Travis Tedford: Bio

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By RobertBass

Texas-born child actor Travis Tedford, who is best known for his role in 1994’s film version of The Little Rascals as Spanky McFarland. He also appeared in The Final (2010) and Slappy and the Stinkers 1998.

Before Fame

When he was five years old, he became Welch’s child spokesperson and the face of its advertising campaign.


He attended Trinity Valley Community College. He moved to Texas after graduation and found work at Texas Trust Credit Union’s marketing department in Garland.

Family Life

He was the son of Timmy Bill Travis Tedford and Paula Kay Dixon.

Associated With

He was a guest star on Amanda Bynes’ Nickelodeon sketch comedy program The Amanda Show.

Travis Tedford was a Texas native, born in Rockwall on the 19th of August 1988. He is a former actor who rose to stardom as a child actor in “The Little Rascals”, (1994). Tedford won the Young Artist Award for his role as Spanky in that film. Tedford worked in an entertainment company from 1994 to 2010. He has since been working at a credit union.

What is Travis Tedford’s net worth? According to reliable sources, Tedford’s wealth could be as high as $500,000 according to data from the middle of 2017. Tedford’s modest fortune is mainly derived from television and films. However, Tedford has also made a lot of money through his work at the credit union.

Travis Tedford Net Worth $500,000

His parents, Paula Kay and Timmy Tedfords, raised the boy in Rockwall, Texas. Travis Tedford attended Athens High School and graduated from Trinity Valley Community College with an Associates degree in Liberal Arts.

His professional career began when he was the child actor who starred in “The Little Rascals”, a family comedy directed by Penelope Spheeris. Despite receiving mostly negative reviews, the film still made $67.3 million at box office and won the Travis Tedford The Young Artist Award. In retrospect, it was the most memorable role he played.

Travis Tedford was then cast as the main character in the adventure comedy film, “Slappy and the Stinkers”, (1998) by Barnet Kelly. He also voiced Ant Kids for the animated film, “A Bug’s Life”, (1998) which grossed an astounding $363.3 million at the Box Office. He was again seen in 1999 as a Newspaper Boy in “The Thirteenth Floor”, a crime thriller film by Josef Rusnak. From 1999 to 2002, he also appeared in “The Amanda Show”, a Nickelodeon channel comedy sketch and variety show. This greatly increased his net worth.

He portrayed Theo in “Freaky Friday”, a 2003 film based on Mary Rodgers’ novel. After a brief hiatus, he returned to acting in 2010, starring with Jascha Washington and Whitney Hoy in “The Final,” a horror film directed by Joey Stewart. This is Travis Tedford’s last acting role.

Travis Tedford is currently the market manager at a Texas credit union

The former actor does not disclose much about his private life. Tedford is most likely single. There are no rumours of romantic relationships.