An American actor and musician, ‘Edward Walter Furlong’ was born on August 2, 1977 in Glendale, California, United States. Edward became popular from appearing as a child actor. The popular actor won Saturn and MTV Movie Awards for his outstanding performance in 1991 movie ‘Terminator 2: Judgment Day’. A year after a movie, he received a second Saturn Award nomination for his work in the movie ‘Pet Sematary Two’. Furlong even received a Young Artist Award for his breakthrough performance along with Kathy Bates in the 1993 movie ‘A Home of Our Own’.
Edward was highly appreciated for his leading roles played in the 1998 motion pictures ‘Pecker’ and ‘American History X’. His other notable movies includes Little Odessa, The Grass Harp and Before and After. In the year 1996, he reprised his role as John Connor in the International Universal Studios parks attraction T2 3-D: Battle Across Time. Besides his acting career, he also had a keen interest in singling. In the year 1991, he released his album titled ‘Hold on Tight’. His album was only sold in the Japan. He likes to do experiment on her roles in the movies. As a result, he accepted the different movies in his acting career. His last significant roles were seen in the 1999 comedy movie ‘Detroit Rock City’ and 2000 crime drama ‘Animal Factory’.
The talented actor has also been the part of controversies. His successful career subsequently declined due to the multiple arrests and court cases. He was also found the victim of chronic substance abuse and alcoholism. Despite of the various controversies, he gave continuity to his acting and kept on showing his tremendous acting skills. In the 2005, he portrayed the title character in direct-to-video horror movie ‘The Crow: Wicked Prayer’. He even played a supporting role in 2011 released movie The Green Hornet. As of 2014, Furlong has earned total net worth amount of $100 thousand.