About Eric Lloyd
Eric Lloyd is a popular actor. In addition to this career, he is a musician, comedian and producer. All of these involvements have played a huge role in increasing the overall amount of Eric Lloyd net worth, which has been reported to reach as much as 500 thousand dollars, according to the recent estimations. Eric Lloyd became recognized as an actor when he was a child. He appeared in the films of “The Santa Clause” on Disney, where he played the role of Charlie Calvin. Moreover, he was appearing in the NBC series called “Jese”, where he was chosen for the part of John Warner. Thus, these appearances have made his name well known and also added up to the total estimate of Eric Lloyd net worth.
Eric Lloyd was born in 1986. He began to appear on TV when he was 2 years old. He played the role of young Fred Savage in the TV show called “The Wonder Years”. Eric Lloyd has also appeared in a lot of films, examples of which include “My Giant”, “Batman & Robin”, “The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars”, “The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue” and “Dunston Checks In”.
These film appearances have made him more known and also increased the total estimate of Eric Lloyd net worth.
In 2015, with the help from his college friend Tyler Payne, he started LP Studios. The company is a music and film production firm, which is based in Glendale, California. This involvement has also added up to the overall sum of Eric Lloyd net worth.
In 1993, Eric Lloyd appeared as an actor for the first time, when he was chosen for the role of David in the short film called “Sunny’s Deliverance”. In the same year, he appeared in “Heart and Souls”, where he played the role of 7-year-old Thomas Reilly. In 1994, Eric Lloyd was chosen for the part of Joe McTeague, again a seven year old boy, in “Greedy”. In the same year, the actor appeared in the first part of the franchise of “The Santa Clause”, in which he played the role of Charlie Calvin.
In 1996, Eric Lloyd played the voice of Neddie in quite a few productions, such as “The Oz Kids Toto Lost in New York”, “The Oz Kids Who Stole Santa?”, “The Oz Kids Underground Adventure”, “The Oz Kids Journey Beneath the Sea”, “The Oz Kids The Gnome Prince and the Magic Belt”, “The Oz Kids Christmas in Oz”, “The Oz Kids The Monkey Prince” and “The Oz Kids Return of Mombi”. He reprised the same role in the production of “The Oz Kids”, which aired in the period of 1996-1997. Thus, these appearances have also added up to the overall amount of Eric Lloyd net worth.
In 1997, Eric Lloyd appeared in the TV film called “A Christmas Memory”, in which he played the role of a 7-year-old Buddy. In the same year, the actor appeared in “The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue”, “Deconstructing Harry”, “The Spittin’ Image” and “Batman & Robin”.