Stephen Dorff is an American actor, he has a net worth of $12 million. Stephen Dorff has earned his net worth from roles such as Stuart Sutcliffe in Backbeat, in Blade and Blade II as Deacon Frost, and as the character Johnny Marco in the movie Somewhere. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia on July 29, 1973. His father Steve Dorff is a Jewish composer and music producer, Stephen started acting as a child in TV commercials for Kraft and Mattel. Stephen grew up in Los Angeles, where he attended numerous private schools, and got himself expelled for five of them. Early in his career, Dorff made guest appearances on many popular television shows such as Different Strokes, Blossom, Roseanne, and Married With Children. He also appeared in many made of television movies like, In Love and War, the mini-series I Know My First Name is Steven, and What a Dummy.
He landed his first major acting role in the 1987, in a horror film about a boy and his friend who discover a hole in his back yard that leads to hell, the movie was called The Gate. Some of his other notable roles include movies like; Carjacked, Creepers, Brake, and Immortal. Dorff has appeared in two music videos, he appeared in "Cryin'," by Aerosmith, and in "Rollin'," by Limp Bizkit. He has been a presenter at two award ceremonies, The 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards, for MTV Europe, and the 1999 MTV Movie Awards for MTV. In 1999 he received two awards, he won the MTV Movie Award best villain (with others), for the film The Power of One, and for the movie Blade he won the Blockbuster Entertainment Award. The character in Blade that Dorff portrays is Deacon Frost a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Universe, Frost appears in the Blade and the Tomb of Dracula limited series.