Jason Mantzoukas Net Worth

How much is Jason Mantzoukas worth?

Net Worth:$3 Million
Date of Birth:December 18, 1972 (51 years old)
Height:1.78 m, 5 ft 10 in
Profession:Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Television producer
Jason Mantzoukas Net Worth:
$3 Million

Jason Mantzoukas Net Worth and Salary: Jason Mantzoukas is an American writer, actor, producer, and comedian who has a net worth of $3 million. Mantzoukas is probably best known for playing Rafi on the FX series “The League” (2010–2015), and he has had recurring roles on several series created by Michael Schur, playing Dennis Feinstein on “Parks and Recreation” (2011–2015), Adrian Pimento on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (2016–2020), and Derek Hofstetler on “The Good Place” (2017–2020).

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Career: Jason started writing comedy sketches for variety shows in high school, and in college, he was a member of the improv comedy group Otter Nonsense Players, which also included Jessica St. Clair, Rodney Rothman, and Dan O’Brien. He moved to New York City in 1998 and began performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, where he learned from his future “Parks and Recreation”/”Baby Mama”/”The House” co-star Amy Poehler and joined the improv team Mother. He formed the comedy duo The Mantzoukas Brothers with comedian Ed Herbstman, and “Time Out New York” named them “Best Improv Duo” in 2006. Jason and Jessica St. Clair often wrote and performed together, appearing in the improv show “First Date” and the sketch show “We Used to Go Out.” Mantzoukas later taught advanced improv classes at UCB, and he appeared on Comedy Central’s “Upright Citizens Brigade” series in 2000. He made his film debut in 2004’s “Terrorists,” then he appeared in the movies “American Loser” (2007), “Baby Mama” (2008), “I Hate Valentine’s Day” (2009), and “Splinterheads” (2009), guest-starred on “Human Giant” (2007), and did voice acting on “Squidbillies” (2008) and “The Life & Times of Tim” (2010–2012).

Personal Life

Personal Life: Jason dated actress Connie Britton in 2009; the two co-starred as husband and wife in the film “Conception,” which was released in 2011. Mantzoukas has lived with an egg allergy since birth and will suffer from anaphylaxis if he ingests them. While filming “The League” in Las Vegas, he ended up in the hospital after eating granola from Starbucks that, unbeknownst to him, had egg whites in it. Jason said of the experience, “It really did alter how I do things. I started controlling more and more how and where I got my food — when I’m on a job specifically. I really try to limit whatever I’m eating so there are more checks and balances so I don’t get burned. It’s become enough of a headache that I need to be more vigilant and in control when I’m working.”

Inspirational Quotes by Jason Mantzoukas

When I was a child, I was referred to as the Danny Kaye of the family, because I was always impersonating and mimicking people. I was a song and dance man.

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I was funny in a way that was not dissing the teacher; I was funny just to be funny. A real charmer with a prominent mustache that he didn't know what to do with and a smart-alecky attitude.

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Maybe it's just my improv and sketch background, but I'm a lot more comfortable in a group. I like sharing focus and populating an ensemble.

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Looking the way I look, whenever anybody's looking for a light brown funny guy, I get the call... I'm 100 percent Greek, but I look like I could be Indian or Middle Eastern or Hispanic. If it's ethnic, they'll try and put me in it.

Jason Mantzoukas

At a certain point, I had to be like, 'I will not do any more auditions with a Middle Eastern accent.'

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