Josh Radnor Net Worth

How much is Josh Radnor Worth?

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Josh Radnor net worth:
$16 Million

Josh Radnor's Salary

$225 Thousand Per Episode

Josh Radnor net worth: Josh Radnor is an American actor who has a net worth of $16 million dollars. Josh Radnor was born in Columbus, Ohio on July 29, 1974. Radnor graduated from Kenyon University with a B.A. in Drama, and then from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with an M.F.A. in Acting. His professional career began with a guest-starring role on the television show, "Welcome to New York" in 2000. He went on to appear on many other shows throughout the early and middle 2000s, including, "Law and Order", "The Court", "Six Feet Under", "ER", and "Judging Amy". In 2005, he was cast in the role that would make him a household name, as Ted Mosby on the popular sitcom, "How I Met Your Mother". He has also voiced the same character for the cartoon, "Family Guy". In addition to his television work, he has also appeared in such films and television movies as "Not Another Teen Movie", "Everyday Life", and 2010's "HappyThankYouMorePlease", for which he also served as writer and director.

Josh Radnor Salary
What is Josh Radnor's salary per episode of How I Met Your Mother? $225,000

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Josh Radnor

Date of Birth
Jul 29, 1974 (41 years old)
Actor, Film director, Screenwriter
United States of America
6 ft (1.83 m)
Jewish people
Joshua T. Radnor, Joshua Thomas Radnor, Joshua Michael "Josh" Radnor, Joshua "Josh" Radnor
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