Major Curda is a well-known American actor who is popularly known for his roles in “Riverdale”, “Atypical” and “Godlike”, has been seen working actively in his career since the year 2010.

Quick Info
Full NameMajor Curda
Date of Birth12 July, 1999
Birth PlaceFlorida
ParentsFather: Stephen K. Curda
Mother: Leslie Curda
ProfessionActor and director
Age21 years
Height5 feet 9 inches
EthnicityAsian and English
Body Measurement
Net Worth$5 million

Where was Major born and raised?

Major was born on 12 July 1999 in Florida as a son of his father, Stephen K. Curda, and mother, Leslie Curda. He has four siblings whose names are Riley Chai, Piper Curda, Glory Curda, and Saylor Curda. Curda holds an American nationality, belongs to the mixed ethnicity of Asian and English families, and his zodiac sign is Cancer.

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How did Curda start his career?

Major Curda started his acting career after he had been cast as Chowder in the TV series “Chowder” in 2010.


He was also seen appearing as Michael in the movie “Last Kung Fu Monk”. After that, in 2011, he was seen playing the role of Thai Kid in the TV series “The Young and the Restless”.

Likewise, Major Curda was cast in several movies including “White Frog”, “Rule the Mix”, “Tina for President”, “What I Did Last Summer”, “Children’s Hospital” and “Billie Speare”. After that, in 2015, he was seen reprising his role of Kevin in the short movie “Class Act”. Later, he was also seen as Timmy in the movie “The Sound of Magic”.


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Video Games

He was seen providing his voice-over video game “Kinect Disneyland Adventures”. Besides this, he was also cast as a voice actor where he was seen providing his voice on the video game “Kinect Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure”.

Tv Shows

He also got the role of Toby in the TV series “Private Practice” in 2011. In 2012, he played the role of Patrick in the TV miniseries “Home Is Where the Hans Are” and in that year, he was also cast as Samuel in the TV miniseries “Home Is Where the Hans Are”. 

In 2013, he made his appearance as Leland in the TV series “Melissa & Joey” and was also seen as Oliver in the short movie “Save the Date”. In 2014, he was seen as Joffrey in the TV series “Playing House”. Likewise, Major Curda got the role of Lionel in the TV series “The Thundermans” in 2014 and was also cast as Kevin in the short movie “Back-Up Beep Beep System”.

In 2016, he was seen appearing as Perry in the TV series “Game Shakers” and also seen appearing as Jake in the TV short movie “NU Skool Records”. Furthermore, he was playing the role of Alex in the short movie “Godlike” and also cast as Yeo-Jin in the TV miniseries “Joy” in the same year.

Likewise, in 2018, he was seen playing the role in the TV series “Some Skits ‘N’ Some Guys”. From the year 2017 to 2018, he was cast as Arlo in the TV series “Atypical” alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh. In 2018, he also got the role of Control Room Technician in the short movie “Monster Challenge”. Later, he made his appearance as Dilton Doiley in the TV series “Riverdale” from 2017 to 2018. Further, in 2020, he appeared as Party Host in the short video “Ensnare”. 

Besides this, Major Curda was also seen appearing in TV series like “What Parents Don’t Know” and “The Joey & Else Show”.

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Major Curda was also seen directing the TV series “Some Skits ‘N’ some Guys in 2018.



In his career, he became able to have honored with the Child Actor Recognition Award.


Social Media

Major Curda is active on Instagram with the tag name (“@majorlymajor”) where he has 9296 followers and has posted 163 posts. Likewise, he also has a Twitter account with the tag name (“@MajorCurda”) where he has 1254 followers.

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Net Worth

Major Curda is a young, active, and talented actor who has been seen appearing on several movies and series in his career has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million.


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