Michael Kostroff

Michael Kostroff Net Worth of 1 Million Dollars

Michael Kostroff is an American actor with a net worth of one million. Michael Kostroff came into this world in New York City, New York, in 1961. He made the on-screen debut of his as a guest on 1994's "The Steven Banks Show". Kostroff appeared in several shows, including "Partners", "General Hospital", "The Geena Davis Show", "Men, Dogs" and women, "Felicity", "The King of Queens", and "Malcolm in the Middle", prior to landing the component of Maury Levy on the hit HBO drama series "The Wire". Kostroff appeared on the series until the show's 2008 end. He's since received a recurring part on "Sonny with a Chance", appeared in 5 attacks of "Damages", and guest starred on "The Middle". Kostroff's various other movie and TV credits are "The West Wing", "8 Simple Rules", "The Inside", "Charmed", "Boston Legal", "Veronica Mars", "Commander in Chief", "The Closer", "Studio sixty on the Sunset Strip", "In Case of Emergency", "The Wedding Bells", "Without a Trace", Sisters" and "brothers, "Weeds", "Cold Case", "Return from the River Kwai", "Liar Liar", "Blunt", "Marco Polo: Return to Xanadu", "Eagle Eye", and "Hit List". Throughout 2001, he served as the editor of the 2001 TV movie "Surviving Gilligan's Island: The Incredibly True Story of probably the Longest 3 Hour Tour in History". He's active in several stage productions and works with Los Angeles' Musical Theatre Guild. Kostroff worked on Barack Obama's presidential campaign and also published the first publication of his, "Letters by Backstage".

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