How rich is Jerry Mathers?
Jerry Mathers Net Worth:
|Birth date:||June 2, 1948|
|Birth place:||Sioux City, Iowa, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Teresa Modnick (m. 2011), Rhonda Mathers (m. 1977–1997), Diana Piatt (m. 1974–1981)|
|Children:||Noah Mathers, Gretchen Mathers, Mercedes Mathers|
|Siblings:||Jim Mathers, Susie Mathers|
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Jerry Mathers biography:
Gerald Patrick Mathers or Jerry Mathers is an American actor who performs on television, stage and films. He’s got his wealth from his performing career, and also from the few songs that he has recorded.
He is originally from Iowa. His dad was a school principal. Jerry made his acting debut in the age of two. He appeared in a commercial for PET milk by which he walked in toilet diaper with a cowboy boots and hat.
In the year 1954, Jerry hit the big screen with the picture “This is My Love”. This was followed by Men of the fighting Lady. 1955 came up with The Seven Little Foys, and The Trouble with Harry. He made a decision to take a leave to continue his high school. In the year 1978, he came back to the business. He again appeared on screen with all the 1987 movie, It’s Howdy Doody Time, which was followed by Down The Drain (1990), Sexual Malice (1994), Playing Patti (1998), and Better Luck Tomorrow (2002).
Jerry has done numerous stage shows but eventually in 2007 he made his debut in Broadway with all the Hairspray. There was 90% attendance on the home opening, but gradually it went up to a full presence. In 2009 and 2010, Jerry was the spokesman of PhRMA, an organization that helps patients with fiscal urgencies. Now divorced, he was married to his second wife Rhonda for 14 years and has three children — one son and two daughters.
Gerald Patrick “Jerry” Mathers (created June 2, 1948) is an American television, film, and stage performer. Mathers is famous for his role in the television sitcom series “Leave It to Beaver” (1957–1963), where he played Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver, the younger son of archetypal suburban couple June and Ward Cleaver (played by Barbara Billingsley and Hugh Beaumont), and the brother of Wally Cleaver (played by Tony Dow).
As he moved into his teen years, Mathers retired from performing to concentrate on high school. He attended Notre Dame High School, in Sherman Oaks, California. While he was still in high school, Mathers joined the Air Force Reserve. He appeared as a presenter at the 1967 Emmy Awards ceremony in his dress uniform. After graduating high school in 1967, Mathers continued to serve in the Military Reserve and made the rank of Sergeant. In December 1969, a rumor began that Mathers was killed in action in the Vietnam War. Though the origin of the gossip is cloudy, Mathers never saw action and was never stationed outside of the USA. Years after, in 1980, Mathers and Dow appeared with Bill Murray on Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update segment, making fun of the Vietnam War passing rumor. He then was employed as a commercial loan officer at a bank before using well-invested savings from his acting career, which started at $500 a week, to begin a career in real-estate development. In 1978, he reentered the entertainment industry. That year, he and Tony Dow starred in the play Boeing, Boeing which ran for ten weeks in Kansas City. Mathers and Dow then toured the dinner theater circuit in a creation of So Long, Stanley for 18 months. In 1981, he was employed as a disc jockey at KEZY AM radio in Anaheim, California. In 1983, Mathers reprised his character in the television reunion movie Still the Beaver, which likewise featured the bulk of the initial Leave It to Beaver cast. The success of the television film caused the creation of a sequel series of precisely the same name. The show started airing on the Disney Channel in 1984, then went on to be picked up by TBS and broadcast syndication, where it had been retitled The New Leave It to Beaver and ran until 1989.