|Full Name||Frederick Christopher Chris Klein|
|Birth Date||14th of March 1979|
|Ethnicity||German, Irish and British|
|Height||1.85 m/ 6.1 feet|
|Ex-Girlfried||Katie Holmes, Ginnifer Goodwin and Lindly Gardner|
As reported, Chris Klein net worth is only $1.5 million – which may sound much but is actually very low by movie industry standards. Chris Klein rose to prominence with the 1999 comedy film “American Pie”. Born in 1979, the actor was previously casted for a side role in the movie “Election”. He eventually acted on other movies of “American Pie” (with Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Mena Suvari) series (like “American Pie 2” and “American Reunion”) as Chris Oz Ostreicher. Chris Klein got steady roles in more movies since then. But the “American Pie” star is not successful in coping up with his declining stardom.
As a movie star, Chris Klein’s main source of income is obviously acting. From his early ages he has taken parts in small stage programs. His first full commercial movie was a 1999 comedy movie titled “Election”. Chris was not playing a main character in this movie. But the movie’s success and critical praise give him the necessary spotlight. His next movie “American Pie” can be marked as a highlight of his film career. The movie was very popular and commercially successful. It gave Chris Klein a star image in movie industry and resulted in a continuous flow of new movie contracts. That eventually increased his net worth.
|Chris Klein Salary in 2016||$200,000|
|Source of Income||Acting|
|Chris Klein Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Birthday Date||14th of March 1979|
|Weekly Cash flow||$4,000|
In 2000 Chris was a promising actor. His personal life also became a source of attraction as he started to date Katie Holmes. However, his career and net worth started to fall after the 2002 movie “Rollerball”. This movie was a huge commercial failure and critically panned; losing about $45 million in the box office. Chris Klein continued acting in other movies but unfortunately most of them turned out to be critically and commercially unsuccessful.