Fred Savage Net Worth
Fred Savage Net Worth: Fred Savage is an American actor and former child actor who has a net worth of $18 million dollars. Born July 9, 1976 in Chicago, Illinois, Fred Savage is best known for his role as Kevin Arnold in the American television series The Wonder Years (1988-93). Though his career began at age 9, Savage still managed to squeeze in graduating from Stanford University in 1999 with a bachelor's in English. He then returned to Hollywood determined to revive his career, not as an actor but as a director. He directed an episode of little brother Ben's hit sitcom, Boy Meets World (ABC 1993-2000) then dove in headfirst. Unfortunately for Savage, he was so memorable as little Kevin Arnold from The Wonder Years that he had trouble shaking that image in people's minds. He persevered, capitalizing on old friendships and convincing people to give him a shot. He eventually directed episodes of All About Us (NBC 2001-2002), What I Like About You and That's So Raven then landed steadier work directing a season of Phil of the Future (Disney 2003-2005), a family comedy about a kid from the year 2121 trapped in contemporary times after his time machine breaks down. Savage also manage to pull off the occasional acting gig. While maintaining regular directing work on Unfabulous on Nickelodeon, and Drake and Josh, also on Nickelodeon, he appeared in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit then landed subsequent supporting roles in several features, including The Rules of Attraction (2002), Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) and Welcome to Mooseport (2004). Savage then returned to regular series work with Crumbs, playing a closeted gay writer who returns home to help run his family's restaurant after failing to make it in Hollywood. The series co-starred Jane Curtain as his neurotic mother fresh out of the loony bin, William Devane as his womanizing father and Eddie McClintock as his estranged skirt-chasing brother. Crumbs was ordered to series midseason in 2006 and fared well enough in the ratings to get a network order of 12 episodes.