Tim Allen Net Worth: $100 Million (approx.)
|Net Worth:||$100 Million (approx.)|
|Salary:||$235 Thousand Per Episode|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 13, 1953|
|Age:||69 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession:||Comedian, Actor, Voice Actor, Television producer, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Film director, Television Director|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Tim Allen net worth is $100 million. Timothy Alan Dick known professionally as Tim Allen, is an American actor and comedian.
Tim is known for playing Tim “The Toolman” Taylor on the ABC sitcom Home Improvement (1991–1999) and Mike Baxter on the ABC/Fox sitcom Last Man Standing (2011–2021).
Tim Allen voices Buzz Lightyear for the Toy Story franchise and played Scott Calvin and Santa Claus in the Santa Clause franchise (1994–2006). Allen’s other movies include Tropical Snow (1988), Galaxy Quest (1999), Joe Somebody (2001), Zoom (2006), Wild Hogs (2007), The Six Wives of Henry Lefay (2009), Crazy on the Outside (2010), 3 Geezers! (2013), and El Camino Christmas (2017).
Tim Allen Net Worth 2022:
Tim Allen net worth is $100 million in 2022. Tim Allen has made in comedy with a range of film and television roles. He is famous for his roles in shows like Home Improvement and Last Man Standing.
Tim Allen is also an great stand-up comedian.
Tim Allen Salary:
Tim Allen’s Salary iss $235 Thousand Per Episode. During the peak seasons of Home Improvement Tim earned $1.25 million per episode. This salary is still the fifth-highest salary ever paid to a TV actor.
This is around $1.9 million per episode today after adjusting for inflation. Tim is the fifth-highest-paid TV actor of all time in terms of salary per episode.
Tim Allen’s salary for Last Man Standing tops $235,000 per episode. Other notable salaries include $5 million for Toy Story 2, $2 million for Galaxy Quest, and $12 million for Joe Somebody. He famously earned just $50,000 for the very first Toy Story.
Tim Allen also earns a massive income by brand endorsements and advertisements. In 2009, Tim narrated the “Pure Michigan” TV and radio commercials for Travel Michigan.
In 2010, Allen started narrating commercials for the Chevrolet Cruze. That year, he also used his voice acting talents to promote Campbell’s Soup in their “It’s Amazing What Soup Can Do” campaign.
Tim Allen Biography:
|Born||Timothy Alan Dick|
June 13, 1953 (age 68)
Denver, Colorado, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Laura Deibel(m. 1984; div. 2003)Jane Hajduk (m. 2006)|
|Medium||Stand-up, film, television|
|Education||Central Michigan University|
Western Michigan University (BA)
|Genres||Observational comedy, physical comedy, surreal humour|
|Subject(s)||Marriage, gender differences, family, everyday life, social awkwardness, politics|
Tim Allen’s real name is Timothy Alan Dick.Tim was born on 13 June1953 in Denver, Colorado.
Timothy was raised together with five other siblings. His father was a real estate agent, but he died from a car accident when Timothy was just 11 years old.
His mother remarried 2 years later, and she brought her children to live with her new husband in Michigan. Tim’s mother’s new husband already had 3 children, meaning the family now included 9 children.
When Allen attended high school, Tim was involved in theater and drama. Tim also became an accomplished musician after learning to play the piano. Although Tim Allen would later excel in the entertainment industry, he didn’t pursue acting or comedy during his post-secondary education.
Tim attended Central Michigan University and Western Michigan University, finally graduating from the WM university in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications.
Radio and television production was Allen’s primary focus in university, and Tim became intimately involved with the college’s student radio station.
Tim Allen Career:
Tim Allen’s journey into comedy started in 1975 with a dare from his friends. They pushed Tim into performing stand-up during comedy night at a Detroit club, and he was a big hit with the crowd. Tim soon was so successful that he started appearing in cable comedy shows and television ads.
Just when things were going well for Tim Allen, Tim was arrested in 1978 and charged with a drug trafficking felony.Allen was caught at the Battle Creek International Airport with almost 1.5 pounds of cocaine. Allen later provided the names of other drug dealers in exchange for a reduced 3-year sentence. Allen was finally released after spending just over 2 years in prison.
Allen went back into comedy after his release and performed at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. This led to many talk show appearances. Over the years, Tim continuously performed many stand-up routines throughout his career. Tim also embarks on stand-up comedy tours now and again.
Tim Allen’s big break as an actor took place in 1991 when he was cast in Home Improvement. Allen was not much known for his abilities as an actor before this series.
Tim reported that he drew heavily from personal experiences to make his role in the show seem believable. Home Improvement was produced by Wind Dancer Productions, a company that he had co-founded.
In 1994, Tim Allen took the role of Santa Claus in that year’s highest-grossing film, Disney’s The Santa Clause. In 1995, Allen voiced the iconic character of Buzz Lightyear in the Pixar hit Toy Story.
In 1997, Tim starred in another Disney production, Jungle 2 Jungle, before reprising his role as Buzz in Toy Story 2 in 1998. In 1998, Tim Allen ran into legal troubles once again after being arrested for DUI.
In 1999, Tim featured in the sci-fi comedy Galaxy Quest alongside acting greats such as Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, and Sam Rockwell. During the 2000s, Allen appeared in many Christmas films including Santa Clause 2, Santa Clause 3, and Christmas with the Kranks.
During this decade, Tim also starred in Redbelt, Zoom, and The Shaggy Dog. To close out the decade, Tim Allen made his directorial debut with the film Crazy on the Outside.
In 2011, Tim Allen booked another leading role in a sitcom, this time with Last Man Standing. The series is about a conservative dad who is the only man in a house filled with women. Like Home Improvement, the show is a reflection of Allen’s real-life experiences, as he’s a Republican in a female-dominated family.
In 2017, the series was canceled by ABC, but it was picked up by Fox in 2018. During ABC’s cancelation of Last Man Standing, Tim Allen booked a role in yet another Christmas movie: El Camino Christmas.
Tim Allen Writing:
In 1994, Tim Allen topped the New York Times Bestseller’s list with his book, Don’t Stand Too Close to a Naked Man. In 1996, he followed up on his earlier success with the release of I’m Not Really Here.
Tim Allen Wife:
Tim Allen married his first wife, Laura Deibel in 1984. They had one daughter together in 1989 before separating in 1999. In 2006, Tim Allen married his second wife, Jane Hajduk.
They had been dating for 5 years prior to their marriage. In 2009, Tim Allen and Jane Hajduk had a daughter together.
Tim Allen is known for his Republican political stance. Tim has appeared on Fox News shows to be interviewed by Sean Hannity, and he also supports Republican presidential candidates. Tim Allen publically supported Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.