- 1 Who is Curtis Armstrong?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Curtis Armstrong Net Worth
- 3 Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
- 4 The 1980s: Rise to Fame
- 5 The 1990s: Continued Success
- 6 First Half of the 2000s
- 7 Voice Overs and Other Roles in the late 2000s
- 8 The 2010s
- 9 Recent and Upcoming Roles
- 10 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 11 Personal Life
Who is Curtis Armstrong?
Curtis Armstrong was born on 27 November 1953 under the sign of Sagittarius, in Detroit, Michigan USA of British and Italian descent. He is a 66-year-old actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Dudley ‘Booger’ Dawson in the “Revenge Of The Nerds” film series and playing Metatron in The CW’s dark fantasy series “Supernatural”. He is also known for co-hosting the TBS reality series “King Of The Nerds”.
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How rich is he, as of now? Curtis Armstrong Net Worth
As of mid-2020, Curtis Armstrong’s net worth is over $2.5 million; acquired through his successful involvement in the film industry as a professional actor, who has appeared in more than 160 TV and film titles since his career started in 1983.
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Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Curtis Armstrong spent his early years in his hometown of Detroit, where he was raised by his father, Robert Leroy Armstrong, and his mother, Norma E. D’Amico, who worked as a teacher. His father passed away from COVID-19 in May 2020. He is American by nationality and of White Caucasian ethnicity. He attended Berkley High School in Berkley, Michigan, then upon matriculation in 1972, he enrolled into Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, from which he would later graduate. Parallel with that, Curtis attended the Academy of Dramatic Art.
The 1980s: Rise to Fame
Curtis Armstrong made his debut film appearance as Miles Dalby in Paul Brickman’s 1983 teen sex comedy “Risky Business”, starring alongside Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay.
It was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $63 million. Curtis came to prominence with the role of Dudley ‘Booger’ Dawson in the 1984 comedy “Revenge Of The Nerds”, which he would later reprise in its sequels “Revenge Of The Nerds II: Nerds In Paradise” in 1987, “Revenge Of The Nerds III: The Next Generation” (1992), and “Revenge Of The Nerds IV: Nerds In Love” (1994).
In 1985, he played Charles De Mar in the teen dark comedy “Better Off Dead”, and Dennis Gladstone in the comedy “Bad Medicine”. It was followed by his portrayals of Goov in Michael Chapman’s adventure film “The Clan Of The Cave Bear” and Ack Ack Raymond in the romantic comedy “One Crazy Summer”, both in 1986.
Between 1986 and 1989, Curtis was cast as Herbert Quentin Viola in the ABC comedy-drama series “Moonlighting”.
The 1990s: Continued Success
In 1991, Curtis landed the roles of Arnold Pischkin in the made-for-TV comedy “Hi Honey – I’m Dead” and Ivan Delbert in the comedy “Public Enemy #2”. It was followed by his performance as Country Jake in the 1993 adventure comedy-drama “The Adventures Of Huck Finn”, directed by Stephen Sommers. He then guest-starred in such TV series as “M.A.N.T.I.S.”, “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman”, “Diagnosis Murder”, etc. Between 1993 and 1997, he provided the voice to Scooter in the animated adventure comedy series “Eek! The Cat”.
In 1996, Curtis played Clark in Steve Miner’s dark comedy “Big Bully”, portrayed a pastry chef in the action comedy “Spy Hard”, next to Leslie Nielsen, and featured as a chain smoking booster in the Christmas family comedy “Jingle All The Way”, alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad. Afterwards, he played ‘Big’ Ben in the made-for-TV drama “L.A. Johns” and featured as Farley Hall in the made-for-TV biographical comedy-drama “Elvis Meets Nixon”, both in 1997. In the next year, he appeared as a man in diner in the adventure comedy “Border To Border”, directed by Thomas Whelan. By the end of the decade, Curtis also guest-starred in a number of TV series, such as “Felicity”, “3rd Rock From The Sun”, and “Ally McBill”, among many others.
