James Davies

James Davies net worth

James Davies‘s source of wealth comes from being a tv actor. How much money is James Davies worth at the age of 33 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2023, James Davies’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.


James Davies (born March 21, 1989) is famous for being tv actor. He currently resides in New Zealand. Well known for his portrayal of Chase Randall, AKA the Black Dino Charge Ranger from Power Rangers Dino Charge.

Source of Money
TV Actor
Real Name
James Davies
Place of Birth
New Zealand
Date of Birth
March 21, 1989 (age 33)
Under review
New Zealander

James Davies is a Aries and was born in The Year of the Serpent


James Davies was born in New Zealand on Tuesday, March 21, 1989 (Millennials Generation). He is 33 years old and is a Aries. He has done advertisements for Nintendo Wii, McDonalds, Bupa, AXE, Icebreakers, VW and KFC.

He began acting as early as 2008, appearing in an episode of Legend of the Seeker and also in commercials for Count Down, Coca Cola, and Up & Go. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. James Davies is a member of Richest Celebrities and TV Actors.

James is turning 34 years old in

He is an actor in Power Rangers Dino Charge along with Yoshi Sudarso. James is a Aries. Aries loves to be number one, so it’s no surprise that these audacious rams are the first sign of the zodiac. Bold and ambitious, Aries dives headfirst into even the most challenging situations. Aries is a cardinal sign that kicks off not only the spring season but also the entire zodiac wheel. This sign is ruled by Mars, the dynamic red planet named after the Roman god of war. Accordingly, these courageous rams are always armed and ready for battle.

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