What is Ben Savage's net worth? The 'Boy Meets World' star is ready to contest in California election
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Ben Savage is all set to run for a US Congressional seat. Ben who represents the Democratic party has officially filed paperwork expressing his interest to contest in the election for a chance to represent California's 30th District. He is returning to run for elections after he lost at LA City council only fetching 6.3% of votes.
According to TMZ, the 30th District seat is currently occupied by Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Burbank. Ben became a familiar face to his audience through ABC’s 'Boy Meets World' telecast from 1993 to 2000. Later, through the Disney Channel sequel 'Girl Meets World' from 2014 to 2017, as per Deadline.
What is Ben Savage's net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ben possesses a total net worth of $8 million. However, some of the outlets such as Taddlr claim that he has a total net worth of $12 million. The 'Boy Meets World' alumnus is a graduate of political science from Stanford University. One of the major sources of his net worth is his real estate possession. In 2004, he purchased a home for $1.05 million that he sold for $1.6 million in 2011. The house spans 2,350 square feet, and it features three bedrooms. It also had a 1,000-square-foot rooftop terrace and wooden floors. According to Dirt.com, his house was built in 1927 and renovated in recent years. He draws an annual salary of $1.96 million in a year which means he has a monthly income of $163,333, as per celebworth.net.
Meanwhile, according to Wealthy Peeps, though the details on his cars are not available, the actor has been photographed in several high-end vehicles, including a black sedan and a pickup truck. Ben is also associated with The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The foundation aims to eradicate HIV and AIDS. The actor contributes money and often volunteers for the team. He is also a part of the Toy Mountain Campaign, where he contributes toys for the salvation army. He has also teamed up with various research foundations to fight against cancer and meningitis including, Tower Cancer Research Foundation. According to Ben For Weho, for the LA City council elections, some of his priorities included community safety, strengthening local economy, housing and homelessness.