Edward Furlong Net Worth, Early and Personal Life, Career

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Updated 2022/12/17 at 4:48 PM
Edward Furlong  Net Worth, Early and Personal Life, Career
Edward Furlong  Net Worth, Early and Personal Life, Career

Edward Furlong Net Worth $100,000.

Popular Name:Edward Walter Furlong
Real Name:Edward Furlong
Birth Date:2 August 1977
Birth Place:Glendale, California, United States
Age:45 years
Marital Status:Divorce
Spouse(s):Rachael Bella-2006-2014,
Children:Ethan Page Furlong
Years active:1990-2022
Net Worth:$100,000.
Last Updated:2022


Edward Walter Furlong is a 45-year-old American television actor born on 2 August 1977, in Glendale, California, United States. He played a very major role in the movie titled the Terminator which earned him a Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his breakthrough performance at the early age of 13.

As you read on, you’ll discover Edward Furlong’s net worth as well as other pertinent details about his early and personal life, as well as his career.

Early life

Edward Furlong was birthed in Glendale, California on August 2, 1977, to Eleanor, a youth-center worker, and Heinrich Bruno Wittig. Furlong is of Russian descent and has defined himself as “part Russian.” Nancy Tafoya, his mother’s sister, and their half-brother, Sean Furlong, had custody of him for many years, including 1990-1991 when he started his acting career. Initially, where they were Furlong’s managers.



Furlong made his movie debut in Terminator 2: Judgment Day in 1991, winning an MTV Movie Award for the Best Breakthrough Role and also a Saturn Award for the best young actor. Casting director Mali Finn found him for the role while visiting the Pasadena Boys and Girls Club in  1990.

He decided to follow this role with a string of modestly successful high-profile and independent films, such as Before and After (1996) with Meryl Streep and Liam Neeson, Little Odessa (1995) with Tim Roth, Maximilian Schell, and Vanessa Redgrave, American Heart (1993) with Jeff Bridges, and Pet Sematary Two with Anthony Edwards and Clancy Brown) (1992).

He showed up in Aerosmith’s music video for “Livin’ on the Edge” in 1993. In the sci-fi horror film Brainscan, he started playing Michael Brower, a horror and videogame-obsessed teen (1994).

He popped up in the 1995 film adaptation of Truman Capote’s The Grass Harp. In 1996, in theme park ride T2-3D: Battle Across Time, he returned to his role as John Connor alongside Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Robert Patrick.

In 1998, he co-starred in American History X with Edward Norton where he made his feature debut film Pecker, directed by John Waters. Furlong said of his title role in Pecker, “It’s true that most of the main characters I’ve played so far are suicidal. I enjoy playing dark characters. But I wanted to try something new, and John gave me the opportunity.”

He did appear in the 1998 film Detroit Rock City,  During filming, he met Natasha Lyonne, with whom he later started dating. In Steve Buscemi’s film Animal Factory, he did play a young convict (2000).


Furlong’s career and stardom decreased sharply after 2000, with the majority of his later movies being released exclusively on DVD. In 2001, he popped up in the Italian movie named Pupi Avati’s I Cavalieri che fecero l’impresa, aka The Knights of the Quest.

Furlong was set to return to his role as John Connor in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), but Nick Stahl was cast just before filming started. He later revealed that he had a contract to reprise his role but was dismissed after the producers discovered his drug addiction state.

In 2004, he did appear in Metallica’s named “The Unnamed Feeling” music video and placed Jimmy in the low-budget independent film Jimmy and Judy (2004), where he met Rachael Bella. They had become romantically involved and ended up getting marrying.

He then co-starred with David Boreanaz and Tara Reid in The Crow named the  Wicked Prayer in 2005, which was scheduled for a theatrical release but was widely panned by audiences and critics upon release and was released to DVD after a week in limited theaters. He starred in Night of the Demons. He played Shane Casey in five episodes of the television show CSI: NY in 2006 and again in 2010.

Furlong 2010

Furlong made two showings in Seth Rogen’s film The Green Hornet (2011). Following that, he did appear in This Is Not a Movie, an English-language Mexican film directed and written by Olalla Rubio and starring Peter Coyote and Edi Gathegi. He played Fixer in the crowd-funded pilot Star Trek Renegades.

Furlong’s return to the role of John Connor was confirmed by James Cameron in 2019. Later, it was revealed that his likeness would be used in Terminator: Dark Fate (2019) via CGI, with Jude Collie serving as a CGI stand-in, and he was directly involved in a day of trying to film for facial capture performance, as John Connor was killed off in the opening scene.

Other work

Furlong released Hold on Tight, an album in Japan in October 1992, which included a cover of the Doors’ “People Are Strange.”

Personal life

When California’s statutory rape law was changed in 1994 to allow adult women who had sex with minors to be prosecuted, his uncle named Sean Furlong submitted a rape complaint against Furlong’s tutor Jacqueline Domac, but Domac was not brought to trial. Domac submitted a domestic violence lawsuit against Furlong in 1999.

