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Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

Edward Parker Helms is an American actor, comedian, and singer who is popular for his work as a correspondent on The Daily Show.

Ed Helms was born on 24 January 1974, as Edward Parker Helms in Atlanta, Georgia, the USA. As of 2019, his age is 45 years old with his birth sign Aquarius. Ed is the son of John A. Helms(father) and Pamela Ann(mother).

His father was a lawyer, insurance executive, and Navy veteran whereas his mother was a school administrator. He holds an American nationality and belongs to English, Irish, German, Dutch, and French ethnicity.

Family and Childhood

Also, he is the youngest of three children and has a sister named Susan Carol Helms Daley, and a brother named John Paxton Helms. Regarding his education, he graduated from The Westminster School in 1992. Then, he entered Oberlin College as a geology major but ended up graduating in 1996 with his B.A. in film theory and technology. After, that, he spent a semester as an exchange student at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

He is a recipient of an honorary degree of Doctor of Fine Arts from Knox College, where he delivered the 2013 Commencement Address. Likewise, Helms gave the convocation speech at Cornell University in May 2014. Later in May 2015, he gave the valedictory speech at the University of Virginia.

Ed Helms’s Career

Ed began his career as a writer and performer with New York City sketch comedy bands. Also, he worked as a trainee movie editor at Crew Cuts, a post-production facility in New York City. After that, Ed made his movie debut in the 2004 movie Black bailed: The Bobby Dukes Story, in which he played Bunker Mc Laughlin. Moreover, he began working as a correspondent on The Daily Show in 2005 and left the show in 2006.

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Caption: Ed Helms in the movie Cedar Rapids

Then, he played the lead character as Andy Bernard in the TV series The Office from 2006 to 2013. Helms also starred in the 2011 movie Cedar Rapids. Also, he co-starred in the blockbuster The Hangover movie trilogy as Stuart Price. Further, he won the “Teen Choice Award- Choice Movie: Hissy Fit” for his performance in The Hangover Part II in 2011. Helmes also voiced the character Benjamin Krupp / Captain Underpants in Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017).

What is the Net Worth and Salary of Ed Helms?

According to the sources, the estimated net worth of this talented actor is around $20 million as of 2019. He made this whopping net worth from his acting career. However, he has not mentioned his actual salary. But it is said that he made around $15 million from his roles in The Hangover films.

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Caption: Ed Helms in a luxurious car

Doing the remarkable roles in the movies surely made him wealthy. Besides acting, he collected this whopping net worth even from the endorsements and several commercial advertisements. So, without any doubt, he is spending a very luxurious life with a net worth.

Does Ed Helms Have a Wife?

Helms is not a married man, he has always kept his personal life private and out of the spotlight. He usually doesn’t like to talk about his private life in the media and public. Also, he prefers people to focus on his work rather than his personal life. So, he hasn’t mentioned his affairs publically and has managed to keep it low profile.

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Caption: Ed Helms being a single

There is no record of his marriage and divorce until now. He has also not clarified about his married life, affair, girlfriend, and spouse until the present time. Currently, Ed is focusing on his work and it seems like he doesn’t have time for love affairs. According to the records, he is probably single at the present time.

Helms’s Body Statistics

Helms stands at a height of 6 feet with his body weighs around 75 kg. Similarly, he has brown hair and blue eyes. He is a person with a mesmerizing personality. But regarding his other body measurement are unknown. Helms is very active on social sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. He has around 1.08 million followers on his Twitter and more than 775k followers on his Instagram account. Likewise, he has 216k followers on Facebook.

Facts of Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

Full NameEd Helms
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 24, 1974
Age 48 years 5 months
Horoscope Aquarius
Place Of BirthAtlanta, Georgia, United States
Height6 ft (1.83 m)
ProfessionComedian, Actor, Voice Actor, Television producer, Screenwriter, Singer
EducationOberlin College (1996), The Westminster Schools (1992)
ParentsJohn Helms, Pamela Parker
SiblingsChris Helms
NicknamesEdward Helms , Edward Paul Helms , Edward Parker Helms , Edward Parker "Ed" Helms , Helms , Chuck E. Cheese , Edward Paul "Ed" Helms
AwardsTeen Choice Award for Choice Hissy Fit: Film, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, TV Land Future Classic Award
NominationsTeen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Chemistry, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Rockstar Moment, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Comedy
MoviesVacation, The Hangover, The Hangover Part II, The Hangover Part III, We're the Millers, The Lorax, Bastards, Love the Coopers, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, Cedar Rapids, Meet Dave, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, Evan Almighty, Semi-Pro, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, I'll Believe You, Harold & Kumar ...
TV ShowsWilfred, The Office, The Office: Subtle Sexuality, The Daily Show, The Office: The Girl Next Door

