Hank Azaria Net Worth 2023

 Hank Azaria is a famous American actor, better known for his work on the Simpsons, but also for various roles that brought her glory and fortune to Hollywood.

 Born in Queens, New York, in 1964, Hank Azaria is a child of Jews Oriental seforades. Both parents were immigrant children from Greece. His father, Albert Azaria, owned and operated a seamstress and Hank and two of his sisters were mainly raised by their mother, Ruth. Before you get married, she worked at Columbia, promoting movies in South America and running fluently Spanish. Hank liked to read the scripts she had at home and act for her family.  He attended Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills and was interested in acting after playing a role in a school school at the age of 16. Albert and Ruth encouraged him to pursue a career in Show Business and Hank registered at the University of Tuftes to study drama. After a short sprinkle at the theater, Hank moved to Los Angeles to pursue a television career. He had several minor television and cinema roles, including that of Nitty: execution and resisted comedy on the side.  In 1989, Hank joined the distribution of simpsons. By starting as a minor voice actor, he finally had to run many roles, including Moe, Wiggum, APU, Guy Cartoon, Carl Carlson, Cletus Spuckler, Fish Professor, Dr. Nick Riviera, Lou, Kirk Van Houten , Kirk Van Houten, the sea captain, Superintendent Chalmers, Disco Stu, Duffman and Wiseguy. He has also made many unique characters too. Hank made a name like a real Huff TV actor, play the Huffstodt Craig "Huff" psychiatrist, a role that brought him an appointment for the outstanding main actor in a series of drama. Hank Azaria Net is estimated at $ 73 million. Most of it came from his voice acting in the Simpsons, where he would have been paid $ 300,000 per episode. He also gained money from his actor, as well as writing.

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