Zach Galligan Net Worth

Zach Galligan Net Worth is
$500 Thousand

Zach Galligan Biography

Zach Galligan Net Worthy of: Zach Galligan can be an American actor who includes a net worthy of of $500 thousand. He reprised his function as Billy Peltzer in the 1990 sequel Gremlins 2: THE BRAND NEW Batch. Galligan graduated from Columbia University. He includes a sister, Jessica. In 1984 he starred as Billy Peltzer in the film Gremlins. From 1986 to 1987 Galligan starred as Hickey in it mini-series The Lawrenceville Tales. His parents got divorced when he was just 3 years old. He includes a sister as his just siblings. Galligan has made an appearance in episodes of it series Tales from the Crypt, Pacific Blue, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Female, The Love Boat: ANOTHER Wave, Celebrity Trek: Voyager, THE WEB, 7th Heaven, and Law & Purchase: Criminal Intent. Zach Galligan can be an actor. Discussing his personal existence, he has been wedded or not continues to be unclear for his visitors. His father is an attorney whose name can be Arthur Galligan. In 1990 he reprised the part of Billy Peltzer for Gremlins 2: THE BRAND NEW Batch.He’s an acting instructor and screenwriter too. He offers three brothers and a sister. As an actor he spends quality amount of time in self-grooming and in addition keeps himself popular forward sense. Zach offers acted in many movies. Zach Galligan can be a married guy. He got wedded with Ling Ingerick. However the few got divorced this year 2010, just five years once they got wedded in 2005. He offers been enjoying his just work at his greatest and in addition earning quite enough cash from his profession but still he offers been counted among among the richest superstars of Hollywood. She functions for the hedge fund. There is a misunderstanding between this few leading to them to divorce. There is absolutely no more info about his affairs in sociable sites and you can find no rumors of him. A global known Actor Zach Galligan born on Fri, February 14, 1964

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Quick Facts

Full NameZach Galligan
Net Worth$500 Thousand
Date Of BirthFebruary 14, 1964
Height1.77 m
EducationColumbia University
SpouseLing Ingerick
ParentsCarol Jean, Arthur John Galligan
SiblingsJessica Galligan
MoviesGremlins, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Waxwork, Hatchet III, Waxwork II: Lost in Time, Nothing Lasts Forever, All Tied Up, Cyborg 3: The Recycler, Warlock: The Armageddon, Mortal Passions, G-Men from Hell, Let Them Chirp Awhile, Raw Nerve, Surviving: A Family in Crisis, Tomorrow Man, Point Doom, Legion of the Dead, The First to Go, Round Trip To Heaven, Storm Trooper, Infested, Momentum, Gabriela, Ice, Cupid, Rising Storm, Jacobo Timerman: Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number, Little Insects, The Storytellers, Invasion of the Not Quite Dead, The Pack, Rebel Storm

Interesting Facts

1 Actor, acting teacher, and screenwriter living in New York City.
2 Auditioned for parts in both "Taps" and "Tempest," but didn't get hired for either film.
3 He's the second of four children.
4 Ironically, he and his character Eric Rhodes from Cupid (1997) had February 14 (Valentine's Day) as their birthday.
5 Parents divorced when Zach was 3 years old. Father is a lawyer.


