Eric Stoltz

Biography: Eric Stoltz was born on the 30th September 1961 in Los Angeles, California, USA and he grew up in both American Samoa and Santa Barbara California. In Santa Barbara he started to make his own money at age 14 by playing piano for the local musical theater productions.

He attended the University of Southern California, but dropped out in his junior year. At college he was roommate with Anthony Edwards. After leaving college, he joined a repertory company, and worked with them in Scotland, UK. After moving to New York in 1981, he soon got his very first film role in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) He was originaly cast for the role of Marty McFly in the movie Back To The Future (1985), but didn't get the role for the reason 'Didn't act enough like a teenager', Instead he landed the role of Rocky Dennis in Mask (1985), for whom he got a Golden Globe Nomination. In 1988, he made his Broadway debut in Our Town. He was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance. Over the
Eric Stoltz was born on the 30th September 1961 in Los Angeles, California, USA and he grew up in both American Samoa and Santa Barbara California. In Santa Barbara he started to make his own money at age 14 by playing piano for the local musical theater productions.

He attended the University of Southern California, but dropped out in his junior year. At college he was roommate with Anthony Edwards. After leaving college, he joined a repertory company, and worked with them in Scotland, UK. After moving to New York in 1981, he soon got his very first film role in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) He was originaly cast for the role of Marty McFly in the movie Back To The Future (1985), but didn't get the role for the reason 'Didn't act enough like a teenager', Instead he landed the role of Rocky Dennis in Mask (1985), for whom he got a Golden Globe Nomination. In 1988, he made his Broadway debut in Our Town. He was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance. Over the years Eric has appeared in movies, theatre plays and on the small screen. Among his mentionable TV roles are Chicago Hope (1994) and The Triangle (2005).

Eric was the director of My Horrible Year, for which he was nominated for a daytime Emmy. His work as a producer includes produced Bodies, Rest & Motion (1993), Sleep with Me (1994), and Mr. Jealousy (1997).
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Eric Stoltz's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 56
Highest Metascore: 94 Pulp Fiction
Lowest Metascore: 30 The Butterfly Effect
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 18
  2. Negative: 4 out of 18
18 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
69 Her Smell Apr 12, 2019 Howard Goodman / Howard Goodman 5.5
tbd Class Rank May 11, 2018 Director / Brilliant Young Nerd's Father tbd
tbd Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk Feb 23, 2018 Director / Producer tbd
52 5 to 7 Apr 3, 2015 Galassi 7.6
47 Fort McCoy Aug 15, 2014 Producer / Frank Stirn tbd
31 The Honeymooners Jun 10, 2005 William Davis 3.5
40 Happy Hour Oct 22, 2004 Levine 5.2
30 The Butterfly Effect Jan 23, 2004 Mr. Miller / Mr. Miller 7.9
49 Harvard Man Jun 28, 2002 Teddy Carter / Teddy Carter 7.9
46 The Simian Line Nov 16, 2001 Sam Donovan 8.8
78 The House of Mirth Dec 22, 2000 Lawrence Selden 7.8
61 Mr. Jealousy Jun 5, 1998 Executive Producer / Lester Grimm, Aka Vince tbd
37 Anaconda Apr 11, 1997 Dr. Steven Cale 6.0
75 Kicking and Screaming Oct 6, 1995 Chet 8.1
55 Rob Roy Apr 7, 1995 Alan MacDonald 8.6
87 Little Women Dec 21, 1994 John Brooke 8.0
94 Pulp Fiction Oct 14, 1994 Lance 9.0
36 The Fly II Feb 10, 1989 Martin Brundle tbd
55 Some Kind of Wonderful Feb 27, 1987 Keith Nelson 8.8
73 Mask Mar 22, 1985 Rocky Dennis tbd
tbd The New Kids Jan 18, 1985 Mark tbd