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Born Jason Christopher Marsden on the 3rd January 1975, in Providence, Rhode Island USA, he is an actor and voice actor, probably best known for starring in the role of Eddie Munster in the TV series “The Munsters Today” (1988-1991), playing Rich Halke in the TV series “Step By Step” (1993-1998), and doing a voice over in the TV series “Transformers: Rescue Bots” (2011-2016).
Have you ever wondered how rich Jason Marsden is? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Jason’s net worth is over $700,000, as of mid-2017, accumulated through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry, which has been active since the mid-‘80s.
Jason Marsden Net Worth $700,000
Jason Marsden was raised in his hometown by his father, Myles Marsden, who was a premier danseur of the Yugoslav National Ballet, and his mother, Linda Marsden, a former fashion model; his father is also known as the founder of the State Ballet of Rhode Island. When he was 11 years old, the family moved to Fullerton, California, where he attended Laguna Road Elementary School, and later D. Russell Parks Junior High School. Parallel with his education, Jason signed a contract with a model agency, and began to pursue a career initially as a model for commercials and later as an actor.
He made his TV debut in the soap opera “General Hospital” as Alan ‘A.J.’ Quartermine, Jr. in 1986 and for the next two years, then voicing Cavin in the animated series “Adventures of the Gummi Bears” (1988-1990). Jason has since become a ‘go-to’ guy for almost any voice role; his voice acting credits span from Peter Pan in “Peter Pan and the Pirates” (1990-1991), then Shnookums in the animated series “Marsupilami” (1993), Garrett Miller in “Extreme Ghostbusters” (1997), Haku in the English version of the Japanese film “Spirited Away” (2001), Mungo in “The Legend of Tarzan” (2001), also as Tino Tonitini in the animated series “The Weekenders” (2000-2004), then several characters in “Kim Possible” from 2004 to 2007, which includes Felix Renton, among others, also several characters in “G.I.Joe: Renegades” (2010-2011), and also found his place in the animated TV series “Transformers: Rescue Bots” (2011-2016), and in “Young Justice” (2012-2016), among many other characters, all increasing his wealth. His voice can also be heard in video games; so far he has collected over 30 video game titles in which he voiced at least one character. Some of those games include “Fallout 2”, back in 1998, as Myron, and over the years has voiced Max Goof in several Disney video games, and also Max in animated series and films, based on the Disney character, then Rosh Penin in “Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy” (2003), “Xiaolin Showdown” (2006), as Chase Young, and most recently voiced Noel Kreiss in the “Final Fantasy XIII-2” (2012), and “Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII” (2014).
Although he found success as a voice actor, Jason had his way on screen as well; after appearing in “General Hospital”, he portrayed Edward Wolfgang ‘Eddie’ Munster in “The Munsters Today” from 1988 until 1991, and then had success in the TV series “Step by Step” as Rich Halke from 1995 until 1998, plus the thriller film “Locker 13” in 2009, which he also co-directed with Bruce Dellis, George Huang, Rick Schroeder, Donovan Montierth, and Matthew Mebane. His most recent screen roles include Professor Baldini in the action comedy film “Pizza Man” (2011), and as Kenny in the comedy-drama film “Blue Like Jazz” (2012), all of which increased his wealth.
Regarding his personal life, Jason Marsden has been married to actress Christy Hicks since 2004; the couple has a son together, and their current residence is in Nashville, Tennessee.
|Full Name||Jason Marsden|
|Date Of Birth||January 3, 1975|
|Place Of Birth||Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.|
|Education||Laguna Road Elementary School|
|Children||Clark Otis Marsden|
|Parents||Myles Marsden, Linda Marsden|
|Movies||A Goofy Movie, The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride, An Extremely Goofy Movie, Spirited Away, Hocus Pocus, Batman: Gotham Knight, Garfield Gets Real, White Squall, Locker 13, Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt, Blue Like Jazz, Garfield’s Pet Force, Mr. Saturday Night, Mickey’s Twic…|
|TV Shows||Step by Step, Static Shock, The Weekenders, Transformers: Rescue Bots, Loonatics Unleashed, The Munsters Today, G.I. Joe: Renegades, Eerie, Indiana, Xiaolin Showdown, The Garfield Show, Extreme Ghostbusters, Jungle Cubs, Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Disney’s House of Mouse, Peter Pan & th…|