Jason Segel Net Worth

How much is Jason Segel worth?

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:January 18, 1980 (41 years old)
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Gender:Male
Height:1.93 m, 6 ft 3 in
Profession:Actor, Composer, Film Producer, Musician, Screenwriter, Singer, Songwriter, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Jason Segel Net Worth:
$50 Million

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Actor Jason Segel has a networth that has to be considered very impressive.

Jason Segel Net Worth and Salary: Jason Segel is an American actor, author, and screenwriter who has a net worth of $50 million. Although Segel is perhaps best known for his role as Marshall Eriksen on the hit show How I Met Your Mother, he is heavily involved in the film and TV industry behind the scenes as a screenwriter. In addition, Segel frequently appears in a range of roles in various comedic films.

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Early Life: Jason Jordan Segel was born on January 18th of 1980 in Los Angeles. Raised in a Jewish family alongside two siblings in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood, Segel attended Hebrew school as a young boy. During his high school years, Jason Segel excelled at basketball due to his tall frame.

Inspirational Quotes by Jason Segel

I’ve just grown a little disappointed with ‘Muppets in the Old West’, ‘Muppets Under Water’ and all these weird concept movies. I just want to go take it back to the early 80’s, when it was about the Muppets trying to put on a show. That’s what I’m trying to bring back.

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One of the pitfalls of a romantic comedy is that you know how it’s going to end.

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My belief in God is that God wants you. God wants you to believe in him, or it, whatever you would call it.

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Funny enough, there have been puppets in everything I’ve written because I have a huge love of puppets. There’s a big puppet musical at the end of ‘Sarah Marshall.’ I wrote ‘The Muppets.’

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The movies that I love and model after, like ‘Annie Hall,’ ‘When Harry Met Sally,’ and in particular for me, ‘Broadcast News,’ are the tone of life, which isn’t a setup punch-line every two minutes.

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