He starred mainly because gang member Ponyboy Curtis in The Outsiders and in addition played a job in Soul Guy. He in addition has made an appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. He became a rodeo champ in the California Junior Rodeo Association at age group twelve. After his parents divorced, he performed golf along with his grandma and required around the nickname CT. He starred in Battle from the Worlds and in Crimson Dawn. His dad was a stunt performer and a rodeo performer. He offers two sisters called Stacy and Candi and a sibling called John. He wedded Sylvie Anderson in 1992 and he offers two sons called Dashiell and Liam and a child called Isabelle. He starred in Gettysburg with Jeff Daniels.
Full Name C. Thomas Howell
Date Of Birth December 7, 1966
Place Of Birth Los Angeles, CA
Height 1.8 m
Profession Movie Actor
Education Harvard Law School, Evans High School
Nationality American, American
Spouse Sylvie Anderson, Rae Dawn Chong
Children Dashiell Howell, Liam Howell, Isabelle Howell
Parents Chris Howell, Candice Howell, Robin Pearson
Movies The Outsiders, Red Dawn, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Secret Admirer, The Hitcher, The Amazing Spider-Man, Soul Man, Grandview, U.S.A., Side Out, A Tiger's Tale, That Night, Gods and Generals, The Hitcher II: I've Been Waiting, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, Woodlawn, Hoboken Hollow, The Hillside Strangler, Gettysburg, Hidalgo, Breaking the Rules, Pure Danger, The Return of the Musketeers, Asylum Days, To Protect And Serve, Far Out Man, War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave, The Da Vinci Treasure, The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam, Acting on Impulse, Ordinary Miracles, The Day the Earth Stopped, Crimson Force, Young Toscanini, The Far Side of Jericho, The Sweeper, The Land That Time Forgot, Teresa's Tattoo, A Killer Within, Christmas Belle, Chilly Christmas, H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, Fatal Affair, Lost on Purpose, Last Lives, Hot Boyz, Hitman's Run, The Haunting of Marsten Manor, Dead Fire, Mutant Vampire Zombies from the 'Hood!, The Poseidon Adventure, The Prince and the Surfer
TV Shows Southland, Celebracadabra, Amazon, Kindred: The Embraced, Two Marriages, All Jacked Up, The Poseidon Adventure
Star Sign Sagittarius
After winning the magic-performance Celeb-reality show Celebracadabra (2008) in 2008, he has reprised his show's character, "Cherry", and performing at The Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA.
He tested for and was nearly cast as Marty McFly in Back to the Future (1985). The role was given to Eric Stoltz. Stoltz was hired initially as first choice Michael J. Fox was committed to his TV show Family Ties; when Fox was allowed to participate, Stoltz was released and then finally, Michael J. Fox got the role.
In 2003 he was hospitalized for 4 weeks because of a ruptured appendix, a very serious illness, fatal if not treated on time.He lost 45 pounds and surgeons had to take out 3 feet of his intestine among other things in order to save his life. That's the real reason behind his gaunt look in all his movies between 2003 and 2005.As of today he has fully recovered. He's currently working out with a trainer and he has already gained 12 pounds of muscles and his face has filled back. He's also following a strict protein and carbohydrate diet.
Child with second wife Sylvie Anderson, Liam Howell (aka "Liam West Howell"), born April 24, 2001.
Child with second wife Sylvie Anderson, Dashiell Howell, born January 2, 1997.
Child with second wife Sylvie Anderson, Isabelle Howell born 17 February 1993.
On trial for misdemeanors alleged in an accident with a skateboarder on 9 December 2000. The case was later dismissed. [October 2001]
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1986" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 38. 
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 The Hitcher (1986) was a real important film for me as an artist, but more importantly, for me as a person. I was 17 or 18 when I did that movie, just starting to really understand what it was to be an actor. I'd done some movies prior to that where I really was clueless. I had no idea what I was doing on The Outsiders (1983), I had no idea what I was doing in a lot of those movies I did, whether it was Secret Admirer (1985) or Tank (1984) or Grandview, U.S.A. (1984) or A Tiger's Tale (1987). I was just sort of handed a gift at a young age, and I really only knew enough to get into a world of trouble at that point. The Hitcher kind of was a pinnacle for me, because of Rutger Hauer, who's an amazing actor; Jennifer Jason Leigh, who's an award-winning actress and still the most committed actor I've ever worked with to this day; and Jeffrey DeMunn, an incredible guy who has trained more in theater and done some great roles. I was working with these people, who really gave me an opportunity to sit down with each one of them and discuss the craft and how to build a character and how to make choices. At that point, I hadn't really done that. I was just going through the motions, playing these roles of young teenage boys, where the choices are made just by showing up. I mean, you're a young teenage boy, you're playing a young teenage boy. There isn't a whole lot of thinking that goes into that. But The Hitcher was my first step toward adult roles, and the experience of that film is what really made me want to do it for life. It was a time when I was trying to figure out who I was as a human being, as an artist. You're judged so harshly at that point in your life, not only by yourself, but also by your peers. It's a difficult time. Being a teenager really sucks. It's a hard time of life, and I'm about to have two of 'em. I've got one kid who's now 20, but I've got a 16-year-old boy, and I've got a boy who's 12 and just about to step into his teens. I recall my teen years, and I remember that as being the hardest time of my life. You just care so much about what other people think, and it's painful. The Hitcher, for me, was my first step out of that area and into becoming an adult, and I'm so thankful for that role. That experience is one of my favorite experiences in my career, and it's also one of my favorite films.
[2013, on The Hitcher II: I've Been Waiting (2003)] That was probably a mistake, to be honest. It was mishandled. There was a time when Rutger was involved as well, so I sort of committed with the understanding that that was what was taking place, but then that didn't happen. It was a bit of a mess. The whole thing was just a real mess, and there was nothing I could do at that point. It probably should've never been made. And thankfully, nobody really even knows it exists. I don't even really call it a sequel. It's not really a sequel. It's almost a completely different movie, really.
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