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Jeremy Miller Net Worth

Jeremy James Miller net worth is

$2 Million



Jeremy James Miller Wiki Biography

Jeremy James Miller was born on the 21st October 1976, in West Covina, California USA, and is an actor perhaps still best known for portraying Ben Seaver in the hit television series called “Growing Pains” from 1985 to 1992. He has also over-voiced Linius van Pelt in “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown!” (1988) with Chad Allen. Miller has been nominated for four Young Artist Awards, two of which he won. He has been active in the entertainment industry since 1982.

How rich is the actor? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the outright size of Jeremy Miller’s net worth is equal to $2 million, as of the data presented in early 2017. Acting is the main source of Miller’s net worth and popularity.

Jeremy Miller Net Worth $2 Million

To begin with, Miller became interested in acting at primary school. He started his career landing small roles in commercials and television series. He was a student at University of Southern California for a year, until he decided to drop out to pursue a career in acting.

Concerning his professional career, Miller had a role in the sitcom “Punky Brewster” (1987) before joining the sitcom “Growing Pains” (1985 – 1992) as one of the main characters, Ben Seaver, the youngest son of the family. For the latter role, he won Young Artist Award as the Best Young Supporting Actor in a New Television Series as well as Young Artist Award for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Television Comedy Series. Meanwhile, he over-voiced Linus Van Pelt in the animated series “The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show” (1985), “Happy New Year, Charlie Brown!” (1986) and “Snoopy: The Musical” (1988).

In the new millenium, he was cast as a main in the made-for-television film “The Growing Pains Movie” directed by Alan Metter, after which the actor appeared in the movie “Milk and Fashion” (2007), and then in a special episode of the game show “Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?” (2008); he and his partner managed to reach the final rounds but could not win the grand prize. In the episode of “Family Guy” entitled “Not all dogs go to heaven” he appeared as the guest star, and was also seen in four films during 2009 “Ditching Party”, “The Fish”, “Never Have I Ever” and “Tar Beach”. His net worth was growing steadily.

While promoting Start Fresh Recovery Santa Ana in California in the spring of 2014, Miller said he began drinking at age four. More, the actor assured that he suffered from alcoholism for years, until he had an implant. In 2011, he became a spokesman for Fresh Start Private Management Inc., the company that manages rehabilitation treatment. Miller recorded radio ads telling his own experience that later aired on radio stations in the Southern California market. To conclude, all the aforementioned engagements have added huge sums to the outright size of Jeremy Miller net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, he is married to Joanie Miller. He has three step sons.



Full Name Jeremy Miller
Net Worth $2 Million
Date Of Birth 1976-10-21
Place Of Birth West Covina, California, United States
Height 1.8 m
Profession Actor, Child actor, voice actor
Education University of Southern California
Nationality American
Spouse Joanie Miller
Parents Sonja Miller, James Miller
Siblings Adam Miller, Joshua Miller
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JeremyJamesMillerPage
Twitter https://twitter.com/mrjeremyjmiller?lang=en
IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm0588595
Nominations Young Artist Awards
Movies Deceptions (1985), Snoopy!!! The Musical (1988), Milk and Fashion (2007), The Growing Pains Movie (2000)
TV Shows Punky Brewster (1984), Growing Pains (1985-1992), Ghostwriter (1992), Von’s Room (2006)
# Fact
1 On an early promotion for Milk and Fashion (2007). [August 2005]
2 Appearing in a McDonalds commercial. [January 2007]
3 Will be arriving in Shanghai to film his scenes in Milk and Fashion (2007). [October 2005]
4 Has two younger brothers, Joshua (not to be confused with Jason Patric‘s same-named actor-brother) and Adam. Adam was diagnosed with Wilson’s Disease but has made a full recovery.
5 Met his fiancée Joanie Miller in an elevator in New Orleans in February 2004. Jeremy has been raising her three sons from her former marriage.
6 Was number 83 on VH1’s The Greatest: 100 Greatest Kid Stars (2005).
7 Although Milk and Fashion (2007) was shot mainly in two cities, according to the script Jack (Jeremy Miller’s character) only came in for the part of the film that takes place in Shanghai.
8 Got mobbed by hundreds of people, while on an earlier press promotion for Milk and Fashion (2007).
9 Likes pit-bull terriers.
10 Is a skydiving enthusiast.
11 Is studying at culinary school and hopes to open his own catering company.
12 Attended the University of Southern California, but dropped out after only a year.

