Ken Marino Net Worth
Ken Marino net worth: Ken Marino is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and director who has a net worth of $1.5 million. Ken Marino was born on December 19. 1968 in West Ilsip, New York. He is of Italian heritage. He attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in New York City and also studied at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute. Shortly after he got out of college, he found success on the MTV show "The State", a sketch comedy show that aired in 1993 and that he was a founding member of. Marino co-starred in the second season of "Men Behaving Badly". He had a recurring role on "Dawson's Creek" as Professor Wilder. He was a regular guest star on "Charmed", "Reaper", "Rock Me Baby", "Veronica Mars", and "Reno 911". He has also appeared on "Will & Grace", "Angel", "Grey's Anatomy", "Monk", "Californication", and "Private Practice." He was cast to star in a re-boot of the classic TV series "The Courtship of Eddie's Father", but the pilot was not picked up. He is a regular on the Starz series "Party Down" which is about a group of caterers in Los Angeles trying to make it in Hollywood. Marino has appeared in "Wet Hot American Summer" as well as in "The Ten" and "Role Models" which he co-wrote and produced. Marino co-wrote the screenplay for the Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd film "Wanderlust". Marino starred as Mark Orlando in the Yahoo web series "Burning Love", a spoof of the TV series "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette". The series was created by his wife, the screenwriter Erica Oyama and Marino also directed all three seasons. Marino currently plays Dr. Glenn Richie in the satirical television series on Adult Swim called "Childrens Hospital". Marino will also appear in the upcoming NBC sitcom "Marry Me" opposite premiering in fall 2014.