Jason Narvy is an actor who became famous for his role in the Power Rangers television series. Also, he made cameo appearances as Skull in Power Rangers Lost Galaxy and Power Rangers Wild Force.
Jason Narvy was born on March 27, 1974, in Los Angeles, CA under the birth sign of Aries. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. He grew up along with his brother, Steve Narvy.
Moreover, he studied at the Los Angeles Theater Institute before entering the Hollywood film industry. Furthermore, he is a certified actor with the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. Also, he holds a Ph.D. in Theater Studies from the University of California.
Currently, Narvy is an associate professor in the Theatre Department at Concordia University in Chicago.
An actor Jason is a married man. He tied the knot with his wife Amy Schnetzer. After dating for several years, they shared their wedding vows on 26th March 2005, in a private ceremony.
The couple is married for more than 14 years as for now and they are still together and loves to spend time with each other. He often posts pictures of his wife on his social accounts such as Instagram with loving captions.
Moreover, the actor and his wife Schnetzer share one child, daughter. Till date, there is no sign of separation. Currently, the love birds are living a blissful life with their blessing child.
The 45-years-old actor has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. Narvy summoned his wealth from his decade long successful career.
As per some sources, the TV actors earn an average salary of $20 thousand and $150 thousand per working hours and roles per episode.
Moreover, he featured in numerous Power Rangers series and also in movies that made a good impact and were able to gain good prosperity.
Furthermore, the American actor also makes a good income from his social media endorsements, brand promotions, and varied monetary works. He earns $174 – $290 per post from Instagram.
In addition, Jason appeared on its spin-offs, Power Rangers Turbo, Power Rangers Zeo, and Power Rangers in Space.
Also, he made an appearance in the last episode of Power Rangers Super Samurai. In the same way, he also appeared in the feature film adaptations, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie in 1995 and the Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie in 1997.