Clint Howard Snow Globes
Clint Howard has been a prominent figure in American film history in recent years. Each snow globe features a miniature scene from a popular television or film. Howard used 150,000 lbs of crushed marble to create snow in the movie “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”. Clint Howard also made snow globes with the stars of Apollo 13 or “Say One For Me”.
As a young man, Clint Howard fronted a new age rock group, The Kempsters, and even sang lead vocals for the band The Kempsters. His avocation for the art of making custom snow globes has continued to grow over the years, as he has turned to snow globes for his many fans. Clint Howard began creating snow globes in 2015 to help spread his message and raise funds for charitable causes. He also has a successful business making custom snow globes for film productions.
Many people are not aware of Clint Howard’s childhood dream, despite his popularity. The actor’s first film was a television drama titled ‘Gentle Ben’, which was released by Disney’s Touchstone Films in 1965. In 2015, he began creating his own one-of-a-kind snow globes, and has been featured on several entertainment shows. He was once even briefly involved in a love triangle with actress Betty Lynn.
In the same spirit, many fans will be thrilled to discover that Clint Howard’s snow globe collection has grown to include over two hundred movies and TV credits. In 1998, he was presented with the MTV Movie Award for Lifetime Achievement, which is a rare honor. Many people admire his achievements in the film industry. Howard has written a memoir called The Boys, in addition to making a variety of movies.
Although Clint Howard is best known for his role as Hal Mitchell in the independent film “Alabama Moon,” he has also starred in numerous television series, including “Seinfeld,” “Arrested Development,” and “Married with Children.” He also runs his own custom snow globe company and fronts a new age rock band. He was born on April 20th, 1959 in Burbank, California. Howard’s parents were artists, and he began acting early.
The actor was also famous for his role in ’60s sitcom “Gentle Ben,” in which he played a child who was invited to a birthday party. Howard was also an animated character in “The Jungle Book,” and he voiced the role of Roo in three Winnie the Pooh films. Howard has voiced many animated movies including “Winnie the Pooh”, “The Blustery Day” and “The Jungle Book.” He also voiced Hathi Jr. in “The Jungle Book,” a fictional film based on his life.
Clint Howard has no children, but he does have a successful snow globe business and a number of other projects. He co-produced Lando, the 2005 film. His net worth is estimated to be $4 million. This is a remarkable feat for an actor Clint Howard’s caliber. We can all learn from him. We can’t forget his friendship with Charlie Sheen. Just check out his bio below!