How rich is Will Sasso?
Will Sasso Net Worth:
Will Sasso Net Worth:
Will Sasso Net Worth $4 Million
Among the best performer, William has clarified his net worth to be around $4 million dollars upon his net wealth collection. It means his devotees and followers need to hold back little more time to understand him in detail. Sasso was born in Ladner, British Columbia, Canada to some Canadian and Italian parent. He voluntarily credits his decision to eventually become an actor and his respect for humor to an “unhealthy addiction to television”. In the age of 15 he got his first representative and immediately started reserving characters in television and movie. Before moving from Vancouver to La, California, Sasso starred for five seasons as far-out teenager Derek Wakaluk to the award winning Canadian remarkable show Madison.
Apart from his playing field, Sasso is a professional wrestling enthusiast, and has made his appearances with numerous American pro wrestling promotions. Sasso also played the part of Fortunio Balducci in Southland Tales. Sasso starred in $h*! My Dad Says, on the basis of the Twitter feed Shit My Father Says created by Justin Halpern. The show debut in the fall of 2010 and its own cancellation was announced on May 15, 2011. He also appeared in the 2002 Sum 41 music video “Still Waiting” as the supervisor for the group. Sasso hosted the 2006 Canadian Comedy Awards in London, Ontario in addition to the festival’s “Sketch & Improv Showcases”. Also, he was a host in the 2005-2006 NHL award ceremony. He also appeared in the Children Hospital episode “Frankfurters”.
|Birth date:||May 24, 1975|
|Birth place:||Ladner, British Columbia, Canada|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Film Producer|
|Education:||Delta Secondary School|
|Parents:||Anna Sasso, Antonio Sasso|
|Nominations:||Canadian Comedy Award for Television / Best Performance by a Male - Television (2001)|
|Movies:||“The Three Stooges: The Movie” (2012), “Brown’s Requiem” (1998), “Best in Show (2000), “Southland Tales” (2006), “Lower Learning” (2008), “College Road Trip” (2008), “Life As We Know It” (2010), “Year of the Carnivore” (2009), “For Christ's Sake” (2009), “The Right Kind of Wrong” (2013), “Hit By Lightning” (2014), “Henchmen” (2016)|
|TV shows:||“Canadian Madison” (1994-1997), “MADtv” (1997-2002), "Less than Perfect" (2002-), "$#*! My Dad Says" (2010-2011), "WWF SmackDown!" (2002), "WWE Raw" (2012)|