Holden Fletcher Fraser is the son of Canadian-American celebrity ex-couple, Brendan Fraser and Afton Smith.
Holden was born on August 16, 2004, in the United States.
Has Two Siblings
Holden Fletcher Fraser has two siblings: one elder and one younger. His elder brother is Griffin Arthur Fraser who was born on September 17, 2002, and his younger brother is Leland Francis Fraser who was born on May 2, 2006.
His elder brother, Griffin has Autism Spectrum. While talking with GQ Magazine, Brendan revealed his son’s diagnosis.
Griffin’s rated on the autism spectrum. Um, and so he needs extra love in the world, and he gets it. And his brothers ever since they were small, one was always the spokesperson and the other was the enforcer.
Parents’ Unsuccessful Marriage
Holden Fletcher Fraser’s parents, Brendan Fraser and Afton Smith first met at a barbecue party hosted by actor, Winona Ryder on July 4, 1993. Soon after their first meeting, they started dating.
They shared their vows on September 27, 1998, at the Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles after five years of relationship. However, after 10 years of marriage, they decided to separate and parted ways in April 2008.
Custody of Holden and His Siblings After Their Parent’s Divorce
Though Brendan Fraser and Afton Smith got shared custody of their children, the kids mostly resided with their mother in Connecticut.
Following their divorce, his father, Brendan was ordered to pay $50,000 in alimony and $25,000 in child support every month. In March 2013, Brendan attempted to reduce his alimony by claiming that he earned $118,000 a month and spent $205,000 a month.
His case, however, was rejected since the divorce terms would have allowed him to reduce alimony only if his annual earnings were below $3 million, which wasn’t the case at the time.
As of now, Brendan holds an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Standing Ovation for The Whale
Brendan Fraser’s comeback movie, The Whale is set to release on December 9, 2022, but it was screened at the Venice Film Festival on September 4, 2022. The screening received a huge six-minute standing ovation at the film festival. The Whale comes as Fraser’s first leading role since 2013.
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