Nick Blaemire Net Worth is
Nick Blaemire Biography
Nicholas Caplan Blaemire was born on the 1st July 1985, in Washington, D.C., USA, and is a musician, composer, songwriter as well as an actor who is probably best known for his own Broadway musical appearance in “Glory Days”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this multi-talented artist has accumulated so far? How rich Nick Blaemire is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Blaemire’s net worth, as of early 2018, revolves around the sum of $14 million, acquired primarily through his career in the theatre and moviemaking industry, active since the late 2000s.
Nick Blaemire Net Worth $14 Million
Although a native of Washington, D.C., Nick grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, where he also discovered his passion for theatre and performing at a very early age. After high school, he enrolled at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, from which he graduated in 2006 majoring in its music program. Nick then moved to New York City, where he landed his first major engagement as a member of an off-Broadway musical production – “Altar Boyz” – with which he also toured the States. This whole involvement provided the basis of Nick Blaemire’s current net worth.
This was followed by his acting involvement in Broadway’s stage play based on John Water’s eponymous movie – “Cry-Baby”. Simultaneously, Blaemire also wrote the complete music as well as the lyrics for the original musical production – “Glory Days”, which premiered at the reputable Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia, before transferring to Broadway’s Square Theatre in mid-2008. Although short-lived, it was warmly received by the critics, helping Nick Blaemire to establish his career and also to add a significant amount to the total of his wealth.
In 2008, Nick Blaemire’s movie acting career was set on the rising path when he starred in Bett Simon’s comic crime movie – “Assassination of a High School President” – with Bruce Willis in the leading role, which was followed by his small screen debut with an appearance in an episode of “The Battery’s Down” TV series. In the course of the next several years, Nick appeared in several other popular TV series, including “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “The Big C”, “The Good Wife”, “Zero Hour” and “The Blacklist”, as well as movies such as “Damsels in Distress” (2011), “Gods Behaving Badly” (2013) and “Beach Pillows” (2014). It is certain that all these accomplishments have helped Nick Blaemire to dramatically increase the overall size of his net worth by a large margin.
Additionally, some of Nick Blaemire’s most recent engagements include scripting several episodes of “The Next Four Years” TV series, as well as writing, producing and directing work on the short video entitled “Keep”. Doubtlessly, all these endeavors made an impact on the Nick Blaemire’s total revenues.
When it comes to the personal life of Nick Blaemire, despite being in front of the cameras often, he has managed to keep it quite private and far from the media, as there aren’t much relevant data about any romantic connections or love affairs. However, through his posts on social media networks on which he has been followed by more than 10,000 fans, it has been publically acknowledged that he is married to a girl who goes under the alias ananogi.
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 1, 1985|
|Place Of Birth||Washington, D.C., USA|
|Education||University of Michigan|
|Nominations||Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Musical|
|1||Is the youngest person ever to have written a Broadway musical (Glory Days) while also performing in another Broadway musical (Cry-Baby) at the same time.|
|Gods Behaving Badly||2013||Dana|
|The Blacklist||2013||TV Series||Analyst #2 (War Room)|
|Zero Hour||2013||TV Series||Tim|
|The Good Wife||2012||TV Series||Sgt. Wade Compton|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2011||TV Series||'Godspell' Ensemble|
|The Big C||2011||TV Series||Owen|
|Damsels in Distress||2011||Freak Astaire|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||2011||TV Series||Nathan|
|The Battery's Down||2008||TV Series||Nick|
|Assassination of a High School President||2008||Byron|
|The Next Four Years||2017||TV Series 8 episodes|
|Laid Off||2012||TV Series original music by|
|Show People with Paul Wontorek||2016||TV Series||Himself|