Lita Lewis Net Worth

Lita Lewis was born on July 19, 1931 in Los Angeles, California, United States, is Fitness Instructor. Lita Lewis is a fitness expert and instructor, who has taken to social media, to make the world a healthier place. Being a certified PT & group fitness instructor, she has strategically channeled social media, to spread her ideas and messages regarding fitness. Lita Lewis offers both in-person training, and online programs, that aim to transform the health of the people, in the most positive way. Her motivational posts and photos have managed to attract a loyal and massive audience and fan base, which follow her every fitness move. Her Instagram channel, ‘FollowTheLita’, is the epitome of strength and determination. She is renowned for being the face behind the #ThickFit movement, and she propagates the message of maintaining inner and outer strength, through the power of positivity. Her Twitter channel, ‘FollowTheLita’, also enjoys a huge fan following. Lita stands for everything inspirational, especially through her ‘You Fit’ program, which helps one find their inner balance and accomplish their personal growth.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Fitness Instructor
Birth Day July 19, 1931
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Sign Leo

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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In the early 1940s, a group of young orphans and runaways called the Little Wise Guys encountered the superhero Daredevil while he was fighting a German-American cult. The four boys—Meatball, Jock, Scarecrow, and Peewee—soon became Daredevil's sidekicks. Later, Meatball was killed in action, and his place in the gang was soon taken over by a bald kid called Curly. When the four kids weren't helping Daredevil to battle crime, they were having rambunctious adventures of their own.


The four original Little Wise Guys first appeared in Daredevil Comics #13 (Oct. 1942) and became the sidekicks of the title character. The original lineup included Scarecrow, Pee Wee, Jock and Meatball. Two issues later, one of them—Meatball—was killed off, and in issue #16 Curly was added.


As superheroes declined in popularity, Daredevil's role was gradually reduced to introducing the Wise Guys at the beginning of their stories, and starting with issue #70 (January, 1951), he disappeared completely; the book was still called Daredevil Comics, but only the Little Wise Guys remained. The titular star briefly reappeared in issues #79 and 80, but that was the end of him.


Daredevil Comics ended with issue #134 (Sept. 1956), and the Little Wise Guys vanished along with it.


Decades later, an elderly Curly saw a television broadcast announcing that the superheroes who had mysteriously vanished years ago had now returned, and that 'Devil was among them. Curly knew the original Daredevil had died in 1987, and on his deathbed had given Curly one of his boomerangs. Determined to expose the fraud, Curly obtained a drug on the black market that returned him to peak physical condition, and donned a green and purple version of 'Devil's costume; calling himself The Dragon, he then sought out 'Devil and exposed the fraud.


Also in 2009, Curly was brought back in the Dynamite Entertainment miniseries The Death-Defying 'Devil as The Dragon.