|November 5, 1971
|Little Rock, AR
|Corin Nemec age
|52 YEARS OLD
Corin Nemec, recognized primarily as a TV actor in the entertainment industry, is expected to have a net worth of approximately $1.5 million by the year 2024. Hailing from AR, Nemec has carved a niche for himself in the world of television, establishing a successful career over the years. With his notable roles and contributions to various TV shows, Nemec has not only gained recognition but also accumulated a substantial fortune. As his net worth continues to grow, it is evident that Nemec's talent and dedication have played a significant role in his financial success.
Television and film actor since 1983, he is most known for playing Parker Lewis in Fox's sitcom Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Jonas Quinn on Stargate SG-1, Harold Lauder in ABC's miniseries The Stand, and Christian Campbell on Supernatural. He sometimes goes by Corky Nemec.
When he was 13 years old, he fell in love with the film The Goonies and was inspired to become an actor. He began training at the Centre Stage LA theatre company and starred in various commercials. His first role was in 1987 on the television show Sidekick. He then went on to have other television parts and earned an Emmy nomination for his starring role in the made-for-television film I Know My First Name is Steven in 1989. That is when he was cast for Parker Lewis Can't Lose, which he starred in from 1990 to 1993.
In 2013, while shooting in Belize, he was involved in a severe boating accident and almost died from the blood loss from his shattered leg. He was being taxied to the set of SyFy film Poseidon Rex and was replaced in the lead part by television actor Brian Krause due to his life-threatening injury.
His mother was a graphic Artist, Painter, Writer, and a poet, while his father, Joseph Charles Nemec was a production designer in the film industry and counts The Goonies among his credits. His father was the inspiration behind him and his sister, assistant Director Anastacia C. Nemec, entering the film industry. He has two children with his former wife.
He and his close friend, television actor David Faustino, own a production company together and created their web series Star-ving together. They also produce a parody of HBO's Entourage which streams on Crackle.