Actor Alex Winter has a net worth of $6 million. Winter started generating his net worth from a very young age. He's best known for his roles in the 1987 horror "The Lost Boys", the 1989 comedy "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" and its 1991 sequel, "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" co-starring Keanu Reeves. Born in London, Winter's family moved to the US when he was five year old. By the age of 13, Winter moved to the Big Apple and became an actor for on and off Broadway productions, having supporting roles in: The King and I, Peter Pan and The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up. Winter is also a notable filmmaker and film writer: with long term friend, filmmaker Tom Stern, Winter produced numerous production including, MTV comedy sketch, The Idiot Box, 1993 comedy, Freaked and 1999 thriller, Fever. Winter also directed music videos during the 1990s for Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Ice Cube. In addition to this he directed TV commercials, including the highly popular Peugeot Thelma and Louise campaign. More recently, Winter is involved in several projects including Ben 10: Alien Swarm for Cartoon Network, which generated the highest ratings in the network history. His latest project is 3D re-make of the 1987 horror The Gate.