Tom Everett Scott Net Worth 2017, Biography & Wiki
Tom Everett Scott Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Tom Everett Scott Net Worth: Tom Everett Scott is an American movie, theater and television celebrity who has a net worth of $3 million. Tom acted in high school plays, but failed to plan to continue playing after high he graduated. Scott enrolled in communications at Syracuse University in 1988 and during his sophomore year went down to the theatre and saw folks “jumping around being idiots — and I thought, ‘This is my dwelling. This is really where I should be.'” His famous movie work carries a starring role as drummer Guy Patterson in the movie That Thing You Do! (1996) and as detective Russell Clarke in Southland. Also of note are his parts in the movie An American Werewolf in Paris (1997) as well as Dead Man on Campus (1998). Scott also co-starred with Kate Capshaw and Tom Selleck in The Love Letter (1999). Scott went to land a recurring character on the television series ER (2002–2003). Scott starred in Saved (2006), a medical-drama show and appeared as among Mandy Moore’s boyfriends in the comedy film Because I Said So (2007). Scott appeared in a Broadway-theater production as the closeted film star Mitchell Green in the comedy The Little Dog Laughed and as Zip in a Off Broadway production of The Country Club. In 2008, he starred as Jack Cutting on the ABC television network’s short comedy-drama show Cashmere Mafia.
He is the son of Cynthia (Pierce) and William Joseph Scott. Tom is of mostly English ancestry, along with Scottish, German, and Irish roots. His ancestry includes both recent immigrants, and family lines that have lived in the United States since the 1600s.
Graduated from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York with a BA in Drama in 1992
Came in 3rd in a World Poker Tour (2003) event, so far being the only "celebrity" to make it to a WPT final table
In 2005, he appeared at the L.A. Ahmanson Theatre stage production of "Dead End," a rare revival of the 1932 Depression-era play that takes place along New York's East River. In the play, the entire orchestra pit was filled with 11,000 gallons of water to recreate the site. The play cost a reported $3 million.
In the 2003 off-Broadway play "Touch," Scott's character opened the show with a 30-minute monologue.
During auditions for That Thing You Do! (1996), Tom Hanks was opposed to hiring Tom (Everett Scott), because of the the fact that Scott could've passed for Hanks 15 years ago. It wasn't until Hanks' wife Rita Wilson saw the audition tape, and decided he was cute, so, Hanks decided to risk hiring Scott.
Fame looks like a really hairy affair. But if it's part of the job, I'll figure out a way to deal with it.