Joey Slotnick Biography, Age, Family, Married, Movies, Net Worth

Joey Slotnick Biography

Joey Slotnick (Joseph Jay Slotnick ) is an American film and voice actor well known for being featured on the famous sitcom The Office as Jerry in 2010. He as well appeared in hit movies like Twister and Hollowman.

Joey Slotnick Age

Slotnick was born on 2nd of October, 1968, in Chicago, Illinois. He is 50 years old as of 2018.

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He legally changed his name to Joey Slotnick. He has not shared any information about his early life, hiow he was raised, he has also not shared any information about her parents 2019. He is also not known to have any siblings.

Joey Slotnick Married

Joey is a a married man and has a two-year-old daughter. The pair and their daughter lives in Manhattan. In his spare time, Slotnick takes his family to exotic places for vacations. Till now, the couple seems to be enjoying each other’s company.

Joey Slotnick Education

Slotnick was enrolled and later completed his high school studies in a local school in Las Vegas, Nevada named Chaparral High School in 1986. He then became a member of the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) during his high school days. Slotnick latter attended and graduated from the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He as well got his undergraduate degree of Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Acting.

Joey Slotnick Career

Slotnick started off hhis career as a minor role in Tom Hanks’ movie The League of Their Own in 1992. He wasfeatred on the television in the show The Single Guy. He played the lead role of Sam Sloan for two years till 1997 alongside Jonathan Silverman and Ming-Na Wen.

He as well played the part of Joey in the superhit movie Twister in 1996. The movie starred Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton and Cary Elwes in the lead. In 1999, Joey Slotnick he voice for a famous animated show Family Guy. He played the role of several characters till 2006.

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  • A League of Their Own (1992)
  • The Single Guy (1995–1997) TV Series
  • Twister (1996)
  • Dinner and Driving (1997)
  • Since You’ve Been Gone (1998)
  • Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)
  • Blast from the Past (1999)
  • Hollow Man (2000)
  • Boston Public (2000–2001) TV Series
  • Nip/Tuck (2003–2006) TV Series
  • Brief Interviews with Hideous Men (2008)
  • Alias
  • Beverly Hills, 90210
  • Boston Legal
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • The Nanny
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • Family Guy (voice)
  • Medium
  • Entourage
  • Law and Order SVU
  • Pushing Daisies
  • Ghost Whisperer
  • The Office
  • Too Big to Fail
  • Elevator (2012)
  • Psych (2013) TV series
  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
  • Blue Bloods (2016)
  • Humor Me (2018)
  • The Goldfinch (2019)

Joey Slotnick Net Worth

Slotnick has been feature in more than 30 projects. The movie Twister Joey acted in earned a massive $494.5 million in the box office while Hollow Man earned an impressive $190.2 million worldwide. He as well earned from appearing in several TV shows. As per the sources, an actor earns an average of $7,000 per episode for guest appearances in shows. He as well earned as a voice actor. According to sources, a voice actor makes an average of $100 per 15-second recording.

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Joey Slotnick on surviving Twister and losing Ernest Borgnine’s jacket

Joey Slotnick: Commercials are those things where, initially, if you don’t have to do a commercial, you probably wouldn’t. But it seems like every actor nowadays does commercials. For a long time, you didn’t do that. Film actors stuck with film, TV actors stuck with television, and you had the commercial actors, but because it has become more insular and more difficult in, let’s say in the last 15, 20 years, it kind of all drops down.

I’ve been lucky, because some of the commercials I’ve done have been really fun. E*trade was really fun. The director’s name is Steve Miller, and he’s great.

I auditioned for that one. The commercial is basically dependent on the client. If the client likes you, then that’s great. Otherwise, it has very little to do with anything else. That was a fun one. It’s short and sweet and I think the timing is fun on it.

I did a bunch of commercials with my friend Rashida Jones. They were these Verizon commercials, and basically she said, “Hey, I’m doing these commercials. Do you want to be in them with me?” I said “sure, that’ll be a lot of fun.” Basically it’s just she and I for a couple of them. And then she asks some of her other friends. It was really fun to kind of sit around and hang out and oh, that’s right, we just happened to be shooting a commercial.

AVC: Where did you meet Rashida Jones?

JS: We did a TV show called Boston Public.

AVC: You were only on the first season of Boston Public, and then your character, a teacher, got fired. How’d you land that role?

JS: Everyone has to go and test for a part. For a pilot, you have to go through the whole process of going into a really, really cold room with 20 or 25 executives, and you have to perform. But this was great, because it was David E. Kelley, and so they knew that the show was going to be on the air. I had one audition, and the second audition was with him and a few other people sitting around a conference table. It was very casual. We did the scene, and then it was, “oh yeah, David Kelley wants you to do the show.” That was it.

When I was fired, if you will, he said to me that he had written himself into a corner and unfortunately couldn’t write himself out. I thought to myself at the time, “Really? You’re a writer. I imagine you can figure stuff out.” However, I get that that wasn’t what he chose to do. And so I was written off the show along with Tom McCarthy, who was a teacher that was friends with my character. But that’s how I met Rashida and Tom. Tommy is still one of my closest friends. We both got written off at the same time.

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