Nate Torrence Net Worth

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Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: Dec 1, 1977 (42 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Nate Torrence Net Worth:
$4 Million

Nate Torrence net worth: Nate Torrence is an American actor who has a net worth of $3 million. Nate Torrence was born in Canton, Ohio in December 1977. He is best known for starring as Wade Bailey on the HBO television series Hello Ladies from 2013 to 2014. Torrence starred as Dylan Killington in the TV series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip from 2006 to 2007. In 2011 he starred as Roman Cohen in the series Mr. Sunshine. Torrence starred as Chuck on the television series Motorcity from 2012 to 2013. He has also had recurring roles in the TV series Super Fun Night, Weird Loners, and Star vs. the Forces of Evil (voice). Torrence has starred in the movies Get Smart, My Best Friend’s Girl, She’s Out of My League, and The Big Year. He has also appeared in episodes of the TV series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Malcolm in the Middle, House, Las Vegas, Ghost Whisperer, Reno 911!, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Millers, Royal pains, and Supernatural.

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Inspirational Quotes by Nate Torrence

I loved my start. I'm proud of my spots. I don't feel embarrassed by anything that I did... It definitely helped me more than hurt me.

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Even through 'Get Smart' or 'She's Out of My League,' I have yet to have that instant recognition and at such an early stage, where people totally didn't know my name, but they knew my face immediately.

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I specifically had my son wear a Browns jersey on the streets of Pittsburgh while we were there.

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I'd say specifically after 'Get Smart,' people now know me either as The Guy from 'Get Smart' or 'She's Out of My League.' When that came out on DVD, everyone was recognizing me from that.

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People weren't willing to bet on 'The Commercial Guy' when they were casting movies and television in the beginning, but I stuck around, and now it's slowly starting to pay off.

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