Net Worth and Salary

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Ted Vernon

Ted Vernon

Who is Ted Vernon?

Ted Vernon is an American actor, writer, producer, and vehicle collector who goes by the moniker “Wolfman” and is widely regarded as one of South Florida’s most colorful and upbeat personalities. Ted Vernon has already been in numerous films and television series, and he is best known for his late-twenties boxing career.

Ted Vernon – Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Ted Vernon was born on October 17, 1948, in Long Island, New York, under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, and is an American citizen. Little is known about his family, as he has never revealed many details about his parents, and no information about his siblings is available.

Ted’s father, Harold Vernon, was a real estate entrepreneur, according to the limited information available. Ted once said that his father was his biggest source of entrepreneurial inspiration since he taught his son how to earn money and how to recognize good bargains and potential streams of revenue.

Net Worth of Ted Vernon? Salary, Earnings

Ted’s current net worth is believed to be around $15 million, according to credible sources.

Nothing is known about Ted’s fortune, which could plummet once the court rules on the rights to the company “South Beach Classics,” which he co-owns with his ex-wife, Robin.

Robin’s present net worth is projected to be around $2 million, and her net worth is expected to rise in the future, as she has had no run-ins with the law and, unlike her ex-husband, is still running her auto dealership.

Ted Vernon
Ted Vernon with wife.   Sources; Affair Post

Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

Ted met his first wife, Monika Sula, a hairdresser when he was about 30 years old.

They married in 1988, with a one-year-old son named Mark. Ted was still running his auto dealership, while Monika was running her own salon.

They moved to a property in Golden Beach towards the end of 1988, and Monika gave birth to their daughter Alexandra in 1990.

Ted, on the other hand, began having relationships with other women, without even concealing the fact from his wife, and the couple divorced in 1994, with Ted gaining primary custody of their children due to his greater pay than his wife’s.

Monika died in 2014, and her children lived with Ted and his next wife, Robin, until she left him as well.

Ted met Robin Zeil in 1998 on a blind date set up by mutual friends. They fell in love right away, and by the conclusion of their date, Ted had proposed to Robin.

She eventually expressed her admiration for his self-assurance, and they began living together within weeks.

Ted Vernon Jr., Robin’s first and Ted’s third child, was born in 2004 after the pair married in a Buddhist ceremony in 2000.

Ted and Robin appeared to have a close relationship, since he made her his co-partner in 2005, sharing the rights to his company “South Beach Classics” with her.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Colour

Ted shaves his head and likes to sport a large mustache; he has blue eyes.

He stands 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall and weighs 198lbs (90kgs); his vital data are currently unavailable.

He likes short-sleeved shirts, cowboy hats, and leather belts as far as apparel goes.

He has no tattoos on his body.

Ted Vernon- Professional Career

Ted started as a boxer because he was good at it, and he supposedly had a lot of completely unreported fights. However, in 1977, he chose to stop fighting and launched a business reselling and restoring cars with an unknown partner.

He left his partnership in 1979 and launched his own business venture on his own, borrowing more than $150,000 to do so. He worked long hours without taking any days off or weekends in order to save enough money to expand his company.

He eventually made it, and his company, “South Beach Classics,” became fairly popular among local automobile owners; Ted also dealt in vintage and old cars, so this element of the business helped him as well.

Ted also dabbled in acting and produced low-budget horror movies. In 1987, he made his acting debut in the film “Hammerhead Jones,” in which he played the main role. Later roles included Corbin in “Scarecrows,” a receiver in “Extralarge: Black and White,” Vinnie in “Deadly Rivals,” and Thug B in “South Beach” (1993).

In 1995, he served as executive producer for the horror film “Community of the Damned,” which starred Christopher Reeve and Kirstie Alley and told the story of a village called Midwich that was attacked by aliens.

In the same year, Ted starred in “Silent Hunter” as Lloyd Mason. He also appeared in “Miami 7” (1999–present) as Stunt Double. Ted starred in two low-budget films directed by Russian director Alexander Sharoglazov aka Alex Wesley, who is known for writing and directing short horror films based on various zombie myths.

Ted starred as Dr. Ted Vernon in “Tumors” (2011) and as Colonel Ted Vernon in “Zombie Illness,” a film about a small village in Omskaya Oblast, Siberia, where the American government reportedly transmitted the zombie infection and Ted and his brother Sasha were forced to deal with it. “Hell Glades” (2013) and “Bikini Swamp Girl Massacre” are two of Ted’s most recent acting roles (2014).

Ted Vernon- Social Media Status

Ted hasn’t been extremely active on social media, with his Twitter account being the only one he’s created. His last tweet there, though, was in November 2016. His performance is now closed, and the police are looking into his altercation with his ex-wife, Robin Zeil Vernon.

He hasn’t set up an Instagram or Facebook account. It’s worth noting that Robin’s Instagram account, which has nearly 3,000 users, is still operational.

She frequently posts selfies, images of her son, Ted Vernon Jr., and motivational phrases, all of which are invariably about overcoming heartbreak: ‘You can’t break a woman.’ Women create vast worlds out of thin air. You can only get her to start over… without you.’

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Quick Facts of Ted Vernon

  • Ted Vernon has been a TV celebrity, running his car store show “South Beach Classics” on Discovery Channel, until he had a fight with his ex-wife, Robin Zeil Vernon, which led to the show’s eventual cancellation.
  • In 2005 he made her his partner at “South Beach Classics”.
  • However, due to the developing bad relationship between himself and Robin, including several accusations of abusive behavior towards his now-ex-wife and his children, the cancellation of the show was inevitable.
  • Ted hasn’t been very active on social media, having only his Twitter account launched.
  • His show is closed now, and the police are investigating the case about his fight with his ex-wife Robin Zeil Vernon.