Alex Winter’s Net Worth

Alex Winter’s Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Alex Winter net worth is
$9 Million

Alex Winter Wiki Biography

Alexander Ross Winter was born on the 17th July 1965, in London, England of Jewish, British and German descent. He is now an American actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Marko in “The Lost Boys” (1987), playing Bill S. Preston, Esq. in “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” (1989) and its sequel “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey” (1991), and as Ricky Coogan in “Freaked” (1993). He is also known as a film director. His career has been active since 1978.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Alex Winter is? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Alex’s net worth is over $9 million, as of mid- 2019. Most of his wealth is the result of his successful involvement in the entertainment industry, not only as an actor, but also as a film director.

Alex Winter Net Worth $9 Million

Alex Winter is the son of Gregg Mayer and Ross Albert Winter, who were dance teachers. At the age of five, the family moved from England to St. Louis, Missouri, USA, where his father established the Mid-American Dance Company. When he was 13 years old, Alex moved to New York City to study Film at New York University, and parallel with that, he began pursuing his acting career, appearing in Broadway productions including “Peter Pan”, “The King And I”, and “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up”, among others.

Right after graduation, Alex’s professional acting career began, when he made his debut appearance in the role of Marko in the cult vampire film “The Lost Boys” in 1987, which was followed with the role of Dr. John William Polidori in the 1988 film “Haunted Summer”. His breakout role came in the following year, when he was selected to play Bill S. Preston, Esq. in the cult comedy classic “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure”, with Keanu Reeves. As the film became an enormous success, he repeated the role in the TV series with the same name in 1990, and in the film’s sequel “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey” in 1991. To speak further of his acting career, Alex appeared in such film and TV titles as “Saul Of The Mole Men” (2007), “Ben 10: Alien Swarm” (2010), and “Grand Piano” (2013), all of which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

Apart from his successful career as an actor, Alex Winter is also known as a film director, who worked together with his friend Tom Stern. His first big project was the MTV comedy show “The Idiot Box” (1993), which was followed with his work on the film “Freaked” in the same year, after which he took a break before returning with the 1999 film “Fever”.

Additional to his directing career, Alex has also directed a number of music videos for the bands RHCP, and Ice Cube, contributing further to his net worth. Most recently, he directed the documentary film “Deep Web” (2015), “Smosh: The Movie” (2015), and currently he is filming “Zappa”, which is scheduled for release in 2017.

Regarding his personal life, Alex Winter has been married to Ramsey Ann Naito since 2010; the couple has one child. Previously, he was married to Sonya Dawson, with whom he also has one child.

