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Jake Weary Wiki/Biography
Born as Jacob Weary, on 14 February 1990 in Trenton, New Jersey USA to actress Kim Zimmer and actor and director Allen ‘’A.C.‘’ Weary, Jake is an actor, musician, singer, songwriter and producer, probably best known for his work on movies such as ‘’It Follows’’ and ‘’Altitude’’.
So just how rich is Jake Weary as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, this young actor has net worth of over $1.6 million, accumulated from his over a decade-long career in the previously mentioned field.
Jake Weary Net Worth $1.6 million
In his late childhood days, Jake became interested in music, and at that time, was writing and producing hip hop and rap music. As a child of acting-oriented parents, he was naturally interested in that field as well, and started off his acting career appearing in his mother’s television shows. He made his debut in the critically acclaimed TV crime show ‘’Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’’ in 2004, followed by another guest-starring role in ‘’Listen Up’’ in the same year. In the next year, he landed a role in ‘’As the World Turns’’, portraying Luke Snyder and eventually acting in the total of 58 episodes. He went on to act in the TV comedy movie entitled ‘’Testing Bob’’ in 2005, then portrayed Tim Stenton in ‘’Law & Order: Criminal Intent’’.
His net worth was now well established.
Jake remained busy throughout the mid- and late-2000s, but most importantly, landed the role of Kevin in ‘’Fred: The Movie’’ in 2010, and subsequently in its sequel, ‘’Fred 2: The Night Of the Living Fred’’. Jake continued working on the ‘’Fred’’ franchise, appearing in 17 episodes of ‘’Fred: The Show’’, and besides that in ‘’Fred 3’’, both in 2012. In 2013, he starred in the short comedy movie ‘’Glove’’, acting alongside Julian Evens and Luke Cook. As of 2014, he was a guest-star in two episodes of ‘’Chicago Fire’’, however, his most prominent project of that year was ‘’It Follows’’, a publically acclaimed horror movie that won awards including the Next Wave Award for Best Film and Best Screenplay, and the Chainsaw Award for the Best Wide-Release Film, as well as earning 41 nominations, so was one of the most notable indie movies of that year. All added to his net worth.
Since 2015, he has worked on short movies such as ‘’The Deal’’, in which he played the starring role, and speaking about his more recent projects, Weary appeared in 23 episodes of the television series ‘’Animal Kingdom’’ playing Derren Cody, debuting in June 2016 and the last through August 2017. When it comes to his future projects, Jake’s film ‘’Finding Steve McQueen’’ is in post production.
In his personal life, Jake doesn’t share information regarding his relationship status, or any previous partners, but confirms that he is not gay, and is still single. He is active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram and has more than 15,000 followers on the former, whereas he has 35,00 followers on the latter.
|Full Name||Jake Weary|
|Net Worth||$1.6 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 14, 1990|
|Place Of Birth||Trenton, New Jersey, United States|
|Parents||Kim Zimmer, A.C. Weary|
|Siblings||Max Weary, Rachel Weary|
|Movies||Message from the King, It Follows, Zombeavers, Escape From Polygamy, Fred 3: Camp Fred, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, Altitude, Fred: The Movie, The Deal|
|TV Shows||Fred: The Show, Animal Kingdom|
|Message from the King||2016||Bill|
|Animal Kingdom||2016||TV Series||Deran Cody|
|A Deadly Adoption||2015||TV Movie||Dwayne Tisdale|
|Pretty Little Liars||2014-2015||TV Series||Cyrus Petrillo|
|Stalker||2014||TV Series||Bobby Hughes|
|It Follows||2014||Hugh Jeff|
|Chicago Fire||2014||TV Series||Vince Keeler|
|Escape from Polygamy||2013||TV Movie||Micah|
|Fred 3: Camp Fred||2012||Kevin|
|Fred: The Show||2012||TV Series||Kevin|
|Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred||2011||TV Movie||Kevin|
|Fred: The Movie||2010||TV Movie||Kevin|
|Three Rivers||2009||TV Series||T.J. Russo|
|Assassination of a High School President||2008||Hall Monitor|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||2005||TV Series||Tim Stenton|
|Testing Bob||2005||TV Movie||Harris|
|As the World Turns||2005||TV Series||Luke Snyder / Luke Synder|
|Listen Up||2004||TV Series||Slacker Kid|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2004||TV Series||Shane Madden|
|Finding Steve McQueen||2017||post-production||Tommy Barber|
|The Playboy Morning Show||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Party Planner with David Tutera||2005||TV Series||Himself|