Eric Stonestreet Net Worth and salary: Eric Stonestreet is an American actor who has a net worth of $13 million. Eric Stonestreet was born September 9, 1971 in Kansas City, Kansas. He is best known for his role as Cameron Tucker on the ABC comedy Modern Family, which garnered him two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series (and a third nomination). Eric Stonestreet graduated from Kansas State University in 1996. He performed in local plays and dabbled in the Chicago improv scene before moving to Los Angeles to pursue further opportunities as an actor. Stonestreet has since appeared in numerous television and film projects. He made his screen debut in a 1999 episode of Dharma and Greg and his film debut in Almost Famous the following year. He also played Dr. Benson in Girls Will Be Girls, Ed the Trucker in The Island and Courtney's Neighbor in Ninja Cheerleaders. In 2007, Stonestreet appeared in the short film "Vinny's Vault," which was produced during the reality show On the Lot and in Identity Thief as Big Chuck, as well as Bad Teacher as Kirk. Starting in 2001 he held a recurring role on the crime series CSI, appearing as lab technician Ronnie Litre. He also landed parts in shows such as ER, Crossing Jordan, Pushing Daisies and The Mentalist. His big break came when he was cast in Modern Family, which he joined in 2009. His portrayal of the carefree and somewhat flamboyant Cameron Tucker earned him strong critical acclaim and two Emmys. In 2013, he appeared in a series of advertisements for Australian retail store Big W and in the fall of that same year Stonestreet played the Fan Coach in the AT&T Be A Fan commercial series that ran during the college football season. He also appeared in a Mastercard/Stand Up 2 Cancer commercial as himself. In 2014, he performed in Weird Al Yankovic's music video for Tacky, a parody of Pharrell Williams' "Happy."
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Date of Birth
Sep 9, 1971
United States of America
6 ft (1.85 m)
Eric Allen Stonestreet
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