|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Born:||October 9, 1976|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Actor|
Nick Swardson is an American actor, stand-up comedian, screenwriter, and producer from Minnesota.
He is best known for his recurring role as Terry Bernadino in the comedy series ‘Reno 911!’. He is also known for his work with Adam Sandler‘s Happy Madison Productions.
As of 2020, Nick Swardson’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million.
Nicholas Roger Swardson was born on the 9th of October, 1976, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Swardson is the son to parents Pamela and Roger Eric Swardson. He has two siblings—a sister Rachel and a brother John.
Swardson attended St. Paul Central High, where he developed an interest in acting as well as improv comedy. He used to be a very mischievous prankster in high school, for which he got expelled four times.
Swardson started his career as a standup comedian at the age of 18. He initially performed at comedy clubs and occasionally at the Balls Cabaret. Slowly, his popularity increased and he was selected to perform at the US Comedy Arts Festival.
In 2001, his standup act was featured in a special show ‘Comedy Central Presents’. In 2006, he appeared in the show for a second time. He played a supporting role in the 2003 film ‘Malibu’s Most Wanted’, which was directed by John Whitesell.
He appeared in several films over the next few years, such as ‘Blades of Glory’ (2007), ‘You Don’t Mess with the Zohan’ (2008) and ‘Bedtime Stories’ (2008).
In 2011, he co-wrote, co-produced, as well as played the lead role in the film ‘Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star’. It was directed by Tom Brady.
He also voiced one of the main characters in the 2014 animated series ‘Chozen’. It aired for only one season. He also did a voice role in the animated series ‘TripTank’, which aired from 2014 to 2016.
As of 2020, Nick Swardson’s net worth is roughly $5 million.
Here are some of the best highlights of Nick Swardson’s career:
- Just Go With It (Movie, 2011)
- 30 Minutes or Less, Movie, 2011)
- Jack & Jill (Movie, 2011)
- Grown Ups 2 (Movie, 2013)
Favorite Quotes from Nick Swardson
“It’s rare that I’ve read a script where I’m like, “Oh, my god, it’s hilarious!” All you want is a good skeleton and good characters. Then, you can go, “Okay, I can bring a lot to this. I can improvise and I can create something out of this.” – Nick Swardson
“I always write and create. I’m not creating. I’m always creating a show, every year, whether it gets picked up or not. I always sell a pilot or an idea. I like to be in control.” – Nick Swardson
“Once you realize you can make people laugh, it’s a superpower. When you’re really young, you don’t know how to use that power, so I would just say the meanest things I could to get a laugh. It was so awful. I would make fun of kids who didn’t deserve to get made fun of. I was just mean when I was really young. You don’t realize that you don’t have to be mean to be funny. But, it was something that I was just able to grow into.” – Nick Swardson
“I was always pretty good at adapting to my situations. My act was never that inside, where it was like, “Okay, they’re either going to get this or they’re not.” – Nick Swardson
“I was always pretty broad. I’ve had a couple of bad experiences. One time, I showed up late for a gig in Brooklyn at an Italian restaurant. I ran on stage, did my show, and then some guy in the audience threatened to kill me because he didn’t like my joke. Instead of talking to him, I just ran off stage. And then, because I was late, the owner of the restaurant threatened to kill me. And I was 19 years old and so scared that I almost started crying. But, I’ve done every gig you can imagine, in every state.” – Nick Swardson
3 Life Lessons from Nick Swardson
Now that you know all about Nick Swardson’s net worth, and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from him:
1. Steering Wheel
Life is like a steering wheel, it only takes one small move to change your entire direction.
2. Hold On and Let Go
Life is just a slide. Back and forth between loving and leaving, remembering and forgetting, holding on and letting go.
We create a meaningful life by what we accept as true and by what we create in the pursuit of truth, love, beauty, and adoration of nature.
Nick Swardson is an American actor known for his roles in films such as ‘Jack and Jill’ and ‘Hell and Back’.
Also a standup comedian, he created and starred in the sketch comedy show ‘Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time’. He is a screenwriter and a producer as well. Swardson developed an interest in acting and comedy during his school days.
As of 2020, Nick Swardson’s net worth is $5 million.