Quotes of Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

# Quote
1 Mindy Kaling embodies the trifecta of being brilliant, wonderful and hilarious. Because that is statistically impossible, it can mean only one thing: she was created by an evil scientist to lull us into a giddy stupor in order to control our minds. To be made fun of by Mindy is to feel special.
2 [on being described as a 'star'] Star? That's just sort of this label that other people generate. It's not something that feels very different while you're just walking around every day. It's kind of like a birthday, like 'How does it feel to be 35?'. I'm still the same idiot I was before.
3 [on The Office (2005) after Steve Carell left the show] Steve's departure was a massive heartbreak because he's one of the funniest human beings on earth - and one of the most benevolent, wonderful guys you'll ever work with. But that departure also offered all of us this incredible opportunity to just step away and reinvent this show in a way that few shows have the opportunity to do.
4 (2011, on his character on The Office (2005)) This may come as a surprise, given the nature of my job, but I am very guarded and contemplative. I'm not a naturally boisterous person. "Andy Bernard" is a bit of a wish fulfillment for me, because I absolutely envy how passionate he is. If Andy's in love with somebody, everybody knows it. He just puts it out there. It's his saving grace, in the midst of all his other social handicaps.
5 (2011, on his worst hangover) For me it's less about the physical effects than the remorse. I think I'm a fairly obnoxious drunk, so I'll wake up the next morning just racked with guilt, replaying every conversation I had the night before and every terrible thing that came out of my mouth. I read that's part of the chemical process of alcohol going through your body. It engenders feelings of guilt and depression.
6 (2011, on if people try to buy him drinks because of his Hangover fame) If I'm in a bar, frat boys will usually try to buy me shots. But I'm not much of a boozer anymore. I certainly had my share of ragers during my 20s, but I think it had more to do with geography than age. I lived in New York City for most of my 20s, and then I moved to Los Angeles when I was 32 or 33. L.A. is all about automobiles, and New York is about public transportation or taxis. So alcohol consumption isn't as automatic as it was when I was in New York.
7 (On filming The Hangover Part II (2011) in Bangkok) We exploited its dark underbelly with great enthusiasm in the movie. We shot in some interesting neighborhoods, what you might call "sketchy", that most tourists probably wouldn't visit. You take a vacation to a place like Thailand and you're ready for the excitement of something new and foreign. But when you're working 14-hour days, all you want is something familiar to ground you. And there's just nothing there. Even the American things, such as Starbucks or a hamburger joint, felt different in Bangkok.
8 I try to explain to people that you get the roles that are right when they're right. If you have a nerd character but you're kind of a cool guy, you're probably not going to get the nerd part. The nerd is going to get the nerd part. You know, someone like me.
9 (2009 - On living in L.A.) I'm kind of embarrassed by how quickly I adjusted to L.A. I really love it. It's so pleasant. I lived in New York for 10 years, I loved it, I never second-guessed it. There were definitely times when I thought, "I will never leave this place". And I kind of got into that center-of-the-universe mindset. And then, my last couple years, I was traveling so much for those The Daily Show (1996) field segments that I really got kind of beaten down, and for the first time, I would land at LaGuardia and get this heavy feeling like, "Ugh, I have to deal with New York City again. It's gonna stink, it's so hot in the summer". All the hardships of city life start to outweigh the convenience and fun of city life. I think that had a lot to do with the fact that I was traveling every week, almost, and I was just in and out of the city constantly. I didn't feel very stable. And then when I got to L.A. and started work on The Office (2005), it was so pleasant. It was such a change of pace. I would just go to work every day, the weather was beautiful, and I had this nice kind of Zen time in my car between work and home.

Quick Facts of Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

# Fact
1 $5,000,000
2 Helms is an accomplished harmonica player as he demonstrated to Bear Grylls on the Adventure-Survival series, Running Wild (Season 2).
3 Got food poisoning during the shooting of The Hangover Part II (2011) after eating street food in Bangkok. He actually filmed some scenes for the movie while being severely sick.
4 He has English, as well as smaller amounts of Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), German, Dutch, and French ancestry.
5 Was nicknamed "Chuck E. Cheese" when he was in school.
6 Plays bluegrass guitar and banjo in various bands.
7 Lived in New York City for 10 years.
8 Plays the banjo and piano, and has played both in some of his TV and movie appearances. Wrote and sang "Stu's Song" in The Hangover (2009).
9 Went to Westminster High School in Atlanta, Georgia, with Brian Baumgartner, fellow cast member on The Office (2005).
10 Graduated from Oberlin College.
11 Has done much voiceover work for companies such as Lycos,, Burger King, etc..

Trademarks of Ed Helms Bio, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids, Height

# Trademark
1 Often sings in his roles
2 Often plays characters who appear meek at first, but show their strengths by the end.

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