About Tom Kenny
It has been reported that the overall sum of Tom Kenny net worth reaches a high estimate of 16 million dollars. Tom Kenny has become well known for his career as a comedian, actor and singer. He was born in New York in 1962. Tom Kenny is mostly known as a voice actor and as such he is known as the voice behind the character of Sponge Bob Square Pants in the Nickelodeon animated TV series called “Sponge Bob Square Pants”. This involvement also added up a lot of revenues to the total size of Tom Kenny net worth. In addition to voicing Sponge Bob on the series, he also worked as a voice of some other characters of the show, such as Gary the Snail, the narrator of the series and Patchy the Pirate.
In addition to working on these Nickelodeon series, he is also well known from some others, such as “The Powderpuff Girls”, where he is a voice behind the narrator and the mayor. He is also known for voicing the role of Heffer Wolfe on the show called “Rocko’s Modern Life”. Tom Kenny has also appeared on “Adventure Time”, where his role was that of Ice King. Tom Kenny has voiced the character of Eduardo in “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends”, as well. Tom Kenny has also appeared in the “Winnie the Pooh” where he appeared as Rabbit. Tom Kenny has also appeared as the main character of the show called “Spyro the Dragon”. All of these involvements have also added up to the total amount of Tom Kenny net worth.
When he was growing up, one of his main interests was drawing. Also, he liked to listen to records from the 60s and 70s and collected records from these times. In addition to his career as a voice actor, Tom Kenny has also become famous as a singer and musician. He also was a lead singer in the group called “Tearjerkers” from New York. Thus, music has also been one of the main sources of Tom Kenny net worth.
In 2009, he got a role as a voice behind the character of Muhammad Sabeeh in the TV comedy series called “Sit Down, Shut Up”. In addition to his career, Tom Kenny’s personal life is also well known. In 1992 he made friends with his wife Jill Talley with whom he worked on the set of “The Edge”.