What Is Nick Swardson’s Net Worth?
Nick Swardson is an American actor, comic, screenwriter, and producer who has a net worth of $5 million. Swardson launched the comedy album “Celebration” in 2007, adopted by the album/Comedy Central particular “Critically, Who Farted?” in 2009. He launched one other Comedy Central particular, “Style It,” in 2015, and the community gave him his personal present, “Nick Swardson’s Fake Time,” in 2010.
Swardson had a recurring position as Terry Bernadino on “Reno 911!” (2003–2009), and he has greater than 70 performing credit to his identify, together with “Malibu’s Most Wished” (2003), “Grandma’s Boy” (2006), “Blades of Glory” (2007), “Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star” (2011), and “30 Minutes or Much less” (2011). Swardson has additionally appeared in a number of Adam Sandler films, and he produced “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry” (2007), “The Ridiculous 6” (2015), “The Do-Over” (2016), and “Sandy Wexler” (2017).
Nick is credited as a author on “Malibu’s Most Wished,” “Grandma’s Boy,” “Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star,” and “Fake Time” in addition to “The Benchwarmers” (2006) and “Homosexual Robotic” (2006). He created the Comedy Central sequence “Typical Rick” (2016–2017), which he additionally wrote, produced, and starred in. In 2016, Swardson and his “Hell and Again” co-stars earned a Behind the Voice Actors Award nomination for Finest Vocal Ensemble in a Characteristic Movie.
Nick Swardson was born Nicholas Roger Swardson on October 9, 1976, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His mother and father, Pamela and Roger, divorced in 1989, and Roger, who handed away in 2003, was a journalist and editor who based the Saint Paul group newspaper the “Grand Gazette.” Nick has an older sister named Rachel and an older brother named John, and he attended St. Paul Central Excessive. Swardson instructed “Collider” of his highschool years, “I obtained hooked on medicine after I was 15 and obtained expelled from highschool 4 occasions, and I needed to go to court-ordered rehab after I was 16. I wasn’t a silly child, so that they let me again into the college, however my grades had been so dangerous. I wanted to get an A, so I took theater…We wrote a play and carried out it in entrance of our faculty. It was a troublesome faculty. All the opposite performs had been getting booed. And we did our play, and I performed this character that was tremendous wacky and massive, and it simply destroyed.” Nick graduated from highschool in 1996 and commenced acting at open mic nights at Acme Comedy Co. in Minneapolis.
Swardson’s first open mic evening went effectively, and the membership proprietor requested him to return again and finally made him the home M.C. Nick gained the membership’s “Funniest Individual within the Twin Cities” award, and he was additionally an everyday performer at Knuckleheads within the Mall of America. When he was 20, Swardson was chosen to carry out on the U.S. Comedy Arts Competition. Nick finally left Minnesota for New York Metropolis, then Los Angeles, and he started performing in commercials. He appeared on Comedy Central’s “Premium Mix” in 1998, adopted by a guest-starring position on “LateLine” in 1999. Swardson made his massive display debut in 2000, taking part in Insane Bowie Fan within the critically-acclaimed movie “Nearly Well-known,” and in 2001, he appeared in “Fairly When You Cry” alongside Jamie Kennedy and obtained his personal “Comedy Central Presents” particular. Nick appeared in 17 episodes of “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment” in 2002, and he teamed up with Kennedy once more for 2003’s “Malibu’s Most Wished,” which he co-wrote and starred in. That 12 months he additionally started taking part in Terry Bernadino on the Comedy Central sequence “Reno 911!,” and he went on to seem in 28 episodes of the present in addition to the 2007 movie “Reno 911!: Miami.”
In 2006, Swardson appeared within the movies “Grandma’s Boy,” “Artwork Faculty Confidential,” and “The Benchwarmers,” and he co-starred with Adam Sandler for the primary time in “Click on.” Nick has appeared in quite a few Adam Sandler movies, together with “Bedtime Tales” (2008), “Simply Go along with It” (2011), and “Grown Ups 2” (2013), and from 2016 to 2017, he was a part of the “Netflix Presents Right here Comes The Humorous Tour,” which included Sandler, Norm Macdonald, David Spade, Tim Meadows, and Rob Schneider. In 2007, Swardson co-starred with Will Ferrell, Jon Heder, Will Arnett, and Amy Poehler in “Blades of Glory” and appeared in “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” with Sandler and Kevin James. The next 12 months, he appeared in “You Do not Mess with the Zohan” and “The Home Bunny,” and he lent his voice to the animated Disney movie “Bolt.” From 2010 to 2011, Nick starred on “Nick Swardson’s Fake Time,” which he additionally wrote and government produced. He starred in, co-wrote, and co-produced 2011’s “Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star,” and he additionally appeared in “30 Minutes or Much less” and “Jack and Jill” that 12 months.
Swardson appeared in 2012’s “That is My Boy” and 2013’s “A Haunted Home,” and in 2014, he voiced Troy on the FX animated sequence “Chozen” and guest-starred on “Portlandia.” In 2015, he had an uncredited position in “Pixels,” appeared in “The Ridiculous 6,” guest-starred on “The Goldbergs,” and did voice performing within the movies “Resort Transylvania 2” and “Hell and Again.” From 2015 to 2019, Nick voiced Sensei Brantley in 10 episodes of the Disney XD/Disney Channel sequence “Star vs. the Forces of Evil,” and in 2016, he co-starred with Adam Sandler and David Spade within the Netflix movie “The Do-Over.” Swardson reunited with Sandler once more in 2017’s “Sandy Wexler,” and he teamed again up with Spade in 2020’s “The Incorrect Missy.” Nick has additionally appeared within the movies “Buddy Video games” (2019), “Airplane Mode” (2019), and “Deported” (2020), and he voiced Scott on the Netflix sequence “Hoops” in 2020.
Nick is a fan of the Minnesota Vikings soccer group, and he has his hometown’s space code, 612, tattooed on his wrist. In 2017, Swardson spoke to “Vulture” about getting wholesome, stating, “I stop consuming dairy eight years in the past. I mainly reduce out sugar too. I am going to eat darkish chocolate, however I do not drink soda or have any desserts that are not dairy or gluten free. I eat fairly wholesome.” Within the fall of 2019, Nick was hospitalized for practically three weeks in Denver for alcohol poisoning and pneumonia. In a December 2019 interview with the “StarTribune,” he mentioned of the expertise, “My physique simply shut down. That is after I realized, ‘Oh, you are not a superhero.'” In a Might 2020 “Display Rant” interview, Swardson revealed that he hadn’t had alcohol in eight months.