Ben Savage Net Worth and Income, Boy Meets World Star

Ben Savage Net Worth and Income

Ben Savage Net Worth : $ 12 million

Bennett Joseph Savage is known well as an American actor. He portrayed ‘Cory Matthews’ on Boy Meets World (1993–2000) and he also played in Disney Channel sequel series Girl Meets World (2014–2017). Currently, some sources noted that Ben Savage Net Worth is around $ 12 million.

Born on September 13, 1980, young Ben had already debuted in film since he was 9.  He played alongside his brother Fred in Little Monsters. From the movie, he became a nominee in Young Artist Awards for Best Young Actor Starring in a Motion Picture. Ben finally reached his top popularity in Boys Meets World.   He even got nominated in three categories in Young Artist Awards. Those included “Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Television Series”, “Best Performance in a TV Comedy: Leading Young Actor”.  And he also became the nominee for “the Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series”. 

Few years ago, many sources discussed about Ben Savage plastic surgery. Ben Savage nose job was the main topic. The people said that he looked a bit different than he used to.

The Source of Ben Savage Net Worth and Income

Talking about the biggest income of his money, Ben might receive more from his role as an actor. Thanks to his role in Boy Meets World (1993–2000). He had been in the show for 7 years. He also got role in its sequel Girl Meets World, which ran from 2014–2017. Along his career, he has starred various titles of movies as well. And ge got more roles in TV series.

Don’t you know? In May 1998, Savage ever received an award for his role “Roddy Stern” in “Unexpected Tenderness” at the Marilyn Monroe Theater. He won an Ovation Award for his performance.

Short Info about Ben Savage Bio

Full NameBennett Joseph Savage
Place, Date of BirthChicago, Illinois, September 13, 1980
Height1.78 m
NationalityUS
Social MediaBen Savage Instagram (@bensavage)
Net Worth$ 12 million

 

 

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