What is Steve Howey Net Worth?
Steve Howey Net Worth is US$ 2.5 Million as of 2022.
|Net Worth||US$ 2.5 Million|
|Born||July 12, 1977 (46 Years)|
|Full Name||Steven Michael Robert Howey|
|Country of Origin||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Source of Wealth||Actor|
|Spouse||Sarah Shahi (m. 2009; Div. 2021)|
|Children||Violet Moon Howey (Daughter), Knox Blue Howey (Son), and William Wolf Howey (Son)|
|Famous For||Shameless (2011-2021), Class (1998), ER (1994)|
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Steven Michael Robert Howey is an American actor, popularly known as Steve Howey. He is one of the famous American Tv and film actor. Presently, he is working on the ‘Showtime’ series ‘Shameless.’ In ‘The WB/CW’ television series “Reba,” he portrayed the role of ‘Van Montgomery,’ while in ‘Showtime’ series “Shameless” he appeared as ‘Kevin Ball.’ He has done numerous films, including “Game Over,” “Supercross,” “Something Borrowed,” “Man!,” and many more.
He was featured in a web series of 125 episodes with the title “Reba,” cast as ‘Van Montgomery.’
He starred in the film “Stan Helsing,” playing the role of ‘Stan Helsing.’
He was portrayed in a short film named “Monster Roll.”
He was seen in “See you in Valhalla” as ‘Makewi’
He was featured as ‘Michigan’ in “Blue and Green,” a television show
He was cast as Rich in the movie “Game Over, Man!”
Appeared in the television show “Dead to me,” playing the character of ‘Jason.’
He portrayed the role of ‘Mike Nazarian’ in the movie “Day Shift.”
Steve Howey was born in San Antonio, Texas, on July 12, 1977. He is born to Mr. Bill Howey, a writer, and director, and Mrs. Carla Novinger, a housewife. Steve shifted from Texas to Denver, Colorado, to attend high school. After that, he attended Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado, on a Basketball Scholarship.
In his early days, he attended many shows as a guest, including ‘The Drew Carey Show’ and ‘ER’ (1994). In 1998, he was featured in an independent film, “Class,” produced by himself, written and directed by Mr. Bill Howey. In 1999, he was cast in a crime drama “Pacific Blue” and recounted a few episodes of “Totally Tooned In.” Steve Howey was featured in a drama series, “Reba,” portraying the character of ‘Van Montgomery’ in 2001. Until its last episode which was telecasted in 2007, he was the series’ lead character. In 2005, he was cast as K.C. Carlyle, an MX racer in the action movie “Supercross.”
In 2006, he played the role of ‘Weatherby’ in a martial arts action-based movie, “DOA: Dead or Alive.” Later in 2009, he appeared in “Bride Wars,” co-starring with ‘Jaime Pressly’ and ‘Eric Roberts.’ In 2009 he was cast in the film “Stan Helsing,” the web series, “CTRL,” and the show, “Psych.”
In 2010, he appeared as Kevin Ball in ‘Showtime’ series ‘Shameless.’ In 2011, he starred in romantic comedies, ‘Conception,’ ‘Something Borrowed,’ and ‘Losing control.’ on January 8, 2012, the second season of “Shameless” was premiered, where he continued to portray the character of Kevin Ball throughout the show. He connected with ‘The FX’ crime tragedy “Sons of Anarchy” for three episodes in the sixth season. In 2016, he signed a romantic comedy “Unleashed,” starring former co-star Justin Chatwin from “Shameless.” Initially, they were shown as dogs and cats, eventually transforming into humans. In 2019, he did an action-comedy movie, “Stuber.” His last movie was “Day Shift,” in which he appeared as Mike Nazarian.
- Class (1998)
- DOA: Dead or Alive (2006)
- Stuber (2019)
- Pacific Blue (1999)
- ER (1994)
Favorite Quotes by Steve Howey
“There is this idea in comedy that you don’t want to look like you care about your appearance because that takes away from what’s real, what’s important. And the real stuff is what’s funny.”–Steve Howey
“The older you get, the easier it is to get injured. But what I’ve learned the hard way is that the more excess weight you have, the more likely you are to get injured doing everyday things.”–Steve Howey
“When I don’t feel like working out, lifting weights or doing serious cardio, the best thing for me to do is just go on the treadmill and walk. I walk and listen to music and 10 minutes will go by, then 15, and then I’ll speed up a bit. Once my blood really starts flowing, I’ll get a second wind and then I want to work out.”–Steve Howey
“Getting into shape helped get me into a better mood, and when I’m in a better mood, I’m funnier. My general attitude is better.”–Steve Howey
Keys Life Lessons from Steve Howey
- Accept challenges:
During his career, Steve Howey faced every life challenge confidently and pulled herself out of it by applying relevant solutions.
Howey says if you are well-constructed, stable, and calm, no one can hurt you, and nothing will come in your path while moving toward your career growth.
Frequently Asked Questions
When their divorce was finally granted in January 2021, the court gave them shared custody of their three children. Howey was also ordered to pay $305,000 to Shahi on top of other shared assets.
“Class” was Howey’s first independent film.
Steven Michael Robert Howey is an American television and film actor popularly known as ‘Steve Howey.’ He graduated from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling on a basketball scholarship. He has worked in a variety of movies, and TV series. His first independent film was “Class,” which premiered in 1998, produced by Steve himself, and written and directed by his father. His most recent work can be seen in the movie “Day Shift,” portraying the character of ‘Mike Nazarian.’