Tim Baltz is an American stand-up comedian and actor. Although he may not be as famous as American comedian Carrot Top, however, with guest appearances in the famous comedy series like Veep and Parks and Recreation, he came in the highlights. Well, Baltz seems to be shy regarding his personal life and he is not reported to be in any kinds of relationship officially. As of 2018, Baltz's net worth is estimated to be a couple of hundred thousand dollars.
As of now, he is the member of The Second City Mainstage and performs regularly at the iO Theater. Curious about his house, cars, and income? Scroll down to know.
Tim Baltz's main source of income reportedly is his acting, which has earned him an estimated net worth of a couple of hundred thousand dollars. However, the precise net worth is under review.
Well, the on-screen boyfriend of Mary Sohn in The Second City, Tim Baltz's earnings from the famous series Veep is not disclosed. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of the famous cast member of the series, reportedly earns $250,000 per episode.
Tim Baltz in the TV series Veep
Also the actor and producer of Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ and Shrink, Baltz probably have earned a lot, but the detail of his total earnings is undisclosed.
Let us tell you a little about Shrink; it's about a medical student who has lost his residency and has over $50,000 in school debt. He discovers that he can become a clinical therapist if he performs 1,920 hours of supervised therapy, and he begins seeing patients for free in his parents' garage.
Have a look at Baltz's announcement and gratitude regarding Shrink in his tweet.
Well, talking about his cars and house, Tim Baltz has not opened up anything and no information about it has surfaced on the internet meanwhile. Hope it will be out soon and we promise to keep you updated with the information.
Let's take a look at his career progress.
Tim Baltz, born in Joliet, Illinois, is a graduate of Loyola University in Chicago and soon after his graduation, the American comedian put his hands in the acting career. In 2006, he joined The Second City Touring Company’s RedCo. where he wrote and perform in Sky’s the Limit (Weather Permitting) along with Brendan Jennings, Mary Sohn, Jessica Joy, Michael Lehrer, and Aidy Bryant.
For his incredible performance, Tim Baltz won the Jeff Award in 2011.
Batlz, who gave his impressive performance with his on-screen romance with Mary Sohn in The Second City, in 2009, joined Mainstage for the historic 100th Revue, Who Do We Think We Are?
Tim Baltz with his on-screen girlfriend Mary Sohn
Source: Chicago Theatre
The producer and actor of Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (2016) and Shrink (2017), also gave his guest performance in the famous comedy series Veep, which has been airing since 2012 and is reported to release its seventh and final season premiere this year.
Tim is credited with contributing his writing to Chicago Sketchfest and Chicago Just For Laughs Festival (2010, 2011). He won the Best Comedy Pilot and Critics Award at the New York Television Festival for his TV series Shrink.
Well, Baltz not only does comedy on stage or on-screen, his comedy vibes can be seen on his social media. Have a look at his Twitter video.
Move over NFL snowflakes, it's time for a football league for REAL Americans. It's time for the MAGAFL. pic.twitter.com/m14MF1L6EH— The Opposition (@TheOpposition) January 8, 2018
Really funny. kinda suits Tim to become a TV journalist. Haha!
Well, talking about journalism, Tim Baltz joined The Opposition with Jordan Klepper in 2017 as a Citizen Journalist. In an Interview with TV editor, Erik Adams, in 2017, Baltz decided to switch place with him and discovered that he was pretty good at that.
Have a look at the video.
Currently, Baltz also performs as a stand-up comedian at the iO Theater, making everyone laugh. Yeah, laughter is a good medicine.
We wish you best for further Tim, Love Ya!