Published On: Sun, Sep 24th, 2017

Jim Parsons Net Worth; How Much Is Jim Parsons Net Worth?

Jim Parsons Net Worth in 2018: $70 Million

Jim Parsons is an American television personality, producer and film actor; he is best known for his role Sheldon Cooper in the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory and now his total net worth according to different sources is $70 million.

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The American actor James Joseph Parsons was born on March 24, 1973 to Milton Joseph and Judy Ann in Houston, Texas; from childhood age he was determined to become a actor.

He started his career at the age of six when starred in school production stage drama The Elephant’s Child and in the university during three years, he appeared about 17 plays where he performed well.

After completing his graduation in 2001, he moved to New York to pursue his career as an actor while he worked with Off-Broadway productions.

Through which he appeared in many shows on television screen, later he was casted in show Judging Amy and Ed series through which he got his national recognition as one of the best actors in US.

He tried hard to find a good show but he auditioned for many shows, more of them failed to launch while when Parsons read the script of The Big Bang Theory.

He became happy and this role gave him breakthrough in his acting career while now he is famous all over the world and according to an estimate he is earning about from this right now $1 million per episode.

Parsons has appeared in numerous films as well as in several television series, through which he earned a lot of fortunes while he has received many awards in his career.

Like TCA Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, Critics’ Choice Television Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Teen Choice Awards, TV Guide Award, People’s Choice Awards with others and now his total net worth is $70 million.

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