Fred Savage Net Worth
One of the exceptional actor of the television and movie industry, Fredrick Aaron Savage well known to the world as “Fred Savage” was born on July 9, 1976 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Savage is best known for his role of Kevin Arnold in an American TV series ‘The Wonder Years’. He also gained huge fame from portraying role of grandson in 1987 romantic comedy adventure movie ‘The Princess Bride’. He was born in Chicago as a son of an industrial real estate broker and consultant, Lewis Savage. At the early age of 9, he made his first appearance in the TV show titled ‘Morningstar/ Eveningstar’. After that, he appeared in 1986 movie ‘The Boy Who Could Fly, Dinosaurs!’. His good performance led him to cast in the several television shows like ‘The Twilight Zone’ and ‘Crime Story’. It was in the year 1987 when he gained national attention with the movie ‘The Princess Bride’. He was just 11 years of age when he was casted in that movie.
With the success of the movie ‘The Princess Bride’, he started to get offers from other well-known directors and producers as well. In the year 1988, he was casted as Kevin Arnold on comedy drama series ‘The Wonder Years’. His phenomenal performance gained him two Golden Globe nominations as well as two Emmy nominations. In fact, Savage became the youngest actor to achieve such a prestigious award nominations. He was just 13 years old when he got nominations for his brilliant acting performances. Later his other noticeable roles came in the movies ‘Vice Versa’ and ‘Austin Powers in Goldmember’. Besides his phenomenal acting performances, he also gained popularity by supplying his voice on the several animated projects like ‘Family Guy’, ‘Justice League Unlimited’, ‘Oswald’, ‘Kim Possible’ and ‘HOlidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn’t Happen’. Savage appeared in the leading roles in the two short-lived television series ‘Working’ and ‘Crumbs’. He also made guest appearance in web series ‘The Rascal’. As of 2014, he has earned an estimated net worth amount of $18 million dollars.