Claude Jarman, Jr. Net Worth: $500 Thousand
Born in Nashville, Tennessee in September 1934. Former American child actor Claude Jarman, Jr. has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. He is best known for playing Jody in the 1946 film The Yearling. He started his career after being discovered in a national talent search for MGM Studios at the age of 10. Jarman made his acting debut playing the role of Jody in the film The Yearling in 1946. A year later, he played Alec character in the movie High Barbaree and he then went on to appear in the movies Roughshod as Steve Phillips, The Sun Comes Up as Jerry, and Intruder in the Dust as Chick Mallison in 1949. In 1950 the actor landed the role of Roy Gort in The Outriders and of Trooper Jefferson “Jeff” Yorke in Rio Grande. He was also featured in the movie Inside Straight, starring as Rip MacCool in 1951, as well as in the film Hangman’s Knot, starring as Jamie Groves in 1952. Besides, Jarman played Chess character in Fair Wind to Java in 1953 and the role of Jacob Parrott in The Great Locomotive Case in 1956. As an actor, he won a Juvenile Award at the 1947 Academy Awards for outstanding child actor of 1946. He also worked for three years in the U.S. Navy before becoming a producer and film festival executive producer.