David Faustino Net Worth

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David Faustino net worth:
$5 Million

David Faustino Net Worth: David Faustino is an American actor who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Born in Los Angeles, California, in 1974, David Faustino began acting as an infant, appearing on the "Lily Tomlin Special" when he was three months old. In 1980, he scored a part on "Little House on the Prairie", and began acting more consistently throughout the decade. He landed his best-known role in 1987 as Bud Bundy on the sitcom "Married…with Children" alongside Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, and Christina Applegate. Faustino appeared on the show for a full decade, starring in more than 250 episodes before the final episode aired. Since then, he has appeared on "Blossom", "Burke's Law", "MADtv", "The New Addams Family", "Celebrity Boot Camp", "Killer Bud", "One on One", "RoboDoc", "Modern Family", "Not Another B Movie", and "Entourage". He released his debut album, "Balistyx" in 1992 under the name D'Lil. Faustino also opened a nightclub in Los Angeles with the same name. Faustino married his wife, Andrea Elmer, in Las Vegas in 2004 after they met at a local spiritual center. The pair filed for divorce in 2007, with Faustino requesting no payments for spousal support. Several months later, he was arrested for marijuana possession and agreed to attend rehab.

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David Faustino Net Worth

David Faustino

Actor
Date of Birth
Mar 3, 1974 (42 years old)
Profession
Actor, Rapper, Voice Actor
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Nicknames
David Anthony Faustino, D, Dave, D-Faus
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