Jerry Trainor Net Worth

March 10, 2024
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Gerald William Trainor was born on the 21st January 1977, in San Diego, California, USA of Caucasian descent. He is an actor, comedian as well as voice actor well known under the name of Jerry Trainor, for his roles of Crazy Steve in the television series “Drake & Josh” (2004 – 2007), Spencer Shay in “iCarly” (2007–2012), and Dudley Puppy in “TUFF Puppy” (2010 – 2015). Jerry Trainor has been active in the entertainment industry since 1999.

How much is the net worth of Jerry Trainor? It has been estimated that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $1.5 million as of early 2016, with the main sources of his income being film and television.


Jerry Trainor Net Worth $1.5 Million


Trainor was born into the family of William Trainor and Madelyn McNenly, and grew up in his hometown of San Diego. He studied improvisation as well as theatre respectively at the Groudlings school, Los Angeles and University of California, Santa Barbara.

William debuted as an actor with the role of Eric in the television series “Undressed” (2000). Afterwards, he appeared in episodes of many series including “Malcolm in the Middle” (2001), “My Wife and Kids” (2002), “Angel” (2002), “ER” (2002) and “Crossing Jordan” (2004). Then, he received the recurring role of crazy Steve in the sitcom “Drake & Josh” (2004 – 2007). Following that, the main role of Spencer Shay landed in teen series “iCarly” (2007 – 2012) not only increased the net worth of Jerry Trainor significantly, but also made him famous. The actor was nominated for six awards, two of which he won: Australian Kids’ Choice Award as well as UK Kids’ Choice Award. The previously mentioned role Jerry landed in other TV production series “iGo to Japan” (2008) and television film “Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh” (2008). What is more, Trainor debuted as a voice actor in the animated television series created by Butch Hartman, “T.U.F.F. Puppy” (2010 – 2015). For voicing Dudley Puppy Jerry was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award. In 2013, he starred in the sitcom “Wendell & Vinnie” created by Jay Kogen. On the whole, television roles have increased the net worth of Jerry Trainor considerably.

However, roles landed in various films have also added sums to the outright size of Trainor’s wealth. He landed small roles in the films “Donnie Darko” (2001) directed and written by Richard Kelly and “Evolution” (2001) directed by Ivan Reitman. Later, he landed roles in direct to video films “Bring It On Again” (2004) directed by Damon Santostefano and “Waking Dreams” (2004) directed and written by John Daschbach. Finally, he starred in the film “Best Player” (2011) directed by Damon Santostefano.

In the personal life of the actor, Jerry Trainor was dating with Hannah Stewart, however, after a few years the couple split up, and Trainor is now in a long term relationship with Jessica Makinson. According to the latest news, Trainor was seen shopping for an engagement ring, and rumours circulated that the couple had secretly married, although Jerry has denied this.

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