• Scott Weinger is an American actor, voice actor, producer and writer.
• He is most known for his role as Steve Hale in the original TV series “Full House” and its Netflix’ produced sequel “Fuller House”, as well as the voice of Aladdin in Disney’s original animated films and TV series.
• He studied English and American Literature at Harvard University and is married to television writer and producer Rina Mimoun.
• He has a net worth of over $6 million and is 5ft 9ins tall.
• He has recently been interviewed by Today about the new “Aladdin” film, and fans are wondering if there will be a sixth season of “Fuller House”.
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Date Of Birth||October 5, 1975|
|Fact||Graduated from Harvard University 1998 magna cum laude|
- 1 Who is Scott Weinger?
- 2 Scott Weinger Bio- Age, Childhood, and Education
- 3 Career Beginning
- 4 Rise to Prominence
- 5 Writer and Producer
- 6 Scott Weinger Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance
- 7 Scott Weinger Personal Life, Married, Wife Rina Mimoun, Children
- 8 Scott Weinger News, Facts
- 9 General Info
- 10 Family
- 11 Accomplishments
- 12 Social profile links
- 13 Facts
- 14 Pictures
- 15 Movies
- 16 Awards
Who is Scott Weinger?
Scott Weinger is an American actor, voice actor, producer and writer as well, who is probably best known to the world in the original TV series “Full House” as Steve Hale, and its Netflix’ produced sequel “Fuller House” (2016-2020), but also as the voice of Aladdin in Disney’s original animated films and TV series of the same name, from 1994 to 2002.
Scott Weinger Bio- Age, Childhood, and Education
Scott Eric Weinger was born on the 5th October 1975 in New York, USA, the son of Elliot Weinger, an orthopedic surgeon, and his wife Babs, a teacher.
Of Jewish ancestry, he grew up in southern Florida with his two younger brothers and a younger sister. After displaying the desire to become an actor, Scott and the family moved to Los Angeles where his career started. He later studied English and American literature at Harvard University, from which he graduated magna cum laude in 1998.
Even before he turned 10 years old, Scott had made up his mind to become an actor; while in school on a Career Day he was impressed by an actor who gave a presentation, and the moment he got home he started asking his parents to provide him an agent.
Not long after, Scott made his debut in the commercial for Ideal Toys. At 13 years old he was cast in the comedy film “Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach” (1988), and the same year starred as Patrick Hemingway in the TV mini-series “Hemingway”, co-starring Stacy Keach and Josephine Chaplin, among others. Two years later, he was chosen for the role of Steve Taylor in the TV comedy series “The Family Man” (1990-1991).
Rise to Prominence
In 1991, Scott was selected for the role of his career, cast as Steve Hale in the TV comedy series “Full House”, and through 1995 appeared in 50 episodes of the award-winning series, which made him extremely popular.
In 1992 he was selected as the voice of the title character in the animated comedy-adventure film “Aladdin”, reprised two years later in the sequel “The Return of Jafar”, and from 1994 to 1995 he featured in the TV series “Aladdin”. Before the ‘90s ended, he voiced Aladdin in several other projects, including the films “Aladdin’s Arabian Adventures: Magic Makers” (1995), then “Aladdin’s Arabian Adventures: Team Genie” (1996), and “Aladdin’s Arabian Adventures: Creatures of Invention” (1998).
He has remained tied to Aladdin until recent years, including in 2015 when he voiced Aladdin in the video game “Disney Infinity 3.0”.
In addition, he’s worked on a number of other projects; he was the voice of Atlas in the film “Metropolis” in 2001, and the same year portrayed Cole Davidson in the comedy horror film “Shredder”, and in 2006 he was Officer Rubin in the TV series “What I Like About You”. After this, other than “Aladdin” he didn’t work on anything else until 2016, when he was called up for the “Full House” sequel in Netflix’s production.
He accepted the invitation, and from 2016 to 2020 appeared in 53 episodes, which reignited his career.
Writer and Producer
To speak further of his accomplishments, Scott is also a writer and producer. The first project on which he worked as a writer was the TV series “Like Family”, after which he worked on several other comedy series, including “What I Like About You” (2005), “90210” (2010-2013), and most recently, “The Hookup Plan” in 2018, and “DC Super Hero High” in 2020.
He also worked as a producer on these projects, while he also produced the TV series “The Neighbors” (2013-2014), “Black-ish” (2014-2015) and “Galavant” (2015-2016), and co-produced five episodes of “The Muppets.”
Scott Weinger Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance
Scott Weinger has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 30 years, and his success has increased his wealth to a large degree. According to sources, Scott Weinger’s net worth is estimated to be over $6 million, as of mid- 2020.
Scott Weinger stands at 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, while he weighs approximately 170lbs ~ 77kgs. He has light brown hair and his eyes are green.
Scott Weinger Personal Life, Married, Wife Rina Mimoun, Children
Scott Weinger is married and has a son, Mischa, born in 2009. His wife is television writer and producer, Rina Mimoun; the couple has been married since 2008.
Rina joined the Writers Guild of America, and as an intern started working on the comedy show “Ned and Stacey”. Her first big break came in 2001 when he worked on the TV series “Dawson’s Creek”. Since then, she has been involved in such TV series as “Everwood” (2004-2005), “Privileged” (2008-2009), and most recently “Mistresses” (2013-2016), among other series.
