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What’s Judah Friedlander's net worth? How wealthy is he? Below are all stats like net worth, salary, profession, and more!
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date of Birth||March 16, 1969 (age 53 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Voice Actor|
Net Worth of Judah Friedlander
Judah Friedlander is an American actor, comedian, producer, director, and author who has a net worth of $3 million. Friedlander is best known for playing writer Frank Rossitano on NBC’s “30 Rock” (2006–2013), and he also played Toby Radloff in the 2003 film “American Splendor.” Known for a distinctive look that includes shaggy hair, oversized glasses, and trucker hats featuring slogans like “World Champion,” Jonah has more than 70 acting credits to his name, including the films “Wet Hot American Summer” (2001), “Zoolander” (2001), “Along Came Polly” (2004), “Duane Hopwood” (2005), and “The Wrestler” (2008), the TV movies “Sharknado 2: The Second One” (2014) and “The Last Sharknado: It’s About Time” (2018), and the television series “LateLine” (1999), “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” (2015), and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (2017).
Judah has said that he prefers stand-up to acting, and while starring on “30 Rock,” he performed stand-up comedy a few nights per week in New York City. In a 2012 interview with “City Pages,” he stated, “My two biggest goals right now are to release my own double album of stand-up, and to put out my own stand-up concert DVD. I’ve actually been doing stand-up since 1989, and it’s still the most important thing I do from an artistic standpoint.” In 2007, Friedlander was featured in “Heeb” magazine’s “100 people you need to know about” list. Judah made his television debut on “The Jim Breuer Show” in 1998, and in 1999, he guest-starred in three episodes of Al Franken’s NBC sitcom “LateLine.” In 2000, he played a wrestling fan in the film “Endsville” and a pharmacy clerk in the Ben Stiller-Robert De Niro comedy “Meet the Parents,” and he guest-starred on “Spin City” and “The Beat.” Friedlander reunited with Stiller in 2001’s “Zoolander” and 2004’s “Starsky and Hutch” and “Along Came Polly.” He played Ronald von Kleinstein in 2001’s “Wet Hot American Summer,” and he reprised his role in two episodes of the Netflix series “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” in 2015. Judah appeared in the films “How High” (2001), “Showtime” (2002), “The Trade” (2003), “The Janitor” (2003), and “Bad Meat” (2004), and he co-starred with Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson, and Vince Vaughn in 2003’s “Old School.” He played Toby Radloff in 2003’s “American Splendor,” which earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination,” and he won an award at the BendFilm Festival for 2005’s “Duane Hopwood.” That year he also appeared in the films “Southern Belles,” “Pizza,” “The Unseen,” and “Feast.”
Judah has spent most of his career living in New York City, and in 2013, he revealed that he had been sleeping on an air mattress for months because his Queens apartment had “mold and musty problems” and he didn’t want to contaminate a regular mattress and move it to a “new apartment that’s not polluted.” Friedlander has said that his favorite sports are ping-pong and soccer. He played ping-pong competitively as a child, then got back into it while he was starring in “30 Rock.” Judah told “The Hollywood Reporter” in 2012, “When I can, I play official tournaments sanctioned by USATT.org. And I play ping-pong several times a week even though I don’t own a table. It’s fun, relaxing and great exercise. And it’s not showbizzy. I like hanging out at non-showbizzy places. I travel with my ping-pong paddle.” He is a supporter of the soccer team the New York Red Bulls, and he’s a fan of professional wrestling.
Judah Friedlander Quotes
How is it that Judah Friedlander has a net worth of $3 Million? These quotes by the actor may indicate the character traits that led to his financial situation:
I'm a big Pacino fan. He's a great actor: so much passion and intensity.Judah Friedlander
Show business always tries to stereotype you, so that is something you have to fight against no matter who you are. A lot of actors who are of a minority background complain that they only get stereotyped roles, and they are 100 percent correct. However, it's also true that, no matter who you are, you get typecast as well.Judah Friedlander
I became a wrestling fan in college. So, I was more of a wrestling fan as an adult than when I was a little kid.Judah Friedlander
I watch a movie or a T.V. show or whatever; if it's good, I like to watch it more than once, and it's always fun to catch something you didn't see initially.Judah Friedlander
I had one girl send me an e-mail saying she wants to go out with me, but it's like a two-pronged deal because she wants to blog the date. And I'm like, No! I don't want to be on a reality show.Judah Friedlander