C. Thomas Howell Net Worth

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Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: Dec 7, 1966 (53 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Profession: Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
C. Thomas Howell Net Worth:
$4 Million

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C. Thomas Howell net worth: C. Thomas Howell is an American actor and director who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. He has been acting since the 1980s, starring in classic films like “Red Dawn”, “The Outsiders” and “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”.

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Born in Van Nuys, California, C. Thomas Howell began his acting career before he started kindergarten, appearing on “The Brian Keith Show”. He then left acting behind for a few years, to focus on a career as a rodeo cowboy. He returned to Hollywood when he was hired as a child stuntman for “E.T.: The Extraterrestrial”. He also appeared in a small role in the film. He received his “big break”, when he was cast in the film, “The Outsiders”. Throughout the 80s, he appeared in a number of films, including, “Tank”, “Red Dawn”, “The Hitcher”, and “A Tiger’s Tale”. The 90s brought a mix of television movies, feature films, and straight-to-DVD projects. He has enjoyed intermittent success since then, but has continued to work steadily. Some of his more high-profile projects have included, “Gettysburg”, “Payback”, “Gods and Generals”, “Hidalgo”, and “The Amazing Spider-Man”. He has also guest-starred on such shows as, “The District”, “ER”, “24”, “Summerland”, “Criminal Minds”, and “Alphas”.

Inspirational Quotes by C. Thomas Howell

I feel like actors, having spent a lot of time on movie sets, tend to make decent directors, because they’ve been there, they know what they’re doing, they’ve seen it done right, they’ve seen it done wrong, and they feel comfortable. There’s not a lot of chin-scratching and wondering what your next move is.

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To be a good director, you have to spend a lot of time on actual sets, but today, there’s a lot of people who spend a lot of time in dark rooms writing a script, and they’ll go in and tell the story to some suit at a studio who says, ‘Okay, this is great, let’s go.’ But that doesn’t necessarily mean you know what to do once you’re on set.

C. Thomas Howell

I grew up as a child living ‘Red Dawn.’ I was leaping out of spider holes, mowing down Russkies at the age of eight.

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My father got a phone call to bring me in to meet with Spielberg for ‘E.T.,’ partially because they knew I was a physical kid, and I was known in the business somewhat as a stunt kid, and I could do all the bicycle riding.

C. Thomas Howell

I didn’t really make up my mind to be an actor until I did ‘The Hitcher’ with Rutger Hauer. I was about 17 or 18 when I did that, by which point I’d probably done a dozen or more movies or TV things, but ‘The Hitcher’ was the experience that made me want to study and commit and learn how to do this for my life.

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