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Born Jeremy Robert Martin Sumpter on the 5th February 1989, in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California USA, he is an actor best known to the world in the title role of the family adventure film “Peter Pan” (2003), and as J.D. McCoy in the TV series “Friday Night Lights” (2008-2010). His career has been active since 2001.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jeremy Sumpter is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Sumpter’s net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount acquired through his successful career as an actor.
Jeremy Sumpter Net Worth $500,000
Jeremy is the son Sandy and her husband Gary Sumpter. He grew up in a big family with a twin sister and two children from his mother’s previous marriage. While still a baby, the whole family moved to Mount Sterling, Kentucky, his mother’s hometown.
Once Jeremy turned 11 he entered International Modeling and Talent Association, taking his first steps towards a modeling career, and that same year he became Pree-Teen Male Model of the Year.
Thanks to his initial success, he signed with Mark Robert as his personal manager, however, in Kentucky he could only do so much, so then with his family returned to Los Angeles.
Once settled in Los Angeles, Jeremy started pursuing a career as an actor. He made his debut in the made for television movie “Murphy’s Dozen” in 2001, and portrayed young Adam in the crime thriller “Frailty”, the same year. The following year Jeremy had the role of Skeet Dobson in the drama “Local Boys”, starring Mark Harmon, Eric Christian Olsen, and Stacy Edwards, certainly a good start to his net worth.
In 2003, Jeremy had his breakout role as Peter Pan in the film of the same name, joined by Jason Isaacs and Olivia Williams as lead characters; the role earned him a Saturn Award in the category best performance by a Younger Actor. After the titular role, he was selected to play Pete Young in the TV series “Clubhouse” (2004-2005), and in 2005 played Justin Petersen, the lead character in the drama “Cyber Seduction: His Secret Life”, which further increased his net worth, and popularity as well. In 2008 he was chosen to portray J.D. McCoy in the TV sports drama series “Friday Night Lights”, created by Peter Berg, and until 2010 appeared in 20 episodes, further increasing his wealth.
His next notable role was as Byron Blanchard in the biopic about Bethany Hamilton, a teenage surfer who returned to surfing after a shark attack in which she lost her arm, “Soul Surfer” in 2011, and then in 2012 featured in the horror “Excision” (2012), with Ariel Winter, AnnaLynne McCord and Roger Bart in the lead roles. Recently he appeared in the film “Sisters of the Groom” (2016), and “Billionaire Ransom” (2016). Also, he will appear in the fantasy adventure “Dark Ascension”, which is scheduled for release late in 2017.
Regarding his personal life, Jeremy was engaged to Lauren Pacheco from 2015 until 2016, but they didn’t marry. He was also in a relationship with actress Alyssa Tabit from 2007 to 2009, but he remains single.