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Scott Weinger Net Worth $12 Million

Scott Weinger is an American actor, television producer and a writer by profession. The American actor has a total net worth of $12 million according to estimates by March 2012. The American actor has become the voice of the well-known Disney character Aladdin. Most of his fame his from this. His wealth is also a result of this celebrity. The American actor added his voice to the Kingdom Hearts Series at the same time. His wealth comes from many television series by which he either played or was a writer. Scott was born on October 5th 1975 in Manhattan, NYC. His parents Bas and Elliot were of Jewish ancestry. He spent his youth in Florida and then moved to Los Angeles when he started his profession. Scott started showing an incline towards playing when he was in third grade. His first job proved to be a national television advertisement for ideal toys.

Scott Weinger left his acting career in the fall of 1994 to attend Harvard University. Scott was a young correspondent for “Good Morning America” while at Harvard University. Scott is currently playing the character of a writer for a critically acclaimed show that airs on the CW television Network. Scott is also writer-producer of the CW drama 90210.

Scott Weinger is an American celebrity, television producer and writer who has a net worth of $12 million. He also played the same part in two-direct-to-video sequels for the Disney Channel television series, in addition to the Kingdom Hearts Series. Some of his other notable credits include the role of D.J. Tanner’s boyfriend “Steve” on Full House for two seasons. He presently writes for both comedy and drama for TV. Scott was born on October 5, 1975 in Manhattan, New York his parents Babs and Elliot were both of Jewish descent. He grew up in Florida subsequently moved to Los Angeles when he began his career. Scott became interested in acting in the third grade, and his first occupation proved to be a national television commercial for Ideal Toys. He left his acting career in the fall of 1994 to attend Harvard University, during his days at Harvard he was a youth correspondent for Good Morning America, and he majored in English and graduated from Harvard magna cum laude in June 1998. Most recently Scott was a writer for the critically acclaimed play Privileged which airs in the CW Television Network, along with the writer-producer for the CW drama 90210 in 2011.