Ed Helms Net Worth, Salary, Earnings & Endorsement

What is Ed Helms’ net worth?

As of 2022, Ed Helms’ net worth is estimated to be roughly $25 million. 

Edward “Ed” Parker Helms is an American actor, comedian, and singer from Atlanta.

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:Jan 24, 1974
Nationality:United States of America
Profession:Professional Actor


Edward Parker Helms is an American professional actor, singer, comedian and musician. He has played paper salesman Andy Bernard in the NBC sitcom. The Office a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, and starred as Stuart Price in The Hangover trilogy.

He starred in the comedy series Rutherford Falls.

The professional actor and Comedian, in 2021, has an estimated net worth of $25 million

Early Life

Helms was born, 24th January 1974, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is of English, Irish, German, Dutch, and French descent.
Helms had open-heart surgery at age thirteen to correct a serious congenital heart defect, which he described as supravalvular aortic and pulmonic stenosis.

According to Helms, the surgery lasted nine hours, and he was kept in an intensive care unit for one week after. Helms is the youngest child of his parent together with his older two(2) siblings.

He attended Interlochen Center for the Arts as a youth and graduated from The Westminster Schools’ one year after The Office castmate Brian Baumgartner in 1992. 

attended Oberlin College as a geologist, but ended up graduating in 1996 with his B.A. in film theory and technology. He spent a semester as an exchange student at New York City University’s Tisch School of Arts.

Helms was awarded an honorary Doctorate degree of Fine Arts, from Knox College, where he gave the 2013 Commencement. In May 2014, Helms gave the convocation speech at Cornell University, alma mater of Andy Bernard.

The character he portrayed for seven seasons on The Office.  The celebrity gave commencement speech at the University of Virginia, he has lots of achievement, this really made him outstanding.


When leaving from Oberlin, Helms begancomedy and acting career as a writer and performer with New York City sketch comedy bands, and studied improvisation with the Upright Citizens Brigade troupe. 

Helms concurrently worked as a trainee film editor at Crew Cuts, a post-production facility in New York City. While doing so, he recorded some rough sounds scratch tracks that eventually led to paying voiceover work, which in turn led to finding a talent agent.

The performing comedian in New York City, as he recalled in a 2005 interview, “The Daily Show had a sort of open audition with a casting company that I had dealt with.

I read for the part, and got it”. In his April 2002 to mid-2006 tenure on the satirical news program, Ed Helms contributed “field reports” in addition to hosting various segments of the show, such as “Digital Watch”, “Ad Nauseam”, and “Mark Your Calendar”. He has also contributed to the “This Week in God” segment.

His 2005 segment “Battle of the Bulge”, which focused on the wearing of Speedo bathing suits on the beaches of Cape May, New Jersey, and his “Mass. Hysteria” segment, in which he reported criticism of Massachusett when it became the first state to legalize gay marriage, are regarded by TV Guide as his signature segments on the program.

In August 2014, it was announced that Helms will star in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new Starz television drama series The One Percent, with Hilary Swank and Ed Harris, though he was later replaced by Greg Kinnear. 

Helms was also slated to serve as an executive producer on the upcoming television series adaptation of the web series Jake and Amir, whose pilot was later rejected by TBS. 

He co-created the Peacock sitcom Rutherford Falls with Sierra Teller Ornelas and Michael Schur.

Helms starred in the 2011 film Cedar Rapids and co-starred in the blockbuster The Hangover film trilogy as Stuart Price. He had minor roles, including Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, Meet Dave, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, I’ll Believe You, Evan Almighty.

He played the lead role, Rusty Griswold, in the 2015 film Vacation, a sequel/spin-off of the National Lampoon’s Vacation series. The movie began shooting in September 2014 in Helms’ native Atlanta, with Christina Applegate playing Rusty’s wife Debbie Griswold. 

In 2015, Helms starred in Jessie Nelson’s movie, Love the Coopers. In 2017, he starred in The Clapper (film) as Eddie Krumble, a paid audience member for infomercials and experiences a whirlwind of unwanted overnight fame after a late-night talk show host publicizes his frequent infomercial appearances.

Helms voiced the title role in the Dream-Works animated film Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017). He starred in the Paramount Pictures Naked Gun reboot. Helms played Joe Gargan in the 2018 film Chappaquiddick.

He’s achievement and career balance. Helms net worth is estimated $25 million.

Ed Helms Net Worth

Ed Helms is an American comedic actor who has a net worth of $25 million. Although Helms began his career as a stand-up comedian and voice-over artist, he eventually gained widespread notoriety as a film and television actor.

Helms is best known for his work as a correspondent on The Daily Show as well as playing Andy Bernard in the US version of ‘The Office’, Stuart Price in ‘The Hangover’ trilogy and, Mr. Kupp in ‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’.

Favorite Quotes

”There is something beautiful in the mundane if you take enough microscope to it and focus in on something that seems innocuous to begin with.” – Ed Helms

”I’ve been to Indonesia, but I’ve never been to Thailand. I hear the people are lovely, the food is delicious, and that the heat and humidity are lethal.” – Ed Helms

”Probably my favorite thing about watching a movie that I’m in the first time is to see all the things I didn’t know were happening in a scene around me.” – Ed Helms

”With the tiger, you’re always on edge, and you always have to keep your distance. The monkey is far less threatening so you’re more relaxed around the monkey, and I think that’s actually hazardous.” – Ed Helms

“It has been said that a rolling stone gathers no moss. I would add that sometimes a rolling stone also gathers no verifiable facts or even the tiniest morsels of journalistic integrity.”  – Ed Helms 


Edward Parker Helms is an American professional actor, singer, comedian and musician. He has played paper salesman Andy Bernard in the NBC sitcom. The Office a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, and starred as Stuart Price in The Hangover trilogy.

Ed Helms wealth and biography, being an hard working fellow, he focused on the career, these lead to his achievement and success, his net worth is estimated $25 million.

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