Zachery Ty Bryan is an American celebrity with a net worth of $8 million. Zachery Brown is likely most well-known from his part of Brad Taylor to the TV series Home Improvement. Zachery was born in October of 1981, and is most known for his long running role as earliest brother Brad Taylor to the comedy show Home Improvement. Bryan starred in the show alongside comic Tim Allen, Bryan’s onscreen dad, who starred in a building show, despite being quite unskilled in do-it-yourself enterprises.
Zachery Ty Bryan Net Worth $8 Million Dollars
In 2000, Bryan graduated from LaSalle High School, which is situated in California. As a kid, Bryan got started on camera by staring in both print and TV advertisements in Denver, before moving to California to further pursue an acting career. When the child got the part on Home Improvement, he was really younger in relation to the character who played his smaller brother, Jonathan Taylor Thomas. To date, he’s won various prizes for his playing attempts, including three Young Artist Awards in the 90s, every one of which were triumphs for Home Improvement.
Zach and his long-term girlfriend Carly Matros have announced that they are engaged to be married. They are planning a summer wedding. [October 2005] Ultimately, they married in March of 2007.
Attended La Salle High School in Pasadena, California. He graduated in the Class of 2000.
He has a younger sister called Ciri.
His was cast as Brian Bosworth's son in the film Stone Cold (1991), although the scenes that included him were ultimately left on the cutting room floor.
Was the youth spokesman for World Cup '94 Soccer. 
Currently finished writing a short drama. In preproduction on an ESPN documentary to begin late in 2006.
Volunteers for several charities to help children with AIDS and cancer, as well as those to benefit underprivileged children.
Played baseball and paint ball for a team in Los Angeles called the Yankees.
Has a dog named Ozzie.
[on getting the part on Home Improvement (1991)]: "After my agent called and said I got the part on Home Improvement (1991), my mom wanted to buy me something. I was 9-years-old and I wanted a remote-controlled car, so she bought me one and I played with it all day".
"I think everyone runs into a bully at one time or another. You just pretty much look at them and see how they act at school, and then you put it into your part.
Well, when you get into the business, what you have to realize is that signing autographs and getting 'bothered' is just part of the deal. It's not a bother to me at all. That's part of being an actor and that's something you have to realize before you ever get into this business. Your fans are the ones who get you everywhere in the world.
I'm just a person who forgives and forgets. I have a hard time holding grudges.
That is good because they understand what you're going through. But it can be bad because there could be jealousy and competition. You don't want that. You want someone who can do their own thing. It would be like two lawyers going out with each other. You just talk about business all the time. - about dating women who are also in show business