About Tim Blake Nelson
It has been reported that the total sum of Tim Blake Nelson net worth is as high as 5 million dollars, according to the recent estimations. Tim Blake Nelson is a popular actor, but in addition to this career, he is a director and writer. Thus, all of these involvements have played a huge role in increasing the overall size of Tim Blake Nelson net worth.
He was born in 1964 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His mother is a respected philanthropist in his hometown, whereas his father is a geologist. Tim Blake Nelson grew up in a Jewish family. He was studying at the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts and Conference Center in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. In 1982, Tim Blake Nelson graduated from Holland Hall School. Also, he is a graduate of Brown University. In 1990, Tim Blake Nelson became a graduate of the Julliard School.
In 1992, Tim Blake Nelson appeared in his first stage play, which was at Seattle Repertory Theatre and was called “Eye of God”. In the period of 1989-1991, he was appearing on the comedy show on HA, called “The Unnaturals”. In this show, he was appearing next to John Mariano, Siobhan Fallon Hogan and Paul Zaloom.
In 2008, Tim Blake Nelson appeared in the film called “The Incredible Hulk”, where he played the role of Samuel Sterns. In 2001, he appeared as a narrator of the audiobook called “At the Altar of Speed: The Fast Life and Tragic Death of Dale Earnhardt, Sr.”. Thus, all of these appearances have also increased the total size of Tim Blake Nelson net worth.
As a stage actor, Tim Blake Nelson has appeared in plays at theatres, such as Manhattan Class Company, Manhattan Theater Club, Soho Repertory Theater, Central Park’s Open Air Theater, Playwrights Horizons and New York Theater Workshop. Tim Blake Nelson has had roles in such productions as “Troilus and Cressida”, “Richard III” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Therefore, his stage work has also added up to the overall amount of Tim Blake Nelson net worth. Tim Blake Nelson has appeared as a director of some film versions of his plays, including “Eye of God” and “The Grey Zone”. Also, he wrote as well as directed two screenplays, called “Leaves of Grass” and “Kansas”. For his work as a director, he was awarded, as well. He is a recipient of the Tokyo Bronze Prize at the Tokyo International Film Festival and the Best Director Award at the Seattle International Film Festival, in addition to some others.