Omri Haim Katz (born on May 30, 1976) was American actor who was. Eerie Indiana, Matinee, Adventures in Dinosaur City, Hocus Pocus, and the soap opera are among his roles from television and movies.
|Full name||Omri Haim Katz|
|Date of birth||May 30, 1976|
|Place of birth||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Net worth||$2 million|
|Marital status||Not married|
Early life and education
Israeli-Jewish immigrants Rina and Yoram Katz nurtured Katz in Los Angeles, California, where he was born and raised.
He has an elder sister named Lali and a brother named Michael. Katz also worked as a hairstylist. Katz spent a year living in Israel as a child. He grew up with his two siblings, a younger sister named Lali and a brother named Michael.
Omri had a strong interest in the performing arts at a young age, and by the time he was seven, he had already begun appearing in films. Although the specifics of his education are still unknown, he is well educated. He took acting classes to develop his abilities, as far as we know.
Parents and family
His parents, Yoram and Rina Katz, immigrated to the US from Israel. After coming in the United States, they resided in Los Angeles, California, where Omri and the rest of his siblings were born. There isn’t a lot known about his parents, including whether or not they are still married and what they do for a job. Omri is rumoured to have spent some of his formative years in Israel, as is well known. Michael and Lali, Omri’s two siblings, both have accomplished careers in their own industries. However, the public has limited access to information about them.
When Omri Katz made an appearance on the CBS-TV soap opera Dallas in 1983, he made his film debut. He portrayed John Ross Ewing Ill, the show’s key characters R Ewing and Sue Ellen Ewing’s son, from 1983 until 1991. Larry Hagman and Linda Grey played his parents. Later, in 1996’s Dallas: JR Returns, the show’s sequel, he made an appearance. He appeared in a cameo in the 1984 episode of the Jameson Parker and Gerald McRaney-starring American detective series Simon & Simon.
The actor played Marshall Teller in the early 1990s television series Scary, Indiana from 1991 to 1992. Both the made-for-TV movie Adventures in Dinosaur and an episode of the Family Channel series Zorro featured him as a guest star in 1991. The next year, he costarred with Olivia Burnette and Connie Ray on an episode of The Torkelsons as Jason.
Omri’s major break came in the fantasy horror comedy, where he played the role of Max Dennison, in 1993. mumbo-jumbo. Later that year, he played Stan in Joe Dante’s comedic movie Matinee. Then, from 1993 to 1995, he appeared frequently as Tony Hemingway on The John Larroquette Show. His additional acting credits include roles in General Hospital (2000) and Freaks and Geeks (1999).
He made his final appearance on cinema in the 2002 movie Journey into the Night before quitting acting. Omri Katz won the 1984 Soap Opera Digest Award for remarkable Youth for his remarkable performance on the CBS Soap Opera in Dallas.
Omri Katz isn’t married right now. He has dated a famous person once. He’s never had a wife.
Omri’s estimated net worth is $2 million, most of which was amassed from his acting achievements.