1 Every time I think about Waxwork I think about shooting the ending because it was just total chaos. It was good fun and it was kinda silly. I think we shot the ending, closer towards the end of the filming so it was very fitting. I would say that was super fun.
2 [on Waxwork] I am still surprised by the amount of fans I've come across in life, but in some ways it's more popular now than it was back in the day. So that I find kinda surprising, some of the things that I thought would handicap it. Like the cheesiness of the 80's ended up being sorta a good thing.
3 [on recasting Deborah Foreman in Waxwork II] Well you know it was strange, it was completely expected because Tony dated Deborah Foreman, had a relationship and dated her for like two years. Then the relationship fell apart about six months to a year before they decided to do Waxwork II. So I knew he wasn't going to work with her again because things between them weren't going well. So I knew they had to find a new actress. I was very surprised with the person that he chose because she's so totally and completely opposite 180 degrees different than Deborah. In terms of looks and style and everything. There wasn't even the tiniest attempt to have any kind of continuity from one to the next. So that was a little strange. Also she had no acting experience of any kind so she was very nervous the first couple of days, then eventually she calmed down. I acutely thought she did kinda a nice sweet job in the movie. They cut around some of her awkward moments and she's fine.
4 [on Waxwork III] It wasn't that I had a problem with a Waxwork III per say, I felt I should kinda stop doing horror movies in general. I feel I was starting to get pigeonholed. And you know what it's like when your young, you feel like "I wanna establish myself as a serious actor!" which I am, and I feel I did do. I just didn't want to keep going back to doing special effects stuff. I wanted to do a few movies where I'm sitting on a couch talking to people about things and relationships.
5 [on Waxwork II: Lost In Time] I'm also particularly proud of all of the stunts I did. I did all of the stunts. If you notice, my character takes a beating in 'Waxwork II.' He gets the shit beat out of him!
6 (On Gremlins 2) There are two reasons why the second movie didn't do as well as the first movie. The first primary reason is the scheduling. It should have come out in May. Instead, they got cocky, they got amazing test scores, and they tried to get it out opposite Dick Tracy. And we got slaughtered because we could not compete with the Warren Beatty/Madonna thing. If he hadn't been dating Madonna, I think we would have probably won. In the 1990s, she was like a supernova we just couldn't get past. But the other reason that I think is a problem with Gremlins 2 is that I don't think the humans and the Gremlins interact enough. You have a human section, and then you have an all-Gremlin section, and then you have human, then Gremlin. So there are sections of Gremlins 2 where after four or five minutes you're, like, I'm in a Muppet movie. And I think that's a problem. I think if you look at the first Gremlins, the Gremlins and the humans interaction is never lost, they're seamlessly woven together at all times, with maybe a slight exception being the bar scene.
7 (On landing Gremlins) Well the thing that's so weird about Gremlins was that people would think that there was some massive competition for the role. And maybe there was behind the scenes, but as far as I experienced it, I went in and met the casting director Susan Arnold. We had a chat for ten minutes, came back the next day, met the producer Mike Finnell, he apologized and said Joe Dante was sick and couldn't make it, but he really liked my reading. So he wanted to see my reading and then he asked me afterwords if I would come in a couple of days later and screen test. And I said sure. So I came back in and there was Phoebe Cates, and we got paired together. And they put us both on tape and we did it once. And they said thank you very much and left it. I went off for Spring Break, and I was gone a day and a half when I got a call saying you've got to come right back because you've got the part. It was one of the easiest parts I've ever gotten. It just doesn't make any sense.
8 "There are a lot of tough things to do with the business, I'm completely numb now to rejection. I get rejected for 98 out of 100 things I try for." - On landing acting roles.


