Stephen Baldwin Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Stephen Baldwin is an American celebrity, director, producer and writer with a net worth of $500,000 dollars. An actor, director, and producer, Stephen Baldwin is well known for his various movie and television characters, along with for his open support of Christianity. He could be the smaller brother of actor Alec Baldwin.
Stephen Baldwin Net Worth $500,000 Dollars
Produced on May 12, 1966 in Massapequa, ny, Baldwin is well known for his parts in Threesome, The Usual Suspects, Biodome, Fled, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas and much more. In 2010, Baldwin appeared on Celebrity Big Brother and Celebrity Apprentice. Baldwin is noticed for being the most vocal of the Baldwin brothers, all of whom are fellow performers (Alec, Daniel and William). Stephen afterwards played small parts in such ’80s comedies as Kate and Allie and Family Ties before getting his first feature film part in The Beast (1988). Most recently, in the ‘bad boy’ section, Baldwin was detained in Manhattan, New York for having an expired vehicle permit registration in 2014. He wed graphic designer Kennya Baldwin in 1990 as well as the couple had two kids, Alaia (1993) and Hailey (1996). Kennya’s dad is Grammy Award-winning Brazilain musican Eumir Deodato.
May 12, 1966
Massapequa, New York, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Actor, Film Producer, Film director, Model, Writer
Berner High School, American Academy of Dramatic Arts
United States of America
Kennya Baldwin (m. 1990)
Hailey Rhode Baldwin, Alaia Baldwin
Alexander Baldwin, Carol M. Baldwin
Alec Baldwin, William Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, Jane Sasso, Elizabeth Keuchler
“The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas”, “The Usual Suspects”, “Bio-Dome”, “The Flyboys”, "The Usual Suspects" (1995), "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" (2000), "Dead Awake" (2000), "The Mole" (2002), "Faith of Our Fathers" (2015)
“The Young Riders”, "Celebrity Big Brother", “Threesome”, “Last Exit to Brooklyn”, "Baldwin/McCullough Radio", “Celebrity Mole Hawaii”, “Celebrity Apprentice”, “I’m Celebrity...Get Met out of Here!”
Was one of the Hollywood celebrity supporters of Donald Trump during the 2016 Presidential elections. Ironically, at the same time, his brother Alec Baldwin parodied Trump in several Saturday Night Live (1975) sketches.
Release of his novel, "The Death and Life of Gabriel Phillips" by Stephen with Mark Tabb. 
Release of his book, "The Unusual Suspect: My Calling to the New Hardcore Movement of Faith" by Stephen with Mark Tabb. 
Upper Grandview, New York [August 2005]
Currently lives with wife and two children in upstate New York. Is producer of extreme skateboarding Christian ministry called LIVINIT. Currently on tour with LIVINIT Christian ministry. [May 2005]
Second time in the Celebrity version of the Mole-Yucatan [January 2004]
Currently traveling as a speaker with Teen Mania Ministries to help bring Christ into the lives of teenagers throughout the nation. Working to produce an extreme skateboard movie featuring Christian athletes. [January 2004]
A contestant in 'Celebrity Big Brother' in the UK. [January 2010]
Has 17 tattoos, including a small "HM" for Hannah Montana (2006). He got that tattoo in order to convince Miley Cyrus to give him a guest role on the show. But he never appeared on the show.
Filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York on July 21, 2009.
His Rockland County, New York home has been foreclosed upon and will be auctioned on June 24, 2009.
Endorsed Mike Huckabee as his choice for Republican candidate in the 2008 presidential election.
Was baptized a Roman Catholic, but became a born-again Christian in the Evangelical church shortly after the September 11 attacks. Since converting, he has been on missions to evangelize the youth of the nation through projects such as The Breakthrough Ministry, which involves skateboarding and extreme sports and Christian rock concerts.
Was cast in Ty Murray's Celebrity Bull Riding Challenge (2007) and was among nine celebrities cast on the show. In the very first episode, Baldwin was injured after taking a bad fall from a bull, breaking his shoulder blade and cracking a rib. Under doctor's orders, he had to give up going to Nashville and left the show in the second episode. He returned for the last episode in Nashville to support the other riders and was given a rodeo buckle by Ty Murray, along with the other riders, for his attempt.
Resides in the village of Nyack, New York, with his wife, Kennya, and their family. In 2006, he launched a campaign to prevent an adult bookstore from opening on the outskirts of the village.
[on the protesters he witnessed while staying in the Trump Hotel on Nov. 9, 2016] It really freaked me out because I can be all happy or excited about the outcome, but then it was like a wave of reality to say there's folks out there that still don't agree with all this, I saw a lot of young people out there that you can see, it was a lot of the messaging from the media that was driving their anger and I'm just going to be praying that everybody comes together and really gives Mr. Trump an opportunity to do the right thing and create the change for even those people who doubted him.
[on the 2016 presidential election] Before the election, I said, 'Let's focus on who's the right person. That decision has been made. Now we have to do our best to just continue to positively try to do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
"You would do far more good if you just preached the gospel of Jesus rather than trying to get rid of Third World debt relief" - On Bono's crusade against poverty in Africa.
Getting movies made is not as difficult as people think. Making movies is easy. You get a script, you get a director, you raise the money, you make the movie.
"When I was younger I wanted to be in the loop and pimp around town with the big shots and supermodels and all that crap. These days, though, I'd rather ride my motorcycle during the day, then have my kid chase me around the living room with a broom when I get home. I don't feel the need to feed my ego the way I used to." - 1998.
"I thought Bio-Dome (1996) was pretty cool. I had fun making it and I'm a huge Pauly Shore fan. I'd go to his movies and be on the floor of the aisle, convulsing with laughter. And, in the meantime, my wife would sit in her chair, saying, 'Honey, what's wrong with him?' She just didn't get it. But Bio-Dome (1996) was whack. Now I get all these seven- and 12-year-old kids coming up to me on the street, saying, 'Yo, dude! You rule.' That was what I wanted, for those guys to dig me" - On Bio-Dome (1996).
"I called Alec up and said, 'I'm going to do a comedy with Pauly Shore where we play two stoners trapped in a biosphere. My brother replied, 'I think that is the single most career-ending decision you can possibly make.'" - On Bio-Dome (1996).
"I don't care what reviewers think. If somebody hates a performance of mine, I kind of get a kick out of it. It amuses me when critics take something so irrelevant as a movie so seriously. Movies are silly. They're entertainment. For someone to take time out of his own life and sit down and dissect a movie...What's the point?" - 1998.