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Net Worth:
$10 Thousand
Jan 30, 1985 (39 years old)
Los Angeles County
Voice Actor
United States of America
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What is Redmond O'Neal's Net Worth?

Redmond O'Neal is an American voice actor who has a net worth of $10,000. Redmond O'Neal was born in Los Angeles, California in January 1985. He is the son of the late Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal. He is the step-brother of Tatum O'Neal, Patrick O'Neal, and Griffin O'Neal. Redmond O'Neal provided voice work for the TV series Johnny Bravo in 1997 and for the video The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars in 1998. In 2003 he was a production assistant on the movie Love Don't Cost a Thing and in 2009 he played himself in the television movie Farrah's Story. O'Neal is the former stepbrother-in-law of Rebecca De Mornay and John McEnroe. Redmond has struggled with drugs and arrests as an adult. He has been arrested numerous times for a variety of charges. In June 2018, he was arrested and formally charged with attempted murder after being accused of going on a violent crime spree in Los Angeles. If convicted, he could face 22 years in prison.

Farrah Fawcett's Death and Will

Tragically, Farrah Fawcett died in June 2009 after a battle with cancer. According to her will, Farrah left her art collection to the University of Texas at Austin. The collection was supposed to include an Andy Warhol-produced portrait of Farrah that was worth an estimated $12 million at the time. The painting mysteriously went missing from Farrah's LA condo upon her death and the university suspected Ryan O'Neal of taking it for himself. This turned out to be true and launched a lengthy legal battle that ultimately allowed Ryan to keep the painting.

She left an undisclosed portion of assets and money to the Farrah Fawcett Foundation which aims to provide funding for cancer research and prevention. She left $500,000 a piece to her father and nephew.

Farrah left the bulk of her remaining estate, roughly $4.5 million in cash, to her son Redmond in a lifetime trust that came with strict parameters and restrictions. Farrah left her producer friend Richard Francis as trustee of the trust. Redmond is only entitled to interest generated by the trust. Francis can choose whether to distribute the interest income quarterly or once per month. Redmond can only tap into the principal for health care at the discretion of Richard Francis. Redmond can not even use the principal for his legal defense or bail when he is involved in with the police. He must rely exclusively on the interest which likely amounts to around $300 thousand per year before taxes. When Redmond was arrested in 2018, he did not have enough money to cover his $50,000 bail.

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Early Life

Redmond O'Neal, born on January 30, 1985.

Raised in the public eye, Redmond's early life was defined by the peaks and valleys of the Hollywood lifestyle, set against the backdrop of his parents' tumultuous relationship. Despite the benefits afforded by his family's wealth and status, he suffered under the constant scrutiny and public attention that came with his parents' fame.

In 2008, when Redmond was just 23, he was arrested on drug charges. This marked the beginning of a long, troubled relationship with the law. Over the following years, he would face numerous legal issues, with charges ranging from drug possession to assault.

Loss of Mother

This troubled period of his life was further compounded by the loss of his mother, Farrah Fawcett, to cancer in 2009. Despite these setbacks, Redmond demonstrated an enduring spirit and a desire for personal improvement.

In 2018, Redmond was charged with attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats, brandishing a knife, and battery. His troubled journey took a turn when he was ruled incompetent to stand trial due to his mental health condition.

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