Blake Woodruff net worth

Blake Woodruff‘s source of wealth comes from being a movie actor. How much money is Blake Woodruff worth at the age of 26 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2021,¬†Blake Woodruff’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.

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Blake Woodruff (born June 19, 1995) is famous for being movie actor. He currently resides in Arizona, United States. Actor best known for the role of Mike Baker in the Cheaper By the Dozen films alongside Steve Martin. In 2004, he won a Young Artist Award for Best Young Ensemble in a Feature Film.

Source of Money
Movie Actor
Real Name
Blake Michael Woodruff
Place of Birth
Arizona, United States
Date of Birth
June 19, 1995 (age 26)
Height
5' 3"
Ethnicity
White
Nationality
American
Religion
Unknown

Blake Woodruff is a Gemini and was born in The Year of the Pig

Life

Blake Woodruff was born in Arizona, United States on Monday, June 19, 1995 (Millennials Generation). He is 26 years old and is a Gemini. Blake Woodruff is an American actor. He played the role of Noah Newman on the soap opera The Young and the Restless.

He started acting when he was six years old. In 2003, he debuted as Crying Boy in Blind Horizon. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Blake Woodruff is a member of Richest Celebrities and Movie Actors.

Blake is turning 27 years old in

He was in Cheaper by the Dozen with Hilary Duff. Blake is a Gemini. Gemini is excellent at guiding change and transformation. Gemini is governed by Mercury, the messenger planet of communication. Gemini is all about output, so these twins love to chat and often speak with their hands. Gemini moves too fast to care about embarrassing missteps: They simply move on.

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Blake Woodruff’s net worth

Online estimates of Blake Woodruff’s net worth vary. While it’s relatively simple to predict his income, it’s harder to know how much Blake has spent over the years.

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