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Michael Oliver Wiki/Biography
Michael Ponce Oliverius was born on the 10th October 1981, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is a former child actor who, under the name of Michael Oliver, is probably still most famous for appearing in the role of Junior in “Problem Child” (1990) and its sequel “Problem Child 2” (1991). He is also widely recognized for his appearances in “The Munsters Today” (1991) as well as in the 1995 crime thriller “Dillinger and Capone”.
Have you ever wondered what happened to Oliver? How much wealth this child superstar has accumulated so far, how rich Michael Oliver is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Michael Oliver’s net worth, as of mid-2017, revolves around the sum of $100,000, primarily acquired through his brief acting career between 1990 and 1995.
Michael Oliver Net Worth $100,000
Oliver’s first engagement dates back to the very early age of two, when he was featured as a baby model in a catalog for Sears. At the age of six, he appeared in a commercial for the Chevron Corporation, when he caught the eye of a casting agent which led to his, although short-lived, movie career. In 1990, Oliver was cast for the role of Junior Healy, the title role of Dennis Dugan’s family comedy movie “Problem Child” – this engagement provided the basis for Michael Oliver’s current net worth.
Later that year, Michael also made a brief appearance in one episode of the “Amen” TV series, which was followed by one more short appearance in “The Munsters Today” TV series. Following the commercial success of the first movie, Oliver was cast to reprise his role of Junior Healy in the 1991 sequel, simply named “Problem Child 2”. This engagement helped young Michael Oliver not only to earn a nomination for Young Artist Award, but also to add a sum of $80,000 to his net worth.
For his performance as Mitchell in “Drexell’s Class” TV series in 1991, Michael Oliver was honored with Young Artist Award nomination for the Best Young Actor in a TV series. In 1995, Michael was cast in what later turned out to be his final child role and the end of his acting career, the role of Sam Dalton in 1995 John Purdy’s crime thriller “Dillinger and Capone”. Doubtlessly, these on-camera appearances helped Michael Oliver to further increase the total amount of his revenues.
As it was later acknowledged, during filming Problem Child 2″ Oliver’s manager-acting-mother sued Universal Pictures, demanding a sum between $80,000 and $500,000, in order not to remove him from the set. After the trial, Universal was ordered to pay the sum of $80,000. After the movies were released, the studio sued Oliver’s mother for extortion. It is certain that all these off-camera activities made an impact on Michael Oliver’s net worth, and effectively ended his acting career.
When it comes to his personal life, there aren’t any relevant or reliable data about Michael Oliver’s private matters except that under the name of PC, he is a member of the music group The Samples.
|Date Of Birth||October 10, 1981|
|Place Of Birth||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Siblings||Luis Daniel Ponce, LuAnne Ponce|
|Movies||Dillinger and Capone, Problem Child 2, Problem Child, Winter Soldier, Solitaire|
|Problem Child 2 (1991)||$80,000|
|1||Working as a crew member for the music groups The Samples and Nural. [June 2009]|
|2||Was number 68 on vh1's The Greatest: 100 Greatest Kid Stars (2005)|
|3||Half-brother of singer/actress LuAnne Ponce|
|4||Contrary to his most known character, Michael was not a problem child at all. He was a very laid-back child and very intelligent. One of his favorite pastimes was reading Omni Magazine.|
|5||Half-brother of Luis Daniel Ponce ("The Hogan Family").|
|6||He appeared in The Beach Boys' "Problem Child" music video.|
|Dillinger and Capone||1995||Video||Sam Dalton|
|Platypus Man||1995||TV Series||Rusty|
|Drexell's Class||1991||TV Series||Mitchell|
|Problem Child 2||1991||Junior Healy|
|The Munsters Today||1991||TV Series||Young Andy|
|1994||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Motion Picture Comedy||Problem Child 2 (1991)|
|1992||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor Guest Starring or Recurring Role in a TV Series||Drexell's Class (1991)|