Nick Swardson has a net worth of $5 million dollars.
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Nicholas Roger Swardson, a comedian, actor, and screenwriter, was born on October 9, 1976, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. He is best known for his own TV comedy series “Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time,” which aired in 2010 and 2011, and as an actor, Nick is best known for his role as Terry Bernadino in “Reno 911!” (2003-09). He’s also known for his “Happy Madison Productions” business partnership with Adam Sandler.
So, how wealthy is Nick Swardson? Nick’s net worth is reported to be over $5 million, with the majority of his earnings coming from his comedy programs, acting roles, and scripting.
Swardson, Nick $5 million in net worth
Nick began amassing his net worth when he was 16 years old, when he made his acting debut. He was forced to leave school and enter treatment because he was smoking marijuana at school and had more difficulties with alcohol and drugs. When Nick eventually graduated from high school, he opted not to attend college and instead focus on his profession as a comedian. Nick began performing at open mic nights at the Minneapolis comedy venue Acme Comedy Co. when he was 18 years old. Nick was awarded the title of “Funniest Person in the Twin Cities” at the event. Nick Swardson, who is now based in Minnesota, grew his fortune by performing in the comedy club “Knuckleheads,” and was even invited to play as a stand-up at the US Comedy Arts Festival at the age of 20.
Nick Swardson’s net worth began to rise at a higher rate after he relocated from Minnesota to New York. He performed in the Luna Lounge there before moving to Los Angeles to perform at nightclubs. Nick began his career as an actor in Los Angeles. In the 1990s, he appeared in “LateLine,” a situation comedy, and in the 2000 film “Almost Famous.”
Other notable TV appearances by Nick Swardson include “Spring Break Lawyer” (2001), “Comedy Central Presents” (2001, 2006), “Cheap Seats” (2004), and “Human Giant” (2007).
As a screenwriter, Nick rose to prominence in 2003 with the screenplay “Malibu’s Most Wanted,” which he co-wrote with Jamie Kennedy and Adam Small and contributed significantly to Nick Swardson’s net worth. “Calling Home” (2004), “The Benchwarmers” (2006), and “Seriously, Who Farted?” were also co-written by Swardson (2009).
Nick Swardson began his collaboration with Adam Sandler, a well-known American actor, in 2003. Not only did they become business partners, but they also became excellent friends. Swardson and Adam Sandler co-produced the TV program “Gay Robot” (2004). The screenplay for “Grandma’s Boy,” a 2006 American comedy film in which Nick also starred, was their next effort. Nick Swardson also starred in “30 Minutes Or Less” starring Jesse Eisenberg, Danny McBride, and Aziz Ansari, and co-produced “Bucky Larson: Born To Be a Star” (2011). The celebrity appeared in the animated film “Chozen” in 2014 as a voice actor. Nick Swardson’s personal life, which he maintains very secret, is hardly known.
|1||At The Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas. He’s recording a new Stand-up Comedy Special for Comedy Central. [April 2009]|
|2||filming Nana’s Boy. [April 2005]|
|3||Filming Benchwarmers. [May 2005]|
|4||He has Swedish, Scottish, Norwegian, and German ancestry. His surname originates in Sweden.|
|5||Hometown is Minneapolis, Minnesota.|