William Zabka Net Worth

How much is William Zabka Worth?

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William Zabka net worth:
$500 Thousand

William Zabka net worth: William Zabka is an American actor, writer, and director who has a net worth of $500 thousand. William Zabka was born in New York, New York, and got his big break with his first role. He was cast as Johnny Lawrence, the high school bully who menaces Ralph Macchio's character in "The Karate Kid". Throughout the 80s, he went back and forth between film and television projects appearing in such productions as, "Just One of the Guys", "National Lampoon's European Vacation", "The Karate Kid: Part II", "The Greatest American Hero", "E/R", and "The Equalizer". In the 90s, he shifted his focus to production, though he did continue to appear in films intermittently, such as "Shootfighter", "The Power Within", and "Interceptors". In 2003, he wrote and produced the short film, "Most". The film went on to receive an Academy Award nomination. He has also directed numerous music videos. He recently returned to acting after a long period behind the lens, appearing on an episode of "How I Met Your Mother'.

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William Zabka Net Worth

William Zabka

Actor
Date of Birth
Oct 21, 1965 (50 years old)
Profession
Actor, Martial Artist, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Film director, Businessperson, Musician, Singer-songwriter
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Ethnicity
Czech American
Nicknames
William Billy Zabka, William Michael "Billy" Zabka, Billy, Billy Zabka, William Michael Zabka
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