Tom Arnold Net Worth is $30 Million (as of 2020)
It has been calculated that the overall size of Tom Arnold net worth is as much as 30 million dollars. Tom Arnold has become a well known name in comedy, where he is not only a comedian, but also an actor. When he was 23 years old, Tom Arnold started to perform as a stand-up comedian. At that time, he was also a student at the University of Iowa, where he attended writing and business administration lessons. In 1988 he became a winner of the Minneapolis Comedy Competition. Seeing that he can receive much more in this industry, Tom Arnold move to live to Los Angeles, where he got a position as a writer of the sitcom called “Roseanne”. In addition to serving as a writer of it, Tom Arnold was also hired to be its executive producer. This first show made his name famous and also added up to the overall estimate of Tom Arnold net worth.
|Net Worth:||$30 Million|
|Age:||62 years old|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Date of birth:||Mar 06, 1959|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Comedian, Presenter, Television producer, Voice Actor|
After that, Tom Arnold got his own special on HBO called “Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth”. Later, he got his own TV show, where he not only appeared, but also worked as its producer and writer, the show being called “The Jackie Thomas Show”. Later, he got another show of him, called “The Tom Show”. These shows also increased the overall sum of Tom Arnold net worth.
Since that time, he has appeared not only on TV productions, but also in many films. He has appeared in comedies, such as “Hero”, “Nine Months” and “True Lies”. In 2008 he changed his image in cinema world when he started to appear not only in comedic roles, but also was chosen for more dramatic roles. Examples of such productions include “The Year of Getting to Know Us”, “Gardens of the Night” and “Good Dick”. These films have also added up to the total size of Tom Arnold net worth.
For his career in acting, Tom Arnold has been awarded with some prestigious awards in this industry. Examples of his awards include a Golden Globe award and a Peabody award. Tom Arnold has also worked as a TV show host and an example of this involvement could be the show called “The Best Damn Sports Show Period”, where he hosted it for four years. In addition to his professional career, Tom Arnold is also known for his charitable work, such as his work with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Camp del Corazon.