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Brian Baumgartner Net Worth

Brian Baumgartner Net Worth and Salary: Brian Baumgartner is an American film and television actor who has a net worth of $8 million. Brian is is best known for portraying Kevin Malone on the hit TV series, “The Office”. Brian appeared as a main cast member on the series full run.

Brian Baumgartner Early Life

Early Life: Brian Baumgartner was born on November 29, 1972, in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Holy Innocents Episcopal School and The Westminister Schools. At The Westminister Schools he was one grade above his future Office co-star Ed Helms.

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Brian Baumgartner Info
Net Worth$8 Million
Date of BirthNovember 29, 1972 (age 50 years)
Height6 ft (1.85 m)
ProfessionActor, Television producer
NationalityUnited States of America

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It was really tough as a kid going to a Braves game. It was a guaranteed loss. You're looking at 100 losses a year. I was a huge baseball fan, played it for quite a while. But when '91 happened, with Smoltz and Glavine, it turned around, and I will say it made it pretty sweet.

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For me, it was a lot of hard work doing theater eight nights a week around the country, going from job to job.

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The show is called 'The Office,' and while it focuses on the people, the architecture of the space is very important.

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I had a shih tzu dog for 12 years - we were different in size but he was certainly man's best friend, he was my little guy.

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I moved to Los Angeles, and 'The Office' became successful, and the charity/cocktail party circuit is really not my scene. But I played golf, and I started getting invited to charity golf events, and I just fell in love with the game ten-fold, and at a lot of these events, there were athletes.

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