What is Eric Stonestreet's Net Worth in 2021? Here is the Complete Breakdown!
Learn All The Details On Eric Stonestreet's Net Worth in 2021!!
Eric Stonestreet is an American actor best known for playing Cameron Tucker on the ABC sitcom Modern Family. His performance on Modern Family has earned him two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and three nominations.
Stonestreet recently got engaged to his long-time girlfriend, Lindsay Schweitzer. Besides his personal life, we'll learn in detail about Eric's professional life.
What is Eric Stonestreet's Net Worth in 2021?
Eric Stonestreet has a net worth of $23 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. The main show that has contributed to his growing net worth is Modern Family. As per reliable sources, from 2014 to 2018, Eric received a salary of $500 thousand from his work in that series.
Moreover, Eric also won an Emmy for the show, and it also won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance for three tears in a row - 2011, 2012 and 2013. These back-to-back awards would not have been possible without his legendary contribution.
Eric Stonestreet is an American actor best known for playing Cameron Tucker on the ABC sitcom Modern Family.
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In 2002, Eric paid $540,000 for a home in Valley Village, California, and in 2008, he paid $735,000 for a 1,635-square-foot home in Studio City. He listed Studio City for $1.099million in 2016, and it sold for $1.1 million a few months later.
Eric Stonestreet Career Highlights
Eric Stonestreet relocated to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, and in 1999, he appeared as a guest star on ABC'sDharma & Greg. He made his feature film debut as a hostel desk clerk in the critically acclaimed film Almost Famous, appeared on the game show I've Got a Secret.
Eric Stonestreet relocated to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, and in 1999, he appeared as a guest star on ABC's Dharma & Greg.
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Stonestreet also appeared as a guest star on Malcolm in the Middle, Party of Five, ER, and Soin City. He then appeared on The West Wing, Greg the Bunny, and Providence before beginning a 12-episode stint as Q.D. technician Ronnie Litre on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
In 2003, Eric starred in the feature films F.A.T. and Girls Will Be Girls and the short film Street of Pain, and in 2004 he appeared in Straight-Jacket and Knuckle Sandwich.Stonestreet appeared alongside Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson in Michael Bay's 2005 film The Island, grossing $162.9 million at the box office.
Stonestreet then appeared in the 2006 television film 13 Graves and the 2007 film Stories USA and the TV series Crossing Jordan, Bones, American Dad and On the Lot. He also starred in The Mentalist, Pushing Daisies, and NCIS in 2008.
Eric had a very good year in 2009, appearing in Monk, Scare Tactics and Nip/Tuck and landing the role of a lifetime: openly gay stay-at-home dad Cameron Cam Tucker on Modern Family. Throughout 11 seasons, the show aired 250 episodes and won over 100 awards.
Stonestreet also voiced for The Secret Life of Pets and The Secret Life of Pets 2, which grossed $875.5 million and $430 million, respectively, at the box office. He appeared as a guest judge on America's Got Talent auditions in 2020, filling in for Heidi Klum when she was out sick.
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