Nick Offerman Net Worth
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Nick Offerman was born in Joliet, Illinois and has an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars. After graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Nick Offerman co-founded the Defiant Theatre Company in Chicago. He spent the next few years appearing on stage in Chicago, performing with the Steppenwolf and Goodman Theatre companies, among others. He won multiple theatre awards during his time in Chicago. He began his on-camera career with a role in the 1997 film, “Going All the Way”, and went on to appear in a string of guest starring and supporting roles on film and television for the next 20 years, in such projects as “ER”, “The West Wing”, “Will and Grace”, “The Practice”, “24”, “NYPD Blue”, “November”, “Deadwood”, “Monk”, “Miss Congeniality 2”, “Sin City”, and “Taking Chances”, and “All Good Things”. He also had a recurring role on “The George Lopez Show”. Currently he co-stars on the hit shows, “Children’s Hospital” and “Parks and Recreation”.
Nick Offerman Salary What is Nick Offerman’s salary per episode of Parks and Recreation? $30,000
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Inspirational Quotes by Nick Offerman
For years I drove a big Ford F250 pickup. That was my ride because two-thirds of my work was wood work, and I'm always driving up to Northern California, where I harvest salvaged trees.Nick Offerman
When I was in high school, I would perform every year in those plays and there was something I really loved about it. But I was completely unaware that you could sort of get into an acting career.Nick Offerman
I've had to learn and discipline myself that I'm much happier and much less depressed if I give myself a project. It's just that simple.Nick Offerman
I am a saxophone player.Nick Offerman
I'm enjoying the opportunity that 'Parks And Recreation' affords me to exploit my own soapbox agenda, which is to try to encourage people to make things with their hands.Nick Offerman