Pedro Pascal Net Worth

How much is Pedro Pascal worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:April 2, 1975 (47 years old)
Pedro Pascal Net Worth:
$10 Million

Pedro Pascal Net Worth: Pedro Pascal is a Chilean-American actor who has a net worth of $10 million. He started his career with various guest roles on a number of television series during the 90s. As the years went by, Pedro eventually made his mainstream breakthrough in “Game of Thrones.” Further roles soon followed in series like “Narcos” before Pascal truly became a globally-recognizable figure after a starring role in “The Mandalorian.” The Disney+ series put Pascal on the map, and he is now known around the world as “Mando.”

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Career: Pedro started his career with a number of television roles during the 90s. He appeared in shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” during this period. During the 2000s, he appeared in shows like “The Good Wife,” “Homeland,” “The Mentalist,” and “Law & Order.” In 2013, Pascal started to gain more prominence with starring roles in shows like “Graceland” and “Game of Thrones.” In the HBO series, he played a character known as “The Red Viper.” In 2015, Pedro’s career took another step forward when he booked the role of a DEA agent in the Netflix series “Narcos.” That year, he also booked a notable film role in the vampire flick “Bloodsucking Bastards.” He finished off a successful year with a co-starring role in the music video for “Fire Meet Gasoline” alongside Heidi Klum.

Inspirational Quotes by Pedro Pascal

The acting training in school was great, but it was mostly fun being young and in New York. Because my upbringing was so transient, New York ended up being my home. I've been living in New York longer than I have anywhere else in my life.

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I hate karaoke. I don't want to sing karaoke, and I don't want to listen to people sing karaoke.

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I love mixing horror with comedy.

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The only thing that being killed off on 'Graceland' helped me with on 'Game of Thrones' is that it made me available to actually do the job.

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Being Latino and being an actor has been a unique struggle and opportunity. When you don't fit into what may be a more stereotypical vision of somebody whose name is Pedro is, it can be a little bit harder to navigate.

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