted: The Continuing Chronicles of Derek Riffchyn, Greatest Dictator in the World. Ever.
In this Atom.com web series, Togo played a crass and abusive casting director.
While in college, Jonathan was a member of The El Conquistadors, a band, together with John Conway and Sam Endicott. Currently, his colleagues are part of The Bravery, a famous rock band.
Before the breakthrough with CSI: Miami, the actor used to act in plays and theatre.
The CSI: Miami plot follows the cases of a team of investigators in the Miami-Dade, Florida area.
The team is supervised by Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso).
His team includes Tim Speedle (Rory Cochrane), Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter) and Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander).
Thinking they had seen the last of Horatio Caine, the CSIs were wrong.
Caine is back to help his old colleagues solve bizarre murders in Miami.
The team members are Caine, Speedle, Delko and Calleigh Duquesne.
While Speedle doesn’t return as a regular series, he appears as a guest star in several episodes.
While the CSI: Miami TV show is not as popular as CSI, it does have a strong following and is a good show.
The plot of each episode is well planned out and very interesting to watch.
The characters are great, and the cast performs their jobs perfectly.