Asa Maxwell Butterfield is an English actor who is best known for his appearances in several movies and television shows. This talented actor has featured in movies like Son of Rambow, Hugo, Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang and so on.
He has millions of fans from all over the globe and they want to know more about his earning sources and career. So today, I will let his fans know about his current net worth and income sources in detail, here.
Asa’s net worth and earning sources
Do you have any idea about his net income? If no, don’t worry. You'll get all the information you are seeking for, here. Asa has been working in the film and television shows for a decade. Henceforth, his net worth is estimated to be around $5 million in 2016.
Acting is a primary source of his income and besides this, he receives a good amount from sponsorship, endorsement, and so on. From the genuine source, he earned $130K by endorsement and sponsorship in the year 2016 and his current yearly income is around $588K.
Asa’s acting career
Asa was keenly interested in acting since a very young age and because of which he debuted in the entertainment industry at the age of seven. At that time, he featured in TV opera show named Friday Afternoons.
Later in 2006, he got a minor role in the After Thomas, a TV drama show. In that year, he also featured in a motion picture named Son of Rambow. After a year, he worked in another tv show Ashes to Ashes and also in the film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas(2007).
Was lovely to meet some Japanese fans at the airport, thank you for all the gifts! (Including this adorable little Totoro) pic.twitter.com/44dyc4Jnk1
— Asa Butterfield (@asabfb) December 21, 2016
Since then, he has featured in numerous television shows and films, till date. In 2016, he played the role of Jacob Jake portman in the film Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and the next year, he will be featuring in the movie The Space Between Us.
Besides acting, Asa also enjoys music and has produced and released a mashup of the song 'Teenage Dirtbag', by Wheatus and 'Making Plans For Nigel' by XTC group in 2004. In addition, in late 2012, he designed video game app 'Racing Blind', along with his brother and father, which is available in i-store.