Full NameAlex Winter
Net Worth$9 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 17, 1965
Place Of BirthLondon, United Kingdom
Height1.7 m
EducationNew York University
SpouseRamsey Ann Naito (m. 2010)
ChildrenLeroy Winter
ParentsGregg Mayer, Ross Albert Winter
SiblingsStephen Winter
NicknamesAlexander Winter , Alexander Ross Winter , Alex Winter Esq. , Alexander Ross "Alex" Winter
MoviesBill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, Deep Web, The Lost Boys, Freaked, Ben 10: Alien Swarm, Smosh: The Movie, Ben 10: Race Against Time, Death Wish 3, Downloaded, Grand Piano, Haunted Summer, Rosalie Goes Shopping, The Borrowers, Bar-B-Que Movie, Fever
TV ShowsThe Idiot Box, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures
1The trick of making movies in this culture is how to not give up everything that makes them worthwhile in order to get them made - and that's a tricky balance.
2With Fever (1999), the film was so made for the screen, and there's so much surround sound that was done for the film - enormous detail paid to that. I wasn't thinking video, because I didn't know how it was going to turn out.
3The thing is there have been American movies that are similar to Solaris (1972), like Alien (1979) had a lot of things that are similar, although it's also got the horror element.
4The film, even when we were making it in that budget range, which was really a coup - we got it made because we pitched it to the studio head, Joe Roth.
5Like I said about Freaked (1993), people tend to find these films, and I think that in the end the cool thing about a movie is that it can be sort of burnt temporarily, but then it's burnt into the fabric of your culture.
6I'm not saying it isn't frustrating that my films haven't gotten a bigger release, but I'm really happy with them and if you just keep cranking and eventually, if you have a certain sensibility, some of your movies will hit and some just won't.
7That's kind of the weird thing that M. Night Shyamalan has sort of unleashed upon the world is this need for every movie to have these ridiculous endings.
8The thing about movies these days is that the commerce end of it is so inflated and financiers are just expecting this enormous return on their investment.
9They're innocent movies, and they're fun movies and there were no pretensions about 'em.
10After living in LA for 8 years, I sort of wanted a change, but there's not much production in New York, which is where I primarily live, so I just sort of drifted over to London.
11I'm really influenced by so many different things.
12It's hard for a hit to be bad for your career.
13Same thing, like my commercials are often times really funny because I tend to find 30 seconds is a really good amount of time to tell a joke.
14I think filmmakers want their movies to be seen.
15I take a lot from everywhere. I take from music, architecture, novels, and plays. Anywhere that hits you.
16I'm one of the few people who really like Eyes Wide Shut (1999).
17I'm not trying to be some kind of underground renegade.
18I think movies are good for getting into dream states or exploring weird alternate states of thinking.
19I actually did use to sell shoes.
20I really love sort of classical cinema where people were telling stories with very little dialogue, and people were using the camera in a really interesting way.
21I direct a lot of TV commercials and music videos.
22Coppola has problems getting financing, so why should I not have problems getting financing.
23But it is funny, because I saw Unbreakable recently and it's a strange movie, I didn't mind it, and it's got some interesting things going on.
24My favorite favorites are people like Bunuel, Fellini and Charlie Chaplin.
25Certain remakes are great. [John] Carpenter's The Thing (1982) is better than the original.
26I get very driven by certain themes and ideas.
27I just like movies that somehow expose the world in a way that's different than you imagine it.
28Hitchcock had to fight to the death to make his movies.
1Born on the 10 year anniversary of the opening of Disneyland.
2His favorite character, that he played, was "Granny S. Preston" in Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991).
3Appeared in a couple of Broadway musical productions as a teenager. He was a replacement son Louis in Yul Brynner's revival of "The King and I" in 1978 and the following year played young John Darling in "Peter Pan" starring Sandy Duncan.
4Made his musical stage debut at age 10 in the St. Louis Opera production of "Oliver!" starring Vincent Price as Fagin. Alex played one of the urchins.
5Moved from London to St. Louis when he was 5. There his father, Ross, ran the Mid-American Dance Company, the Midwest's largest modern dance troupe, and his mother, Gregg Mayer, taught dance at Washington University. He has a brother named Stephen.
6He studied Film at college in New York City and starred in a number of plays whilst still a student.
7Graduated from Montclair Highschool in 1983. There he attended the school of performing arts.
8Attended film school at New York University with Tom Stern. They became good friends and have collaborated on several film projects.
9Father, with Sonya Dawson, of son Leroy, born in 1998.
10When trying out for the parts of Bill and Ted, each actor was paired up with another. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter were paired up, Reeves trying out for the part of Bill while Winter trying out for the part of Ted. They were cast opposite what they tried out for.


Untitled Bill & Ted ProjectannouncedBill S. Preston
Anyone Can Quantum2016ShortAlex Winter (uncredited)
Grand Piano2013Assistant
Robot Chicken2012TV SeriesBill S. Preston Steve Earl the Lego Man
Medium Rare2010TV SeriesTimmy
Ben 10: Alien Swarm2009TV MovieNanomech (voice)
Ben 10: Race Against Time2007TV MovieConstantine Jacobs
Saul of the Mole Men2007TV SeriesKing Mole Man
Bones2007TV SeriesMonte Gold
Fever1999Subway Passenger (uncredited)
The Borrowers1997TV Gangster
Freaked1993Ricky Coogan
Basic Values: Sex, Shock & Censorship in the 90's1993TV MovieStinx On Ice
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey1991Bill Granny Preston
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures1990TV SeriesBill S. Preston, Esq.
Aisles of Doom1989ShortGrendel T.W. Ulcerous
Rosalie Goes Shopping1989Schatzi Greenspace
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure1989Bill S. Preston
Bar-B-Que Movie1988ShortMexican Hitchhiker
Haunted Summer1988Dr. John William Polidori
Medium Rare1987Timmy
The Lost Boys1987Marko (as Alexander Winter)
Squeal of Death1985ShortHowie / Various Characters
The Equalizer1985TV SeriesJeffrey
Death Wish 31985Hermosa


