Tony Peuer Net worth: Tony Peuer is an American screenwriter with a net worth of $ 2 million. He is known for being the first American screenwriter to write a $ 100 million summer blockbuster film. The film was the 1996 “Eraser” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Kahn and Vanessa Williams.
Tony Puree was born in New York, NY. He graduates from Brown University where he majored in the arts. At the beginning of his career he directed the hip hop music video. He later moved to Los Angeles where he attended the inaugural class of Walt Disney Writer’s Fellowship.
In 1996, the film “Eraser” was produced based on his screenplay. The film earned $ 242 million at a box office budget of $ 100 million. The same year he wrote the TV special “Popcorn Movie Review”.
In 2003, Tony Peuer wrote an episode of the TV series “Street Time” and in 2018 he wrote an episode of “Queen of the South”.
Tony famously designed the poster of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign that sits in The National Portrait Gallery today. Tony Puree co-produced and co-wrote the graphic novel series Concrete Park from Dark Horse Comics.
She was previously married to actress Erica Alexander.