Ethan Embry is an actor of movie and television that has a net worth of $3 million. Ethan Embry earned his net worth through his years as an actor in movies such as National Lampoons Vacation and Can’t Hardly Wait. Ethan started his performing career in the early age of 13, and was cast in a number of movies through the 90’s. As a kid he was a competitive gymnast and took sixth place in the California Gymnastics Tournament. He also enjoyed singing, dancing and is currently performing in the group, Southern Comfort Colonic, along with his brother Aaron.
Ethan Embry Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Ethan plays the piano, bass and guitar. Ethan was born in Huntington Beach, California in 1978 and has an older brother, Aaron and a younger sister, Kessia. They share one kid Cogeian Sky Embrey. One child married his second wife, Sunny Mabrey in 2005. One child often loves doing his own stunt work in his films. In 1992 he was awarded the very best Young Performer Award for his performance in the motion picture “Dutch” opposite Ed O’Neill.
At the age of 22, Ethan had already appeared in many TV and radio commercials, movies (including doing his own stunts in one), produced and directed a short film (at the age of 13), co-produced another film, married, and become a father.
Produced an unreleased movie titled "Taken" with his White Squall (1996) co-star and friend, Jeremy Sisto, and a friend of Embry's was to direct it
Is the owner of many pets (in 1998, he had five cats and eight dogs).
(December 10, 1999) Amelinda Smith gave birth to their son, Cogeian coming from the Latin word cogeo meaning "to think over" while Ethan Embry's 1993 A Far Off Place (1993) was still airing.
(November 14, 1998) Married actress Amelinda Smith (auditioned to play "Stacy" in the CBS sitcom Work with Me (1999), but Emily Rutherfurd landed the role - Ethan read Amelinda's script, liked it, auditioned and snagged the role of "Sebastian").
Won 6th place in a California gymnastics tournament at the age of 10 (one can see Ethan doing back flips in Can't Hardly Wait (1998), right after the scene where someone calls Mike Dexter a fag).
If did go back to school, I would want to learn another aspect of the entertainment industry like to become a producer or an agent, you need a law degree.
I went to public school for like, one day. I don't get it. Everybody tries to be exactly the same. I think being an outsider is a good thing.
When I finish a film, I like to drastically change my appearance. I get sick of looking at the same thing in the mirror for months at a time. So when a film's over, I'll do something like shave my head.
Donner likes what he does and enjoys being on a set. He doesn't have to do it, its not like he has to make the rent. When I get to be his age and still enjoy what I'm doing like him, I'd be lucky.
The first The Matrix (1999) genius, the second one, what's up with the dancing? I haven't even seen the third one.
I always play these rodent type characters - skittish and hyper like a chipmunk. It's a complete act though. I'm a very normal person.
You just have to do your own thing, no matter what anyone says. It's your life.
For me, I've always taken being on a set as my school, because I've been working since I was ten.
[on Ed O'Neill] He's like my dad. He taught me everything.
[From an article with the cast of Can't Hardly Wait (1998)] "I was home-schooled. But going to high school, I never would've been able to travel the U.S. or been able to do acting".
Real love is more than a physical feeling. If there's even the slightest doubt in your head about a guy, then forget about it. It's not real.
Everybody tries to be exactly the same. I think being an outsider is a good thing.
You can't think about things you want to change. Just be yourself.