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Patrick Warburton Net Worth
Net Worth:
$30 Million
Date of Birth
November 14, 1964
Place of Birth
Paterson
Profession
Actor, Voice Actor, Model, Film Producer

Patrick Warburton net worth and salary: Patrick Warburton is an American voice, television, and film actor who has a net worth of $30 million. Patrick Warburton first became famous thanks to many TV roles most notably, David Puddy on Seinfeld and the evil Johnny Johnson on News Radio. Today he is most famous for his work on the cartoon Family Guy. As a voice actor he has been in many major films such as, The Emperor's New Groove as the voice of Kronk, Steve Barkin on Kim Possible, and on Buzz Lightyear of Star Command TV series he played the lead role of Buzz Lightyear. From 2007 to 2013, Patrick starred in the CBS television program Rules of Engagement, on which he played macho married man Jeff Bingham. He was born in Paterson, New Jersey on November 14, 1964 and grew up in Huntington Beach, California. John Warburton, Patrick's father was an orthopedic surgeon and his mother, Barbara Lord (née Gratz), was an actress. He has three sisters, Mary, Lara, and Megan. Warburton attended Servite High School in Anaheim, California and Newport Harbor high School in Newport Beach. After completing high school Patrick studied marine biology at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa California, but dropped out before completing his degree to pursue modeling and acting.

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How much does Patrick Warburton make per episode of Rules of Engagement/Family Guy? $85,000

Warburton has provided his voice on many popular commercials including the Carrier Corporation commercials for their air-conditioning and HVAC units. He was also the voice of Superman for American Express in The Adventures of Seinfeld and superman. Patrick married Cathy Jennings in 1991 and they have four children together – Talon Patrick, Alexandra Catherine, Shane, and Gabriel. They currently live in Camarillo, California. At Disney's California Adventure Park, Warburton was featured in a "preloading" film shown to guests at the Soarin' Over California; a similar film is shown at Walt Disney World Resort's Epcot Center. He played a high-end PC for Apple Inc in August 2009 in a "Get a Mac" ad campaign. He also played the role of a Wild West character named Cal Johnson, on November 8, 2009 on Seth & Alex's (Almost Live) Comedy show on the Fox network, the show was hosted by Seth MacFarlane and Alex Borstein. In the Cartoon Network series Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, he appears in the role of Sheriff. Another video that features Warburton is by College Hunter called "The roast of Mario" in which he plays the character named Bowster. A new Disney attraction which opened this summer the Star Tours: The Adventure Continues uses Warburton voice as the droid G2-4T.

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Patrick Warburton

Patrick John Warburton is an American actor of television, film, and voice. He is known for his several TV roles, including the title role of The Tick, David Puddy on Seinfeld, the evil Johnny Johnson on NewsRadio, and anchorman Jeb Denton on Less than Perfect. As a voice ac...
Profession
Date of Birth
  • November 14, 1964
Nicknames
  • Patrick John Warburton
  • Patrick Wharburton
  • Pat Warburton
Ethnicity
  • English American
  • Austrian American
Height
  • 6 ft 2 in (1.905 m)
Nationality
  • United States of America
Country
  • United States of America
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