Sam Clark

Sam Clark net worth

Sam Clark‘s source of wealth comes from being a tv actor. How much money is Sam Clark worth at the age of 35 and what’s his real net worth now?

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Sam Clark (born October 18, 1987) is famous for being tv actor. He currently resides in Adelaide, Australia. Australian actor known for his portrayal of Ringo Brown on the soap opera Neighbours. He has also been an accomplished musician, debuting with his single “Broken” in 2009 which hit the number one spot on the Australian Physical Singles Chart.

Source of Money
TV Actor
Real Name
Samuel James Clark
Place of Birth
Adelaide, Australia
Date of Birth
October 18, 1987 (age 35)

Sam Clark is a Libra and was born in The Year of the Rabbit


Sam Clark was born in Adelaide, Australia on Sunday, October 18, 1987 (Millennials Generation generation). He is 35 years old and is a Libra. Samuel James Clark, known simply as Sam Clark, is an Australian actor, singer-songwriter from Adelaide, South Australia, best known for his role as Ringo Brown on the Australian soap opera, Neighbours. Clark made his musical debut in 2009 with the hit single “Broken”, which peaked at number one on the Australian Physical Singles Chart His third single “Devastated” also peaked at number one on the same chart. In August 2010, Clark released his debut studio album, Take Me Home. He released the album Take Me Home in August of 2010.

He acted on stage during his high school days and formed a group called Solid White Line in 2006. Samuel James Clark attended St. Peter`s College, Adelaide. Sam Clark is a member of Richest Celebrities and TV Actors.


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He had a role alongside Toni Collette in the 2012 film Mental.

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