Comedian Nick Frost has a net worth of $7 million, and he earned it the old-fashioned way: By playing fat dopes on TV and in movies. And no one can say his net worth isn't deserved, since he's one of the best fat dopes in recent memory. His big break came on the BBC sitcom Spaced, written by good friend and recurring costar Simon Pegg. His first big exposure in the United States came from the cult classic "romantic comedy with zombies" Shaun of the Dead, also with Pegg. From there, he's been seen in several successful comedies, like the recent Paul, the action-comedy spoof Hot Fuzz, and the upcoming alien invasion comedy Attack the Block. He hasn't just been in straight comedies, though. He appeared in the horror double-feature Grindhouse from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, in the segment "Don't," directed by usual collaborator Edgar Wright. He's set to break out of the silly comedy ghetto once and for all and appear in a genuine Hollywood blockbuster, though – he's playing the part of Thompson in Steven Spielberg's upcoming The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn. But it's a safe bet that he'll be returning to his fat dope roots soon enough.