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David Mendenhall was born on 13 June 1971, in Oceanside, California USA, and is an actor, probably best known for his childhood roles in the films “Space Raiders”, “Over the Top”, “The Transformers: The Movie” and “They Still Call Me Bruce”.
So just how rich is David Mendenhall? According to sources, Mendenhall has earned a net worth over $500, 000, as of mid-2017. His wealth has been established during his acting career, as well as through his work as an attorney.
David Mendenhall Net Worth $500, 000
Mendenhall grew up in the San Diego neighborhood of Oceanside, along with his sister, actress Marissa Mendenhall. He attended the University of Southern California, graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Cinema- Television. He also attended Southwestern University School of Law, obtaining a Juris Doctor degree.
His career in the entertainment industry actually started when he was four years old, appearing in a Mattel Toys commercial. He went on to appear in a number of radio and TV commercials by his teenage years, paving his way to recognition and earning a decent income.
Mendenhall made his foray onto the small screen in 1979, landing the role of Mike Webber in the ABC television medical drama “General Hospital”, remaining on the show until 1986. His performance earned him a Soap Opera Digest Award and two Young Artist Awards, and greatly contributed to his popularity and to his net worth.
In the meantime, he was also involved in many other projects, such as the TV film “The Last Song”, and the series “Taxi”, in which he had the recurring role as Jason. He made his film debut with the leading role as Peter in the 1983 science fiction film “Space Riders”, and went on to appear in series such as “Diff’rent Strokes”, “Goodnight, Beantown” and “The Twilight Zone”. His wealth grew larger.
Mendenhall also did an extensive voice over work by the mid-’80s, providing his voice for a number of TV films and series, among which the animated series “Rainbow Brite” and film “Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer”, and the animated series “G.I. Joe” and “The Berenstain Bears”, earning another Young Artist Award for the latter show. Most notably, he voiced the character of Daniel Witwicky in the animated film “The Transformers: The Movie” and in two seasons of “The Transformers” animated series. All added to his net worth.
Mendenhall’s most notable roles came with the late ’80s films, the sport drama “Over the Top”, alongside Sylvester Stallone in which he played Michael Cutler-Hawk, and the comedy action “They Still Call Me Bruce”, in which he portrayed Billy White. These performances enabled him to achieve great popularity, appearing in every major teen magazine, and to amass a significant fortune.
In 1990 Mendenhall starred as Sy in the drama film “Streets”, after which he took a break from his acting caree; focusing on education, he enrolled at the University of Southern California in the mid-’90, and then attended law school.
The 2000s saw him landing a job as a contract attorney at major studio law departments such as NBC and Universal Studios. He also worked as a journalist for publications such as Indie Slate Magazine and the Daily Journal. All contributed to his wealth.
He resumed his acting career in 2008, appearing in the short-lived television series “My Own Worst Enemy”, after which he appeared in the series “The Lone Wolf”, “The Forgotten” and “A Gifted Man”, and in the film “God Bless America”, adding steadily to his net worth.
When it comes to his private life, Mendenhall is quite secretive about it. Thus, sources don’t have any details regarding any past or current relationship status.
The actor is involved in charities, having supported non-profit organizations such as American Cancer Society, The Adam Walsh Foundation, the D.A.R.E. program, Actors and Others for Animals and Make-A-Wish, to name a few.