First Half of the 2000s
From 2001 to 2002, Curtis featured as Sal the Pig-Boy in the sci-fi series “The Chronicle”, broadcast on the Sci-Fi Channel, after which he landed the roles of a campus cop in the romantic comedy “Van Wilder: Party Liaison” and Keach in the made-for-TV sci-fi thriller “Project Viper”, both in 2002. Thereafter, he starred as Dexter Pearlsley in the Christian comedy film “Quigley”, Herb Cohen in the comedy “My Dinner With Jimi”, and Jerry the Butler in the made-for-TV comedy “Return To The Batcave: The Misadventures Of Adam And Burt”, all in 2003. In the following year, Curtis appeared in such roles as Mr. Ralph in Rawson Marshall Thurber’s sports comedy “DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story”, LaJean in the romantic comedy musical “The Seat Filler”, and Ahmet Ertegun in the biographical drama “Ray”, starring alongside Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington.
Between 2004 and 2005, Curtis was cast as Matt in the UPN sitcom “One On One”, after which he portrayed Morgan Ball in the comedy crime “Man Of The House” and Mike in the romantic drama “Greener Mountains”, both in 2005.
Voice Overs and Other Roles in the late 2000s
He then provided the voice to various characters in such TV series as “Stroker And Hoop” (2005), “American Dad!” (2005-2020), and “The Emperor’s New School” (2006-2008). In 2006, Curtis played Janitor in the sports comedy “Pucked”, starred as Mr. Welch in the family drama “Akeelah And The Bee”, and featured as Dr. Soberin Exx in Richard Kelly’s comedy-drama “Southland Tales”, next to Dwayne Johnson and Sarah Michelle Gellar. He then portrayed Jonas in the comedy-drama “Moola” and Ned in the comedy “Route 30”, both in 2007.
Curtis’ next major role came in 2008, when he played Dushkan in the comedy thriller “Ratko: The Dictator’s Son”, followed by his portrayals of The Professor in the family adventure comedy “The Gold Retrievers” and Mr. O’Donnell in the comedy “American Pie Presents: The Book Of Love”, both in 2009. In 2010, he featured as Governor Gabe Gaithright in the comedy “Darnell Dawkins: Mouth Guitar Legend” and Mr. Thompson in the comedy “High School”. He also guest-starred in such TV series as “My Name Is Earl”, “Legally Blondes”, and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”.
In 2011, Curtis appeared as Mr. Button in the romantic comedy “Hit List”, played Mitchell Wolf in the crime comedy “Flypaper”, and featured as Max in the made-for-TV comedy “The Dog Who Saved Christmas”. During the same year, he landed the role of attorney Peter Goldman in the TNT police procedural crime drama series “The Closer”, which he would later reprise in its 2016 spin-off “Major Crimes”.
He then provided his voice to the title role of The Hub’s animated series “Dan Vs.” (2011-2013) and several characters in the Nickelodeon’s animated series “Robot And Monster” (2012-2015). He even received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for his work on “Dan Vs.” Between 2013 and 2016, Curtis was cast as Metatron / Marv in The CW’s dark fantasy series “Supernatural”. Moreover, he served as the co-host of the TBS reality series “King Of The Nerds” from 2013 to 2015. He also starred in the role of Principal Foster in the Fox sitcom “New Girl” (2013-2018).
Recent and Upcoming Roles
Curtis’ next significant role came in 2018, when he portrayed Burt in the comedy web series “Champaign ILL”, after which he played Mr. Rathbone in the 2019 adventure comedy “Malibu Rescue”.
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He also guest-starred in such TV series as “Bones”, “MacGyver”, and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, among many others. Curtis will feature as Bill Gibsby in the upcoming made-for-TV mystery film “Blind Psychosis”, which is currently under post-production.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Curtis Armstrong has short dark brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 4ins (1.63m), while his weight hasn’t been revealed.
Curtis Armstrong is a married man – his wife is famous producer Elaine Aronson. The couple tied the knot at a private wedding ceremony held on 2 January 1994, and have just one daughter named Lily Armstrong. Even though Curtin was raised in a Catholic family, he eventually converted to Judaism after marrying.