Nick Kroll‘s net worth is $10 million. He has managed to amass such wealth form his career as actor, comedian, producer, and writer.
Nick Kroll was born in New York State and raised in Rye, New York. He is the son of Jules Kroll, the founder of Kroll Inc. and Lynn Kroll. He was previously dating actress Amy Poehler.
As stated earlier Nick Kroll’s net worth is $10 million. He is an American actor and comedian from which he has managed to amass such wealth throughout his career. Furthermore, he is a writer and producer.
Nick Kroll made his acting debut through TV series in Upright Citizens Brigade in 1998. However, he made the most significant breakout in 2004 after playing the role of Juror in Things I Hate About You. After that, he appeared in several TV series such as Samurai Love God, I Love The ’30s and others.
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Nick Kroll’s fame and stardom rose after playing the role of Nick Hedge in Caveman. On the long list, some of his notable TV series include:
Well, Nick Kroll’s salary per episode must have been grand.
Alongside that, Nick Kroll is also a movie actor and has worked in various movies. He made his acting debut through a short movie The Negotiating Table. After that, he appeared in various movies such as I Love You Man, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, My Blind Brother, Operation Finale and many more.
Nick has also lent his voice in many animated movies including Sausage Party, Sing, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, and The Secret Life of Pets 2.
According to Box Office Mojo, the movie The Secret Life of Pets 2 earned a tremendous amount of $333.47 million box office collection worldwide. And Nick must have gotten his fair share of the money.
Apart from acting, Nick Kroll is also a writer and has worked in several TV shows and movie as a writer including Big Mouth, Olympic Dreams, Kroll Show, Chappelle’s Show, and many more.
Nick Kroll has also amassed a lot from his profession as an actor and writer. Picture Source: Getty Images.
Nick Kroll also has worked as a producer in various movie and TV series including Olympic Dreams, Big Mouth, Oh, Hello on Broadway, Ugly Americans and many more.
Looks like Nick has got his hands full with different works and it surely drags in some cash. And on top of that Nick is good at what he does.