Cast Of Varsity Blues: How Much Are They Worth Now?
Back in 1999, before Friday Night Lights, the coming-of-age sports drama Varsity Blues told the story of a high school football team overcoming the injury of their star quarterback in a football obsessed town. The film boasted a very impressive cast from veteran iconic actors to the best up and comers as well as James Van Der Beek in the midst of his Dawson’s Creek fame. Although it didn’t rank high with critics, fans flocked to see the movie which ended up pulling in $52 million at the domestic box office. After 17 years and the tragic loss of star Paul Walker, check out how much the cast is worth now!
11. Joe Pichler
Estimated Net Worth: $500 Thousand. In Varsity Blues, Joe Pichler portrayed Kyle Moxon, the younger brother of Jonathan “Mox” Moxon (James Van Der Beek) who cares more about religion than football to the despair of their football obsessed dad. Prior to the film, Pichler appeared in shows such as In the House, The New Adventures of Superman and Touched by an Angel. His career didn’t really take off and he appeared in a few more TV movies as well as commercials and voice-overs. In a strange turn of events, he was last seen in January 2006 after playing cards with some friends, his car was found a few days later and there has been no sign of Joe Pichler since. As a result his estimated net worth at the time of his disappearance was $500 thousand.
10. Thomas F. Duffy
Estimated Net Worth: $800 Thousand. Thomas F. Duffy began acting back in 1981 and went on to appear in several TV movies and series and from 1987-1997 appeared in 10 episodes of Days of Our Lives as Frank Paton. He is most known for his appearances in Independence Day, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, The Abyss and Varsity Blues as the Moxon’s father Sam Moxon. Although he has 85 acting credits and has appeared in many major series and films, his lack of starring roles has left him with an estimated net worth of $800 thousand.