Born on August 27, 1952, in Peekskill, New York, Paul Reubens is an actor best known for his Pee-wee Herman character. He has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
One of his highest grossing films is Batman Returns which was directed by Tim Burton. The movie was made in a budget of $80 million and it had a box office collection of $266 million.
Starting up his career as a comedian, Paul has appeared in numerous hit movies. Let's learn more about his salary & net worth throughout his career.
Paul Reubens, who had interest in acting since his childhood, was raised watching Ringling Brothers and Barnun and Bailey Circus.
Following his studies in drama from California Institute in Arts in '70s, Paul started his group, The Groundlings, where he invented a character Pee-wee based an act of a small boy.
In 1981, HBO plays Reubens live shows where his Pee Wee character got a place and rose to fame in 1985. In the same year, he starred in Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. It was his one of the biggest hit movies and the film had a box office collection of $40.9 million.
His name and his act were loved and praised by everyone and thus, CBS signed him on his children’s program Pee-Wee’s Play in 1986. The program was made on the budget of $325,000 per episode.
Following the great success of Pee Wee’s Big adventure, Hollywood Paramount Pictures sign him for Big Top Pee Wee. He was offered $15 million to work on it.
He has since appeared in many other movies and television series such as The Blues Brother, Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie, Pandemonium, Pee Wee’s Adventure, Flight of the Navigator, Everybody Loves Raymond, Penn Zero: Time and Mosaic.
As we mentioned earlier, Paul Reubens earns a decent amount of money from his career and has collected an estimated net worth of $5 million.
He has a vintage blue car but details about his house have not been disclosed. However, his character Pee-wee lived in this South Pasadena home for his movie Pee-wee's Big Adventure in 1985. The house is located at 1846 Oxley St, South Pasadena.