Thomas Ian Nicholas Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Thomas Ian Nicholas Net Worth $3 Million
Thomas Ian Nicholas net worth: Thomas Ian Nicholas is an American celebrity, musician, producer, writer, and director that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Thomas Ian Nicholas was born in Vegas, Nevada, and started his professional performing career while he was still in elementary school in the late 80s. He’s most commonly recognized for his work as Kevin Myers in the “American Pie” franchise. Along with his performing career, he started playing guitar when he was 14, and has released two albums and one EP. His tune, “My Generation”, was featured about the “American Reunion” soundtrack.
His paternal grandfather was of Italian descent. His other ancestry is German, Irish, and English.
2012 "TNB" released a self titled EP of 6 songs, including "My Generation" which is on the "American Reunion" soundtrack. Available on iTunes. (Thomas Nicholas Band).
Released 3rd album "Heroes Are Human" June 1, 2010. Available on iTunes (Thomas Nicholas Band).
Due to so many fan requests, Thomas released "Without Warning" acoustic album in 2009. Available on iTunes. (Thomas Nicholas).
Released his album "Without Warning" on January 15, 2008.
Toured acoustically and with his band, "Thomas Nicholas Band" throughout the US and cities in Europe from 2008-2011. Band members included Thai Long Ly (bass), Shay Godwin (drums) and Rob Leifer (lead guitar).
Had a band named "the T.I.N. Men": Thomas Ian Nicholas (vocals, guitar); Keith Catlow (bass); Cameron Vodegel (drums). Debut Album released 14 September 1999 titled "Something More".
[on sharing an exact birthday with fellow singer-actress Jessica Simpson] It's an honor when people say that I must be what her twin brother would look like, if she had one. We've never collaborated, however - and quite honestly, I'm not sure we resemble each other closely enough to warrant the comparison.
[on American Reunion (2012)] This movie gives us permission to be juvenile in a way the real world doesn't let us be. As actors, how great is it to go back and act like stupid twelve-year-olds again?