Bill Hader Net Worth 2022: Salary, Cars, House, Income

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Who is Bill Hader?

William Thomas Hader Jr. is an actor, comedian, and filmmaker from the United States.

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Bill Hader Car Collection

Bill Hader's car brands include the Rolls-Royce Phantom Serenity and the Aston Martin One-77.

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Bill Hader Biography

Bill Hader was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 7th, 1978. Bill, who was raised with two younger sisters, suffered in school and was often kidding about.

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Bill Hader Net Worth

Bill Hader is an actor, writer, and comedian from the United States with a net worth of $12 million.

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Bill Hader House

LOCATION: Pacific Palisades, CA PRICE: $3,050,000 SIZE: 3,400 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathroom

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Bill Hader Relationship

Bill Hader married Maggie Carey, a screenwriter and filmmaker, in 2006. The couple had three children over the course of their marriage.

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Bill Hader Height & Weight

Bill Hader 's Height is 6 Feet 1 Inches tall and his Weight is 176 lbs (80 kilograms).

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Bill Hader Awards

- Primetime Emmy Award - Satellite Award - Writers Guild of America Award - Outstanding Animated Program

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Bill Hader Education

Bill studied in: - Cascia Hall Preparatory School - Edison Preparatory School - IO Theater

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Bill Hader Career

Bill Hader dropped out of college and relocated to Los Angeles in order to pursue a career as a filmmaker.

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Bill Hader Voice Acting

Hader has worked on animated shows as a voice actor. In the video game "Grand Theft Auto IV," he also voiced a character.

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Bill Hader Facts

- He is allergic to peanut - When he first went to LA, he wanted to be a director. - While performing a comedy event, he met his wife.

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Bill Hader Summary

Bill Hader is most known for his roles in the spoof 'Documentary Now,' the animated series 'South Park,' and the variety show 'Saturday Night Live.

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