Actor

Title Year Status Character
A Murderous Mariguana 2017 pre-production Joseph
Awakening 2017 announced Bart Fitzpatrick
Aaah! Roach! post-production Professor Gilbert
Pinky and the Fan Girls 2015 TV Series
The Comeback Kids 2015 TV Series Jeremy Miller
8-Bit Animal Playhouse with Jason Mewes 2013 TV Series The Engineer
Ditching Party 2010 Jim
Never Have I Ever 2009 Glenn Brandis
Star-ving 2009 TV Series Jeremy Miller
Milk and Fashion 2007 Jack
Von’s Room 2006 TV Series Guest
Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers 2004 TV Movie Ben Seaver
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 Jeremy Miller
The Growing Pains Movie 2000 TV Movie Ben Seaver
Based on an Untrue Story 1993 TV Movie Jackie
Ghostwriter 1992 TV Series Craig Mitchell
Growing Pains 1985-1992 TV Series Ben Seaver
The Willies 1990 Brad
This Is America, Charlie Brown 1988 TV Mini-Series Linus Van Pelt
Snoopy: The Musical 1988 TV Movie Linus van Pelt (voice)
Emanon 1987 Jason Ballantine
Shalom Sesame 1987 TV Series Special Guest
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown 1986 TV Movie Linus van Pelt (voice)
Deceptions 1985 TV Movie Mark Richards
Punky Brewster 1984 TV Series Jimmy

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star 2003 “Child Stars on Your Television”
You Don’t Look 40, Charlie Brown! 1990 TV Special documentary performer: “We’re Gonna Have a Party Tonight”, “Baseball Is…”, “The Great Pumpkin”
Growing Pains TV Series 1 episode, 1989 performer – 1 episode, 1985
Snoopy: The Musical 1988 TV Movie performer: “Don’t Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be”, “Snoopy’s Song”, “Edgar Allan Poe”, “The Vigil”, “Clouds”, “Just One Person”

Producer

Title Year Status Character
A Murderous Mariguana 2017 co-producer pre-production

Self

Title Year Status Character
Entertainment Weekly Presents: ’80s TV Stars – Where Are They Now? 2016 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Dr. Oz Show 2016 TV Series Himself
Oprah: Where Are They Now? 2016 TV Series Himself
Unusually Thicke 2014 TV Series Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2014 TV Series Himself
The Comeback Kids 2014 TV Series Himself – Special Guest
Secrets of Life 2009 Documentary Himself
Star-ving 2009 TV Series Himself
The Fish 2009/I Himself
1 vs. 100 2008 TV Series Himself
TV Land Confidential 2007 TV Series documentary Himself – Interviewee
Whatever Happened To? 2007 TV Series Himself
Plastic Surgery: Before & After 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Child Star Confidential 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
Larry King Live 2006 TV Series Himself
Seaver Family Reunion: S’mores and More 2006 Video short Himself
Favorite Stars: Then & Now 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
Intimate Portrait -2003 TV Series documentary Himself
E! True Hollywood Story 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Sesame Street 1996 TV Series Himself / Host of ‘Dreidel of Fortune’
Hope & Gloria 1995 TV Series Himself
Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? 1992 TV Series Himself – Celebrity Gumshoe
Children’s Miracle Network Telethon 1990 TV Special Himself
Live with Kelly and Michael 1990 TV Series Himself
You Don’t Look 40, Charlie Brown! 1990 TV Special documentary ‘Peanuts’ Vocalist (voice)
Fox’s Fun House 1989 TV Series Himself – Celebrity Contestant

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Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1988 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Television Comedy Series Growing Pains (1985)
1986 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Supporting Actor in a New Television Series Growing Pains (1985)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1990 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series Growing Pains (1985)
1987 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Long Running Series Comedy or Drama Growing Pains (1985)

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