Josh Robert Thompson Net Worth

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Josh Robert Thompson net worth:
$200 Thousand

Josh Robert Thompson Net Worth: Josh Robert Thompson is an American actor, voice actor, impressionist and comedian who has a net worth of $200 thousand. Josh Robert Thompson was born in Cleveland, Ohio in March 1975. Thompson is best known for his work on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson where he provided many character voices and impersonations. His best known role on the show was for providing the voice of Geoff Peterson as well as controlling the robot's movements. Thompson is known for his celebrity impressions of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert De Niro, Wilford Brimley, Sylvester Stallone, Morgan Freeman, Willie Nelson, and Matthew McConaughey. In 2003 Thompson phoned in to Fox & Friends as Arnold Schwarzenegger and fooled the hosts into believing it was actually Arnold. Thompson made many appearances on the Howard Stern Show as well as other radio shows. He appeared in advertisements for More Than insurance doing his Morgan Freeman impression for a character called More Than Freeman. Thompson was a narrator for the movies Yogi Bear in 2010 and Scary Movie 5 in 2013. On the second to last Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson he appeared on stage and was revealed as the voice of Geoff.

Josh Robert Thompson Net Worth

Josh Robert Thompson

Comedian
Date of Birth
Mar 11, 1975 (41 years old)
Profession
Comedian, Actor, Voice Actor, Impressionist
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
J. Robert Thompson, Josh Thompson, JRT, Joshua Robert Thompson
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