Brendan Scannell Height Age Weight Wiki Biography & Net Worth


Brendan Scannell is an America famed star who gained huge fame by playing the major role as Heather Duke on the American anthology television series “Heathers”, which was an adaptation of 1988 film “Heathers”. He is also playing the co-lead role as Peter in the comedy and drama TV series “Bonding”. He began his career as a voice actor and played the voice role in the action and horror video game “Mortal Kombat: Deception” in 2014. Recently, he portrayed the major character of Jerry in the romantic-comedy film “Straight Up” .

Personal Information
NameBrendan Scannell
Date of Birth22 June, 1989
Age30 years old
BirthplaceValparaiso, Indiana, United States
Currently lives inLos Angeles, California, United States
Zodiac or Birth SignCancer
Physical/Body Statistics
Brendan Scannell Height in feet5 feet 4 inches
Brendan Scannell Height in meter1.63 meter
Brendan Scannell Height in centimeter163 centimeter
Brendan Scannell Overall Body WeightIn Kilogram – 62 kg
In Pound [lbs] – 136 lbs
Brendan Scannell Body TypeMesomorph
Body StatusFit
Chest [in inches]40 in
Waist [in inches]30 in
Arms [in inches]13 in
Shoes size6 [UK]
Hair ColorRed [Auburn]
Eye ColorBlue
Have tattoos?No
Education Information
Where he did his schooling?Not Known
Where he did his graduation?Northwestern University
Family Background
Have Parents ?Yes
Brendan Scannell Mother NameNancy Scannell
Brendan Scannell Father NameNot Known
Brendan Scannell Brother’s NameNot Known
Brendan Scannell Sister’s NameBrigid Scannell
Marital StatusUnmarried
Dating/Affair History
Boyfriend NamePossibly Single
Previous Dating?Unknown
Money Factor
Salary Per Episode/MovieUS$ 10K-12K Per Episode
Net WorthUS$ 300-400 Thousand approx.
Advertisement FeesUnavailable
Social Media Accounts
Acting Career
Debut TV

Debut Film

Nothin’s Easy [2016, as Pale Male]

Kill Game [2017, as Ronald Wallace]

Also Known ForDoorknobs, Where You Are, Nothin’s Easy, My Boyfriend Is a Robot, Kill Game, Lay to Rest, Lip Sync Battle Preshow
Article Updated On24 June, 2019

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