Stephen Kramer Glickman Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Stephen Kramer Glickman Net Worth $2 Million
Stephen Kramer Glickman net worth: Stephen Kramer Glickman is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and fashion designer that has a net worth of $2 million. He’s famous for playing the part of Gustavo Rocque to the Nickelodeon television series Big Time Rush. His best known character arrived starring as Gustavo Rocque in the show Big Time Rush from 2009 to 2013. Glickman has appeared as a contestant on the TV series BrainSurge, a panelist on the show Figure It Out, as well as a judge on the show Cupcake Wars. In 2013 he won two Action on Film International Film Festival Awards for Cops Men. Glickman has hosted the most popular YouTube show Equals Three and done voices for the web series Trailer Trash.
March 17, 1979
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Actor, Fashion designer, Comedian, Film Producer
Shorty Award for Fashion
Storks, 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Big Time Movie, The 41 Year Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It, Jeffrey Ross: No Offense
In 1995, Stephen Kramer Glickman starred in the first production of "A Dybbuk, or Between Two Worlds" (adapted from Joachim Neugroschel's translation of the original Yiddish play by S. Ansky; originally produced at the La Jolla Playhouse in La Jolla, California and then produced in New York City at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, 1997), Theatre Communications Group, in 1997.
After wrapping Big Time Movie, Glickman started training with celebrity fitness expert, Eric the Trainer, and started working with the food program, Sunfare. Within 7 months he had lost 88 pounds and went from a 56 waist to a 42 waist and from a 5xl shirt to a 2xl shirt. He continues to workout daily at Powerhouse Gym in Burbank.
He is a stand-up comedian and he played Shrek in the Broadway Workshop and Reading of "Shrek The Musical" for Dreamworks and Sam Mendes. Glickman also played "Larry" in the Jeffrey Ross Comedy Central Special "No Offense".
I really love Gustavo Rocque's clothes. I have always been a huge fan of hip hop clothing and am always checking out brands like Trap House, Diamond, Pink Dolphin to see what they got going on. But during the first season one of my biggest dreams came true when I got Sponsored by LRG because Gustavo wears LRG. I've been sponsored by LRG now for almost four years and they keep me looking fresh on all the big red carpets. That's pretty sick! Also most of the hoodies I wear on the show were hand made one of a kinds just for me by the same people that make Lady Gaga's costumes.
When I first started on the show (Big Time Rush) all my jewelry was fake. Then one day this lady comes to set and shows me the new stuff I will be wearing. I asked if I could take some necklace home because I liked it. She said I couldn't because it costs $150,000. I was like what make you think I won't rob you!!!! Ha ha.
I am proud to announce I have started a new company that is the most exciting thing I've ever worked on. Most people don't know, but when I'm not shooting Big Time Rush, I am producing movies. In the past few years I have produced a pilot called "Small Business" for Comedy Central Digital, I was a producer on the Twilight spoof movie "Breaking Wind" for Lionsgate, and most recently I produced "30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" which got distribution by 20th Century Fox. While making these films I have always run into the same problem when it comes to hiring animals. It's incredibly costly on a small budget to afford to have a dog on set, let alone a zebra. That is why I started Independent Film Animals. This company will help directors and producers get the vision that have worked so hard to achieve without going bankrupt. Our company will provide a wide range of animals for new projects. Whether you need Camels to ride in the desert, Otters to swim in your pool, Pigs to ride in your car or a Kangaroo to sit at your desk, I.F.A. will make your dreams a reality.
The only people more screwed up than comedians are musical theatre actors.
I dated a girl for a while, she was very short and thin and as you know, I'm a huge big guy. We had to walk next to each other when we were walking down the street because if she walked in front of me, it looked like I was hunting her.