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Jaden Jeremy Shada was born on the 21st January 1997, in Boise, Idaho USA and is an actor, voice actor, and musician, but probably best known to the world as the voice of Finn in the animated TV series “Adventure Time” (2010-2017), and as a part of the sketch-comedy TV series “Incredible Crew”.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jeremy Shada is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Shada’s net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry, which started in 1999. In addition to his work as an actor, Jeremy is also a part of the pop punk band Make Out Monday, which has also improved his wealth.
Jeremy Shada Net Worth $500,000
Jeremy is of part-Czech ancestry, through his great-great-grandfather. He has two older brothers, Zack Shada, and Josh, who are also actors. Since he became a star at an early age, and because of his busy schedule, Jeremy was homeschooled but has recently announced that he matriculated from high school in 2013.
Jeremy’s brother Zack was already an actor when Jeremy was only seven years old, and the whole family moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of Zack’s acting career. Inspired by his brother, Jeremy also wanted to become an actor, and made several commercial appearances, before he started auditioning for voice and theatrical roles. In 2004 he made his first screen appearances, in the TV series “Good Girls Don’t”, as young David, and the same year played young Phillip in the drama “Miracle Run”, starring Mary-Louise Parker, Aidan Quinn and Zac Efron. He then became more focused on voice acting on a suggestion from his agent, and as a result, he gave his voice to Jean Francois from the animated action comedy “Team America: World Police” (2004), which increased his net worth to a large degree.
He then returned to screen roles, portraying young Kurt Diamond in the action film “No Rules” (2005) and then had a minor role in the Primetime Emmy Award- winning TV fantasy drama series “Lost”, as young Charlie Pace. In 2009 he made his breakthrough when his agent came to him with the idea to audition for the role of Finn for the upcoming animated TV series “Adventure Time”.
Three years prior, his brother Zack had already voiced Finn, and Jeremy matched his voice, resulting in him being selected for the particular role, which has continued through the TV series, and also in the video games based on the TV series, including “Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know!” (2013), “Adventure Time: Game Wizard” (2015), and “Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations” (2015), which have increased his net worth to a large degree. In 2009 he also voiced Robin in the TV series “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”, and then three years later gave voice to Pug in the animated film “ParaNorman”.
In 2012 he joined the cast of the sketch-comedy TV series “Incredible Crew”, created by Nick Cannon, while in 2013 he portrayed Mike in the made-for-television comedy film “Aliens in the House”. His next role was the one of Tyler Prendergast in the TV series “Mr. Student Body President” (2016), and most recently he lent his voice to Lance, from the animated TV sci-fi adventure series “Voltron” (2016-2017), increasing further his net worth.
To speak of his musical endeavors, Jeremy is a part of the pop punk band Make Out Monday, which also comprises his brother Zack, and their friends John Spicer, and Seth Renken. They have released two EPs, “Kicking Cars” (2014), and “Kicking Cars (Special Edition)” (2015), the sales of which also added to his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Jeremy tends to hide his life away from the public eye, therefore there is no information about the young star’s life besides his career. However, he has been linked with actress Ashley Boettcher as his girlfriend.