Scott Schiaffo Net Worth
Scott Schiaffo or commonly known as Apples, Eli Minelli En, Carte, Eli Minelli was born on December 4, 1963 in Passaic, New Jersey, USA, is a Actor, Composer, Editor. Put an end to your curiosities about Scott Schiaffo net worth, salary, Wiki bio, and everything by reading on from here.
|Birthday||December 4, 1963|
|Birthplace||Passaic, New Jersey, USA|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
|Known As||actor, composer, editor|
What is Scott Schiaffo Net worth & Salary.
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Scott Schiaffo was born in Passaic, New Jersey. Schiaffo is an actor/musician who plays guitar, keyboards, bass, and harmonica. Independent film fans know him best as the "Chewlies Gum Guy" from Kevin Smith's independent cult classic "Clerks".
Schiaffo and his Clerks cast mates were featured in Season 3 of Comic Book Men EP 11 "Pinheads".
Schiaffo has appeared in several feature films as well as many shorts since his big screen debut in the seminal cult comedy "Clerks". He's appeared alongside Michael DeLorenzo in "The Garden State", Selma Blair in "The Broccoli Theory" and Ethan Suplee in "Vulgar"
He was featured in the View Askew produced - Lions Gate distributed motion picture "Vulgar". "Vulgar" has gone on to become a cult film and one of Lions Gate's most controversial releases to date.
Schiaffo played the lead, Mike Tobin in Tom Zanca's crime thriller "Linger" which enjoyed a winning response at many film festivals and is now available worldwide through Amazon.
Scott won an award from the New York Film and Video Festival for his editing and scoring work on the short drama called "Caught Off Tard"
Scott played the lead "Mo Fletcher" in the independent comedy feature "Idiots Are Us" which won Best Comedy Feature at the New York Film and Video Festival. He can be seen in "The Scream" which is hosted by scream queen icon Melissa Bacelar, the B & W short "I Got Stuff" and the live Jule Carey DVD "Love It Live"
Schiaffo recently released a book of collected poetry and short stories called Vicious Dogs Attack Me in Sleepless Nights of Summer and is planning on an audio release of the book with many special guest readers.
In 2014 he released an audio CD called "The Shoestring Serenade" which is a collection of instrumental film music culled from over a decade of original film music he composed & produced. Proceeds from the sale of this collection go to the Angels of Animals rescue in Clifton, New Jersey.
All of the titles above are enjoying worldwide distribution and exposure through Amazon.