Scott Weinger News, Facts
With the success of the new “Aladdin” film, Scott as a previous star has recently been , talking about the film and what he liked and disliked. Also, as his new TV series “DC Super Hero High” is brewing, , while the popularity of “Fuller House” is unceasing, and of the popular series.
|Full Name||Scott Weinger|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Date Of Birth||October 5, 1975|
|Profession||Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor|
|Parents||Elliot Weinger, Babs Weinger|
|Movies||Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach, Aladdin, The Return of Jafar, The Shaggy Dog, Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Metropolis, Mickey's House of Villains, Shredder, Farce of the Penguins, Jay Jay the Jet Plane: Supersonic Pals|
|TV Shows||Aladdin, Full House, The Family Man|
|1||Guest starring as Dr. Kershnar on NBC's Scrubs (2001). [January 2007]|
|2||On the writing staff of the critically acclaimed series Privileged (2008). |
|3||On the writing staff of the comedy What I Like About You (2002) |
|4||He did the voice for Aladdin (both the series and the speaking part in the movie), and in one episode of Full House (1987), the one where the family goes to Disney World, D.J. fantasized that he was Aladdin.|
|5||Served as youth correspondent for ABC's Good Morning America (1975) from 1994-1997|
|6||He is the elder brother of Todd Weinger|
|7||Graduated from Harvard University 1998 magna cum laude|
|8||Was born in New York City and raised in Hollywood, Florida|
|9||Fluent in French, and lived in Paris.|
|10||Graduated from Harvard University in 1998 (majored in English, minored in French literature).|
|Fuller House||2016||TV Series||Steve Hale|
|Disney Infinity 3.0||2015||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes||2014||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|The Neighbors||2014||TV Series||Man|
|Kinect Disneyland Adventures||2011||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+||2007||Video Game||Aladdin (English version, voice)|
|Scrubs||2006||TV Series||Dr. Kershnar|
|What I Like About You||2006||TV Series||Officer Rubin Rubin|
|Farce of the Penguins||2006||Horny Penguin (voice, uncredited)|
|Kingdom Hearts II||2005||Video Game||Aladdin (English version, voice)|
|Jasmine's Enchanted Tales: Journey of a Princess||2005||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|House of Mouse||2001-2002||TV Series||Aladdin|
|Kingdom Hearts||2002||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|Mickey's House of Villains||2001||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Metropolis||2001||Atlas (English version, voice)|
|Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge||2001||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|Walker, Texas Ranger||1999||TV Series||Bradley Roberts|
|Aladdin's Arabian Adventures: Creatures of Invention||1998||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Aladdin's Arabian Adventures: Fearless Friends||1998||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Disney's Math Quest with Aladdin||1998||Video Game||Aladdin (voice)|
|Aladdin and the King of Thieves||1996||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Aladdin's Arabian Adventures: Team Genie||1996||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Aladdin on Ice||1995||TV Movie||Aladdin (voice, uncredited)|
|Aladdin||1994-1995||TV Series||Aladdin Evil Aladdin|
|Aladdin's Arabian Adventures: Magic Makers||1995||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Full House||1991-1995||TV Series||Steve Hale Steve Peters|
|The Shaggy Dog||1994||TV Movie||Wilbert 'Wilby' Joseph Daniels / Shaggy Dog|
|The Return of Jafar||1994||Video||Aladdin (voice)|
|Eerie, Indiana||1991||TV Series||Eddie|
|The Family Man||1990-1991||TV Series||Steve Taylor|
|Life Goes On||1989-1990||TV Series||Steve Smith|
|Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach||1988||Shark Attack Kid|
|Hemingway||1988||TV Mini-Series||Patrick Hemingway|
|The Muppets.||2016||TV Series co-executive producer - 5 episodes|
|Galavant||2015-2016||TV Series supervising producer - 12 episodes|
|Black-ish||2014-2015||TV Series supervising producer - 15 episodes|
|The Neighbors||2013-2014||TV Series producer - 22 episodes|
|90210||TV Series co-producer - 24 episodes, 2011 - 2012 producer - 21 episodes, 2012 - 2013|
|The Cricket Player||2002||Short producer|
|The Muppets.||2016||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|Galavant||2015-2016||TV Series written by - 2 episodes|
|Black-ish||2015||TV Series written by - 1 episode|
|The Neighbors||TV Series written by - 2 episodes, 2014 writer - 1 episode, 2013|
|90210||2010-2013||TV Series written by - 8 episodes|
|Privileged||TV Series written by - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2008|
|What I Like About You||2005||TV Series writer - 3 episodes|
|Like Family||2003||TV Series writer|
|Fuller House||2016||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|90210||2011||TV Series executive story editor - 1 episode|
|Black-ish: Bloopish||2015||TV Movie thanks|
|Rachael Ray||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|The View||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Good Morning America||2015||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Fanpop Interviews||2015||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Chabad Telethon||2006||TV Movie||Himself|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Switched Up!||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Behind the Walls of 'Full House'||2000||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The All New Mickey Mouse Club||1993||TV Series||Himself|
|Some Jerk with a Camera||2013||TV Series documentary||Aladdin / Steve Hale / Himself|
|Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix||2013||Video Game||Aladdin|
|That Fellow in the Coat||2010-2012||TV Series||Aladdin|
|Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories||2007||Video Game||Aladdin|
|Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories||2004||Video Game||Aladdin|
|1993||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Performance by a Younger Actor||Aladdin (1992)|
|1992||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series||The Family Man (1990)|
|1991||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actor Starring in a New Television Series||The Family Man (1990)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia