Jay Baruchel Net Worth

Jay Baruchel Net Worth

Jay Baruchel net worth and salary: Jay Baruchel is a Canadian actor and comedianwho has a net worth of $6 million dollars. He is best known for his roles in Million Dollar Baby, Knocked Up, and Tropic Thunder, as well as She’s Out of My League, How to Train Your Dragon, and This is the End, in which he starred. He was born in Ottawa, Ontario to Robyne, a freelance writer, and Serge, who sells antiques. Baruchel’s first notable roles was in 1996 when he played in the television series, My Hometown. He also worked as a co-host for Popular Mechanics for Kids in 1997 and 1998. It was then he began taking on more regular work in both movies and television shows, before making his big break as an aspiring fighter in Million Dollar Baby. He has also worked as a voice actor, most notably as the main character in How to Train Your Dragon and its sequel. Before their break up in 2013, Baruchel was engaged to Canadian actress Alison Pill for three years. Baruchel is noting for having a number of tattoos, some of which have been seen on screen. He boasts a Celtic cross, his mother’s maiden name, and a red maple leaf, which has made at least four on-screen appearances.

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Jay Baruchel Info
Net Worth$6 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthApril 9, 1982 (age 39 years)
GenderMale
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor, Comedian, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
NationalityCanada

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You grow up skinny in Canada; in working-class Montreal, you’re definitely the underdog.

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I am a proud Montrealer. Jobs will take me where they take me, but nothing will ever be able to convince me to leave my home.

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I enjoy acting, and it’s given me a ton of happiness and it’s affected my life and my family’s lives in ways that we just can’t imagine.

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I think sports makes for good drama because it has all the same ingredients as anything worth reading or listening to or watching. Conflict, desire, heartbreak – it’s all there.

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The hockey I was raised on, the hockey I understand, the hockey that my dad taught me about when I was a boy was intrinsically connected with fighting. I grew up in a house where we revered tough guys.

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