Ethan Suplee Biography
Ethan Suplee is an American film and television actor. He is best known for his roles as Seth Ryan in American History X, Louie Lastik in Remember the Titans (2000) with Denzel Washington, Frankie in Boy Meets World, Randy Hickey in My Name Is Earl, Toby in The Wolf of Wall Street, Elwood in Without a Paddle, and his roles in Kevin Smith films.
His breakthrough performance as a young football player in Disney’s Remember the Titans (2000) with Denzel Washington earned him critical acclaim and led to another role opposite Washington in director Nick Cassavetes’ thriller, John Q (2002).
Ethan Suplee Age
Ethan was born on May 25, 1976, in Manhattan. He is 44 years old.
Ethan Suplee Family
Ethan Suplee was born in Manhattan. He is the son of Debbie and Bill Suplee (who later played Willie the One-Eyed Mailman in My Name Is Earl). Ethan’s both parents were actors who met while performing summer stock and appeared on Broadway. On the Your Welcome show, Ethan stated that he dropped out of school at age 14.
Ethan Suplee Wife
Ethan has been married to Brandy Lewis, the younger sister of actress and singer Juliette Lewis since 2006. Ethan was featured on TMZ on TV with a weight loss of 200+ pounds in March 2011. He was quoted as crediting cycling for his fit frame, explaining, “I ride road bikes, I ride bicycles.” He is also good friends with Stza of Star Fucking Hipsters and he agreed to appear in their music video for the song “3000 Miles Away” from their album Never Rest in Peace.
Ethan Suplee Remember the Titans
In Remember the Titans, Ethan played the team Left Tackle, Louie Lastik, and his loveable charm, provided the movie with some of its most memorable moments. Apart from this movie he had already crafted a solid career for himself, appearing in movies like Mallrats and TV shows like Boy Meets World, and his career has stayed strong since.
Ethan has over 60 acting credits to his name and is probably best known for playing Randy Hickey, the younger brother of Jason Kee’s Lotto winner character Earl Hickey on the underrated series My Name is Earl. He’ll next be seen in the Peter Berg-directed drama Deepwater Horizon, which will be out in September 2016.
Ethan Suplee Career
Ethan’s first major role which he landed was as Willam in Mallrats. The film was directed by Kevin Smith, alongside future, My Name is Earl costar, Jason Lee. He briefly appeared in the independent Kevin Smith View-Askew produced Drawing Flies.
Smith cast both Ethan and Lee again in later films Chasing Amy and Dogma. They both make cameos in Clerks II. From 1994 to 1998 at the same time as the filming of Mallrats, Ethan also had a recurring role as Frankie “The Enforcer” Stechino in Boy Meets World.
Ethan’s dramatic performances include the roles of the ruthless Nazi skinhead Seth in American History X, a man who rapes a clown in Vulgar, Ashton Kutcher’s goth college roommate “Thumper” in The Butterfly Effect, football player Louie Lastik in 1970s Virginia in Remember the Titans (a direct opposite on his racial views from his American History X role), Johnny Depp’s buddy and initial drug-dealing partner Tuna in Blow, and the simpleminded Pangle in Cold Mountain.
Suplee also had a cameo in the HBO TV series Entourage in the fictional movie Queens Boulevard. In 2014, he was cast in the TV Land original sitcom Jennifer Falls, which reunited him with My Name Is Earl co-star, Jamie Pressly.
Ethan began playing D in Hulu’s series Chance in 2016, as well as police officer Billy “Beer Pong” Tompkins on the Netflix sitcom The Ranch.
Ethan Suplee Net Worth
Ethan is a famous actor who has a net worth of $8 million. His career was launched with work on two projects in the early 90s, “Mallrats”, and “Boy Meets World”.
Ethan Suplee Movies
Year 2019 Movies
2019 – Motherless Brooklyn as Gilbert Coney
Year 2010 to 2016 Movies
2010 – The Dry Land as Jack
2010 – Unstoppable as Dewey
2011 – I’m Having a Difficult Time Killing My Parents as Andrew
2011 – Grow Up Already as Bunky
2012 – Ten Feet Apart as Homer
2012 – Paper Cuts as Steven
2012 – Delivery as Jake
2013 – Breakout as Kenny
2013 – The Wolf of Wall Street as Toby Welch
2014 – Walk of Shame as Officer Dave
2015 – True Story as Pat Frato
2015 – Tooken as Paul Miller
2016 – The Trust as Russian Roulette Detective
2016 – Deepwater Horizon as Jason Anderson