Jerry Mathers Net Worth 2022

Jerry Mathers Net Worth


Jerry Mathers Net Worth
Jerry Mathers Net Worth

According To Uswhispers Jerry Mathers Net Worth $3 Million Jerry Mathers is best known for playing the young Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver on the TV show "Leave it to Beaver." He was also in episodes of shows like "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet," "General Electric Theater," "Lassie," "My Three Sons," and "The War at Home." Mathers could be seen on the big screen as a child in "This is My Love," "The Trouble with Harry," and "The Shadow on the Window."


Early Life

Jerry Mathers was born in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1948. He grew up in Los Angeles, California, in the San Fernando Valley. He has a sister, two brothers, and one other brother. At the age of two, he started his career as a child model in an ad for a department store. After that, he was in a commercial for PET Milk with a clown named Ed Wynn.


Mathers made an uncredited appearance in the comedy Western film "Son of Paleface" when he was four years old. He also played a trick-or-treater on an episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" for Halloween. Soon after, he was in movies like "This is My Love," with Linda Darnell and Dan Duryea, "The Seven Little Foys," with Bob Hope, and "The Trouble with Harry," a dark comedy by Alfred Hitchcock in which he played a boy who finds a dead body near his home. In the crime movie "The Shadow on the Window," he played a boy who is traumatised after seeing his mother get scared.


Entertainment

After working as a loan officer for a commercial bank and as a real estate developer, Mathers started acting again in 1978. In the same year, he was in an episode of the TV show "Flying High" and a production of the play "Boeing, Boeing" in Kansas City with Tony Dow, who he had worked with on "Leave it to Beaver." After this, Mathers toured for a year and a half with Dow in a production of "So Long, Stanley." In 1981, he worked as a disc jockey in Anaheim, California. He was also in "The Girl, the Gold Watch, and Dynamite," a made-for-TV fantasy movie with Philip MacHale and Lee Purcell.


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