Travis William Tedford net worth is
Travis William Tedford Wiki/Biography
Travis William Tedford was born on 19th August 1988, in Rockwall, Texas, USA, and is a former actor, who rose to fame as a child actor starring in the film “The Little Rascals” (1994), and won the Young Artist Award for the role of Spanky in the above mentioned film. Tedford was active in the entertainment industry from 1994 to 2010, since when he has apparently been working in a credit union.
How much is the net worth of Travis Tedford? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $500,000, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Films and television are the main sources of Tedford modest fortune; however, he has added sums from his work in the credit union, too.
Travis Tedford Net Worth $500,000
To begin with, the boy was raised in Rockwall, Texas by his parents Paula Kay and Timmy Bill Tedfords. Travis was educated at Athens High School, and later he graduated from Trinity Valley Community College, earning an Associates degree majoring in Liberal Arts.
Concerning his professional career, he debuted as the lead child actor in the family comedy film “The Little Rascals” (1994) directed by Penelope Spheeris. Even though the film received mostly negative reviews, it still grossed $67.3 million at the box office, and also won Tedford the Young Artist Award; in retrospect, this was the best role created by the actor.
Afterwards, Travis was cast as the main in the adventure comedy film “Slappy and the Stinkers” (1998) by Barnet Kellman, and the same year, he voiced Ant Kids in the animated film “A Bug’s Life” (1998), which grossed an impressive $363.3 million at the box office. The following year, he was seen as a Newspaper Boy in the crime thriller film “The Thirteenth Floor” (1999) by Josef Rusnak, then from 1999 to 2002 he appeared in the live action comedy sketch and variety series “The Amanda Show”, aired on the Nickelodeon channel, being the creator of various roles during the course of the popular series, and considerably boosting his net worth.
In 2003, he portrayed Theo in the film “Freaky Friday” based on the novel of the same name written by Mary Rodgers, then had something of an hiatus from acting until in 2010 starring alongside Marc Donato, Jascha Washington, Whitney Hoy and Julin in the horror film “The Final” directed by Joey Stewart. To date, this has been the last role of Travis Tedford as an actor.
Currently, Travis holds the position of the market manager in a credit union based in Texas.
Finally, in the personal life of the former actor, he does not reveal much about his private life. Tedford is probably single, as there aren’t even any rumours of romantic liaisons.
|Full Name||Travis Tedford|
|Date Of Birth||August 19, 1988|
|Place Of Birth||Rockwall, Texas, United States|
|Profession||Actor, Voice Actor, Child actor|
|Education||Trinity Valley Community College, Athens High School, Texas|
|Parents||Timmy Bill Tedford, Paula Kay Dixon|
|Nicknames||Travis William Tedford|
|Awards||Young Artist Award (1995)|
|Movies||The Little Rascals (1994), A Bug's Life (1998), Slappy and the Stinkers (1998), The Thirteenth Floor (1999), The Final (2010)|
|TV Shows||The Amanda Show (1999-2002), Edgar MaCobb Presents (2000)|
|1||Has resumed acting career [November 2008]|
|Lost and Found||2009/III||Short||David|
|All That||2002||TV Series||Young Knubby|
|One Night, Stan||2001||Kyle|
|State of Grace||2001||TV Series||Warren|
|Edgar MaCobb Presents||2000||TV Movie|
|A Christmas Tree and a Wedding||2000||Dimitri|
|The Amanda Show||2000||TV Series|
|The Haunting||1999||voice, uncredited|
|The Thirteenth Floor||1999||Newspaper Boy|
|The Pretender||1998||TV Series||Ryan Blake|
|A Bug's Life||1998||voice|
|Smart Guy||1998||TV Series||Chris|
|Slappy and the Stinkers||1998||Loaf|
|The Little Rascals||1994||Spanky|
|Children of a Laughing God||1999||Short||Himself (Kid at CAA)|
|The Garage Club||1996||Video||Himself|
|1999||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Ensemble||Slappy and the Stinkers (1998)|
|1997||Outstanding Young Performer, Television Commercial Award||Young Artist Awards||For Welch's Grape Juice & Jelly.|
|1995||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture||The Little Rascals (1994)|