Home Alone star Devin Ratray was arrested on Wednesday after Oklahoma City Police Department confirmed to Fox News the 44-year-old actor “turned himself in and was bonded out” on the same day.
The actor, who played Buzz McCallister in the Home Alone franchise, was at a two-day event with his former girlfriend in early December when the alleged incident took place. We take a look at his net worth amid reports.
Home Alone’s Devin Ratray arrested
Devin Ratray was arrested on Wednesday (December 22nd) following an alleged altercation with his former girlfriend earlier this month.
As reported by Fox News, a representative from the Oklahoma City Police Department confirmed to the outlet the actor had “turned himself in and was processed through and bonded out”.
According to an affidavit obtained by TMZ, the alleged argument took place while Devin and his girlfriend were out for drinks following the actor’s appearance at the Oklahoma Pop Christmas Con, which was held on December 4th and 5th 2021.
In a statement from his attorney, Devin Ratray denied all allegations and was released from custody after a $25,000 bond was posted.
What is Devin Ratray’s net worth?
Celebrity Net Worth has estimated Devin Ratray has a net worth of $400,000 in 2021.
As per his IMDB, Ratray started acting as a child in TV series and movies before he gained huge popularity for playing Kevin McCallister’s older brother Buzz in Home Alone and Home Alone 2.
The actor, who was born on January 11th 1977, reprised his role in the sixth movie of the franchise, Home Sweet Home Alone (2021), in which he played a police officer.
Apart from acting, the 44-year-old is also a producer, writer and musician.
Actor’s career explored
After his appearance in the first two Home Alone films, Ratray landed several roles in TV series and movies.
He starred in 2004 rom-com The Prince and Me and appeared in an episode of Law & Order (2006). He later starred in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Ratray starred as Tinfoil Kevin/Tinfoil Kent in the Amazon Prime series The Tick from 2016 to 2019.
Most recently, he played Cole in 2013 comedy-drama Nebraska, Ben Gaffney in 2013 thriller Blue Ruin and had a minor role in 2019’s Hustlers.
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