Dan Harmon Net Worth

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Dan Harmon net worth:
$5 Million

Dan Harmon net worth: Dan Harmon is an American writer and actor who has a net worth of $5 million dollars. Dan Harmon was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in January 1973. He attended Marquette University and Glendale Community College which led to the show Community. He was a part of ComedySportz in Milwaukee and the sketch troupe The Dead Alewives. The group produced an album in 1996. He co-created the pilot for the TV show Heat vision and Jack and also co-created The Sarah Silverman Program for comedy Central. Harmon wrote for the TV series Computerman, Laser Fart, and The Most Extraordinary Space Investigations. In 2007 he wrote for the series Acceptable TV and for Water and Power from 2008 to 2009. Since 2009 he has written for Community which he also created. He has also acted and done voice acting for many films and TV series. He founded the alternative television network and website Channel 101 with Rob Schrab. Harmon also co-created the TV series Rick and Morty with Justin Rolland that was featured on Adult Swim. Dan hosted a weekly podcast called Harmontown. He helped write the 2009 Oscar telecast and won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics. Dan became engaged to Erin McGathy in 2013.

Dan Harmon Net Worth

Dan Harmon

Screenwriter
Date of Birth
Jan 3, 1973 (43 years old)
Profession
Screenwriter, Television Producer, Actor, Television Director, TV Editor, Cinematographer, Lyricist, Film Producer, Film Director, Writer
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Channel 101, The Dead Alewives
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