On April 19, 2006, Furlong wedded Rachael Bella. In  2006, the couple’s son was born. She filed for divorce on July 8, 2009, based on irreconcilable differences.

Later that year, she tried to have the restraining order she had filed raised so that he could see their child. Bella tried to claim in court documents in 2012 that their 6-year-old son tested positive for drugs like cocaine, prompting a judge to order Furlong’s visits to be monitored.

Furlong’s mugshot in Los Angeles, 2014

Throughout his professional life, Furlong has battled alcoholism and drug addiction. He first entered rehab in October of 2000. He stated that he was “From the ages of 22 to 26, he was “on and off” hard drugs, adding, “I was a heroin and cocaine addict.

” It was extremely frightening.” and “I don’t even think about it anymore. Running, clubbing, and doing coke now seem lonely. I have night terrors about using illicit drugs. He was sentenced to three years on probation in 2010 for violating Bella’s civil protective order.

He was charged and arrested with felony domestic violence against his girlfriend Monica Keena in October 2012.  He was arrested in November 2012, and charged with assaulting Keena.   He was also arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery against Keena in January 2013.

On December 12, he was also arraigned on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant in connection with a misdemeanor domestic violence charge against the same victim.   In 2013, he was convicted to 180 days in jail for violating his probation by “using force” against his ex-girlfriend, as well as for violating an order of protection that barred him from nearing or contacting Keena. He was arrested again in 2013 for assaulting his lady friend, but he avoided a prison sentence by having to agree to five years of probation and going to court.

Rehabilitation and reconciliation

In February 2021, he did appear on Ethan Suplee’s podcast American Glutton having his former American History X co-star, Ethan Suplee, debate Furlong’s recovery from substance(drugs) abuse and compulsive eating. He had been sober from alcohol and illegal substances for three years at the time of publishing.

“I genuinely was scared of facing what I would be without all that,” he said of his initial unwillingness to maintain sobriety. “I carried all that as  someone that I was.” He is still sober and actually attended the virtual Alcoholics Anonymous Home Group meetings via Zoom video conferencing.


Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) Pet Sematary Two, John Connor, 1992 American Heart Jeff Matthews Kelson, Nick


A Place of Our Own

Lacey, Shayne

1994 Brainscan

Little Odessa Michael Brower

Shapira, Reuben

The Grass Harp, 1995

Fenwick, Collin

T2-3D: Battle Across Time, 1996

Connor, John

A short attraction film that serves as a prequel to Terminator 2: Judgment Day Before and After.

Ryan, Jacob


American History X Pecker Pecker

Vinyard, Danny


‘Hawk’ Detroit Rock City Animal Factory 2000

Decker, Ron

The Legend of Ron Jeremy Himself (2001 Porn Star)

The Knights of the Quest also

Simon Di Clarendon’s Italian film, I Cavalieri Che Fecero L’impresa, was originally titled I Cavalieri Che Fecero L’impresa.


Three Deaf Mice

Cross, Thomas

2005 Intermedio Malik

retitled High Hopes Tye Canes The Covenant: Evil’s Brotherhood Goodman, David Canes was first shown at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

Terra’s Warriors

Chris \s2007

Dying and Living


Dark Reel 2008

Stoic Adam Waltz 2009

Darfur, Harry Katish

Adrian Archer’s Attack on Darfur is now available on DVD.

The Demons’ Night

Levy, Colin

2010 Kingshighway

Scardino, Dino

The Green Hornet in 2011

This Is Not a Film, Mr. Tupper

Nelson, Pete

Petrovsky, the mortician

Under Zero

Jack / Frank Witness Uncertainty

Johnny is now available on DVD as Absolute Killers.

For the Love of Money Tequila Smith 2012

Tommy \sArachnoquake

Charlie TV Film


Ravi Extraordinary Abduction

Frank \s2013

Matt’s Opportunity

The Zombie King, Matt

Assault on Wall Street by Samuel Peters / The Zombie King


MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance in 1992 Won Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in 1992

Won Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Pet Sematary Two was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in 1993.

Nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male in 1994.

Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Motion Picture Drama, Young Artist Award, 1994

We Won Our Own House

Outstanding Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture, Young Artist Award, 1994 (shared with Miles Feulner, Clarissa Lassig, Amy Sakasitz, and Sarah Schaub)

Nomination for A Home of Our Own

Nominated for an ACCA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in American History X in 1998.


Edward Furlong’s Net Worth

Edward Furlong is a successful American actor with a net worth of $100,000. Edward Furlong is best known for his performance as a child actor in “Terminator 2: Judgement Day.” He’s also appeared in films like “American History X,” “Detroit Rock City,” and “Pet Sematary Two.”


Edward Furlong is among those who began their careers early and well and are increasing in pace and achievements despite critics from the audience.

Most likely, Edward Furlong’s net worth will take a new positive turn as he put more work into his career.


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