Jason Gedrick Net Worth
Jason Geredrick has become one of the most acclaimed actors, amassing an impressive net worth. Through movies and television shows over his long career, he has amassed significant assets – yet remains relatively discreet regarding his private life and assets such as houses, cars, or any other assets which might come his way.
Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois in the United States, Gedrick began his acting career by participating in local theatre productions and school plays before enrolling in drama class for further hone his craft. Soon thereafter he relocated to Los Angeles where auditioning opportunities became readily available in films and TV series.
Gedrick made his acting debut in an uncredited extra role in Bad Boys during the 1980s, before going on to star in many more movies, such as Iron Eagle, The Heavenly Kid Roof Tops and Crossing the Bridge – as well as making an appearance on Boomtown in 2002.
He is currently single, though has no plans to get back into a relationship. Jian and Garrett, his two sons, as well as Ty are all his offspring. In 1989 he married Dana Lavas; however, after several years they divorced. Since then he has not publicly announced any intentions of entering any romantic relationships again.
Jason has been working in the entertainment industry for almost four decades now. He has appeared in multiple films and TV shows throughout his career, which may have contributed to him earning significant earnings. Furthermore, Jason has participated in several successful projects in his time such as The Zoo Gang and Acts of Desperation which may have brought additional wealth his way.
Jason is also an accomplished stage actor, appearing in over two dozen stage productions such as God’s Country and The Christmas Angel, as well as Broadway shows like Count of Monte Cristo and Into the Woods.
He has guest starred on various television shows such as Ally McBeal and Falcone; was featured in the Lifetime movie A Date With Darkness about Andrew Luster’s trial; had recurring roles on Bosch and Major Crimes; in 2012 was part of HBO series Luck for one season; also had an arc as Raynard Waits in NBC series Grimm; will be appearing in Netflix series Birds of Prey soon enough.