Martin Klebba Net Worth

How much is Martin Klebba Worth?

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Martin Klebba net worth:
$7 Million

Martin Klebba net worth: Martin Klebba is an American actor and stuntman who has a net worth of $7 million. He has accumulated this net worth through many years in the film industry, doing stunts and acting in a wide variety of films. Much of his stunt work is predicated on his having a type of dwarfism which causes him to stand at only 4'1″ tall. On the big screen, Klebba has appeared in one capacity or another in many well known recent feature films, including Pirates of the Caribbean as part of Captain Jack's crew, and as a stunt man in many more movies like Hancock, Bedtime Stories, Evan Almighty, Meet the Spartans, Epic Movie, and Van Helsing. He's also found a large measure of success in television, appearing as one of the seven dwarfs in a TV production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and in popular shows such as CSI, Scrubs, Bones, Drake & Josh and iCarly. He has also gotten fame among TV viewers for his participation in the TLC reality program Little People, Big World. It was through this show that many people learned Klebba's name and who he was despite having probably seen him dozens of time in movies and on TV.

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Martin Klebba Net Worth

Martin Klebba

Actor
Date of Birth
Jun 23, 1969 (47 years old)
Profession
Actor, Stunt Performer, Film Producer
Nationality
United States of America
Height
4 ft (1.24 m)
Ethnicity
White American
Nicknames
Martin Kleeba, Marty, Marty Klebba, Detroit, Marty the Midget
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