Insight into Dan Fogler Net Worth!

The American actor Dan Fogler has appeared in over 61 movies and TV series, and that’s just the tip of an iceberg. He also has credits as a singer and has done hilarious Doritos commercials.

Dan came to fame following his appearance in the J. K. Rowling movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them as Jacob Kowalski. Thanks to this movie, he also earned a chance to voice his own character in the video game Lego Dimensions.

From such a magnificent career, the actor must earn a decent net worth, doesn’t he? Well, here are the details of his career and the fortune he’s acquired.


Dan Fogler Net Worth is $4 Million!

The 5 feet 7 inches tall American actor Dan Fogler’s net worth is estimated at around $4 million as of 2020. His source of income is his career as an actor, voice actor, director, writer, and comic book author.

Dan Fogler, who has a net worth $4 million, started his career in 1999.
Dan Fogler has a net worth of $4 million.
Source: Dan Fogler’s Instagram

Dan has made his appearance in over 61 movies and TV series to date. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3, Spinning Gold, The Argument, and Making the Day are some of his unreleased movies.

Here’s a list of some of his movies and its earnings at the box office.

MoviesBudgetBox Office Collection
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald$200 million$653.8 million
In Life Flynn$43,922
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them$180 million$812.5 million
Custody$3.5 million$3.6 million
The Guardian Brothers$12 million
Barely Lethal$15 million$513,303
Free Birds$55 million$110.4 million
Europa ReportLess than $10 million$125,687
Mars Needs Moms$150 million $39 million
Take Me Home Tonight$19 million$7.4 million
Love Happens$36.1 million
Taking Woodstock$35 million$10 million
Fanboys$8 million$960,828
Kung Fu Panda $130 million$631.7 million
Horton Hears a Who!$85 million$297.1 million
Balls of Fury$41.1 million
Good Luck Chuck$25 million$59.2 million
School for Scoundrels $35 million $23.95 million

Fogler’s Acting Debut

The Walking Dead star Dan Fogler, who’s married to Jodie Cape Fogler, started his acting career during his college days as he was a part of the School of Theater at Boston University. His first ever movie role was in 1999, where he appeared as Melvin Mittman in Brooklyn Thrill Killer.

Following his movie debut, his first TV appearance was in 2002 when he appeared in Fox’s 30 Seconds to Fame. During this show, he impersonated the American actor and filmmaker, Alfredo James Pacino, more commonly known as Al Pacino.

Dan Fogler holding his Tony Award in 2005.
Dan Fogler won the Tony Award in 2005.
Source: Summit Daily News

As for his theatrical debut and his most critically acclaimed Broadway show, it was as William Barfee in the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee in 2005. The show won as many as five awards, such as the Theater World Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Drama Desk Award. His most notable victory was the Tony Award for the show.

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Other Sources of Income

As we’ve revealed earlier, Dan Fogler is more than just an actor. He’s a well-established voice actor, director, writer, and comic book author.

The 43 years old actor has had voice roles in several animated movies. He offered his voice to Horton Hears a Who!, Kung Fu Panda (Zeng), American Dad!, Kung Fu Pandey Holiday, Free Birds, and Xiao Men Shen.

Dan Fogler as Zeng in Kung Fu Panda

Fogler, similarly, wrote and directed three movies and TV series. He’s known for Hysterical Psycho, M’Larky, and Don Peyote.

Uncle Marvin from The Goldbergs is also known for his comic books. He has written two books, namely Moon Lake and Brooklyn Gladiator. Besides, he’s also made an appearance in the Heavy Metal magazine.

With a well-established career and $4 million net worth, Dan Fogler should surely live a lavish lifestyle, doesn’t he?

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