Thomas Ian Nicholas Net Worth

Thomas Ian Nicholas is an American musician, actor, writer, producer, and director who has a net worth of around $3 million. Thomas Ian Nicholas started his professional acting career while still in elementary school in the late 80s. He is best known for starring as Henry Rowengartner in the 1993 film “Rookie of the Year” and featured as Kevin Myers in the “American Pie” franchise (1999–2012).

Thomas has more than 50 acting credits to his name including the films “The Lost Tree” (2016), “A Kid in King Arthur’s Court” (1995), “Adverse” (2021), “Halloween: Resurrection” (2002), “Please Give” (2010), “L.A. D.J.” (2004), and “The Chicago 8” (2010). He also featured in the television series “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” (1993; 1995), “Red Band Society” (2014), “Married… with Children” (1989), and “Party of Five” (2000).

Thomas Ian Nicholas Net Worth

He has directed and co-written several films and television series. Thomas Ian Nicholas has also released the albums “Without Warning Acoustic” (2009), “Frat Party” (2017), “Without Warning” (2008), “Heroes Are Human” (2010), and the EPs “Tnb” (2012) and “Security” (2014). Notably, his single “My Generation” featured on the “American Reunion” soundtrack in 2012.

Thomas Ian Nicholas Early Life And Career

Thomas Ian Nicholas was born in Las Vegas on July 10, 1980. His mother, Maria, was the administrator of an acting school for professional dancers. Thomas and his brother Tim co-starred in the 2004 film “L.A. D.J.,” which they had written together.

Nicholas made his TV debut in a 1988 episode of “Who’s the Boss?” where he played a young version of Tony Danza’s character. Later, he guest-starred in “Married… with Children” (1989), “Sisters” (1991), “Baywatch” (1989), and “Harry and the Hendersons” (1991). His first film was the 1992″Radio Flyer,” and that year he appeared in the TV movies “When No One Would Listen” and “The Fear Inside.”

In 1993, Thomas played the lead role of Henry Rowengartner in the film “Rookie of the Year.” Later, he starred as Calvin Fuller in 1995’s “A Kid in King Arthur’s Court” together with 1997’s “A Kid in Aladdin’s Palace.”

He guest-starred on “The Tony Danza Show” (1997), “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” (1993; 1995), “Chicken Soup for the Soul” (1999), and “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show” (1998).

In 1999, Thomas Ian Nicholas became a star thanks to the role he got of Kevin Myers in the comedy “American Pie.” That film was a major hit that grossed $235.5 million against an $11 million budget, and Nicholas reprised his role in “American Wedding” (2003), “American Pie 2” (2001), and “American Reunion” (2012).

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In 2000, Thomas Ian Nicholas has a recurring role as Todd Marsh on the Fox drama “Party of Five”. Also, he guest-starred on the Canadian series “Twice in a Lifetime.” He also co-starred with Jamie Lee Curtis in “Halloween: Resurrection,” which was the eighth film in the “Halloween” franchise. Then, he appeared in “L.A. D.J.” (2004), “Sherman’s Way” (2008), “The Rules of Attraction” (2002), “National Lampoon Presents Cattle Call” (2006), and “Life Is Hot in Cracktown” (2009).

Over the years, Thomas Ian Nicholas has featured in many other films and won many awards and nominations.

He married Colette Marino (aka DJ Colette) on January 3, 2007, and the couple welcomed son Nolan in October 2011 and daughter Zoë in April 2016. Sadly, the couple separated in September 2019, and Marino filed for divorce in May 2022 due to “irreconcilable differences.” Nicholas had directed Collette’s 2013 music video “Best of Days.”

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