Tim Meadows Net Worth
Tim Meadows Net Worth: Tim Meadows is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $3 million. Tim Meadows was born February 5, 1961 in Highland Park, Michigan. After studying television and radio broadcasting at Wayne State University, Meadows began his entertainment career officially when he joined The Second City comedy troupe in Chicago, Illinois, together with the late Chris Farley. Meadows is also an alumnus of the Chicago-based ImprovOlympic improvisation group, where he worked together with the likes of Chris Farley, Jon Favreau and Rachel Dratch. In 1991, Meadows became a featured player of the long-running comedy series Saturday Night Live (SNL), appearing regularly on the show until 2000. Other television productions he appeared in are The Bill Engvall Show, Everybody Hates Chris and The Office. He has also had roles in feature films such as Coneheads, Wayne's World 2 and The Ladies Man. Other projects Tim Meadows has been a part of include a regular role on the short-lived NBC sitcom The Michael Richards Show and a supporting role in the 2004 film The Cookout. He guest-starred as a client on the hit NBC comedy The Office in the second-season episode The Client. He played a high school principal in Mean Girls, a film written by (and co-starring) fellow SNL cast member Tina Fey. He also had a part in Handsome Boy Modeling School's album White People. In 2007, he appeared in a prominent supporting role in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Meadows can frequently be seen performing live at the iO WEST with Heather Campbell and Miles Stroth in their improvisational show Heather, Miles and Tim. Meadows also occasionally performed in the Chicago improv scene at the ImprovOlympic and other venues.