Bob Odenkirk is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer who has a net worth of $16 million. Odenkirk is probably best known for his work on shows like “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” playing the role of a shady lawyer named Saul Goodman in both series. Prior to this mainstream success, Bob was mostly working behind the scenes as a comedy writer on numerous shows and making guest appearances in various projects.
Bob Odenkirk Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Bob Odenkirk's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Date of Birth||October 22, 1962 (age 60 years)||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Film director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Television producer, Voice Actor, Writer|
In 1987, Bob got a job as a comedy writer for “Saturday Night Live,” collaborating with writers such as Conan O’Brien and Robert Smigel on a number of sketches. Odenkirk spent the next 3 years working there, but never truly felt confident in his writing during this period. He also performed in a few skits on the show.
Inspirational Quotes by Bob Odenkirk
I pretty much live about 10 minutes from my office. I have two kids, and I have about 8 projects that I'm working on, so I basically just get up and go to work, and go home every night and play with my kids, so I don't really know.Bob Odenkirk
I'm about to go to Sundance for my 3rd year, and Sundance has never felt like a real independent festival at all. On the other hand, it might to start feel that way.Bob Odenkirk
I remember making 'Mr. Show,' thinking, 'Man this stuff is really funny to me.' I don't know if anyone else will love it, but I know I'm going to still watch it in 15 years if I'm still alive and laugh really hard. Even though we had very high standards, we were trying to excite and please ourselves.Bob Odenkirk
To me, great writing - and when you can really make something wonderful out of it as an actor - is when your character has a sense of self-awareness. It doesn't necessarily have to arc. It doesn't have to grow.Bob Odenkirk
My experience - and it might be just the kind of comedy that I do, which is usually sketch comedy - is that there's a lot more texture and subplot in drama than in comedy.Bob Odenkirk