Shaun Weiss Net Worth

Shaun Weiss Net Worth:
$500
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What is Shaun Weiss' Net Worth?

Shaun Weiss is an American actor, writer, and producer who has a net worth of $500. A child star in the 1990s, Shaun is best known for playing Greg Goldberg in "The Mighty Ducks" (1992), "D2: The Mighty Ducks" (1994), and "D3: The Mighty Ducks" (1996). He has 35+ acting credits to his name, including the films "Heavyweights" (1998) and "Drillbit Taylor" (2008) and the TV series "Mr. Rhodes" (1996–1997) and "Freaks and Geeks" (1999–2000). Weiss also wrote and produced the 2012 film "Encounters," the 2013 TV movie "What About Weiss," and a 2015 episode of the web series "Why Not Weiss."

Early Life

Shaun Weiss was born Shaun Herman Weiss on August 27, 1978, in Montvale, New Jersey. He grew up in a Jewish household with four older siblings, and he attended Pascack Hills High School.

Career

Weiss appeared in numerous national commercials and first made a name for himself as Elvis on "Pee-Wee's Playhouse" in 1986. He then guest-starred on "Charles in Charge" (1988), "Webster" (1988), "Empty Nest" (1989), "The Cosby Show" (1989), and "Here and Now" (1992–1993) and made his big screen debut in the 1992 hockey film "The Mighty Ducks." He reprised his role in both sequels, and in 1995, he appeared in the TV movie "Crazy for a Kiss" and the film "Heavyweights." Shaun appeared in the "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" pilot (1996) and guest-starred on "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" (1996), "Boy Meets World" (1998), "Family Law" (1999), and "Undressed" (1999). From 1996 to 1997, he played Jake Mandelker on "Mr. Rhodes," and he starred as Stuey Mandelker on "The Tony Danza Show" from 1997 to 1998. Weiss appeared in five episodes of "Freaks and Geeks" from 1999 to 2000 and three episodes of "The King of Queens" from 1998 to 2003.

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Shaun appeared in the films "Rave" (2000), "Pumpkin" (2002), and "Suits on the Loose" (2005), and in 2008, he played a bus driver in the Owen Wilson comedy "Drillbit Taylor." He guest-starred on "City Guys" (2001), "Las Vegas" (2005), and "Crossing Jordan" (2007), then he appeared in the 2013 feature film "Four Dogs" (2013) and the 2014 short films "Line of Duty" and "The Worst Thing I've Ever Done." He created the web series "Why Not Weiss" in 2015, and in 2016, he appeared in the film "Mad," the short "Netflix & Chill," and the TV show "Blessed." Shaun has also starred in commercials for Verizon Wireless, Castrol, ESPN, and Captain Morgan's.

Award Nominations

Weiss has earned three nominations from the Young Artist Awards. In 1993, he was nominated for Best Young Actor in a New Television Series for "Here and Now," and Shaun and his "The Mighty Ducks" co-stars received a nomination for Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture. In 1997, he earned a nomination for Best Performance in a TV Comedy – Supporting Young Actor for " Mr. Rhodes."

Personal and Legal Troubles

In July 2017, Shaun was arrested for petty theft in Los Angeles and sentenced to 150 days in jail. Due to overcrowding at the Los Angeles County Jail, he only served 12 days of his sentence. Five days after he was released from jail, he was arrested again, this time for possession of methamphetamine; he was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Weiss was arrested for public intoxication in August 2018, stealing from a Rite Aid in November 2018, and breaking into a home while he was on meth in January 2020. The 2020 burglary charge was dropped in July 2021 after he completed a drug court program and celebrated a year of sobriety.

Shaun Weiss Net Worth

Shaun Weiss

Net Worth:$500
Date of Birth:Aug 27, 1978 (43 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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