Lance Kerwin Biography, Net Worth, Cause of Death Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Family

Lance Kerwin Biography, Net Worth, Cause of Death Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Family. Lance Kerwin is an Actor in United State.

Lance Kerwin Biography

Lance M. Kerwin (born November 6, 1960) was an American actor, known primarily for roles in television and film during his childhood and teen years in the 1970s. He played lead roles in the TV series James at 15, and the made-for-TV films The Loneliest Runner and Salem’s Lot.


Lance Kerwin Early Life

Kerwin was raised in Lake Elsinore, California. His father was an acting coach, who brought home scripts for his son to read. His mother was also a performer and later, a talent agent. He was the youngest of five brothers. His brother Shane was his stand-in.

Lance Kerwin Career

In the 1970s, Kerwin appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies and series. He was, said former theater critic and British Film Institute governor John Holmstrom, “probably America’s leading boy actor of the late Seventies … a handsome lad … considerable sensitivity as an actor”. His serious acting roles often portrayed anguished characters facing difficult challenges, such as in The Loneliest Runner, The Boy Who Drank Too Much, and Children of Divorce.

In July 2010, it was reported that Kerwin was working as a pastor at Calvary Chapel in Kapaa, Hawaii and a program leader at U-Turn for Christ, a drug and alcohol rehab organization. The report also stated that Kerwin and his wife Yvonne pled guilty to falsifying documents to obtain state medical assistance in Hawaii, after neglecting to report his ownership of three properties on the mainland. Kerwin was sentenced to five years probation and 300 hours of community service. He publicly apologized.

Lance Kerwin Cause of Death

Kerwin died in San Clemente, California, according to Variety. His death was also confirmed in a Facebook post by his daughter, Savanah Kerwin. No cause of death was given.

Lance Kerwin Net Worth

Lance Kerwin has an estimated Net Worth of $14 million.

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