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What Is Danny Pudi's Net Worth?

His breakthrough came with the NBC sitcom "Community."
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Cover Image Source: Danny Pudi | GettyImages | Photo by Michael Kovac
Name Danny Pudi
Net Worth $3 Million
Source of Income Acting
DOB Mar 10, 1979
Age 44 years 
Gender Male
Profession Actor, Comedian, Television producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
Nationality American

Danny Pudi is a versatile actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. With a net worth of $3 million, Pudi has made a mark in the entertainment industry through his roles in notable TV shows and films. His breakthrough came with the NBC sitcom "Community," where he portrayed the character Abed Nadir.

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Danny Pudi | GettyImages | Photo by David Livingston

Pudi's income streams are diverse, stemming from acting, directing, writing, and producing. His extensive career boasts over 80 acting credits in various films and TV shows. He appeared in TV pilots before gaining fame in "Community," running for six seasons from 2009 to 2015. Pudi featured in ads for Snickers, Verizon, and more. His film roles include "Road Trip: Beer Pong" and "Knights of Badassdom." He made cameo appearances in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "Star Trek Beyond" and voiced Huey Duck in the DuckTales reboot. In 2020, he starred in "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet" and revealed his theater project, "Running," exploring his relationship with his father and experiences with racism.


Apart from his onscreen roles, Pudi has ventured into writing, directing, and producing. His involvement in projects like the "Untucked" episode of "30 for 30 Shorts" and short films like "Blowout Sale" and "Where the Magic Happens" demonstrates his multifaceted approach to the industry.

In 2014, Pudi and his wife, Bridget Showalter, invested in a 3,700-square-foot home in Pasadena, California, valued at $1.32 million. This property was purchased from Olympic gold medalist Betsy Mitchell.

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Pudi married Bridget Showalter in 2004, and they are parents to fraternal twins, Fiona and James. Pudi has also demonstrated a commitment to a healthy lifestyle through running, exercising, and maintaining a balanced diet.

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"TV Guide" Award for Favorite Ensemble (2012) for "Community"

Critics Choice Television Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for "Community"

Television Critics Association Award nomination for Individual Achievement in Comedy for "Community"

Online Film & Television Association Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for "Community"

Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a New Television Series for "DuckTales" 

Grand Jury Prize nomination for Short Film for "Untucked"

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What is Danny Pudi's current net worth?

Danny Pudi's net worth is estimated to be $3 million.

How did Danny Pudi start his career in the entertainment industry?

Before moving to Los Angeles in 2005, Danny Pudi worked as a recruiter. He made his TV debut in 2006 and gained recognition for his role as Abed Nadir on "Community," which aired from 2009 to 2015.

How did Danny Pudi meet his wife, Bridget Showalter?

Danny Pudi and Bridget Showalter met during their freshman year at Marquette University. They got married on June 5, 2004.

What are some of Danny Pudi's notable film and television credits?

Danny Pudi has more than 80 acting credits, including roles in "Community," "Mythic Quest," "DuckTales," and films such as "Road Trip: Beer Pong," "The Knights of Badassdom," and "Smurfs: The Lost Village."