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Rider Strong Net Worth

Rider Strong Net Worth

Net Worth: $6 Million

Statistics
  • Age 33 years old
  • Birth Place San Francisco, California, U.S.
  • Height 1.73 m
  • Full Name Rider King Strong
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth December 11, 1979
  • Occupation Actor, screenwriter, director, producer

About Rider Strong

The San Francisco, California born Rider King Strong or Rider Strong is an American director, screenwriter, producer and actor. His net worth as of March 2012 is estimated to be $6 Million. His net worth comes from multiple sources as Rider keeps shifting his career interests. Rider is however best known for his acting skills, particularly his depiction of Shawn Hunter in Boy Meets World, the popular sitcom of the 1990’s.

Rider started his career in acting when he was just nine years old. He performed the role of Gavroche in “Les Miserables”. He appeared in several other television shows, but all of them were small ones. His first break came in 1982 with the television show “Julie” where Rider was cast regularly. He was the son of Julie Andrews. His most recognized television performance is in “Boy Meets World” that ran for seven years. Rider Strong received the Young Artist nomination twice for his performance. He was also nominated for the Hollywood Reporter Young Star award.

Over the years, Rider has moved on to movies. Probably his most popular movie is “Cabin Fever”. Rider even appeared for a brief cameo role in its sequel, “Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever”. With Shiloh Strong, his brother, Rider wrote as well as directed “Irish Twins”, a short film. It was premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival of 2008. The film won both the Audience and the Jury awards at the Woods Hole Film Festival. It was recognized at many other film festivals. Speaking to the press, Rider said that he wanted to expand his directing and writing career, particularly in the horror genre.

With Alexandra Barreto, Rider created a television advertisement supporting Barrack Obama’s candidature. “It Could Happen to You” became a finalist out of more than 1,100 submitted advertisements.