Wilson Cruz Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Wilson Cruz Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Wilson Cruz Net Worth: Wilson Cruz is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Cruz’ parents supported his fascination with the theatre and at age seven Wilson started appearing in plays, among them Cradle of Fire, Supporting Cast, Becoming Memories as well as The Roar of the Greasepaint… in addition to several Shakespearean productions on both shores. He made his television debut in 1991 to the show, Great Scott!, in the recurring character of Jonathan, an obnoxious choirboy. The part of Rickie Vasquez on My So-Called Life is his first character as a series regular. In his (rare) free time, Wilson discovers relaxation in playing the saxophone and likes to collect classic black and white photographs of celebrities. He respects the work of Tom Hanks and Robert De Niro. At age 19, Cruz came out to his parents as homosexual, first to his mom and then his dad. Initially shocked, his mom eventually accepted the news. His dad, however, threw him from your house and Cruz spent the the next couple of months living in his car and at the houses of buddies. He later reconciled with his dad. Cruz is openly homosexual and supports LGBT and other gay rights causes.
December 27, 1973
Brooklyn, New York, USA
5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Eisenhower High School
ALMA Award for Emerging Actor in a Television Series, GLAAD Media Visibilidad Award
Party Monster, The People I've Slept With, Coffee Date, Supernova, He's Just Not That Into You, The Skinny, All Over Me, Bam Bam and Celeste, Convincing Clooney, Meth Head, The Ode, Joyride, Slip Away, Johns, Dinner at 40
Red Band Society, Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World, Noah's Arc, My So-Called Life
He was awarded the 1997 Drama Logue Award for Performance for "Rent" in the Center Theatre Group production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
He was awarded the 1998 Los Angeles Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Featured Actor in a Musical for "Rent" in a Center Theatre Group production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Filmed a Public Service Announcement to raise awareness for the issue of homelessness among gay teens in which he revealed that he was kicked out of his house as a teen when he told his family that he was gay. His character on My So-Called Life (1994) went through an almost-identical storyline.
Attached to play Angel in a television mini series based on the Broadway musical Rent, with Neil Patrick Harris as Mark Cohen, Rikki Lee Travolta as Roger Davis, and singer Shakira as Mimi, but the rights were pulled in order for Chris Columbus to make a film adaptation using much of the original Broadway cast including Wilson Jermaine Heredia in the role of Angel.