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    Thomas Haden Church (born Thomas Richard McMillen; June 17, 1960) is an American actor, director, and writer.

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    Thomas Haden Church was born Thomas Richard McMillen in Yolo, California, to Maxine (Sanders) and Carlos Richard McMillen, who was a U.S. marine and surveyor. He was raised in Texas. His mother remarried George Quesada, a widowed WWII veteran who served in Guam, in 1969. He adopted this surname Quesada.

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  3. Thomas Haden Church - Rotten Tomatoes › celebrity › thomas_haden_church

    Famous for his role as the loveable nitwit mechanic, Lowell Mather, on the long-running sitcom, "Wings" (NBC, 1990-97), actor Thomas Haden Church overcame being typecast in similar roles by turning...

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    See Thomas Haden Church full list of movies and tv shows from their career. Find where to watch Thomas Haden Church's latest movies and tv shows

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    Thomas Haden Church was born in Woodland, Yolo County, California. His real name is “Thomas Richard McMillen.” He is born to his mother named Maxine (born 1936) and his father named Carlos Richard McMillen (1936–2008). His father has worked in the Marines for eight years. He had also served as a surveyor. Due to personal issues, the Church’s parents took a divorce. His mother went to Texas and got remarried to widower George A. Quesada in 1969. Church completed his graduation from the University of North Texas, Harlingen High School in 1979.

    Looking at his personal life, Church lives in Kerrville, Texas, on his vast 2,000-acre ranch. While he was shooting for his movie, “Divorce,” he took a house on rent in New Rochelle, NY. Thomas Haden Church has never married in his life. He was in a relationship with Mia Zottoli. Together they have two children. His stepfather, named George, died in 2012, and his father died in 2008. He modified his name from “Thomas Richard McMillen” to “Thomas Haden Church.” Both the words “Haden” and “Church” are linked to his ancestry.

    Being born on June 17, 1960, Thomas Haden Church is 60 years old as of today’s date 25th May 2021. His height is 5 ft 9 inches tall, and his weight is 75 kg.

    Church debuted in the entertainment industry as a radio personality. He started getting some voice-over assignments. He was starred in “Death Takes a Vacation on Ice.” Later, he got the first breakthrough on the NBC sitcom Wings. Church played the role of Lowell Mather, who was a slow-witted aircraft mechanic. The show went for six seasons from 1990 to 1995. His performance in the show was immensely appreciated and got him fame and appreciation. With this success, Church got a lead role on the television show “Ned & Stacey.” He has also worked in a supporting role in a few more films as Tombstone, Demon Knight, The Specials, and George of the Jungle. In 2003, he made his debut as a director with the film “Rolling Kansas.” Next, Church worked in a critically acclaimed movie, “Sideways.” His noteworthy performance in the movie brought him immense success. He was honored with an “IFP Independent Spirit Award” and was nominated for the “Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.” The chur...

    During his film and television career, Church has been honored with several awards and nominations. Some of them are as follows: Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 2005 for the movie Sideways (2004), Two Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor in 2004 for the movie Sideways and in 2007 for the miniseries Broken Trail (2006). In 2007, he was awarded a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries Broken Trail (2007) He received one of three Screen Actors Guild Award nominations in 2005 for Brilliant Performance by a Group in a Motion Picture for Sideways (2004). In addition to it, he was nominated for Spider-Man 3 in 2007, and for the movie, “Whitewash” in 2014.

    The net worth of Thomas Haden Church is computed to be $25 Million as of May 2021. He has made a majority of the net worth from acting, direction, and voice-over works. Throughout his career, he has worked in various successful movies such as “Ned and Stacy,” “Free Money,” “Spider-Man 3”, “Spanglish”, “Sideways”, “George of the Jungle”, “Broken Trail”, “Tombstone”, “Easy A”, and “Smart People”. All these movies have contributed substantially to making his huge net worth. Church has garnered appreciation for starring in hit comedy series “Wings” that went for five seasons. For his incredible performance in movies, he nominated for several prestigious awards such as an Oscar, a SAG Award, an Emmy, and a Golden Globe. Between 2016 and 2018, Church starred and worked as an executive producer in the HBO miniseries titled “Divorce.” He has also lent his voice in a few commercials that include Icehouse beer, and Merrill Lynch. He also ventured into direction with the movie “Rolling Kansas”...

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    Hill was born in Blackley, Manchester. He was brought up in a Catholic family of miners. Hill attended Xaverian College, and then Manchester Polytechnic School of Drama at the same time as Richard Griffiths. He graduated with a diploma in theatre in 1970.

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    Hill first came to prominence as Yosser Hughes, a Liverpool working class man ultimately driven to the edge by an uncaring system, in Alan Bleasdale's BBC Play for Today programme, The Black Stuff, and its more famous series sequel, Boys from the Blackstuff. His character's much-repeated phrase Gizza job ("Give us a job") became popular with protesters against Margaret Thatcher's government, because of the high unemployment of the time. With his bemused brood of kids never let out of his sigh...

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    Hill then appeared as Sergeant Putnam in Gandhi (1982), directed by Richard Attenborough. Though Hill did not figure prominently in the cast, he benefited from being part of an Oscar-winning film. Next up for Hill was Roger Donaldson’s The Bounty (1984), a fourth dramatisation of the famed mutiny on HMS Bounty. He had previously taken smaller parts in a number of British television dramas, appearing in the acclaimed I, Claudius in 1976 as Gratus, the no-nonsense soldier of Caligula's bodyguar...


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