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William Zabka Net Worth:

William Zabka Net Worth:

William Zabka Net Worth:

On August 4, 2017, it was announced that Zabka would reprise his role as Johnny Lawrence in a 10-episode Karate Kid revival series for YouTube Premium titled Cobra Kai that debuted in 2018. He also co-executive produces the series with Ralph Macchio. The series is set 34 years after the events of the first film, and revolves around a down and out Johnny who, seeking to rebuild his life, reopens the Cobra Kai dojo. It reignites his rivalry with a now-successful Daniel LaRusso (Macchio), who has been struggling to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his now-deceased mentor, Mr. Miyagi. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

William began acting in his late teens. His first official credit was on the television series "The Greatest American Hero". A year later William landed the role that would give him lifetime fame – that of Johnny Lawrence, the high school bully who menaces Ralph Macchio's character in "The Karate Kid". According to legend, William won the role after Ralph Macchio told producers he "scared the shit of me" during the audition. He had no previous experience with Karate but was a high school wrestler. (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)

William Zabka stepped into this world on 20 October 1965, in New York City of USA. His mother, Nancy Zabka, was a Production Assistant, Producer and Business Liaison, while his father, Stan Zabka, was a Composer, writer, and director. He has two siblings- a brother named Guy Zabka and a sister named Judy Zabka. ‘The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson’, which was an American late-night talk show, had Zabka’s father as its assistant director during the first two years of the host- Carson’s tenure. Apart from that, his dad also worked as a production manager on many films, including ‘Forced Vengeance’, a film by Chuck Norris. (Source: mddailyrecord.com)

www.idolnetworth.com)In 2007, Zabka directed and starred in a music video for the band No More Kings entitled "Sweep the Leg". The video stars Zabka as a caricature of himself, living in a trailer in the desert and obsessed with his role in The Karate Kid. The video includes cameos by several of the original Karate Kid cast members, including Martin Kove and Ralph Macchio. In 2010, Zabka directed Rascal Flatts in their music video for the song "Why Wait". That same year, Zabka made a cameo appearance in the film Hot Tub Time Machine. In 2013, Zabka, along with Macchio, guest starred in the season 8 episode of How I Met Your Mother, "The Bro Mitzvah". Zabka also appeared in several episodes of the show's ninth season. Zabka also directed commercials for clients including Little Tikes and Verizon at Heresy in Venice, California. (Source:

1965 births Living people Male actors from New York City American male film actors American film producers American male screenwriters American male television actors American people of Czech descent American tang soo do practitioners (Source: www.idolnetworth.com)

 

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