Sam Rockwell vs Dana Carvey

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$15 Million
Net worth 2018
$20 Million
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Daly City, California, United States
Residence
Missoula
United States
Country
United States
05/11/1968
BirthDay
02/06/1955
1.75 m
Height
1.73 m
Education
San Francisco State University, Carlmont High School, College of San Mateo, Tierra Linda Junior High
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2015

Since 2015, he has been playing a voice role in the animated web series ‘F is for Family

2013

Rockwell has also gained a lot of popularity for his role in the 2013 comedy drama film ‘The Way, Way Back’

2012

Rockwell's role in the 2012 film 'Seven Psychopaths' was also widely appreciated

2010

Sam Rockwell’s role in the 2010 legal drama ‘Conviction’ can be considered one of the most significant works of his career

2009

Sam Rockwell also earned appreciation for his performance in the 2009 science fiction film 'Moon

2003

His popularity increased with his roles in films such as 'Matchstick Men' (2003), 'The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford' (2007), and 'Choke' (2008)

2002

He played the most significant lead role of his career in the 2002 film 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind'

1994

After playing minor roles in films such as 'Somebody to Love' (1994), 'Glory Daze' (1995) and 'Mercy' (1995), he gained recognition after playing a main role in the 1996 comedy drama 'Box of Moonlight'

1990

The other projects he appeared in during the late 1990s include 'Jerry and Tom' (1998), 'The Green Mile' (1999) and 'Galaxy Quest' (1999)

1989

Sam Rockwell made his film debut with a role in the 1989 horror film 'Clownhouse'

1968

Sam Rockwell was born on 5th November 1968, in Daly City, California

2011

He also appeared in a cameo in the 2011 American comedy movie ‘Jack and Jill’

2008

Over the next decade, he kept his appearances to a minimum which included a brief reprisal of the role of Garth, opposite Mike Myers, on the 2008 MTV Movie Awards

2002

In 2002, he wrote ‘The Master of Disguise’, a sophomoric comedy which was universally panned by critics but received good response from the young viewers

1996

In 1996, his show ‘The Dana Carvey Show’ premiered on ABC and was expected to be a hit

1994

His first lead role came in the film ‘Opportunity Knocks’, a generic comedy which failed to connect with audiences, as did his other films such as, ‘Clean Slate’ (1994) and ‘Trapped in Paradise’ (1994)

1993

In 1993, he left ‘Saturday Night Live’ after seven years to pursue a career in the movies

1992

While starring on the big screen, he returned to television frequently, most notably with repeat appearances as himself on ‘The Larry Sanders Show’ (1992–98)

1986

In 1986, Dana Carvey joined the cast of ‘Saturday Night Live’ (SNL) as one of its featured artists

1984

Thereafter, he starred in minor roles in movies such as ‘This is Spinal Tap’ (1984) and ‘Racing with the Moon’ (1984)

1983

In 1983, Dana Carvey entered into wedlock with Paula Zwagerman, and they have two sons, Dex and Thomas

1982

In 1982, he landed a role in the NBC sitcom ‘One of the Boys’

1981

In 1981, he moved to Los Angeles to make a fortune in Hollywood

1979

In 1979, he married Leah but the marriage lasted only a year

1977

In 1977, he won the San Francisco stand up competition after graduating from San Francisco State University with a degree in communications

1973

In 1973, he graduated from Carlmount High School and began to perform as a stand-up comedian in the San Francisco bay area

1955

Dana Thomas Carvey was born on June 2, 1955 in Missoula, Montana, to William and Billie Carvey; both his parents were school teachers