About Nick Swardson
It has been calculated that the overall amount of Nick Swardson net worth is as much as 5 million dollars. However, there are also some other sources which have estimated his net worth to be as high as 10 million dollars. In any case, Nick Swardson is considered as one of the wealthiest comedians in the industry. In addition to his work as a comedian, he is also known as an actor, producer and screenwriter and these involvements have also added up a lot to the overall estimate of Nick Swardson net worth.
He was born in 1976 in Minneapolis, Minnesota and his full birth name is Nicholas Roger Swardson. When he was 16 years old, Nick Swardson realized that he wanted to become a comedian, and thus, he began to work in stand-up comedy and also began to act. Nick Swardson was expelled from high school four times and when he was still studying, he entered rehab. When he was 18 years old, Nick Swardson got interested into open mic nights and began to attend them. Also, he soon began to perform himself in those open mic shows. Nick Swardson was awarded with the Acme Comedy Co.’s award for “Funniest Person in the Twin Cities”.
Nick Swardson can also be remembered from his appearances in the comedy club called “Knuckleheads”. In 2007, he was invited to appear in the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. He soon left his hometown in Minnesota and moved to New York, where he intended to pursue his career as an actor and comedian. Eventually, he moved to Los Angeles and there the total size of Nick Swardson net worth began to accumulate.
Nick Swardosn has appeared in a movie called “Almost Famous”, and he also appeared in “LateLine”. In 2001, Nick Swardson got his own special on Comedy Central and his star in this channel began to rise, as well. In 2006, he was invited again to do one more comedy special on this channel. Thus, these appearances exposed him to bigger audiences and also added up to the overall amount of Nick Swardson net worth. He is also known as a writer. As such, he has worked on the screenplay for the film called “Malibu’s Most Wanted”. After that, Nick Swardson was chosen to appear in the TV series called “Reno 911”. In 2003, Nick Swardson collaborated with Adam Sandler and wrote a screenplay for one more movie called “Grandma’s Boy”.