About Joe Pantoliano
It has been claimed that the total amount of Joe Pantoliano net worth is as high as 8 million dollars, according to the current estimations. Joe Pantoliano has earned his net worth because of his career as an actor. In the cinema industry, he is also referred to as Joey Pants.
Joe Pantoliano is remembered for portraying various roles in films and TV programs. He played the part of Ralph Cifaretto in the TV series called “The Sopranos”. Joe Pantoliano appeared as Bob Keane in “La Bamba”. The actor had a role of Cypher in the film called “The Matrix”. Moreover, Joe Pantoliano appeared in “Memento” as Teddy. Also, the actor had a role of Francis in the production called “The Goonies”.
Then, he had a part in the production called “Risky Business”, where he appeared as Guido. Joe Pantoliano played the role of Eddie Moscone in “Midnight Run” as well as the role of Caesar in the production called “Bound”. All of these appearances not only made him more recognized as an actor, but also added up to the total estimate of the current Joe Pantoliano net worth.
The actor was born in 1951 in Hoboken, New Jersey. He was raised in an Italian American family. His mother was a seamstress, whereas his father worked as a factory foreman. Joe Pantoliano was a student at HB Studio. The first production which made him well known was “Risky Business”. In 1985, he became even more recognized when he appeared in the film called “The Goonies”, where he played the part of the villainous Francis Fratelli. These first productions started to increase the total size of Joe Pantoliano net worth, as well.
In 1999, Joe Pantoliano became a fan favorite when he appeared in the film called “The Matrix” as Cypher. Then, he got a role in the HBO series called “The Sopranos” and for his work in it, the actor was awarded an Emmy award. Joe Pantoliano was chosen to appear in a comedy called “Midnight Run”. He played the part of Captain Howard in the film called “Bad Boys” and he reprised this role in the sequel called “Bad Boys 2”.
He joined Tommy Lee Jones in the film called “The Fugitive”. He reprised his role from this film in another production called “US Marshals”. All of these appearances not only made him more known, but also added up to the overall sum of Joe Pantoliano net worth. In 2003, the actor appeared in a Broadway play called “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune”. In 2003 as well, he was awarded the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his work in the mentioned series, “The Sopranos”.
In 2012, Joe Pantoliano appeared in a film based on a book of the same name called “Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life”. The film was directed by Tamar Halpern. In 2013, he appeared in another Broadway play called “Bronx Bombers”.