Patton Oswalt Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height & Weight

Wealth Stats and More

What’s Patton Oswalt's net worth? How wealthy is he? Below are all stats like net worth, salary, profession, and more!

Patton Oswalt Wealth Info
Net Worth$10 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthJanuary 27, 1969 (age 53 years)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 2 in (1.61 m)
ProfessionActor, Comedian, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor, Writer
NationalityUnited States of America

Early Life

Early Life: Patton Oswalt was born in 1969 in Portsmouth, Virginia where his career Marine father named him after General George Patton. Oswalt graduated from Ashburn, Virginia’s Broad Run High School and the College of William and Mary where he majored in English and was a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.

Net Worth of Patton Oswalt

Patton Oswalt Net Worth: Patton Oswalt is an American stand-up comedian, voice-over artist, and actor who has a net worth of $10 million dollars. A highly respected artist in the field of stand-up comedy, Oswalt is probably best known to general audiences for his work voicing the lead role in the Pixar film “Ratatouille.”

Patton Oswalt Quotes

How is it that Patton Oswalt has a net worth of $10 Million? These quotes by the Actor may indicate the character traits that led to his financial situation:

The Kentucky Fried Chicken corporation made a bobble head of me and sent it to my management. No card, nothing.

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I never said that movies were struggling behind TV. I’m just saying that movies have a better creative cache.

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The problem is, and I’m just as guilty of this, a lot of people see their follower count increase and mistake that for friendships. It’s great to have followers, especially if you want to sell albums, promote shows, or promote your friends, but you still need to get outside and talk to other human beings.

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I think right now is the best time for stand-up, ever. I sincerely do.

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As you get older as a comedian and keep doing it, what you actually start to cherish on stage is not the build-up to the jokes, but how comfortable you can be in the silence and the non-laughing parts, and how long you can take the audience without a laugh to then get a huge reaction.

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