Caleb Thomas Net Worth

Caleb Thomas was born, is Actor, Stunts, Miscellaneous Crew. Caleb Thomas grew up in a tiny town named Concrete, Washington formally known as Cement City. He began acting at age 3 when he performed at school and church. Caleb did not know anyone in Los Angeles before moving to Hollywood but boldly found his way and soon signed with a veteran manager then booking the first professional audition of his life, as the lead in the film The Interrogation. Caleb's performance in his second film Mrs.Sweeney, a drama speaking out against child abuse, led to his nomination for Best Performance by a Male in the 35th Young Artist Awards. After guest starring on Modern Family, he shocked audiences at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in the new frontier exhibitions film Perspective enlightening people on indecent assault. After Starring in Nickelodeons first digital series Chase Champion, Caleb spent two months filming in Spain as the lead in Nickelodeons Lost In The West trilogy He has appeared on Dr. Phil for his film work with the FBI Child ID App and PSA's about bullying and child neglect and immigration Known for his work performing younger ages in Film and Tv, Caleb has been featured in Music Videos with Lupe Fiasco, Isac Elliot, Alison Wonderland, A-Trak, Watsky, Low Fat Get High, Saint Asonia, Connections, and Spider Bags, as well lending his voice in video games including Disney Infinity.
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1869

He was born in Montville, Connecticut. He prepared for college at Wilbraham Academy in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. He then attended Wesleyan University, where he graduated in 1869. He remained at Wesleyan, where he was librarian until 1873, professor of rhetoric and English literature until 1890, and simply professor of English literature after that. During 1880-81 he studied in Leipzig, Germany. He was noted for the quality of his lectures.

1872

He married Julia Stackpole Smith in 1872. She died in 1877, and he married Alice Goodwin Smith in 1880.