Jason Bateman Net Worth, Wiki-How Did Jason Bateman Build His Net Worth Up To $30 Million?
Facts of Jason Bateman Net Worth, Wiki-How Did Jason Bateman Build His Net Worth Up To $30 Million?
|Net worth||$30 million|
|Date of Birth:||1969 January 14|
|First Name||Jason Kent|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
Jason Bateman is a successful American actor, director, and producer who has a net worth of $30 million. He is very popular for his role in "The Hogan Family" and "Arrested Development". Jason has won Golden Globe Awards and Emmy Awards.
How Much Is Jason Bateman Earning?
Annually Income: $3,500,000.00
Monthly Income: $292,000.00
Weekly Income: $73,000.00
Daily Income: $10,400.00
Jason Bateman has a net worth of $30 million with $125,000 annual salary. His estimated yearly income is around $3,529,412 and Sponsorship/Endorsement amount is $784,314. Jason is one of the lucky people who got respect and awards both in American television and film industry which help him to earn a decent amount of money.
Jason Bateman Income From Movie
Untitled Joel Edgerton Project: $5,244,755
The Family Fang: $3,246,753
The Longest Week: $2,435,065
Know About Jason Bateman's Property And Car
Jason Bateman has owned a Beverly Hills mansion worth $3 million.
Jason Bateman has purchased a BMW Hydrogen 7 worth $82,295.
How Did Jason Bateman Begin His Career?
Jason Bateman began his career in television "Little House on the Prairie", as James Cooper, with his sister, is adopted by the Ingalls family in 1981. He played Rick Schroder's scheming school friend as a supporting character on the sitcom Silver Spoons from 1982 to 1984.
In 1984, Jason appeared in the Knight Rider third-season episode "Lost Knight" and with Burt Reynolds on the men's team in the inaugural week of the game show "Win, Lose or Draw". He had major roles in four series such as Simon, Chicago Sons, George & Leo, and Some of My Best Friends.
In 2002, Jason appeared in the romantic comedy film, "The Sweetest Thing" as a character of a frisky sibling of Thomas Jane's. His success in the television series "Arrested Development" helped him land small roles in movies, "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Starsky & Hutch", "The Break-Up", "Smokin' Aces" between 2004 and 2007.
In 2007, Jason played Special Agent Adam Leavitt in the action film, "The Kingdom" and he had a supporting role in the comedy-drama, "Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium", as Henry Weston. He appeared in comedy-drama film, "Juno" and she was nominated for Critic's Choice Awards for his performance.
In 2008, Jason appeared in the superhero film, "Hancock" as Ray Embrey as well as lent his voice for animated comedy series, "Sit Down, Shut Up" in 2009. He starred in a romantic comedy, "The Switch" in 2010. Jason was seen in comedy, "Paul", played the role of Special Agent Zoil in 2011 and starred in Horrible Bosses and the body-switch comedy "The Change-Up" which received criticism for its crude humor.
In 2013 Jason starred with Melissa Mc Carthy in crime comedy film directed by Seth Gordon, which tells a story about a man (Bateman) whose identity is stolen by a woman (McCarthy) and Bad Words, a black comedy film marked his directorial debut. In 2016, Jason gave his voice to "Zootopia" alongside with Idris Elba.
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How Did Jason Bateman Spend His Childhood? Also, Know About His Personal Life
Jason Bateman was born on January 14, 1969, in Rye, New York, U.S. as Jason Kent Bateman. He is a son of Elizabeth, who is a former flight attendant and Kent Bateman, who is an actor, writer and director of film and television, and founder of a repertory stage in Hollywood. He has two siblings, older sister Justine and three half-brothers.
The detail information about his education is unknown.
Relationship Between Jason Bateman and Amanda Anka
Jason Bateman got married to Amanda Anka, the daughter of singer Paul Anka in 2003. Later, the couple was blessed with two children, Francesca Nora and Maple Sylvie.
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