Ty Burrell Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height & Weight

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

Ty Burrell Wealth Info
Net Worth$26 Million
Salary$190 Thousand Per Episode
Date of BirthAugust 22, 1967 (age 54 years)
GenderMale
Height6 ft (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Businessperson, Comedian, Voice Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

Net Worth of Ty Burrell

Ty Burrell net worth and salary: Ty Burrell is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $26 million. Ty Burrell is most famous for playing the role of Phil Dunphy on the ABC comedy series Modern Family. He has been nominated for five Emmy Awards, winning twice. He has been nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards for his performance as Phil Dunphy. He also shares with his co-stars the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. Burrell was born on August 22, 1967 in Grant Pass,Southern Oregon. He grew up in Applegate a town near the California border. He played football for the Hidden Valley Mustangs while attending Hidden Valley High School. Burrell graduated with a bachelor’s degree in theater arts from Southern Oregon University in 1993. He worked his way through college as a bartender at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and continued his education by earning a MFA from Pennsylvania State University.

Ty Burrell Quotes

How is it that Ty Burrell has a net worth of $26 Million? These quotes by the Actor may indicate the character traits that led to his financial situation:

I’m an obsessive sports fan, which my wife is incredibly patient about.

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I’m not handy.

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I grew up on ‘Monty Python.’

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After my father passed away in 1989, I fell pretty hard for theater as an undergraduate at the University of Oregon. Before he died, he planted the seed that maybe I should look into performing.

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Our house was a place where you were welcome to make an idiot out of yourself. Silliness was valued. My dad worked with foster kids in the foster care system, and I think silliness was a way for him to leaven things up.

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