David Krumholtz is an American actor who has a net worth of $6 million. David Krumholtz has earned his net worth for roles such as professor Charlie Eppes in the television series Numb3rs, and from major movies such as Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantamo Bay, The Santa Clause, and the sequel Santa Clause 2. In the Santa Clause movie and it sequel part 2 he played the character of the sarcastic head elf Bernard, a role that made him well-known among children.
David was born in Queens, New York on May 15, 1978. His mother Judy moved from Hungary to the U.S. in 1956, she was a dental assistant, and his father was a postal worker named Michael Krumholtz. He grew up in a Jewish, working class family who were almost poor. He started his acting career at age 13, playing the role of Young Charlie opposite Judd Hirsch, Tony Shalhoub, and Jason Biggs, in the Broadway production of Conversations with My Father in 1992.
His next two featured films were Life With Mickey, where he co-starred opposite Michael J. Fox, and Adams Family Values opposite Christina Ricci, both movies were filmed in 1993. He was nominated for the Young Artist Award in 1993 for his role in Life With Mickey. His first TV role came about in 1994, where he co-starred with Henry Winkler on the series Monty, Krumholtz was only 16 years of age. After that he appeared on the show Chicago Sons, with Jason Bateman, The Closer with Tom Selleck, The Trouble with Normal with Jon Cryer and The Lyon's Den with Rob Lowe. In 2005 he finally found television success with his role on the TV series Numb3rs. In addition he has made several memorable guest appearances on ER, Law & Order, Undeclared, Lucky, and Freaks and Geeks. Some of the other films he has appeared in include The Ice Storm, Slums of Beverly Hills, 10 things I hate about You, and Liberty Heights. He married actress Vanessa Britting on May 22, 2010