Alan Tudyk Net Worth

How much is Alan Tudyk worth?

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:March 16, 1971 (50 years old)
Height:1.83 m, 6 ft
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Alan Tudyk Net Worth:
$2 Million

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Alan Tudyk net worth: Alan Tudyk is an American actor and voice artist who has a net worth of $2 million. He is best known for his role on the ABC sitcom, Suburgatory and as Hoban “Wash” Washburne in the space western television series, Firefly. He also played the role of Wat in A Knight’s Tale and had a starring role in the film 42 as Ben Chapman. He has voiced Disney animated films like Wreck-It-Ralph where he played King Candy, and more recently voiced The Duke of Weselton in the hit movie Frozen. He was born on March 16, 1971 in El Paso, Texas and was raised in Plano, Texas. Tudyk studied drama at the Methodist-affiliated Lon Morris Junior College in Jacksonville, Texas and won the Academic Excellence Award for drama. He entered Juilliard after leaving college, but left in 1996 before earning his degree. As his career started out, he appeared in a number of smaller stage productions, and had a small role in the movie Patch Adams before landing his first Broadway role in 1999 with Epic Proportions. From there, his acting began to really take off and he has achieved a lucrative, well-rounded, and successful career for over a decade. Tudyk currently lives in New York City but also has a place in Los Angeles, California.

Inspirational Quotes by Alan Tudyk

We need a guy who plays dodge ball and thinks he’s a pirate – get me Alan Tudyk on the phone!’ Those are the jobs I do.

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I never made it on ‘Castle.’ I tried a few times, so I don’t know, but it never worked out.

Alan Tudyk

If you’ve gone to a sci-fi convention, you’ve only seen half of it. ‘Con Man’ delivers what convention ‘all-access’ passes have only promised in the past.

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I had a role in ‘DodgeBall,’ where I played a pirate who played dodge ball. I’d say 80 to 90 percent of my lines were ‘Garrr’ or ‘Arghh.’ And it was all about what the quality of your ‘Grr-arr’ was.

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I think I once went three or four years without doing a play, and I almost lost my mind, then I came back and did ‘Spamalot.’

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