How Rich is David McCallum

David McCallum Net Worth

David McCallum Net Worth:
$15 Million

How Rich is David McCallum

David McCallum – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $15 Million
Date of birth: September 19, 1933 (90 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Actor, Musician, Singer
Nationality: British

David McCallum is a Scottish actor, musician, and author who has a net worth of $15 million. McCallum is best known for starring as secret agent Illya Kuryakin on “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” (1964–1968) and medical examiner Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard on “NCIS” (2003–present). His “NCIS” salary is $175,000 per episode.


In 1951, McCallum began working as assistant stage manager of the Glyndebourne Opera Company, and he made his television debut in the 1953 miniseries “The Rose and the Ring.” In 1957, he had an uncredited role in the film “Night Ambush” and appeared in “The Secret Place,” “Dangerous Youth,” “Hell Drivers,” and “Robbery Under Arms.” David portrayed Harold Bride in the 1958 film “A Night to Remember,” which was about the sinking of the Titanic, then he appeared in “The Long and the Short and the Tall” (1961), “Jungle Street” (1961), and “Freud: The Secret Passion” (1962). He played Lieutenant-Commander Eric Ashley-Pitt in 1963’s “The Great Escape,” and he guest-starred on “The Outer Limits” (1963; 1964) and “Perry Mason” (1964) and portrayed John Adams on “Profiles in Courage” (1964). From 1964 to 1968, David starred as Russian agent Illya Kuryakin on the NBC series “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” which aired 105 episodes over four seasons. He reprised his role in the films “To Trap a Spy” (1964), “The Spy with My Face” (1965), “One Spy Too Many” (1966), “The Spy in the Green Hat” (1966), “One of Our Spies Is Missing” (1966), “The Karate Killers” (1967), “The Helicopter Spies” (1968), and “How to Steal the World” (1968) and the TV movie “Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.” (1983).

How Rich is David McCallum
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Personal Life

David married actress Jill Ireland on May 11, 1957, after meeting on the set of the film “Hell Drivers.” Their adopted son, Jason, passed away from an accidental drug overdose in 1989. McCallum spoke to “The Belfast Telegraph” about Jason’s death in a 2016 interview, stating, “You never come to terms with the death of a child. The pain is very real, but it’s like an ache that turns into anger. At the same time, there’s a frustration that you couldn’t really have done anything about it, which makes it even worse.”


“If I had no family, my wife and I would lead a much more romantic and nomadic existence.”

— David McCallum

“I didn’t want to be famous. I just wanted to earn enough money to have a nice life and enjoy acting.”

— David McCallum

“I’ve never outgrown my childhood.”

— David McCallum

“Savor the mystery, Stephen, we don’t get enough of them.”

— David McCallum

“I feel it’s a person’s duty to participate in the governing of the country in which he lives.”

— David McCallum



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