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Jason Weaver net worth: Jason Weaver is an American actor and singer who has a net worth of $200 thousand dollars. Jason Weaver was born in Chicago, Illinois, and began his professional performing career in the early 90s, appearing in such endeavors as “The Kid Who Loved Christmas”, “Brewster Place”, “The Long Walk Home”, and “The Jacksons: An American Dream”. He’s most widely recognized for his roles on “Thea” and “Smart Guy”. He also provided the singing voice of Simba in “The Lion King”. He released one studio album, “Love Ambition”, in 1995, and one EP, “Stay With Me”, the following year. He also performed on the favorite track, “Once Call Away”, with Chingy.
Birth date: , July 18 1979 Birth place: , Chicago , Illinois United States Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m) Profession: , Actor , Singer Voice Actor Education: , Illiana Christian High School , Thornwood High School in South Holland Illinois Nationality: American Spouse: Myra Weaver Parents: Kitty Haywood Awards: Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performers Starring in a Mini-Series Movies: , “The Kid Who Loved Christmas” , “The Long Walk Home” , “Brewster’s Place” , “The Jackson’s: An American Dream” (1992) "Black-ish" (2016) TV shows: , “Smart Guy” (1997-1999) , “Thea” (1993) , “The Lion King” , "Timothy Hodge Show" (2011) , "The LeBrons" (2011) , "He's Mine Not Yours" (2011) "Freedom Song" (2000) Albums: Love Ambition
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# Fact 1 On the hip-hop track "One Call Away" by Chingy, singing the hook. 2 His mother is Kitty Haywood, a studio singer and one of his executive producers on his album.
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Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1995 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Voiceover - TV or Movie The Lion King (1994) 1993 Special Award Young Artist Awards Outstanding Young Performers Starring in a Mini-Series The Jacksons: An American Dream (1992) · Alex Burrall Nominated Awards Nominated awards Nominated awards
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Title Year Status Character Tax Season announced Dre Merry Ex-Mas 2016 TV Movie Perry Nubbin & Friends 2016 TV Series Ollie The Squirrel Untitled Lena Waithe Project 2016 TV Movie Ronnie Black-ish 2015 TV Series Ta-Ta Infidelity 2015/III Frankie Wal-Bob's 2014 Keith Harrington The LeBrons 2011-2014 TV Series Condor Let's Stay Together 2014 TV Series Curtis What Would You Do for Love 2013 TV Movie Troy Marry Me for Christmas 2013 TV Movie Franklin When a Woman's Fed Up 2013 Troy Hope for Love 2013 Ricky Note to Self 2012/I Jay Lewis Dysfunctional Friends 2012 Gary He's Mine Not Yours 2011 Kent Lottery Ticket 2010/I Ray-Ray Grown Man 2010 TV Movie Jason Weaver Love for Sale 2008 Vince Jada 2008 Jamal ATL 2006 Teddy The Ladykillers 2004 Weemack Funthes Drumline 2002 Ernest Freedom Song 2000 TV Movie Isaac Hawkins Smart Guy 1997-1999 TV Series Marcus Henderson Sister, Sister 1996 TV Series Darnell / Nick Bryant Summertime Switch 1994 TV Movie Fast Freddie Egan The Lion King 1994 Young Simba (singing voice) Thea 1993-1994 TV Series Jerome Turrell The Jacksons: An American Dream 1992 TV Series Michael Jackson (aged 9-14) The Kid Who Loved Christmas 1990 TV Movie Ernie The Long Walk Home 1990 Franklin Cotter Brewster Place 1990 TV Series Matthew Thomas Soundtrack Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character Todd's Pop Song Reviews TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode, 2012 writer - 1 episode, 2012 The Lion King 1994 performer: "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" 1994, "Hakuna Matata" 1994 Self Self
Title Year Status Character Child Support from a Man's Perspective 2015 Documentary Himself Archive Footage Archive Footage