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Clark Duke was born on 5 May 1985, in Glenwood, Arkansas USA, of Swiss, English, Scottish, and German descent. Duke is an actor, best known for appearing in several popular films such as “Kick-Ass”, “Hot Tub Time Machine” and “A Thousand Words”. He’s also made numerous guest appearances on television, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Clark Duke? As of late-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $4 million, mostly earned through a successful career as an actor which began when he was just six years old. Some of the series he’s been a part of include “Greek”, “The Office” and “Two-and-a-Half Men”. As he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.
Clark Duke Net Worth $4 million
At a young age, Clark was already involved in acting, being part of the sitcom “Hearts Afire” which earned him a nomination for a Young Artist Award under the category, “Outstanding Actor Under Ten in a Television Series”. He also appeared in several commercials for companies such as Kellogg’s and Toyota. Afterwards, he took an almost decade long break from acting to pursue studies.
Clark met actor Michael Cera while attending college in Los Angeles and the two would eventually become best friends. They created the series “Clark and Michael” in which both of them play fictional versions of themselves; the series was directed by Duke and presented during their college thesis at Loyola Marymount University, and the show would eventually be picked up by CBS for a web series. Clark started to gain popularity through it, and then became a regular in the series “Greek” as the Christian dorm roommate Dale. He then appeared in “Superbad” in a small role, and in 2008 became part of the “Drunk History Volume 2” alongside Jack Black, with Michael Cera appearing during the first volume. Duke’s net worth was well established.
Duke became the co-star of his first major motion picture, “Sex Drive” – based on the novel entitled “All the Way” – which is about a high school graduate who tries to hook up with a girl he met online, and goes on a cross-country road trip with friends. He was then cast in the film “A Thousand Words” alongside Eddie Murphy though it remained unreleased until 2012. He was also a part of “Kick-Ass” which was an independent film co-produced with Brad Pitt and based on the comic book of the same name. He was then cast in “Hot Tub Time Machine” playing the role of the nephew of John Cusack’s character. In 2010, he made a cameo in the music video “Erase Me” by Kid Cudi. His net worth was improving.
In 2013, Clark did his first animated voice work in the film “The Croods”, in which he voiced Thunk. He also became a part of the final season of the American version of “The Office” and reprised his role in “Kick-Ass 2”.
For his personal life, Clark apparently remains single, but it is known that he loves spending time with children and often visits his cousin’s children. He and Michael Cera also continue to collaborate on numerous projects.