Al Ridenour Biography
Pasadena, California native Al Ridenour is an author, journalist, artist, and animator. He is best known for his works on "Into the Zone: The Story of the Cacophony Society", The Forbidden Dimension, and Pox. Ridenour holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. He holds a BA degree in German and English Literature.
Al Ridenour worked as a journalist, animator, author, and artist. However, he rose to fame after his great work in the movie “Into the Zone: The Story of the Cacophony Society”, which was directed by Jon Alloway. His other notable credit includes Pix and The Forbidden Dimensions.
Apart from acting, Ridenour is a co-founder of Krampus Los Angeles, which is a firm that’s made the city ground zero for American Krampusian. He has a good name and fame in the writing field as well.
His first book, “Offbeat Food: Adventure In An Omnivorous World” was released in 2000 by Santa Monica Press. And his second book “The Krampus” was released 2016.
Accounting his personal life, Ridenour was married to his wife Margarate Cho; an American stand-up comedian and actress. However, the couple separated after 11 years. As per our record, Ridenour might be single, as there is no rumors and news regarding his new affair or girlfriends.
Talking about his monetary aspects, actor Al Ridenour's main sources of income is movies and apart from that, numbers of income source. But he has not revealed his exact figure of net worth to the public and is under review. However, his ex-wife has a net worth of $3 million.
Born In United States OF America.
Al Ridenour was born on 6th of March in 1961 to his parents in Loa Angeles, California, the United States of America. His birth sign is Pisces and He is of white ethnic background.Edit
In this year, Al Ridenour married his girlfriend Margaret Cho. However, the couple now divorced and started living separately. And they never mentioned the reason behind their separation.Edit
Rose to Prominence
Al Ridenour came to the lime light after his appearance in the movie, “Into the Zone: The Story of the Cacophony Society". The movie was directed by Jon Alloway.Edit