Aaron Stanford Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Aaron Stanford Net Worth $500,000
Aaron Stanford Net Worth: Aaron Stanford is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $500,000. While attending high school, Stanford started playing and determined he wished to pursue it after school. Then he went to attend Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of Arts, where he graduated magna cum laude in 2000. Then he made his onscreen debut in 2002’s indie film, Tadpole. Though he was 23 when filming, Stanford’s character was just 15. Some of his more noteworthy appearances include Pyro in X2, along with X Men: The Last Stand, Doug in 2006’s The Hills Have Eyes, and Birkhoff in Nikita. The latter aired from 2010 until 2013. Stanford has additionally gone to produce several appearances in television shows, including guest parts and little recurring characters. His brother, David, is known for his musical work and continues a job as an expert musician.
December 27, 1976
Westford, Massachusetts, United States
5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Rutgers University, State University of New York at Purchase
United States of America
Don Stanford, Judith Stanford
Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
The Hills Have Eyes, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, Tadpole, The Cake Eaters, Standing Still, 25th Hour, How I Got Lost, Live Free or Die, Spartan, Winter Solstice, Flakes, Runaway, Rick
[interview with AMC-TV, June 2011] My life has been the antithesis of that book "The Secret". I've always been interested in doing what I do. I love storytelling and I really enjoyed acting, but it never seemed like a realistic thing. So I always told myself, "Don't get your hopes up. You won't be able to do this for a living," and despite all the negativity, for some reason I just kept pursuing it. I got out of school and moved to New York and told myself, "Well, don't expect anything, but enjoy yourself." Luckily, things fell into place.
As far as my choices go, it's the same answer I give to what attracted me to this script. I try to pick characters that I find interesting and complex and that I feel I can bring something of myself to. There's also the reality of what's available to me and what I'm offered and what I can do. Interview, 2007.
I do not consider myself famous... I don't get recognized when I go out anywhere. I consider myself a blue-collar actor, just chugging away. If I am able to continue to work and maintain a certain degree of privacy, I would be very happy.