Jason Earles is an American actor, comedian, and martial artist. He is best known for his portrayal of Jackson Stewart in the Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana and for his role as Rudy Gillespie in the Disney XD series Kicking It. Jason Earles is also a director, and he has directed episodes of Hannah Montana and Kicking It.
Because of his work in Hannah Montana: The Movie, Earles was considered for a Teen Choice Award nomination in the year 2009.
Earles’s childhood and adolescence
Jenny gave birth to Jason Earles on April 26, 1977, in San Diego, California, in the United States. He was given the name Jason Daniel Earles at birth. He is of American nationality and is of white American ethnicity, and he was born in the United States.
Earles is the middle child of five, with two elder brothers, one younger brother, and one sister. Following his time in Ohio, he relocated his family to the state of Oregon.
Earles received his high school diploma from the Glencoe High School in Hillsboro in the year 1995. Prior to relocating to the southern part of California.
He attended Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, when he was living there and earned a degree there in the year 2000.
Earles joined the famous “Montana Shakespeare in Parks” theater group shortly after graduating from high school. During his time with the organization, he played the roles of Feste and Sebastian in performances of Twelfth Night and The Tempest, respectively.
After striking to an arrangement with the previous theater director at Rocky Mountain College, Gerry Roe, not to delete Alan Strang’s nude scene, Earles was cast in the role of Alan Strang in the play Equus.
Earles had appearances in two episodes of “The Shield,” titled “Breakpoint,” and also had an uncredited cameo in an episode of “Malcolm in the Middle” in the year 2003.
Known television programs
One year later, Earles made an appearance in the animated short film titled Table 6. On the television shows Still Standing (2004) and One on One, he appeared as a guest star (2005). His first project working with Disney was the science fiction comedy titled “Phil of the Future,” in which he played the role of Grady Spaggett.
Earles was given the role of Ernie in the 2005 direct-to-video spin-off of an American Pie film titled American Pie Presents: Band Camp. This was the first in a series of American Pie spin-off films.
His First Wife
In 2002, Jason Earles wed Jennifer Earles, the woman he had been seeing for a very long time and who would later become his wife. When the two were still in high school, they had their first date, which led to the beginning of their relationship.
The couple now has a beautiful daughter by the name of Noah Earles. However, after eleven years of being married to one other, they eventually got a divorce.
Wife Number Two
Following the conclusion of their marriage to Jennifer, he started a new relationship with Katie Dryden in January 2013, and on November 14, 2016, they announced their engagement on her Instagram account.
After being together for almost three years, the couple finally got married on August 15 at The Garland in Toluca Lake, California, on a Sunday, and they announced their happy news on Instagram.
Net worth of Jason
Throughout his career, Jason Earles has been paid a significant sum of money as a wage. As an actor and comedian, he has been in a number of movies and television programs, and as a result, he has a healthy income.
The present value of Earles’s estate is believed to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $8 million. He treats his wife, children, and other members of his family to an extravagant lifestyle.
Suffering from “Kallman Syndrome”
Earles, the actor, is reportedly afflicted with the condition that gives a person the appearance of being much younger than they really are. It has been determined that he is suffering from Kallman Syndrome.
Because of his illness, he seems to be much younger than he really is. Because he has previously portrayed a much younger persona, this has proven to be beneficial for him in some way.
|Age||45 years old|
|Height||5 feet 4 inch|
|Profession||Actor, martial artist, Comedian|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|