About Eric Stoltz
Eric Stoltz is a well known actor, director and producer, and all of these careers have played a huge role when it comes to increasing the total estimate of Eric Stoltz net worth, which reaches 5 million dollars, according to the current calculations. Eric Stoltz appeared in the biographical drama movie called “Mask”, where he played the role of Rocky Dennis. For his work in this film, the actor was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. He has appeared in many successful and popular films, including “Some Kind of Wonderful”, “Killing Zoe”, “Pulp Fiction” and “Kicking and Screaming”. Thus, all of these films made his name quite well known and also increased the total size of Eric Stoltz net worth a lot. In 2010, he appeared in the TV production called “Caprica” as Daniel Graystone. In addition to his acting work, Eric Stoltz is a director. As such, he has been working on the TV series called “Glee”. Thus, this work has also added up to the overall size of Eric Stoltz net worth.
The actor was born in 1961 in Whittier, California.
In 1978, the actor was chosen for the role of Steve Benson in the TV production called “The Grass Is Always Greener Over The Septic Tank”. In 1982, he got a small part in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. This was the first film in which he worked with Cameron Crowe. After that, he appeared in four other films made by Cameron Crowe, called “The Wild Life”, “Singles”, “Jerry Maguire” and “Say Anything…”. Thus, all of these films have also increased the total size of Eric Stoltz net worth. In 1985, he became even more known when he appeared in the above-mentioned film, called “Mask”. In this film, he got the role of Rocky Dennis and for his role, Eric Stoltz was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
In 1987, he appeared in a successful film of John Hughes, called “Some Kind of Wonderful”. In the 1990s, the actor managed to appear not only in films, but also in TV productions and stage plays. He appeared in a few independent movies, including “The Waterdance” and “Pulp Fiction”. In 1993, he produced the film called “Bodies, Rest & Motion”. One year later, Eric Stoltz produced another film, called “Sleep with Me”. In 1997, he continued this work with the release of “Mr. Jealousy”.