Quick Facts of Jeff Bennett
|Full Name||Jeff Bennett|
|Net Worth||$90 Million|
|Date of Birth||1962 /10 /02|
|Birthplace||Houston, TX, the USA|
|Spouse||Susan E. Welby|
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Jeff Bennett is an American voice actor, mostly known for his voice credits on 2007 movie Enchanted, 2008 series The Penguins of Madagascar and Johnny Bravo. To date, he has given his voice for over 500 movies, and TV series including Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Short Pfuse, Dragon Friend, The New Batman Adventures and many more.
Concerning his net figure, Bennett’s net worth is around $90 Million as of 2019. He earned an extraordinary sum of money from his professional career. Scroll down to know more about him.
Jeff Bennett’s Bio, Wiki: Childhood, Parents
Jeff Bennett was born as Jeff Glenn Bennett on 2nd October 1962 in Houston, TX, the USA. The detailed information about his parents hasn’t revealed in the media to date, however, his family moved to California in 1990. Similarly, Bennett holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Regarding his education, Bennett joined Alley Theatre where he had his acting training. As of now, he is 56 years old man and stands at a stunning height of 5 feet and 10 Inches.
How Much Is Jeff Bennett’s Salary & Net Worth?
The prestigious American voice actor, an actor as well as a singer, Jeff Bennett’s net worth is over $90 Million as of 2019. Bennett earned an extraordinary sum of money from his multiple professional careers as an actor and singer.
Moreover, Bennett gave his voice for numerous movies, TV series as well as videos game. His hit movies include The Penguins of Madagascar, Johnny Bravo, Ice Station Zedonk, The Buglys and many more. His hit voiced TV series includes T.U.F.F. Puppy, Fanboy & Chum Chum, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, The Loud House and many more. From this, he earned a hefty sum of money.
YouTube: Talented Toons! Jeff Bennett
Till now, Bennett has over 500 voice credits including TV series, shorts, films as well as a video game. He has definitely earned a great amount of money from his successful multi-professions. He has also performed his voice character Johnny Bravo in the same series Johnny Bravo. For his contribution, he won the Daytime Emmy Award, Annie Award, Voice Actors Awards and so on.
His voice credited animation film, The Snow Queen 2 was made of a total budget of $15,618,571 whereas, the Curious George was made under a budget of $35,000,000 which grossed $67,537,798 worldwide on the box office.
Jeff Bennett’s Personal Life: Marriage, Affairs, Married, Children
The 46 years old, Jeff Bennett is married to his wife, Susan E. Welby. The couple tied the knot in 1988. As from the sources, Bennett and Welby were dating partners before they shared their wedding vows.
From the relationship, the pair became blessed with a daughter in 1998, however, the identity of their child is yet to get revealed. The couple seems to put their child in the dark shade as for now. Just like the other celebrity, Bennett has also kept his personal life a low key.
Moreover, Jeff hasn’t disclosed a piece of information about his personal life so, it is hard to find the information about him. Besides that, he has never been a part of any rumors and controversies regarding his personal life. As of now, he is living a happy married life with his wife and children in the USA.
Jeff Bennett Professional Life: Achievements, Career
It was until Jeff completed his acting training in Alley Theatre and started giving his magical sound in several movies. He gave his first voice to the film, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind in 1984. Later, he gave his voices in numerous of movies such as Kiki’s Delivery Service, A Troll in Central Park, Tiny Toons’ Night Ghoulery, Short Pfuse, James and the Giant Peach and many more.
YouTube: The Many Voices of Jeff Bennett
Moreover, he gave his voice in numerous hit TV series like Where’s Waldo?, Space Strikers, The Savage Dragon, The Spectacular Spider-Man, The Looney Tunes Show and so on. Recently he gave his voice to series Star vs. the Forces of Evil from 2015 to 2019. To date, Bennett gave his voice over 500 movies, TV series as well as video games.