Blake McIver Ewing is an American actor who is very famous for his appearance in the comedy movie named The Little Rascals as Waldo. Also, he is known for his appearance in the ABC hit sitcom Full House as Michelle’s friend, Derek.
How Old Is Blake McIver Ewing?
Blake McIver Ewing was born to Bill Ewing and Susan McIver on March 27, 1985, in Los Angeles, California, the United States of America. He is of American nationality while his ethnicity is missing. He was raised alongside a brother named Zack Ewing who is also an actor.
Regarding education, he completed his high school degree from Los Angeles Baptist High School. Later on, he joined the University of California for his further degree.
Openly Gay Blake McIver Ewing Is Dating
The 36 years old, Blake McIver Ewing is openly gay. He officially came out as a gay back in 2016 in a description of a YouTube video where he has performed a poignant anti-bullying song. He wrote
When I was 14 I came very close to becoming a gay teen suicide ‘statistic’.
As of now, he is in a dating relationship with Emerson Collins(actor and producer). They began dating each other in 2015. Since then the pair has been enjoying each other’s company very well.
How Much Is His Net Worth and Career?
Blake McIver Ewing has a net worth of $300 thousand as of 2021 from his career as a actor as per the celebrity net worth. In USA, the average salary of actor is $95,000 per annum, so he also might be getting paid his salary in the same range.
Blake McIver Ewing made his acting debut at the age of eight from his appearance in the comedy-drama film, Calendar Girl as six-year-old Ned in 1993. Following year she was cast in the romantic comedy film, The Little Rascals (1994). The other cast of the show includes Brittany Ashton Holmes, Travis Tedford, Zachary Mabry, and Bug Hall.
Also he has appeared in the television series such as Recess, Full House, Star Search, The People’s Couch, and Minor Adjustments.
Here is the list of his movie appearance which has earned huge amount in box office collection.
- Calendar Girl – $93.4 million
- The Little Rascals – $67.3 million
- Gordy – $3.9 million
- Tom and Huck – $23.9 million
- Anastasia – $140 million
- Raising Helen – $49.7 million