Tom Towles Net Worth

Tom Towles was born on March 20, 1950 in  Chicago, Illinois, United States, is Actor, Writer. A character player, often playing scumbags or obnoxious men, who worked for more than a decade in Chicago theatre before establishing himself in films and TV beginning in the late 80s, often in lower-budget fare. Tom Towles drifted into acting after serving in the Marine Corps. Although he made an isolated appearance in a bit role in Dog Day Afternoon (1975) with Al Pacino, he returned to Chicago and became a member of the Organic Theatre Company appearing in numerous productions and often collaborating on the writing as well. Towles also acted with the prestigious Goodman Theatre there. It was 1985 before Towles was again in front of the cameras, this time as a lounge lizard in Pink Nights (1985). The next year, he was the despicable, loathsome Otis in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986). In 1990, Towles played Harry Cooper, the guy everyone else trapped in the farmhouse would most like to sacrifice to the zombies in the remake of Night of the Living Dead (1990). Towles' TV work has been ongoing since he appeared as J.J., the hunted killer in High Mountain Rangers: Pilot (1987), the two-hour pilot for a Robert Conrad series. He was Norman Stoneface, true to his name, in the 1994 Showtime movie Girls in Prison (1994), and also appeared in numerous TV episodes.Other films includes Mad Dog and Glory (1993), Fortress (1992), Bound by Honor (1993), The Rock (1996), Doctor Dolittle (1998) and Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses (2003).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer
Birth Day March 20, 1950
Birth Place  Chicago, Illinois, United States
Died On April 2, 2015(2015-04-02) (aged 65)\nPinellas, Florida, U.S.
Birth Sign Aries
Cause of death Stroke
Occupation Actor
Years active 1971–2008

💰 Net worth: $200,000

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Towles was born on March 20, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois. He had a sister by the name of Kai. Prior to acting, Towles briefly served in the United States Marine Corps.


In 1971, Towles began his acting career in Chicago where he performed as a member of the Organic Theater Company. He made his film debut portraying a minor role as a cop in Dog Day Afternoon (1975). Afterwards, Towles returned to Chicago to continue performing with the Organic Theater Company, as well as performing at the Goodman Theatre. After a decade-long hiatus, Towles returned to the screen in the film, Pink Nights (1985).


Towles died on April 2, 2015, at the age of 65, in a hospital in Pinellas, Florida of complications following a stroke.