Josh Brener Net Worth 2023, Biography, Career, Movies And Tv Shows

What Is Josh Brener Net Worth ? If you fell in love with the Dale character in the film The Big Bang Theory, then Josh Brener is not strange a name to you. According to estimates, Josh Brener’s net worth is about $6M, and a monthly income of $1M+. Now you have known the net worth, we trust you’d like to know more things about Brener, so let’s put you through.

Brener’s Background Details

Brener is a stand-up American comedian and an actor who was born to Jewish parents Sharon and Daniel Brener on the 1st of October 1984 in Houston, Texas. It is not known if he has siblings, but he grew up with his parent in Houston.

He got his high school education at Bellaire High School after which he further did his tertiary education at Harvard where he graduated in 2007. Here, he was the president of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals which was an avenue for him to polish his acting talent.

Breber is married to actress Meghan Falcone. She played a role in the film Foursome which is a romantic comedy series. Their wedding was in 2014, it is not known if they have children, but notwithstanding, they live happily in Los Angeles, California as they make posts of themselves on Instagram making beautiful memories.

Brener is also a real estate enthusiast. He and Meghan bought a home in Hollywood Hills in March 2015 for $1.2M, and in April 2018, they pitched the house for sale for $1.425M although they later sold it at the exact amount they bought it later that same 2018.

Brener’s Televiand sion Film Career

2010 was the year Brener had his first debut as a professional actor, it on on the TV series Glory Daze and it lasted through to the next year. Brener is still actively acting and doing his stand-up comedy. Let us break down his film and TV appearances.

TV Appearances, roles, year, release;

  • Glory Daze as Zack Miller from 2010 to 2011
  • The Big Bang Theory as Dale from 2011 to 2013
  • House of Lies as Will Davis in 2012
  • Workaholic as Marshal Davis in 2013
  • Maron as Kyle from 2013 to 2015
  • The Middle as Julian in 2014
  • Silicon Valley as Nelson ‘Big Head’ Bighetti from 2014 to 2019
  • Scandal as Gavin Price in 2015
  • Future-Worm as Chad Gold, Nils (voices) from 2016 to 2018
  • Star War Rebels as Erskin Semaj, Imperial Tech (voices) in 2017
  • Duck Tales as Mark Beaks (voice) from 2017 to 2021
  • Swedish Dicks as Rick in 2018
  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant as Donatello (voice) from 2018 to 2020
  • Star Wars Resistance as Neeku Vozo (voice) from 2018 to 2020
  • The Neighbourhood as Trevor in 2019
  • Love, Death, and Robots as K-VRC (voice) in 2019 and 2022
  • 101 Dalmatian Street as Dylan Dalmatian (voice) from 2019 to 2020
  • Modern Family as Car in 2019
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars as Worker (voice) in 2020
  • Mythic Quest as Young C.W. Longbottom from 2020 to 2021
  • The Mighty Ones as Twig, Mud Puddle (voices) from 2020 till now
  • Rugrats as Daxton, Borfball, Invisible Eater (voices) from 2021 to 2022
  • It’s Pony as Kyle in 2021

Film appearances, roles, and years;

  • The Internship as Lyle Spaulin in 2013
  • Welcome to Happiness as Ripley in 2015
  • The Rumperbutts as Richie in 2015
  • The Belko Experiment as Keith McLure in 2016
  • Unleashed ad Luke in 2016
  • Max Steel as Max Steel in 2016
  • Baked in Brooklyn as David in 2016
  • Where’s the Money as Clarke in 2017
  • Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss as a Cultist in 2018
  • Front Runner As Doug Wilson in 2018
  • What Men Want as Brandon Wallace in 2019
  • All My Life as Eric Bronitt in 2020
  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant: The Movie as Donatello in 2022
  • Sniper: Rogue Mission as Pete in 2022
  • Bromates as Sid in 2022
  • Old Dads as TBA in 2023
  • Sniper G.R.I.T (Global Response and Intelligent Team) as Pete in 2023
  • Carry on as TBA in 2023

Brener’s also appeared in the 2020 Grounded Video Game as BURG.L and also the Champion music video as Simulation User in 2017.

Some of Brener’s Quotes From His Acting Projects

It’s super fun to get to do the inner monologue stuff, and we’re actually doing a lot of the V.O. just on set, both before and after the scenes. But I’m also excited to just get in the ADR booth, like, six months from now and be like, ‘What’s funny now?” – Josh Brener 

I am very lucky to spend a great deal of time with Taraji in this movie and not only is she a delightful, funny, hilarious person, she is also very kind and patient with me because I am bad at acting.” – Josh Brener 


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