|Birth Name||Iake Eissinmann|
|Birth City||Houston, Texas|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Albert Able Eisenmann|
|Mother Name||Ruth Ann Gumney|
|Spouse||Tia Eisenmann (? - Present); Angela Mary Pollizze (1993 - 2010)|
|Date of Birth||July 21,1962|
Iake Eissinmann, best known as Ike Eisenmann, is an American former actor, voice actor, producer, director, and sound-effects specialist.
Before retiring from acting, Eisenmann appeared in Escape to Witch Mountain, Return from Witch Mountain, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and Race to Witch Mountain.
Ike Keith Eisenmann is currently 58 years old. He was born on July 21, 1962, in Houston, Texas, USA, to parents Ruth Ann Gumney and Albert Able Eisenmann.
His father Albert played the role of Cadet Don on an eponymous early morning children's television show from 1959 to 1968. Ike has a younger brother, Al Eisenmann (Albert Able Eisenmann, Junior).
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Eisenmann has a net worth of $800 thousand as of 2021. He started his career on TV shows in the early 1970s, receiving wide recognition with his portrayal of Tony, the brother of Kim Richards, in Walt Disney Productions' film Escape to Witch Mountain in 1975.
The 58-year-old also reprised his role in its sequel, Return from Witch Mountain in 1978. Moreover, Ike worked in the Green Giant commercials, voicing the Little Green Sprout during the 1970s and 1980.
Eisenmann appeared in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan playing the character of engineering cadet Peter Preston and starred in the NBC TV series The Fantastic Journey. Besides, he has appeared in numerous series including Little House on the Prairie, CHiPs, T. J. Hooker, The Jeffersons, Kung Fu, Wonder Woman, Mannix, and Gunsmoke.
Ike had several appearances on the ABC Afterschool Special and played Charlie Barry in the TV movies Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell and Eric Mangus in Terror Out of the Sk. Moreover, the 58-year-old starred in the made-for-television movie Dreams Don't Die.
Eisenmann married his first wife, Angela Mary Pollizze, in 1993. They tied the knot on August 5 of that year and remained together for over a decade before separating in 2010.
After retiring from his acting career at the age of 24, Ike served as a partner in the ADR group The LA Maddogs for 12 years. He now works as a writer and is happily remarried to his second wife, Tia Eisenmann.