Zappa2018Documentary filming
Trump's Lobby2017Documentary short
Relatively Free2016Documentary short
Quantum Is Calling2016TV Movie
Anyone Can Quantum2016Short
Smosh: The Movie2015
Kirby Buckets2015TV Series 2 episodes
Bella and the Bulldogs2015TV Series 1 episode
Deep Web2015Documentary
Maker Shack Agency2014TV Series 1 episode
Betas2013TV Series 1 episode
Marvin Marvin2013TV Series 1 episode
Supah Ninjas2011-2013TV Series 5 episodes
Level Up2012TV Series 4 episodes
Blue Mountain State2011TV Series 2 episodes
Ben 10: Alien Swarm2009TV Movie
Ben 10: Race Against Time2007TV Movie
Dirty Famous2005TV Movie original pilot
Tabla Beat Science: Talamanam Sound Clash2003Video
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2003TV Series comedy shorts
Extreme: Photograffitti1991Video short
The Idiot Box1991TV Series 1 episode
Bar-B-Que Movie1988Short
Squeal of Death1985Short


Zappa2018Documentary producer filming
Trump's Lobby2017Documentary short producer
Relatively Free2016Documentary short producer
Quantum Is Calling2016TV Movie producer
Anyone Can Quantum2016Short producer
Deep Web2015Documentary producer
Downloaded2013Documentary producer
Ben 10: Alien Swarm2009TV Movie executive producer
Ben 10: Race Against Time2007TV Movie executive producer
Squeal of Death1985Short producer


Aisles of Doom1989Short writer
Squeal of Death1985Short
Zappa2018Documentary filming
Alex Winter Live on the Crypto Show2015Short
Deep Web2015Documentary
Downloaded2013Documentary written by
Fever1999written by
Freaked1993written by
The Idiot Box1991TV Series writer - 1 episode


Freaked1993writer: "Wienerschnitzel Polka"
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey1991performer: "THE REAPER RAP"
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures1990TV Series performer - 1 episode


Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films2014Documentary our deepest appreciation
VOD Indie2013TV Series thanks - 1 episode


Banking on Bitcoin2016DocumentaryHimself
Alex Winter Live on the Crypto Show2015ShortHimself - Panelist
The 3rd Annual Geekie Awards2015TV MovieHimself - Presenter
Made in Hollywood2015TV SeriesHimself
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2014TV SeriesHimself
Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films2014DocumentaryHimself
The Real History of Science Fiction2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The Seventh Art2013TV SeriesHimself
Blue Mountain State: Behind the Scenes Documentary2013Documentary shortHimself
That Metal Show2011TV SeriesHimself - Stump the Trunk Guest
The 50 Greatest Comedy Films2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Most Triumphant Making-of Documentary2005Video documentary shortHimself - Guest
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2004TV SeriesHimself
Biography2003TV Series documentaryHimself
I Love 1980's2001TV Series documentaryHimself
The Word1994TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1993TV SeriesHimself
The Idiot Box1991-1992TV SeriesHimself / Willard Shreck / Eddie the Flying Gimp / ...
Impact Video Magazine1989Video documentaryHimself - Host

Archive Footage

No Sleep TV32015TV SeriesRicky Coogan
Nostalgia Critic2014TV SeriesBill Preston
Edición Especial Coleccionista2012TV SeriesBill S. Preston, Esq.
The Frollo Show2011TV SeriesBill S. Preston
Silenci?2005TV SeriesBill S. Preston

Won Awards

1995Grand PrizeGérardmer Film FestivalVideoFreaked (1993)

Nominated Awards

2016Cinema Eye Honors AwardCinema Eye Honors Awards, USOutstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Filmmaking for TelevisionDeep Web (2015)
2015Festival AwardBrooklyn Film FestivalBest Documentary FeatureDeep Web (2015)
2015Bruce Sinofsky Prize for Documentary FeatureMontclair Film Festival (MFF)Deep Web (2015)
2015Golden EyeZurich Film FestivalBest International Documentary FilmDeep Web (2015)
2013Audience AwardSXSW Film FestivalDocumentary SpotlightDownloaded (2013)
1993Best FilmSitges - Catalonian International Film FestivalFreaked (1993)

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