Eric Mabius Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Eric Mabius Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Eric Mabius Net Worth: Eric Mabius is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $3 million. Eric Mabius was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in April 1971. He was voted “Most Remarkable Lad” as a senior in high school and studied film at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, Ny. His first film role came in the 1995 independent picture Welcome to the Dollhouse. In television Eric starred as Jeff McCann in the show Eyes from 2005 to 2007. From 2004 to 2009 he had a recurring part as Tim Haspel in The L Word. Among his best known roles was as Daniel Meade in the show Ugly Betty from 2006 to 2010. In 2011 he starred as Julius Berger in the show Outcasts, as well as in 2014 as Oliver in the show Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Mabius starred as Greg McConnell in the film Cruel Intentions in 1999. In 2013 Mabius won a Golden Angel Award in the Chinese American Film Festival for Best Supporting Actor in Shen qi. Eric wed Ivy Sherman in 2006 as well as the couple has two kids together.
April 22, 1971
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Sarah Lawrence College, Amherst Regional High School
Maxfield Elliot, Rylan Jaxson
Elizabeth and Craig Mabius
Glamour Award for Man of The Year
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
The Crow: Salvation, Resident Evil, Cruel Intentions, Welcome to the Dollhouse, Black Circle Boys, The Minus Man, Price Check, wirey spindell, Reeker, A Christmas Wedding, Voodoo Moon, The Journey of August King, Lawn Dogs, Where the Road Meets the Sun, Dancing at the Harvest Moon, Venice Underground, On the Borderline, The Extreme Team, The Job, Tempted, Splendor, Amazing, Nature of the Beast
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, Outcasts, Ugly Betty, The L Word, Eyes
A lot of people say, "Oh, you're that jerk on Ugly Betty (2006)". I don't blame people for having a pop, but I'd like to remind them that I'm not "Daniel Meade" - Interview, 2007.
I'm not very comfortable with (watching my performances). When I watch films or tv that I've done, I get very restless and tend to not sit still. A lot of actors are perfectionists, besides merely being egotists. So I see what I like to change about my performance, as opposed to the things that I tried and seemed to have landed well. Interview, February 22, 2004