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'Parks and Recreation' Cast Hollywood Personality Nick Offerman's Net Worth and Earning He has Achieved From his Profession

Blueprince Thu Aug, 2018
'Parks and Recreation' Cast Hollywood Personality Nick Offerman's Net Worth and Earning He has Achieved From his Profession

If anyone claims to be a sitcom fan, then they would immediately recognize the face of Nick Offerman, who plays the role of Ron Swanson for the NBC's Parks and Recreation, for which the Hollywood personality has also won the Television Critics Association Award for comedy.

Besides being an actor, Nick is also a writer and a carpenter by profession, who has appeared in many minor roles for big screen movies and is earning quite well from them. So what net worth has he achieved till now?

Nick Offerman's Net Worth: $4 million

As of 2018, Nick has accumulated an estimated net worth of $4 million. He is said to receive a salary of $30,000 per episode for his sitcom Parks and Recreation.


In 2012, the actor along with his wife Megan Mullally purchased a house in Bel Air, Los Angeles, California. The house was 5,168 square feet huge, and had four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and was brought in the market value of $4,150,000.

CAPTION: Nick's house at Bel Air
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They also previously owned a home in  Bird Streets of the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California which they put for sale with a $12,650,000 price tag. The house was 3,803 square feet big and had three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The property was sold at a price of $9,970,000.

Nick Offerman's Profession

Nick received a bachelor degree in Fine Arts from the University of Illinois in 1993 and the same year; he co-founded the Defiant Theatre, a Chicago based theatre company.

During mid-90s Nick worked in many theatre companies such as Steppenwolf, Goodman, and Wisdom Bridge where he worked as a fight choreographer and as a master carpenter.

Parks and Recreation

The producers of The Office, Michael Schur, and Greg Daniels offered Nick a role in their 2009 sitcom Parks and Recreation. In the series, he was to portray the role of Ron Swanson, a straightfaced,government-hating individual who is also the boss of Leslie Knope, a character played by Amy Poehler.

His character has developed a cult following and is considered the Breakout character of the sitcom and has received several nominations for the role and won the TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy.


He then got the role of a plumber on Will & Grace and appeared on its Thanksgiving episode. He has also played minor roles in The Kings of Queens, The West Wing, and has also appeared on the three episodes of 24 and twice for Gilmore Girls.

He has also appeared in many films like November(2004), Sin City(2005), Cursed(2005), Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005), and The Kings of Summer(2013). He also appeared in the comedy movie 21 Jump Street as Deputy Chief Hardy and reprised the role for its sequel 22 Jump Street. 

CAPTION: Deputy Chief Hardy
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He also produced and starred in an independent film in 2012 named Somebody Up There Likes Me. He has also worked alongside stars like Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston for the movie.,We're the Millers. He portrayed the role of the first founder of McDonald's, Dick McDonald in the 2016 film The Founder.


Besides acting he is also a professional craftsman and a boat builder. In 2008 he released his instructional DVD titled Fine Woodstrip Canoe Building with Nick Offerman. He makes furniture and other wooden structures such as canoes and boats at the woodshop he owns.


Nick has also released three semi-autobiographical publications till now. Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living was published in 2013. His second book was the Gumption: Relighting the Torch of Freedom with America's Gutsiest Troublemakers, which was released on May 26, 2015.

CAPTION: Nick's book
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It wasn't until October 18, 2016, that he published his third work Good Clean Fun: Misadventures in Sawdust at Offerman Woodshop.