David Lascher is an American actor famous for his works in Hey Dude as Ted McGriff. He gained prominence for his appearing in the family TV shows Blossom. Also, he got recognization after working in the TV series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
David Lascher was born on April 27, 1972, in Scarsdale, NY, under the birth sign of Taurus. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
His father was a lawyer and mother was a psychotherapist. He grew up along with her sisters named Alexandra Lascher, Carly Lascher, and Lauren Lascher.
Talking about his education, Lascher completed his education from attended Scarsdale High School.
The American actor is happily married to Jill London. The couple shared their wedding vows in 1999 in presence of close friends and family.
David and his wife Jill share two lovely children. Till date, the husband and wife are together for decades and still in the loving relationship with no possibilities of divorce.
Previously on 14 August 1995, David got married to actress Jessica Watson is popular for her work in Supermodels Go Wild, Bright Hair and Supermodels Go Wild. Later, they separated without disclosed reason in the late 90s.
As of May 2019, Lascher’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million, which is exactly equal to the famous actor Devyn Nekoda. He has managed to accumulate such wealth from his successful acting career. The actor also adds more dollars from his movies, commercials, endorsements, and advertisements.
As per some source claim that he earns around $15 thousand to $25 thousand from his work on a small screen. The average actresses earn around $39.84per hour for their work.
In 1989, Lascher started his acting career by appearing in the TV series Hey Dude as Ted McGriff. After that, he appeared on A Family for Joe as Nick Bankston.
Moreover, he has appeared on several hit television series like Beverly Hills 90210, Clueless, Sabrina The Teenage Witch and many more.
In 2014, Lascher co-wrote, produced and directed the movie, Sister with Todd Camhe. He appeared on the NBC chat program the Last Call with Carson Daly as a Ryan Seacrest clone in a parody of that evening’s American Idol finale.