C. Thomas Howell Net Worth – 2022

C. Thomas Howell

Net Worth $4 Million
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Profession Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film Producer
Gender Male
Date of Birth Dec 7, 1966 (55 years old)
Nationality United States of America

C. Thmas Howell Net Worth:

$4 Million

How much is C. Thomas Howell Net worth?

American actor and filmmaker C. Thomas Howell has an estimated net worth of $4 million. C. Thomas Howell is well-known for his roles in “Soul Man,” “The Hitcher,” “Red Dawn,” and “The Outsiders.” Among his further cinematic credits are “Gettysburg,” “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and “LBJ.” Howell has been in several television programs, such as “Kindred: The Embraced,” “Amazon,” “Southland,” “Grimm,” and “The Walking Dead.”

Early Life and Beginnings of Career

Christopher Thomas Howell was born in the Los Angeles area of Van Nuys on December 7, 1966 to Christopher Sr. and Candice. He has three siblings: Candy and Stacy, and John, his brother. Howell, who as a youngster aspired to be a stuntman like his father, realized his ambition by becoming a child rodeo star. At the age of four, he made his acting debut in an episode of “The Brian Keith Show.” Howell attended to Saugus High School as a teen. As Tyler in Steven Spielberg’s 1982 science-fiction picture “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” he made his feature film debut while still in high school.

Career in Film in the 1980s and 1990s

Following his debut in “E.T.,” Howell received his first starring part in Francis Ford Coppola’s film adaption of “The Outsiders.” He earned a Young Artist Award for his portrayal as Ponyboy Curtis. In 1984, Howell participated in the action picture “Tank” and reunited with Patrick Swayze in “Grandview, U.S.A.” and “Red Dawn.” He co-starred with Lori Loughlin and Kelly Preston in the adolescent romantic comedy “Secret Admirer” the following year. Howell later starred in the horror thriller “The Hitcher” and the comedy picture “Soul Man.” In the 1980s, he also contributed to “A Tiger’s Tale,” “Young Toscanini,” and “The Return of the Musketeers.”

Howell began the decade of the 1990s appearing in the beach volleyball drama “Side Out.” In 1992, he starred in “Breaking the Rules” and “That Night,” and in 1993, he portrayed Union Lieutenant Thomas Chamberlain in “Gettysburg.” Subsequently, Howell starred in “Teresa’s Tattoo” and “Payback” and a variety of direct-to-video films, including “The Sweeper,” “The Big Fall,” and “Hourglass,” which he also wrote and directed. In the 1990s, he also appeared in “Laws of Deception,” “Sleeping Dogs,” and “Charades.”

Career in Film in the 2000s and Beyond

Throughout the 2000s, Howell continued to be active in both theatrical and direct-to-video productions. In the beginning of the decade, he appeared in “Hot Boyz,” “The Crimson Code,” “WillFull,” “Asylum Days,” “Net Games,” and “Gods and Generals,” a prequel to “Gettysburg” in which he reprised his role as Thomas Chamberlain. Howell reprised his role as Jim Halsey in “The Hitcher II: I’ve Been Waiting,” a horror sequel. He later appeared in other films, including “Hidalgo,” “The Hillside Strangler,” “Glass Trap,” “Hoboken Hollow,” “The Far Side of Jericho,” “Dead Letters,” “Toxic,” “The Day the Earth Stopped,” and “The Jailhouse.” In 2009, he directed and performed in the science fiction film “The Land That Time Forgot.”

Howell portrayed Troy in the 2012 Marvel superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man. He appeared in “Chilly Christmas,” “MoniKa,” and “Escape” in the same year. In 2013, Howell appeared in “Don’t Pass Me By,” “The Devil’s Dozen,” “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox,” and “Storm Rider.” “Bigfoot Wars,” “Woodlawn,” “LBJ,” “Disconnected,” “A Question of Faith,” and “Beast Mode” are among his many other works.

Television Profession

In 1983, Howell debuted on television as Scott Morgan on the short-lived ABC sitcom “Two Marriages.” Next, he appeared in “Moonlighting” and “Nightmare Classics” episodes. Howell featured in a number of television films throughout the 1990s, including “Tattle Tale,” “Acting on Impulse,” “Natural Selection,” and “Suspect Device.” In the short-lived Fox series “Kindred: The Embraced,” he played the lead character of Detective Frank Kohanek. In 1999 and 2000, Howell played Dr. Alex Kennedy in the adventure television series Amazon.

In the 2000s, Howell appeared in many television films, including “Night of the Wolf,” “Killer Bees!,” “Zolar,” “Ordinary Miracles,” “A Gunfighter’s Pledge,” and a version of “The Poseidon Adventure.” He appeared in episodes of “Twice in a Lifetime,” “Son of the Beach,” “The District,” “Summerland,” “ER,” “24,” and “Criminal Minds,” among others. From 2009 until 2013, Howell’s role as Bill “Dewey” Dudek in the crime thriller series “Southland” was one of his most prominent. During this period, he appeared on several more television programs, such as “Psych,” “The Glades,” “Alpha,” “Revolution,” “Castle,” “Longmire,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Blue Bloods,” and “Grimm.” Howell subsequently had recurring parts on “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” “Stitchers,” “Animal Kingdom,” “Ray Donovan,” “Outcast,” “SEAL Team,” and “The Punisher,” in addition to guest roles on “The Blacklist,” “Dynasty,” “The Walking Dead,” and “The Terror.”

Personal Life

Howell was in a relationship with actress and socialite Kyle Richards in the 1980s. In 1989, he wed actress Rae Dawn Chong; the couple had met while filming “Soul Man” in 1986. The couple separated after one year. In 1992, Howell married Sylvie Anderson, with whom he has three children. They eventually divorced in 2016

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