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Gary Poulter came to the world on September 16, 1959.
Gary used to be a street performer before he became an actor. Unfortunately, the actor had a tragic ending to his life after he began his career in acting.
Gary Poulter was a part of the film named 'Joe.' He had the opportunity to work alongside actors such as Nicolas Cage. This movie was completed under the direction of a famous director named David Gordon Green. This film was released in 2013. Before the filming of this movie, Gary was living on the streets of Austin, located in Texas.
He was homeless when he got the opportunity to become a part of the cast of Joe in the role of a character named 'Wade.' Wade was the father of a son named Gary, who was played by the actor 'Tye Sheridan.' The exact number of movies he has been in is not known.
When the movie was released, it gained a lot of attention and was praised by various critics. The news outlet named The Independent had praised the actor Gary Polter's performance in the film 'Joe' by saying that despite this being Gary's first-ever movie, he was able to portray the character of the father. The latter was so consumed by self-loathing that he was willing to go to any lengths to destroy his own son's life.
One of the famous movie critics named Peter Sobczynski had written in his review for the site called RogerEbert that the actor Gary Poulter had given a stunning performance in the film 'Joe' and also that his scene was one of the most outstanding one-shot performances in the history of cinema!
Please continue reading to learn more about Gary Poulter, including his early career.
Gary Poulter is said to have an estimated net worth of around $1-5 million.
Not much relevant information is known about how much the actor Gary Poulter earned yearly.
The height of Gary Poulter is not precisely known.
Born on September 16, 1959, Gary Poulter was 53 years of age at the time of his untimely demise in Texas.
Gary Poulter was born in Upland, California. He joined the Navy at age 17 but went AWOL in Japan and eventually received a dishonorable discharge. His family history is not known.
His dating history is not known.
He is known for being in the film 'Joe.' He also was a background extra in the tv series named 'Thirtysomething,' released in 1987. He also worked for a traveling carnival before getting the film and tv series role.
The Austin Film Critics Association of 2014 gave Gary the Special Honorary Award for his fantastic performance in the movie 'Joe.'
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