American child actor, August Maturo is best known for his breakthrough role as Auggie Matthews on the Disney Channel original series Girl Meets World. Besides, he started his professional acting career in a television film called Applebaum in the role of Issac.
August Maturo was born on August 28, 2007, in Ventura, CA under the birth sign of Virgo. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
He was raised by his parents Joe Maturo and Maha Maturo along with his younger brother Ocean Maturo and a sister, Michele Maturo.
Talking about August’s education, he is currently studying in grade 5 though he should be in grade 4, he had to repeat a year in kindergarten because he changed his school that year and later he skipped second grade.
The child actor, Maturo never involved any relationship in his entire life. He has not dated anyone until his lifetime. However, he has a best friend McKenna Grace. She stars on ABC’s Designated Survivor as the President’s young daughter, Penny.
Talking about the past relationships, it is believed that there is no any information about the past love affairs of August in which he was actively involved.
Currently, he is focusing his career so, he hadn’t time to engage with anyone. It seems like he was sharpening his skills and strength to make his all dreams come true. Also, he is too young to be in the relationship.
The 11-years-old actor’s net worth is estimated to be around $300 thousand, As of 2019. Maturo is just a little boy but he has earned for himself a whopping amount of money which most people can only dream of. Well, he makes impressive money from his acting career.
As per various sources, the average salary of an actor ranges around $50 – $100 per hour. He surely earns above the average range based on his experience.
August is also active on social media. As per a reliable source, he earns around $3,983.25 – $6,638.75 per sponsor post via Instagram.
August Maturo began his acting career from an early age. He first starred in the pilot of TV series, Applebaum. Then, he worked in dark comedy-drama, Weeds with Mary-Louise Parker, Hunter Parrish, and Justin Kirk.
In addition, he worked in numerous Nickelodeon’s series. His breakthrough came in 2014 in Disney Channel’s comedy TV series, Girl Meets World which helped him to become one of the youngest children ever to offer a Disney Channel’s series.