Leland Francis Fraser is known for being the youngest son of Canadian-American actor, Brendan Fraser and his ex-wife, Afton Smith. His father is known for working in The Mummy franchise and George of the Jungle.
Marriage and Divorce of Her Parents
Leland’s parents, Brendan and Afton walked down the aisle on September 27, 1998, at Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles. The couple first met on July 4, 1993, at a barbecue party hosted by actor, Winona Ryder and got into a relationship soon after. After dating for five years, they got married.
Unfortunately, they couldn’t remain together forever. They got divorced in April 2008. After their divorce, they got joint custody of their children. However, they reside mostly with their mom’s Connecticut home.
Elder Brother Diagnosed with Autism
Leland’s eldest brother, Griffin Arthur Fraser has autism. He was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum in his early years.
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.Brendan told his family gives extra love to his eldest child.
Kept Away from the Limelight
Despite being the son of Brendan Fraser, Leland Francis Fraser has been kept away from the media. His parents prefer the privacy of their kids’ life and haven’t posted anything about them on their socials.
Lives a Lavish Lifestyle
As the son of celebrity parents, it goes without saying Leland Francis Fraser is leading a luxurious lifestyle. His father, Brendan Fraser, holds an estimated $20 million net worth, while his mother, Afton Smith, supposedly holds $1 million.
When his parents separated, his dad paid his mom $50,000 as divorce alimony alongside $25,000 every month in child support. In March 2013, Brendan tried to reduce his alimony; however, the claim was rejected since the divorce terms stated that the reduction would be allowed only if his annual earnings were below $3 million.
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