Jason Gedrick Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jason Gedrick Net Worth $1.5 Million
Jason Gedrick net worth: Jason Gedrick is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Jason Gedrick was born in Chicago, Illinois, and started his professional on camera career working as an extra on various movies in the early 80s, including “Risky Business” and “Bad Boys”. He started to appear in bigger parts with 1984’s “Massive Retaliation”, and went to appear in such movies as “Heavenly Kid”, “Iron Eagle”, “Promised Land”, “Born around the 4th of July”, “Backdraft”, and “Summer Catch”. He’s most frequently recognized for his work on such television shows as “Murder One”, “Boomtown”, “Desperate Housewives”, and “Dexter”.
February 7, 1965
Chicago, Illinois, USA
5' 11½" (1.82 m)
Actor, Director, Writer
Drake University, DePaul College Prep
Ty Gedrick, Garrett Gedrick, Jian Gedrick
Dawne Gedrick, Joel Gedrick
Iron Eagle, The Heavenly Kid, Backdraft, Summer Catch, Wisegal, Crossing the Bridge, Hidden Places, Kings of South Beach, Born on the Fourth of July, The Christmas Choir, Promised Land, War Flowers, Sinatra Club, The Zoo Gang, Shannon's Rainbow, Sand Serpents, One Eyed King, Rooftops, Depth Charge, Power 98, A Date with Darkness: The Trial and Capture of Andrew Luster, Jesus, Mary and Joey, Silent Cradle, Strange Frequency 2, Rapid Fire, The Force, The Shooting Star Salesman, The Last Best Place
Dexter, Murder One, Boomtown, EZ Streets, The Last Don II, Class of '96, Windfall, Sweet Justice, Falcone, Luck, The Last Don, The Beast
"Gedroic" is a Polish surname. Jason's parents are both of Polish descent.
Was born in Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL.
Rehearsing a play called "Lungfish" in L.A., due to open May 25th 2005. [May 2005]
His parents divorced when he was young, and his older brother and sister went to live with his father. He was raised by his mom in Chicago.
His last name is pronounced GED-rik.
He suffers from dyslexia.
He was born in Cook County Hospital. He spent his early years in northwest suburban Mount Prospect, before moving to the Uptown neighborhood.
Graduated from Gordon Technical High School in 1982.
Enrolled as a business major at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, to appease his parents. But after his freshman year, he quit to concentrate on acting full time and moved to Hollywood. Since he hadn't yet been diagnosed with dyslexia he found his first year of college extremely different and had help from his then girlfriend to get through one year of college.
3 sons: Jian (1991), Garrett (b. 1994) and latest addition Ty (b. 1995).
Has a brother Joel and a sister Dawne.
You want to know the truth? I'm one of the most juvenile people I know. Truly, I am stuck in like a 12 year old state. I mean, I'm goofy. If I had to describe myself, that's the only way I can put it. And the people who know me, even the people who just know me a little bit, they couldn't deny that I'm just a goofy guy.
Sure, I think everyone fantasizes about being bad, and the baddest thing you can be is in the mob. I do, too, sometimes. And I think even women wish they were going out with the guy from the mob 'cause he's cool and has money and is scary. But I think the idea of converting him into a choirboy is the true appeal.
I don't know if I'm king, but I'm definitely the court jester of critically acclaimed canceled TV series. But what are you going to do? I try to have a sense of humor about it, because there's no rhyme or reason sometimes why a show succeeds or doesn't. It's just the nature of the business. Luckily, I've been able to keep getting great roles and I continue to somehow survive through it all.
Maybe the real reason I'm a performer is because I'm the youngest of three kids. Maybe it was a way to get attention. And ultimately, as I look back on it now, I'm kind of curious. Maybe that's it. As an actor, I can investigate and analyze many different ways of living, the psychology of different people. I really don't want to get too pedantic here, but I just truly enjoy exploring other lives. That's always been fun for me.