Kevin Chevalia

Kevin Chevalia

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Updated On July 8, 2022

Kevin Chevalia is a very talented American actor. Kevin Chevalia is mostly popular for his character of Jamie Seaver in the 1993 adventure-comedy movie “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey” and also in its 1996 continuation, “Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco”.

Early Life and Childhood

The actor was born on 24th February 1986, in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. His age is 36 years old and his zodiac sign is Pisces. Likewise, Kevin holds an American nationality. He has been keeping his every single personal thing private from the public from the very beginning. So, it is very hard to tell about his parents, siblings, and also about his marriage.

Kevin Chevalia

Caption: Kevin Chevalia when he was young (Source: Fusion Movies)

Career and Professional Life

Kevin Chevalia was firstly present in the entertainment industry when he was just 6 years old. At that time, he did the role of Kevin Timothy in the comedy-drama “Folks!” in the year 1992. In the movie, he collaborated with other talented actors such as Don Ameche, Tom Selleck, and Anne Jackson. Similarly, he was then present in the adventure and comedy movie “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey” in the year 1993.

In the movie, his role was of Jamie Seaver and he had to work together with Kim Griest, Robert Hays, and also Veronica Lauren. After that, he was in the same movie’s continuation part whose title is “Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco” in the year 1996. This movie was also on the nomination list for the Kid’s Choice Awards and The stinkers Bad Movies Awards.

In addition, he then went on to star as Weasel in the documentary movie “Johnny Dodgeball” featuring Jessica Szohr, Kyle Tekiela, and Kevin Malnati. The director of the documentary movie was D.P. Carlson. Therefore, he was active in the industry from the year 1993 to the year 1996. As of now, he is no longer active in the entertainment industry. Also, there is no information about what he is doing right now and how he is.

Kevin Chevalia

Caption: Kevin Chevalia in the movie, Homeward Bound The Incredible Journey (Source:

Net Worth

The dashing actor, Kevin Chevalia has been earning a great amount of net worth from his professional acting career. His estimated net worth is around $1.9 million. He has been earning the money from the age is six. Moreover, it has been more than 2 decades that the actor is present in the acting industry. According to some sources, an average salary of an American actor is around $37,633 per annum. Adding more into it, the movie, “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey” where he was also working made a box office collection of $41,833,324 opposite the budget of $60,672.

Relationship Status

Talking about the actor’s relationship status, there is no clear information about his past as well as his present love life. Also, nobody has seen him getting close to any woman out of the film industry. Kevin has been very secretive about his every personal information. Also, the actor has not been in any type of scandal or rumors to this day. He has been keeping a good distance from every scandal and controversy that will trouble him.

Body Measurement and Social Media

The actor, Kevin Chevalier has a pair of dark brown eyes with brown hair. Furthermore, details regarding his body measurement, height, weight, etc. are still missing. However, it is for sure that he has a muscular body type with a fair complexion. Moreover, his smile is adorable, and it is also the reason for the attention he grabs from the audience. Therefore, he is a gentleman and has a dashing personality.

He has a Facebook account with a few friends but it is not confirmed if he uses it. Also, he does not seem to be active there as of now. The actor’s Facebook account was made in January 2006. Also, he has some fan pages as well which are created by his lovely fans. Apart from this, he is not active on other social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter. Hence, it is for sure that, he is not any kind of attention seeker.

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