How wealthy is Nathan Fillion? What is his salary? Find out below:
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Date of Birth||March 27, 1971 (age 51 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Voice Actor|
Net Worth, Salary, Earnings, and Financial Data
Nathan Fillion Net Worth and Salary: Nathan Fillion is a Canadian-born actor and producer who has a net worth of $20 million. Fillion is probably most famous for starring as Richard Castle on the ABC series “Castle” (2009–2016), which earned him $100,000 per episode, but he is also known for playing the lead roles of Malcolm “Mal” Reynolds on Fox’s “Firefly” (2002–2003) and John Nolan on ABC’s “The Rookie” (2018–present). Nathan reprised the role of Mal Reynolds in the 2005 film “Serenity,” and he has more than 90 acting credits to his name, including the films “Slither” (2006), “Waitress” (2007), and “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” (2013) and the TV series “One Life to Live” (1994–1997; 2007), “Two Guys and a Girl” (1998–2001), “Desperate Housewives” (2007–2008), and “Modern Family” (2016–2018). Fillion also starred as superhero Captain Hammer in the popular web series “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog” (2008), and he has served as a producer on “Castle,” “The Rookie,” the 2018 short film “Uncharted: Live Action Fan Film,” and the web series “Con Man” (2015–2017). Nathan has done voice acting in numerous animated projects, such as “King of the Hill” (2001), “Big Mouth” (2017–2019), “Monsters University” (2013), and “Cars 3” (2017), and he has voiced Hal Jordan / Green Lantern in several “Justice League” films.
Nathan Fillion's Career
Career: Fillion made his TV debut in the 1993 Canadian television film “Ordeal in the Arctic,” and the following year, he moved to New York City, appeared in the film “Strange and Rich,” and landed the role of Joey Riley Buchanan on the soap opera “One Life to Live.” He left the series in 1997 but returned as a guest star on two episodes in 2007. Nathan moved to Los Angeles and was cast as Johnny Donnelly on ABC’s “Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place” (later known as “Two Guys and a Girl”) in 1998. He appeared in 60 episodes of the series, and around that time, he also played Pvt. James Frederick “Minnesota” Ryan in “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) and guest-starred on “The Outer Limits” (1999) and “Pasadena” (2002). In 2002, Fillion began playing Captain Malcolm Reynolds on the Joss Whedon series “Firefly,” which he has called his “favorite job ever.” Over the next few years, he reunited with Whedon to guest-star on the last five episodes of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in 2003 and show off his singing chops in 2008’s “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” which was so popular it “broke the internet.” In 2003, Nathan guest-starred on six episodes of NBC’s “Miss Match,” followed by an appearance on “Lost” (2006) and a lead role on the Fox series “Drive” (2007).
Personal Life: In 2007, Nathan co-founded Kids Need to Read with author PJ Haarsma. The non-profit organization is dedicated to providing underfunded libraries with books, and initially money was raised through online auctions of autographed memorabilia from “Firefly” and “Serenity.” Fillion is also a supporter of Charity: Water and has raised more than $600,000 for the organization. Nathan became an American citizen in 1997, and he is a comic book collector and video game fan. He has lent his voice to numerous video games, including “Jade Empire” (2005), “Halo 3” (2007), “Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff” (2014), and “Destiny” (2014).
Quotes by Nathan Fillion
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I've always fantasized about being on TV. And I was. Then I fantasized about being in the movies. What could be better than captain of a space ship? I get to ride horses, shoot guns, have adventures.Nathan Fillion
You have a dramatic portion of your television program and you treat it dramatically, and then you have a comedic portion of your program, and you treat it differently. Why do you change who are between the two pieces? You're the same person. Just go.Nathan Fillion
I remember when TiVO first came out I was all about TiVo. I came home and that thing was frozen, and I thought 'This is awful. This is the end of the world'. Then I unplugged it, and I plugged it back in, and still frozen. It was paralyzing. I called them. They said, 'Just unplug it longer.' Fixed. But it also taught me I'm an addict.Nathan Fillion
I'm a plethora of stolen jokes and kitschy references.Nathan Fillion
I don't spend a lot of time online. My mother's really good at picking out if she sees a really great review, and she'll forward it to me. She's like my little Internet filter. It's always nice to see something going up; if I want to find something on Nathan Fillion, I do know where to look, but I've got a nice little delivery system in my mom.Nathan Fillion