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|Birth date:||October 9, 1976|
|Birth place:||Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Film Producer, Voice Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Parents:||Pamela Swardson, Roger Eric Swardson|
|Siblings:||John Swardson, Rachel Swardson|
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Nick Swardson is an American comic and performer with an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars. Swardson attended St. Paul Central High where he was a distressed pupil. Swardson entered rehabilitation while he was in high school. Swardson began performing humor by age sixteen. Upon graduation, Swardson made a decision to pursue humor professionally instead of attending school.
Nick Swardson Net Worth $10 Million
By 18, Swardson was performing standup at Minneapolis’ stand up area, the Acme Comedy Co. Swardson ended up winning the nightclub’s award for the “Funniest Man in the Twin Cities.” Swardson began garnering interest within local humor groups and was subsequently chosen to attend the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. The festival is a great area coming comics and comedic performers to get publicity and establish their careers.
Following the comedy festival, Swardson moved to la to further his career in amusement. The comedy headlined at many comedy clubs and reserved spots in advertisements, and small speaking parts. In 2001, the comedy was featured in a 30 minute section in the Comedy Central Presents particular. In 2003, Swardson co-composed the movie Malibu’s Most wanted with comic Jamie Kennedy. The exact same year, he got a part on Reno 911! as a flamboyant homosexual rollerskating hooker. 2003 proved to be an excellent year for Swardson, since this is when he started his longtime working relationship with Adam Sandler. The collaborated in the movie Grandma’s Boy where Swardson received to be able to co write, co-produce,and play in the movie. In 2011, Swardson co-produced and co-composed the movie, Bucky Larson: Born To be A Star,as well as in the exact same year he starred in the movie 30 Minutes or Less.