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David Mendenhall information
|Birth date:||June 13, 1971|
|Birth place:||Oceanside, California, USA|
|Profession:||Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Producer|
|Movies:||Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody, Space Raiders, Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, The Transformers: The Movie, Over the Top, Going Bananas, They Still Call Me Bruce, Streets, God Bless America, The Secret of the Ice Cave|
|TV shows:||Rainbow Brite, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo|
More about David Mendenhall:
|Budding Prospects||TV Movie post-production||Cyclist (uncredited)|
|Some Help from Above||2014||Short||Kerr|
|A Gifted Man||2011||TV Series||Peter Glenn|
|God Bless America||2011||Roxy's Father|
|The Forgotten||2009||TV Series||Newsstand Clerk|
|The Lone Wolf||2009||TV Series short||Thaddeus Torkin|
|My Own Worst Enemy||2008||TV Series||Paul Wallace|
|The Berenstain Bears||1985-2003||TV Series||Brother Bear|
|Divorce Court||1990||TV Series||Guest|
|The Secret of the Ice Cave||1989||Alex Ostrow|
|A Pup Named Scooby-Doo||1988||TV Series||Additional Voices|
|Our House||1987-1988||TV Series||J.R. Dutton|
|Family Medical Center||1988||TV Series|
|The Creation||1988||Video short voice|
|Pound Puppies||1987||TV Series||Additional voices|
|The Transformers||1986-1987||TV Series||Daniel Witwicky|
|Magnum, P.I.||1984-1987||TV Series|
|Going Bananas||1987||Ben McNamara|
|They Still Call Me Bruce||1987||Billy White|
|Over the Top||1987||Michael Cutler|
|Potato Head Kids||1986||TV Series||Big Chip (1986) (voice)|
|Centurions||1986||TV Series||Randy Chang|
|G.I. Joe||1986||TV Series||Young Mainframe / Bobby|
|Transformers: Five Faces of Darkness||1986||Video||Daniel Witwicky (voice)|
|The Transformers: The Movie||1986||Daniel Witwicky (voice)|
|General Hospital||1981-1986||TV Series||Mike|
|Rainbow Brite||1986||TV Series||Additional Voices / Krys|
|Galtar and the Golden Lance||1985||TV Series||Zorn|
|Punky Brewster||1985||TV Series||Additional voices|
|Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer||1985||Krys (voice)|
|The Twilight Zone||1985||TV Series||Dickie Jordan (segment "Examination Day")|
|CBS Storybreak||1985||TV Series||Henry Green|
|Robo Force: The Revenge of Nazgar||1984||TV Movie||Jason Fury (voice)|
|Cabbage Patch Kids: First Christmas||1984||TV Movie||Cannon Lee (voice)|
|Goodnight, Beantown||1983||TV Series||Alex|
|Saturday Supercade||1983||TV Series||Joey (segment 'Kangaroo': 1984-1985) (voice)|
|Diff'rent Strokes||1983||TV Series||Sidney|
|The Smurfs Christmas Special||1982||TV Movie||William (voice)|
|Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody||1982||TV Short||Terry (voice)|
|The Last Song||1980||TV Movie||Bobby Pierce|
|Deal or No Deal||2008-2009||TV Series clearance coordinator - 61 episodes|
|Knock Knock Live||2015||TV Series prize producer - 2 episodes|
|Take It All||2012||TV Series producer - 5 episodes|
|Puff and the Incredible Mr. Nobody||1982||TV Short performer: "Follow Your Own Star"|
|The Wayne Newton Special||1982||TV Special||Young Wayne Newton|
|The Magic of David Copperfield IV: The Vanishing Airplane||1981||TV Special||Young David Copperfield (uncredited)|
|The Magic of David Copperfield III: Levitating Ferrari||1980||TV Special||Young David Copperfield (uncredited)|
|Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films||2014||Documentary||Ben McNamara (uncredited)|
|Magico David||1992||TV Mini-Series||Young David Copperfield|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1988||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst Supporting Actor||Over the Top (1987)|
|1988||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst New Star||Over the Top (1987)|
|1987||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Exceptional Young Actors in Animation - Series, Specials or Feature Film||Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer (1985)|
|1986||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Outstanding Young Actor - Animation Voice Over||The Berenstain Bears (1985)|
|1985||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor in a Daytime or Nighttime Television Series||General Hospital (1963)|
|1984||Soap Opera Digest Award||Soap Opera Digest Awards||Outstanding Youth Actor in a Daytime Soap Opera||General Hospital (1963)|
|1984||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor in Daytime Soap||General Hospital (1963)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1988||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Animation Voice Over Group||The Berenstain Bears (1985)||· Christina Lange ('Sister Bear')|
· Josh Rodine ('Cousin Freddy')
|1988||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Animation Voice Over Group||Potato Head Kids (1986)||· Ian Fried ('Lumpy')|
· Susie Garbo ('Smartie Pants')
· Scott Grimes ('Slick')
· Christina Lange ('Tulip')
· Scott Menville ('Spike')
· Kellie Martin ('Lolly')
· Anne Marie McEvoy ('Puff')
· Breckin Meyer ('Spud')
· Laura Mooney ('Dimples')
|1988||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Male Superstar in Motion Pictures||Over the Top (1987)|
|1987||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Exceptional Young Actors in Animation - Series, Specials or Feature Film||The Transformers: The Movie (1986)|
|1987||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Daytime Series||General Hospital (1963)|
|1986||Soap Opera Digest Award||Soap Opera Digest Awards||Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress on a Daytime or Prime Time Serial||General Hospital (1963)|
|1986||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Outstanding Young Actor - Regular Daytime Serial||General Hospital (1963)|
|1983||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor in a Daytime Series||General Hospital (1963)|
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