Breckin Meyer is an American celebrity, comedian, writer, producer, and drummer that has an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars. Breckin Meyer was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1974 and as a kid lived in Texas, West Virginia, New Jersey, and California where he attended elementary school and was a classmate of Drew Barrymore’s, along with Beverly Hills High School. Meyer made his movie debut in 1991’s “Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare” and his breakthrough role was the 1995 hit “Clueless” where he played a skateboarding stoner.
Breckin Meyer Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Meyer was nominated for an Emmy for his writing about the “Star Wars” episode of “Robot Chicken”, a television show he does voice work on. Meyer was likewise the voice of Joseph Gribble on “King of the Hill” and stars in Adult Swim’s “Titan Maximum”.
Fellow actor buddies of Breckin Meyer, Dominic Monaghan and Bryan Callen stated during Bryan's podcast "The Fighter and the Kid" that Breckin Meyer turned down one of the Hobbit roles in the first Lord of the Rings epic movie. Supposedly, he did this very confidently during "Inside Schwartz" TV series production, which ended up being canceled after the first season, 13 episodes. Can you say "bad move"?.
He has German, English, French, and Irish ancestry.
Drew Barrymore's teen biography "Little Girl Lost," credits Breckin as having given her her first kiss at age 10 while Breckin was age 11.
Has an older brother Frank and a younger brother Adam.
His parents, Chris (a management consultant) and Dorothy (a microbiologist-turned-travel agent), are divorced.
You know how it is. Every time you kiss someone else, in a way you always remember that very first time.
I think reading is important for a variety of things. I mean, first of all, it's a way to get information and find out what's going on in the world. But also, it helps your imagination.
It's just I hate reading the description 'offbeat' about a character in a script, because I, along with Seth Green, Jamie Kennedy and a few others, have cornered the market on 'offbeat.'
It's always fun when you're doing the CGI stuff, to actually get to work with someone who is real, who's there.
My character is not flawless.
My high school girlfriend would ask if I finally learned how to unbutton the back of a sweater!
My idols are Richard Dreyfuss, Michael Keaton, John Goodman. Maybe that's what I want for me.
With a sequel you're always trying to get bigger and better.
I think it can be fun to be single and date-like when you don't want a relationship. Or when you've just gotten out of a relationship, and, after get over the initial shock, your thinking, Hey, it's kind of cool being single.
I once threw a water balloon on a girl because I caught her cheating on me. She was kissing my friend and I thought, 'Oh, this can't be happening.' It was bad and I was much older than you think throwing a water balloon. I was 14.
For awhile, I got stupid about only wanting a leading-man role, but I have no illusions. I know I'm not Brad Pitt.