Victor Mohica Net Worth (2024): Height, Age At Death, Cause Of Death, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 7th, 2022

Victor Mohica was a renowned American actor who was famous for playing Native American roles in his movies. He was of Puerto Rican Descent. He made a great contribution to the Hollywood industry by acting in a significant number of projects from the early 1960s to the mid-1990. His fans still remember him even after his death.

Victor Mohica's Net Worth

As of 2024, Victor Mohica's net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million.

Net Worth$2.5 million
Famous NameVictor Mohica
Source(s) of FameActor
Date of BirthJuly 31, 1933
Place of BirthNew York, United States
Age At Death86
Date of DeathOctober 17, 2019
Cause of DeathUnknown Reasons
RelationshipsDivorced, Wanda Mojica, (1960 - 1993)

Early Life

Victor Mohica was born in the United States of America on the 31st of July, 1933. The information regarding his parents and siblings is missing from the Internet.

He has also never talked about his education. Since he was a prominent star in the 1900s, the information regarding his early life couldn’t get saved in the records.

Career Highlights

Victor Mohica made his acting debut in an action/ comedy film ‘The Boy Who Stole a Million’ in 1960. In 1963, he appeared in a TV series General Hospital. He played another role in Harbor Lights that year.

The other projects he has done include Days of Our Lives (1965), Operación Tiburón (1967), Dark Shadows (1969), NET Playhouse (1970), Bearcats (1971), Together (1971) as Vic Mohica, Banacek (1972), McCloud (1972), Hec Ramsey (1972), Emergency (1972-1973), Brock’s Last Case (1973), The Young and the Restless (1973), Showdown (1973), Faraday and Company (1973), The Streets of San Francisco (1973), Toma (1973), Little House on the Prairie (1974), The F.B.I. (1972-1974), Doc Elliot (1974), The Rookies (1974), The Abduction of Saint Anne (1975), Ellery Queen (1975), Johnny Firecloud (1975), The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1975), Cannon (1975), The Blue Knight (1976), Doctors’ Hospital (1976), How the West Was Won (1976), Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence (1976), Police Story (1976), Bert D’Angelo/Superstar (1976), Victory at Entebbe (1976), The Fantastic Journey (1977), The Incredible Hulk (1977), Loose Change (1978), Wonder Woman (1978), The Deerslayer (1978), Stunts Unlimited (1980), Barnaby Jones (1976-1980), Don’t Answer the Phone (1980), The Final Countdown (1980), This Is the Life (1980), California Gold Rush (1981), The Ghost Dance (1982), Hardcastle and McCormick (1983), The Fall Guy (1984), Whiz Kids (1984), and Riptide (1984).

From 1985 to 1993, he acted in Airwolf TV Series (1985), Code of Vengeance (1985), Hill Street Blues (1986), Blacke’s Magic (1986), Weekend War (1988), Murder, She Wrote (1988), 1st & Ten TV series (1988). Gabriel’s Fire (1990), The New Adam-12 (1990), Diplomatic Immunity (1991), Blackbelt (1992), and Blood In, Blood Out (1993).

Personal Life 

Victor Mohica got married to Wanda Mojica. Unfortunately, the duo decided to part ways and the marriage ended with a divorce.

The information regarding the dating history of Victor is missing from the Internet. It seems like he was a private person who wanted to keep everything to himself.

He has never even talked about his interests, hobbies, passion, etc.

Social Media

Victor Mohica was not active on social media. Maybe because he belonged to an era when the use of social media wasn’t that common.

Although he loved his fans, he always seemed unwilling to share his private life with media.


The reason for Victor Mohica’s death is unknown. However, his family and friends were with him when he died.


Victor Mohica was a renowned American celebrity. He has been a part of numerous movies, TV series, films, and projects so far. He deserves all the fame and recognition he got when he was alive. He garnered a net worth of $2.5 million before his death.

Victor Mohica has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Dacia Arcaraz, Annapurna, Win Metawin, Michael Cole, Howard McNear, Yoo Gun, Takami Yoshimoto, Rose Schlossberg, and Jack Bardoe.