Anthony Michael Hall net worth now amounts to $10 million dollars. He’s one of quite few performers who ascended to stardom in a comparatively youthful age and managed to remain in business for decades in the future. Due to his long tenure on films and television series, individuals from different generations have totally distinct picture of the celebrity. The most amusing thing is, a lot of people do not even understand that in all these films and show they’re seeing the same actor! In hope that some information would make this mistake less common, I’m going to give you a short review of Anthony’s profession.
Anthony Michael Hall Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Anthony Michael Hall net worth began to grow when he was still a child, appearing on various advertisements and stage plays. In 1980, in age 12, the future millionaire made his film debut, appearing as the youthful poet Edgar Alan Poe on The Gold Bug. The last of the films grossed $51 million dollars on a funding of $1 million dollars and got favorable critical reviews. To this very day, it’s often described as “a warm, insightful, and extremely humorous look to the internal lives of adolescents” (source — Rotten Tomatoes). Obviously, this movie added a sound amount to Anthony Michael Hall net worth.
As in all three of the films I have only mentioned Anthony played a kind of lovable geek, his face and name became connected with this particular type characters. Thus, finally Anthony began to find the more challenging to get new occupations. Luckily for the kid, eventually the performer has managed to break the spell” and got a part on which would turn into an effective television series The Pirates of Silicon Valley. As the kid began filming because of this show, Anthony Michael Hall net worth began growing again.
April 14, 1968
West Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Actor, Film Producer, Television producer, Musician, Film director, Singer-songwriter
St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s school, Manhattan’s Profession Children’s school
For his role as Whitey Ford in 61* (2001), rather than learning to pitch left-handed, he wore his Yankee uniform number and logo backward, and pitched right-handed. The image was then flipped.
In Freddy Got Fingered (2001), Anthony had trouble driving the sports car his character had. Director Tom Green commented in the DVD of the film that it took several dozen takes to get the two-second shot.
Youngest member of Saturday Night Live (1975) ever, in 1985 when he was 17. Was only on SNL for one season because he had to go to rehab.
During the early years of his career he often played dweebish, unpopular teenagers
 I don't really do the Hollywood party thing. Some people party every night, but years ago I figured out that people who are getting ahead are getting it done before 6 p.m.
I grew up in the public eye. I can't hide from that. I always embrace the work I've done before. I wouldn't be where I am now if it wasn't for those movies. I'm always baffled by actors who are like, 'I'm not going to talk about the '80s.' What? You're just forgetting that whole experience? I feel very fortunate to have been able to do those films. It gave me the tools I needed to be where I am.
I don't want to go away as an actor.
[on Tom Green's directorial style with Freddy Got Fingered (2001)] Off-camera, he's very quiet. He'd often be walking around quietly, twirling his hair while thinking about his next shot. I think the guy's a genius. I think the guy's a social hypnotist. I think he's incredible. He's on to something big-time and it's not just stand-up comedy. If this doesn't make $100 million, something's wrong. I smell a sequel.
Everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed.
[on why he chose the character Johnny Smith, in The Dead Zone (2002)) Playing a character that develops from within was very attractive to me. In playing this part, it is challenging to find the mind, body, and spirit for the role of John Smith. I do watch Star Trek (1966) episodes a lot more closely now!
[on working in all three mediums] Movies and TV are both incredibly gratifying. I treat the work the same. Music, specifically songwriting and music production, are very gratifying as well.
[on why he never went to college] I've been a working actor since age eight. It became my craft and career by high school. I did not go to college, but I'm an avid reader in the ongoing process of educating myself.
[on what he would do if he had to spend a million dollars on someone other than himself] Donate a portion to reputable children's and animal charities, donate a portion to churches and homeless organizations.