Jason Acuña, a well-known actor from Itlay who is famous for his stage name “Wee Man”, has a noteworthy personality. Jason Acuña Net Worth is around $14 Million. He has been serving the film industry since 2001 although he entered his professional career in 1996. Jason is a stunt performer, an actor, a television celebrity, and a professional skateboarder. He has also been a part of the Jackass on MTV and host in the Fox Sports Net’s Skateboarding show 54321.
|Net Worth – $14 Million|
|Fullname||Jason Shannon Acuña|
|Date of Birth||May 16, 1973|
|Birth Place||Pisa, Italy|
|Work As||Actor, Stunt Performer, Host, Television personality|
Jason Acuña Career History and Filmography
With a German and Mexican descent, Acuña born in Pisa, Italy. He grew up in Torrance, California and attended his high school from North High School. He has served the stakeboard magazine “Big Brother” as a subscription manager. His job made him associated with the Jackass television series in 2001. Due to his humorous behavior, he got famous in fewer years. His small height is not a disgrace but an attribute for him that made him more and more renowned among the people.
In 2007, Wee Man took part in Armed and Famous, the reality television series. Later on, he participated in television series, “Scarred Life”, in July of 2007. Acuña appeared in the beginning series of NBC’s celebrity circus and got the highest score of 10 in the fourth week and became the first to get posthumous of best score achiever. Acuña is also the owner of a restaurant in Redondo Beach, California. In 2012, Wee Man was cast in a family friendly feature film and entered the film industry. It was a stright-to-video holiday movie — “Elf-Man” in which Jason was starred.
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Since 2001, Wee Man has been the part of the film industry and play a role in “The Same”. In 2002, he performed in “Jackass”, in 2003 “Grind”, “Zéro un”, in 2004, “Bashing”, in 2005, “Death of the supermodels”, in 2006, “The Dudesons Movie”, in 2007, “The Man Who Souled the World”, “Jackass 2.5”, in 2009, “We Gotta Get Buscemi“, in 2010, “Jackass 3D”. In 2011, “Jackass 3.5”, in 2012, “Elf-Man”, and in 2013 “Feed the Dog”.
He also participated in a number of television series including Jackass, Player$, Wildboyz, Punk’D, The Bronx Bunny Show, MADtv, Armed and Famous, A Tribute to Ryan Dunn, Celebrity Circus, and many others. He also appeared in two music videos, in 1996 and 2005, in “Delinquent Habits”, and “Jamiroquai” respectively.