Tom Atkins- Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Ethnicity

Tom Atkins

Tom Atkins has been welcomed into the Fangoria Chainsaw Horror Hall of Fame. Tom Atkins is well-known for his roles in films such as Halloween III, The Fog, and My Bloody Valentine. In 2019, he starred as Talbott in the film Trick.

Quick Facts

Real Name Tom Atkins
Nick Name Tom
Date Of Birth November 13, 1935
Age 87 years old
Birthplace Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Nationality American
Profession Actor, Theater Artist
Height 6 feet 1 inch
Weight 86 kg
Hair Color White
Eye color Blue
Net Worth $1 million

Scott Evans Age & Early Life

Tom Atkins was born on November 13, 1935, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to George C. Atkins and Dorothy E. Williams. He is of English descent. George, his father, worked at the J&L Steel Factory in Pennsylvania. Tom has always had a fascination with terror and science fiction. His father, on the other hand, had always expected him to continue on his path.

In terms of his scholastic history, he graduated from his hometown’s high school. Following that, he joined the US Navy after being struck by the lifestyle of a Naval commander. He later enrolled at Duquesne University. He was a part of the Gamma Phi Society while at university. Atkins became interested in performing at the time. In addition, he joined the campus theater company.

Scott Evans Height & Weight

Tom Atkins has white hair and blue eyes. He is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs approximately 86 kg.

Tom Atkins

Scott Evans’s Net Worth

How much is Scott Evans’s net worth? He is believed to have a net worth of $1 million as of August 2023. His wages as a performer vary from $21k to $215k. Aside from that, he earns between $22k and $60k as a theatrical performer.


Tom Atkins began his work as a theatrical performer. As a performer, he has appeared on both Broadway and off-Broadway stages. After a flourishing job, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue a profession in television. In small parts, he appeared in The Doctors and Gaze Up and Survive on television. Eventually, in 1968, he won his first part in the film The Investigator. In the film, he plays the role of Harmon, a police officer. After the film, he mostly featured in TV shows. Get Christie Love!, Rhoda, Harry O, The Rookies, The Rockford Files, and Serpico are among them. In 1980, he was featured in John Carpenter’s films The Fog and The Ninth Configuration.

He played the lead role of Dr. Daniel Challis in Halloween III: Season of the Witch in 1982. The film became one of his finest performances. Following that, he showcased TV shows such as The Mississippi, Murder Me, Murder You, T.J, Hooker, Blind Justice, and Stingray. In the 1986 film Night of the Creeps, he played the role of Ray. The film was a watershed moment in his career. Following that, he appeared in films such as My Bloody Valentine, Drive Furious, Judy’s Dead, and many others. Aside from film, he regularly features in Pittsburgh theatre, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, and Broadway productions. His most well-known pieces include The Chief, A Musical Christmas Tale, and The Changing Room.

Scott Evans Wife & Marriage

Who is Scott Evans’s wife? Janis Lee Rodgers is Tom Atkins’ wife. The ceremony took place on March 15, 1986. E. Taylor Atkins, the couple’s firstborn, was born to them. E. Taylor, his son, is an assistant lecturer. He is a history professor at Northern Illinois University. Tom was previously married to Garn Stephens. Garn, his ex-wife, is a professional actor. The specifics of his nuptials and breakup are kept under wraps.