About Nick Stahl
It has been calculated that the overall sum of Nick Stahl net worth reaches 10 thousand dollars, according to the recent estimations. Nick Stahl has earned his net worth because of his career as an actor. He is mostly known for his appearances in “Carnivale”, “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” and “The Man Without a Face”. He began his acting career when he was a kid and since that time, his name has become well known in this industry and his many film and TV appearances have also increased the total estimate of Nick Stahl net worth.
In 1993, his name became popular as an actor when he appeared in the film called “The Man Without a Face”. In this movie, he appeared next to Mel Gibson. The movie is also considered as his breakthrough point. Nick Stahl started his adult acting career with roles in productions, such as “In the Bedroom”, “Sin City”, “The Thin Red Line” and “Bully”. He also appeared in the series on HBO called “Carnivale”.
Nick Stahl was chosen for the role of John Connor to appear in the film called “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”.
He was born in 1979 in Harlingen, Texas. His father was a businessman and his mother was a brokerage assistant. In 1991, Nick Stahl got his first job as an actor in “Stranger at My Door”. Before that, he already had experience as an actor as he has been appearing in stage productions since he was 4 years old. When he was 13 years old, he got a chance to appear with Mel Gibson in the film called “The Man Without a Face”. In the next year, Nick Stahl appeared in “Safe Passage”.
In 1996, he appeared in the stage play of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at The Metropolitan Opera in New York, in which he was chosen for the role of Puck. In 1998, he was chosen for the role of a soldier in the movie called “The Thin Red Line”. In 2001, he was praised a lot for his role in the film called “In the Bedroom”. In the production, Sissy Spacek played the part of his mother. In 2003, Nick Stahl appeared in a major box office hit called “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”. In the same year, he got a role in the HBO production called “Carnivale”. The show’s final episode aired in 2006. Therefore, all of these appearances increased his popularity as well as the total size of Nick Stahl net worth.
In 2001, Nick Stahl was praised for his role as Bobby Kent in the movie called “Bully”. Four years after that, Nick Stahl appeared in “Sin City” as Roark Jr./Yellow Bastard. Other films, which made his name popular in the industry, include “Quid Pro Quo”, “Sleepwalking” and “How to Rob a Bank”.