All Zach Galligan pictures



Slay Utterly 2017 announced Walter Byrne
The Possession of Emily Chatterfield 2016 announced Jonathan Chatterfield (rumored)
Kampout: Director's Cut 2016 Detective Benson
The Chair 2016 Riley
End It All Now 2016 TV Movie Malcolm Knox
Kampout 2016 Detective Benson
Dispatch 2014 TV Short Jeff
Hatchet III 2013 Sheriff Fowler
Thank God for Jaundice 2013 TV Series Mr. Cohn
The Pack 2011/II Anson
Jack Falls 2011 American Guy
12 Floors Up 2010 Short Spencer Hawkins
Nightbeasts 2010 Charles Thomas
Cut 2010/I Jack
Jewslim 2008 Yoseph Caldwell
Let Them Chirp Awhile 2007 Hart Carlton
Dreamweaver 2006 TV Movie Boogeyman
Legion of the Dead 2005 Video Dr. Swatek
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2003 TV Series Eddie Malloy
Momentum 2003 TV Movie Director Hammond
Infested 2002 Warren
The Tomorrow Man 2002 Video Spence
7th Heaven 2001 TV Series Dr. Kent
What They Wanted, What They Got 2001 Short Pete Drake
Gabriela 2001 Pat
Little Insects 2000 King Foptop (voice)
G-Men from Hell 2000 Dalton
Point Doom 2000 Spider
The Storytellers 1999 Greer Sandler
Raw Nerve 1999 Ethan Lang
Chicken Soup for the Soul 1999 TV Series Young Man
Arthur's Quest 1999 TV Movie King Pendragon
The Net 1998 TV Series Aaron Mitchelson
Star Trek: Voyager 1998 TV Series Ens. David Gentry
Love Boat: The Next Wave 1998 TV Series Bill Chase
Storm Trooper 1998 Video Kreigal
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 1997 TV Series Chester Barnes
The First to Go 1997 Adam Curtis
Prince Valiant 1997 Sir Kay
Cupid 1997 Eric Rhodes
Pacific Blue 1996 TV Series Ron Jeffries
Extreme 1995 TV Series Dan
Ice 1994 Rick Corbit
Cyborg 3: The Recycler 1994 Video Evans
Caroline at Midnight 1994 Jerry Hiatt
For Love and Glory 1993 TV Movie Thomas Doyle
All Tied Up 1993 Video Brian Hartley
Warlock: The Armageddon 1993 Douglas
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth 1992 Boiler Room Patron Getting Stabbed with Pool Stick (uncredited)
Round Trip to Heaven 1992 Steve
Tales from the Crypt 1992 TV Series David
Melrose Place 1992 TV Series Rick Danworth
Waxwork II: Lost in Time 1992 Mark Loftmore
The Psychic 1991 Patrick Costello
Zandalee 1991 Rog
The Hitchhiker 1990 TV Series Raskin
Gremlins 2: The New Batch 1990 Billy Peltzer
Mortal Passions 1989 Todd
Rising Storm 1989 Artie Gage
Waxwork 1988 Mark
American Playhouse 1987 TV Series William 'Hickey' Hicks
The Lawrenceville Stories 1986-1987 TV Mini-Series Hickey
Crossings 1986 TV Mini-Series Robert DeVilliers
Surviving 1985 TV Movie Rick Brogan
Nothing Lasts Forever 1984 Adam Beckett
Gremlins 1984 Billy Peltzer
Jacobo Timerman: Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number 1983 TV Movie
ABC Afterschool Specials 1982 TV Series Greg Pscharapolus


The 47th Floor 2012 TV Series 4 episodes


To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story 2016 Documentary post-production Himself
The Indie Lounge 2016 TV Series Himself - Guest
Adam Green's Scary Sleepover 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
The Playboy Morning Show 2015 TV Series Himself
Gremlins: Cute. Clever. Mischievous. Intelligent. Dangerous: Making Gremlins 2014 Video short Himself
Gremlins: From Gizmo to Gremlins - Creating the Creatures 2014 Video short Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2014 TV Series Himself
The Greatest 80s Movies 2014 TV Movie documentary Himself / Billy
That Guy Dick Miller 2014 Documentary Himself
Greatest Ever Christmas Movies 2013 TV Movie documentary Himself
Hatchet III: Behind the Scenes 2013 Documentary short Himself
Hatchet III: Raising Kane 2013 Documentary short Himself
Hatchet III: Swamp Fun 2013 Documentary short Himself
Live from Studio Five 2010 TV Series Himself
The 100 Greatest Family Films 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself
Legion of the Dead: Behind the Scenes 2005 Video short Himself
Player$ 2003 TV Series Himself
I Love the '80s Strikes Back 2003 TV Series documentary Himself

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Edición Especial Coleccionista 2012 TV Series Billy Peltzer
100 Greatest Teen Stars 2006 TV Mini-Series Himself

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