Paulo Costanzo Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Paulo Costanzo Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Paulo Costanzo Net Worth: Paulo Costanzo is a Canadian performer that has a net worth of $4 million. He’s famous for his parts in the 2000 comedy Road Trip, the sitcom Joey and as Evan R. Lawson in the present USA Network show Royal Pains. Costanzo became interested in performing at a very young age as well as in secondary school starred as Tony in a production of West Side Story (1961). He made his first television appearance having a guest character on Ready or Not, a Canadian drama series about two best friends faced with ordinary adolescent problems. More television work followed, including playing opposite Dabney Coleman in the made-for-television film My Date with the President’s Daughter as well as a recurring character on the science fiction series Animorphs.
The next year, Costanzo played the snobby and flamboyant supervisor of the titular group in Josie and the Pussycats. The movie had not been a success. Costanzo revealed his edgier side in the independent drama Gypsy 83 as a college frat boy who shares an onscreen kiss having a youthful, midwestern Goth. A high profile television character on the Friends spin off show Joey propelled Costanzo’s career in 2004. He played Michael, the nephew of the precious Friends’ character Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) as well as a geeky bachelor who idolized his uncle’s power to capture girls. After the cancellation of Joey, Costanzo spent many years playing in independent films made in Canada, including a starring character in the comedy Everything’s Gone Green.
September 21, 1978
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Actor, Director, Producer
Balmoral Drive Senior Public School, Mayfield Secondary School
Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Best Male Performance in a Feature
Road Trip, 40 Days and 40 Nights, Splinter, Josie and the Pussycats, Everything's Gone Green, Gypsy 83, A Beginner's Guide to Endings, Scorched, A Problem with Fear, That Burning Feeling, How to Be a Man, Seasons of Love
Royal Pains, Joey, Animorphs, The Expanse, The More Things Change
His character on Royal Pains (2009) was originally written as Hank Lawson's best friend. When Andrew Lenchewski noticed his resemblance to Mark Feuerstein, it inspired him to turn the characters into brothers.
Won a people's choice award for best new comedy. [January 2005]
He is colorblind, and blue is the only color that genuinely pops out at him.
He is terrified of heights, but he went skydiving in 2008 to conquer his fear.
Collects antique typewriters, and he gets them refurbished at the same place as Tom Hanks, who is also an avid collector of typewriters.
Is only six years younger than Drea de Matteo, and eight years younger than Adam Goldberg, who played his mother and father respectively on Joey (2004).
Attended Balmoral Senior Public School in Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Attended Mayfield Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario.
In the years he was attending elementary school Paulo was involved in a car accident in which he broke both of his legs. For years afterwards he kept a jar on his mantle with the staples from his leg in it.
His mother, a singer/artist, introduced him to the arts at a very young age. She supported his choice to pursue acting and even helped him with his audition piece for the theater program at his high school.
Starred as Tony in his high school production of "West Side Story"