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Ed Helms Net Worth

How rich is Ed Helms?

Ed Helms net worth:
$20 Million

Ed Helms information

Ed Helms information

Birth date: January 24, 1974
Birth place: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Height:6 ft (1.83 m)
Profession:Comedian, Actor, Voice Actor, Television producer, Screenwriter, Singer
Education:Oberlin College (1996), The Westminster Schools (1992)
Nationality:United States of America
Parents:John Helms, Pamela Parker
Siblings:Chris Helms

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Edward Parker Helms, known simply as Ed Helms, was born in 1974, in Atlanta. Ed is a popular actor and comedian, who is famous for his roles in “The Office”, “The Daily Show” and in “The Hangover” movies. During his career as an actor, Ed has been nominated for and has won such awards as Teen Choice Award and SAG Award. In addition to this, Ed also has his own company, called “Pacific Electric Picture Company” and is even a member of a band called “The Lonesome Trio”. Helms is a really talented person, who has achieved a lot during his career.

Ed Helms Net Worth $20 Million

So how rich is Ed Helms? It is estimated that Ed’s net worth is $20 million. Ed is one of the most famous comedians and actors in the industry, having worked on many shows and movies, so there is no surprise that the main source of Ed Helms’ net worth is his acting career.

Ed Helms studied at The Westminster Schools and later continued his studies at Oberlin College, from which he graduated with a degree in film theory and technology. While at college, Ed formed a bluegrass band called The Lonesome Trio with his friends Ian and Jake, and they still get together to play a few shows every year. After finishing college, Ed started performing sketch comedies, and worked at the “Crew Cuts”. In 2002 Helms began working on “The Daily Show” and this was the time when Ed Helms’ net worth began growing. In 2006 Ed was cast in the very successful show entitled “The Office”, on which he had an opportunity to work with Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski and many others. The success of this show had a huge impact on the growth of Ed’s net worth. In 2014 it was announced that Ed would act in the show called “The One Percent”. Undoubtedly, this will also bring him a lot of success.

In addition to his appearances on television, Ed has also appeared in different movies, including “Night at the Museum”, “Evan Almighty”, “Meet Dave”, “Semi-Pro” and others. All these appearances also made Ed Helm’s net worth grow. What is more, Ed produced and acted in the web series called “Tiny Commando”, which also gained him acclaim and popularity. Other television shows and movies that Ed has appeared in are “Lower Learning”, “Confessions of a Shopaholic”, “The Smell of Success”, “Jeff, Who Lives at Home”, “Cheap Seats”, “Wainy Days” and others.

All in all, it can be said that Ed Helms has appeared in various movies and television shows and is one of the most experienced actors. During his career he has also worked with many famous personalities and has learnt from them a lot. As it was said before, there is no doubt that Ed will continue is acting career for a long time in the future. This would also make Ed’s net worth grow and would gain him even more recognition and respect from others in the industry. Let’s hope that this will happen really soon and his fans will be able to enjoy his work.


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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Hissy Fit The Hangover Part II (2011)
2008 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Melora Hardin
· Mindy Kaling
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson
2008 Future Classic Award TV Land Awards The Office (2005) · Steve Carell
· Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Greg Daniels (writer/producer)
· Kate Flannery
· Angela Kinsey
· Oscar Nuñez
· Rainn Wilson
2007 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble of the Year The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· David Denman
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Melora Hardin
· Rashida Jones
· Mindy Kaling
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Clark Duke
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Mindy Kaling
· Ellie Kemper
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Jake Lacy
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Craig Robinson
· Phyllis Smith
· Catherine Tate
· Rainn Wilson
2012 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Mindy Kaling
· Ellie Kemper
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Craig Robinson
· James Spader
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson
· Zach Woods
2011 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Comedy The Hangover Part II (2011)
2011 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Chemistry The Hangover Part II (2011) · Zach Galifianakis
· Bradley Cooper
2011 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Mindy Kaling
· Ellie Kemper
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Craig Robinson
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson
· Zach Woods
2010 Dorian Award Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) Breakout Award The Hangover (2009)
2010 The More, Please! Breakout Award Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA)
2010 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Mindy Kaling
· Ellie Kemper
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Craig Robinson
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson
2009 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Rockstar Moment The Hangover (2009) · Mike Tyson
· Bradley Cooper
· Zach Galifianakis
2009 ACCA Awards Circuit Community Awards Best Cast Ensemble The Hangover (2009) · Bradley Cooper
· Zach Galifianakis
· Justin Bartha
· Heather Graham
· Ken Jeong
· Mike Tyson
2009 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Melora Hardin
· Mindy Kaling
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Craig Robinson
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson
2008 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble of the Year The Office (2005) · Leslie David Baker
· Brian Baumgartner
· Creed Bratton
· Steve Carell
· Jenna Fischer
· Kate Flannery
· Melora Hardin
· Mindy Kaling
· Angela Kinsey
· John Krasinski
· Paul Lieberstein
· B.J. Novak
· Oscar Nuñez
· Phyllis Smith
· Rainn Wilson

