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Casey Kasem Net Worth

Casey Kasem Net WorthCasey Kasem Net Worth: Casey Kasem is a voice actor, disc jockey, actor, radio personality, music historian, film producer. Casey Kasem was born 27-Apr-32 in Detroit, MI and died Jun 15, 2014. According to Forbes, Casey Kasem Net Worth is $80 Million. Famed voice actor and disc jockey of American Top 40. He provided the voice of Shaggy in the animated Saturday morning cartoon Scooby-Doo. He retired from playing Shaggy after 40 years, but made a cameo as Shaggy’s father in 2010. He served in the United States Army in Korea. He is a famous voice actor much like Harry Shearer.

Casey Kasem Net Worth is $80 Million

First Name Casey
Last Name Kasem
Another Name Kemal Amin Kasem
Age 82 (age at death) years
Date of Birth 27th April, 1932
Place of Birth Detroit, Michigan, USA
Died 15th June, 2014
Place of Death Gig Harbor, Washington, USA
Cause of Death Dementia
Height 5′ 6″ (168 cm)
Build Slim
Eye Brown – Dark
Hair Brown – Dark
Star Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Religion Muslim
Ethnicity Middle Eastern
Nationality American
School Northwestern School, Detroit, Michigan, United States
University Speech Education, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, United States
Profession Disc Jockey, Music Historian, Radio Personality And Actor.
Profession Actor
Claim to Fame Host Of The Nationally Syndicated Top 40 Countdown Show American Top 40 And For Voicing Shaggy In The Saturday Morning Cartoon Franchise Scooby-Doo.
Year(s) Active 1954–2013, 1954–2009
Talent Agency Kazarian/Spencer/Ruskin & Associates, Inc.
Brand Endorsement TV commercial for Intel MMX (voice) (1997), TV commercial for Teledyne Water Pick Flexible Shower Massage (voice) (1997), TV commercial for St. Joseph’s Children’s Aspirin. (2004), Voiceover for a TV commercial for Ken-L Ration Burger dog food (1973), Voiceover for a TV commercial for Soft & Dry deodorant (1973), (1978) TV commercial for Red Lobster restaurants – Voiceover (United States)
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