When confronted with all the accusations, the performer needed to confess the reason he’s ceased sending the checks is quite straightforward: he’s totally broke. However, the actor was ordered to cover Bella over $15 thousand. You may think that is unjust, but before you make any judgment you ought to know why Edward Furlong net worth is as modest as it’s now. To be honest, the star continues to be on and off the significant drugs since Edward was in his early 20s.
Edward Furlong Net Worth $0.1 Million Dollars
So even though recognition is not easy to deal with at a very young age, Edward of has nobody to blame for the challenging position he’s now in. Edward has destroyed his career and wasted almost all of his cash along with his own hands. But let us not jump to an ending and look at the starts of his professional career.
Edward Furlong net worth began to grow when he was still a child. In 1991, in the age 14, ‘s debuted with film Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Not only this film proved to be a tremendous commercial success, grossing nearly $520 million against a budget of $100 million, it has additionally garnered the teen celebrity variety of prestigious accolades. Following this breakthrough, the 15-year old got romantically involved with Jacqueline Domac, a girl 14 years his senior, who had been delegated as his coach for the filming interval. Edward’s uncle and aunt, who’d his detention at that time, failed to take the news regarding the relationship well, to say the least. One thing led to another, as well as the performer was emancipated by the age 17.
Sadly for the, the teen star failed to manage his recently acquired autonomy well. While leading this dangerous lifestyle, the performer has still appeared in quotation several films, like Animal Factory and Detroit Rock City. So far as I know the star still hasn’t beat his habits, therefore i do not believe this inclination is about to transform!
Edward Furlong's nickname when he was younger was 'Pook'.
Has done some modeling for the clothing company Calvin Klein in the mid 90s.
Mother is Eleanor Torres born c. 1959; she worked as a youth center worker in Pasadena, California. His stepfather is Moises Torres he separated from Furlong's mother in 1989. His Aunt is Nancy Tafoya, born c. 1960. His uncle is Sean Furlong. His step brother is Robert Torres.
(July 1, 2013) Furlong avoided a jail sentence for an arrest in May after agreeing to go to a rehab for drug addiction for 90 days, as well as undergo 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling. He had already served 61 days in prison.
(January 13, 2013) Furlong was arrested in Los Angeles, California on suspicion of domestic violence (the third such accusation to hit him since 2012). He was detained at the Men's Central Jail from January 14 to February 2 before finally being released on $31,000 bail.
Has stated in several interviews that his performance in Little Odessa (1994) is his personal favorite.
Can play the piano and the guitar.
(August 17, 2010) His estranged wife, Rachael Bella, obtained a temporary restraining order against him.
Edward and his wife, Rachael Bella, became the parents of a boy, Ethan Page Furlong, on September 21, 2006. Ethan weighed in at 7 lbs. 7 oz.
Of Mexican descent on his mother's side. His mother's name is Eleanor Tafoya Torres. Furlong is Eleanor's stepfather's last name. She never told Edward who his father was, only that the man was of Russian descent.
Rated #69 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars".
During the shooting of Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), his voice changed and he had to loop all of his lines in quite a few scenes. He also grew quite a bit. At the beginning of shooting, he was a few inches smaller than his double and, at the end, he was a little bit taller than him. He even had to stand in a hole during the shooting of some scenes.
Modelled for labels such as "Gap" and Calvin Klein and has advertised for the Japanese food company, "Hot Noodle".
In 1992, he launched a successful music career in Japan and is still extremely popular with Japanese girls today. His debut song "Hold on Tight" even beat Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" to #1 on the Japanese charts.
(September 25, 2001) Arrested by police in West Hollywood, California, in two separate incidents: 1. for driving without a license 2. for DUI and causing a car wreck (just four hours after the first incident).
Former girlfriend and manager Jacqueline Louise Domac went to court in 1999 to request 15% of Furlong's earnings for the past three years, charging abuse and breach of contract.
He reprised his Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) character John Connor for the theme park attraction T2-3D, a short film filmed in a new 3-D process that makes the film really appear to jump out at you.
I had a hard time going back to school after T2. I really didn't want to go to private school.
It hasn't been a totally smooth road, but in the whole span of things I feel like a very lucky person.
I know a lot of people my age are still trying to figure out what to do, and I consider myself lucky that I can make a living doing something that I truly enjoy.
Detroit was kind of a random thing where it was like a chance to be in a rock 'n' roll movie.
If I was in a room with a bunch of skinheads talking about racism, then I would be disturbed, but after we finished a take, we were normal people again.
I don't think anyone has a normal family.
Little Odessa (1994). Of all my movies, it's the one that I still really love when I watch it and I'm pretty happy with what I did in that.
Who wants to go to school and be asked for, like, 20 autographs?
Being famous kind of makes you feel like a freak. And you are, in a way.
When [newspapers and magazines] talk about me, it has nothing to do with my career, so I'm like, whatever. Fans are what matters. Fans I like. Those are the people that go to the movies, pay for the tickets and get me the parts.
[1996, on his level of fame] No gun, no bodyguard, cause that would probably freak me out. It's really not that big yet, my fame. Hopefully it will be that big one day.
[1996, Movieline Magazine] I am very, very competitive and ambitious. I would definitely fight hard for a role I believed in. But I will never kiss anybody's ass. No way, man, I would say to Quentin Tarantino, 'Hey, man, pretty awesome', but I wouldn't be like 'Hey, man, let me do one of your movies', even if to do one of his movies would be totally trippy.
[on filming The Grass Harp (1995)] Definitely a troubled shoot. I'm kind of judgemental because I read the book and that was so beautifully written, I really don't know too much about the trouble, except that the director wasn't really getting along with the studio. They just didn't click. It was a weird shoot.
[1996, on landing Before and After (1996)] Barbet (Schroeder) and I met two years ago in an office, and, at the time, he was seeing everybody. It was the role, out of all the scripts I have read, that I really wanted the most. It was almost like such a great part that you don't even have to act to look great on film. Two years later, I got a call from my agent that the movie was on again and that Barbet wanted me and that was that.
(1996, Movieline Magazine) If the career doesn't work out, I'll definitely go to college and try another line of work. If that doesn't pan out, I can always go shoot up and be a rock star.
I've always liked women. But I don't want somebody who likes me because I'm famous. I like girls who are intelligent and who are kind of quiet like me.
I never thought I'd reach 21. I used to feel that was old, but growing old doesn't scare me anymore. I just want to have done something super special and have had someone to do it with.
I enjoy playing people that are totally different than me. It's a challenge to get inside these people's heads and wonder why they would have these beliefs.