TitleSalary
The Hangover Part II (2011) $5,000,000

#Fact
1 Helms is an accomplished harmonica player as he demonstrated to Bear Grylls on the Adventure-Survival series, Running Wild (Season 2).
2 Got food poisoning during the shooting of The Hangover Part II (2011) after eating street food in Bangkok. He actually filmed some scenes for the movie while being severely sick.
3 He has English, as well as smaller amounts of Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), German, Dutch, and French ancestry.
4 Was nicknamed "Chuck E. Cheese" when he was in school.
5 Plays bluegrass guitar and banjo in various bands.
6 Lived in New York City for 10 years.
7 Plays the banjo and piano, and has played both in some of his TV and movie appearances. Wrote and sang "Stu's Song" in The Hangover (2009).
8 Went to Westminster High School in Atlanta, Georgia, with Brian Baumgartner, fellow cast member on The Office (2005).
9 Graduated from Oberlin College.
10 Has done much voiceover work for companies such as Lycos, CDnow.com, Burger King, etc..

#Quote
1 Mindy Kaling embodies the trifecta of being brilliant, wonderful and hilarious. Because that is statistically impossible, it can mean only one thing: she was created by an evil scientist to lull us into a giddy stupor in order to control our minds. To be made fun of by Mindy is to feel special.
2 [on being described as a 'star'] Star? That's just sort of this label that other people generate. It's not something that feels very different while you're just walking around every day. It's kind of like a birthday, like 'How does it feel to be 35?'. I'm still the same idiot I was before.
3 [on The Office (2005) after Steve Carell left the show] Steve's departure was a massive heartbreak because he's one of the funniest human beings on earth - and one of the most benevolent, wonderful guys you'll ever work with. But that departure also offered all of us this incredible opportunity to just step away and reinvent this show in a way that few shows have the opportunity to do.
4 (2011, on his character on The Office (2005)) This may come as a surprise, given the nature of my job, but I am very guarded and contemplative. I'm not a naturally boisterous person. "Andy Bernard" is a bit of a wish fulfillment for me, because I absolutely envy how passionate he is. If Andy's in love with somebody, everybody knows it. He just puts it out there. It's his saving grace, in the midst of all his other social handicaps.
5 (2011, on his worst hangover) For me it's less about the physical effects than the remorse. I think I'm a fairly obnoxious drunk, so I'll wake up the next morning just racked with guilt, replaying every conversation I had the night before and every terrible thing that came out of my mouth. I read that's part of the chemical process of alcohol going through your body. It engenders feelings of guilt and depression.
6 (2011, on if people try to buy him drinks because of his Hangover fame) If I'm in a bar, frat boys will usually try to buy me shots. But I'm not much of a boozer anymore. I certainly had my share of ragers during my 20s, but I think it had more to do with geography than age. I lived in New York City for most of my 20s, and then I moved to Los Angeles when I was 32 or 33. L.A. is all about automobiles, and New York is about public transportation or taxis. So alcohol consumption isn't as automatic as it was when I was in New York.
7 (On filming The Hangover Part II (2011) in Bangkok) We exploited its dark underbelly with great enthusiasm in the movie. We shot in some interesting neighborhoods, what you might call "sketchy", that most tourists probably wouldn't visit. You take a vacation to a place like Thailand and you're ready for the excitement of something new and foreign. But when you're working 14-hour days, all you want is something familiar to ground you. And there's just nothing there. Even the American things, such as Starbucks or a hamburger joint, felt different in Bangkok.
8 I try to explain to people that you get the roles that are right when they're right. If you have a nerd character but you're kind of a cool guy, you're probably not going to get the nerd part. The nerd is going to get the nerd part. You know, someone like me.
9 (2009 - On living in L.A.) I'm kind of embarrassed by how quickly I adjusted to L.A. I really love it. It's so pleasant. I lived in New York for 10 years, I loved it, I never second-guessed it. There were definitely times when I thought, "I will never leave this place". And I kind of got into that center-of-the-universe mindset. And then, my last couple years, I was traveling so much for those The Daily Show (1996) field segments that I really got kind of beaten down, and for the first time, I would land at LaGuardia and get this heavy feeling like, "Ugh, I have to deal with New York City again. It's gonna stink, it's so hot in the summer". All the hardships of city life start to outweigh the convenience and fun of city life. I think that had a lot to do with the fact that I was traveling every week, almost, and I was just in and out of the city constantly. I didn't feel very stable. And then when I got to L.A. and started work on The Office (2005), it was so pleasant. It was such a change of pace. I would just go to work every day, the weather was beautiful, and I had this nice kind of Zen time in my car between work and home.

#Trademark
1 Often sings in his roles
2 Often plays characters who appear meek at first, but show their strengths by the end.

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