Ron Swanson Actor, Biography, net worth, wife, movies, meme, quotes, wiki

learnmorefacts Published:16th November 2017 Biography

Brief Summary

Ron Swanson, an actor, producer, writer, comedian and carpenter best known by his on-screen name as Ron Swanson was born on 26th of June, 1970 in Joliet, Illinois. The legend of Duke silver chose acting as his study subject in the academy before moving to Chicago, where he established an acting organization and made a decent living filling in as a craftsman. His huge break came when he handled the part of Ron Swanson on the sitcom Parks and Recreation for six years from 2009 to 2015 in which he was featured. Ron Swanson has in this way had parts in some movies and even printed two books.

Short Bio

Name: Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson)

Date of Birth: 26 June, 1970

Age: 47 (in 2017)

Birthplace: Joliet, Illinois, USA

Zodiac Sign: Cancer

Nationality: American

Ethnicity: White

Height: N/A

Weight: N/A

Net Worth: $4 million (estimated)

Personal life

Offerman married on-screen character Megan Mullally on September 20, 2003.They had their first encounter while acting in The Berlin Circle, and a play delivered by the Evidence Room Theater Company and made Megan his wife after dating her for a year and a half. While they were dating, Offerman showed up in a guest part on Mullally's sitcom, Will and Grace, in a 2001 Thanksgiving scene.

In later days, Mullally had a repeating part of Parks and Recreation as Ron Swanson's second previous wife, Tammy 2. The couple has likewise seemed together in movies, like, The Kings of Summer and Smashed, and in addition, performing voice work combinedly in Hotel Transylvania 2.

Offerman is a hardcore Chicago Cubs fan. He and his wife do riddles and play the guitar together in their leisure time.


In mid of the 1990s, Nick Offerman did reside in Chicago, where he took an interest in theatre companies like Steppenwolf, Goodman, and Wisdom Bridge. At Steppenwolf, he likewise functioned as a battle choreographer and ace craftsman. Amid this time, Offerman ended up noticeably familiar with Amy Poehler, who was vigorously involved with the Chicago improv parody scene.

Offerman has shown up in films, such as, November (2004), Cursed (2005), Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005), Sin City (2005), The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009), and The Kings of Summer (2013).

Since 2003, he has been hitched to Will and Grace on-screen character Megan Mullally. Offerman visitor featured on Will and Grace amid its fourth season as a plumber on the Thanksgiving scene and on King of Queens as a hobo. He has additionally shown up on his wife's television show, The Megan Mullally Show. In 2003, he showed up in three scenes of 24 and has a guest- featured in a scene of The West Wing.

He can be at present observed on the TV series Parks and Recreation on NBC as Ron Swanson. Preceding this, his most noticeable part was as Randy McGee on George Lopez. He was one of the labourers in the manufacturing plant and the loving enthusiasm of Benny Lopez. In 2003 he showed up in Gilmore Girls in the scene "The Festival of Living Art", and in 2005 in the scene "Always a Godmother, Never a God". Offerman was highlighted in an early scene of the HBO series Deadwood in which he played Tom Mason, endeavoured professional killer of Wild Bill Hickok. Offerman showed up in scene 15 of Monk's third season, "Mr Priest and the Election", as an assistant for the battle of Natalie Teeger.

In 2007, Offerman co-featured in the Comedy Central series American Body Shop. In the year 2009, Office makers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels offered Offerman (Ron Swanson) a consistent supporting part of their NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. Offerman acknowledged the part of Ron Swanson, the deadpan, government-hating leader of a parks department and supervisor of Leslie Knope, the protagonist played by Offerman's old colleague, Amy Poehler. Slate magazine confirmed Offerman "Parks and Recreation's mystery weapon", and said he frequently stole scenes and "has a present for the downplayed physical comic drama".

Offerman has additionally been highlighted in the Adult Swim series Children Hospital with Rob Corddry and Rob Huebel. He has said that supporting parts, like, that of Parks and Recreation are his optimal parts and that he draws specific motivation from Reverend Jim Ignatowski, the character played by Christopher Lloyd in the sitcom Taxi. He showed up in the 2012 movies 21 Jump Street as Captain Hardy and Casa de Mi Padre as DEA Agent Parker and will show up in The Lego Movie as Metalbeard. Ax Cop was also is one of the best-enlivened series of a similar name that was released on July 27, 2013.

Family life

Nick Offerman is a private person and has not opened up much about his family life in public. Nick, the actor who grew up in the great farm family in the landscape of Illinois is not a single child of his parents as he has a younger brother named as Matt Offerman.

Net worth and Salary

American film and TV on-screen character, Nick Offerman has an expected net worth of $4 million with a salary of $30,000 per episode of Parks and Recreation. He is best known for playing Ron Swanson in the sitcom Parks and Recreation.

Wiki and Facts

He gave his voice to Ice Age: Collision Course as well as voiced the character named Grandpa Mike in the animated highlight Hotel Transylvania. As per source, Nick was granted in the year 1997 as the ‘Joseph Jefferson Award Citation’ for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for "The Kentucky Cycle" at the Pegasus Players in Chicago, Illinois. Likewise, he is an astonishingly talented dancer and an expert woodworker, as he experienced childhood in the great farm family. Ron Swanson also shares his few Personal Quotes, which is available on the internet.

Post You may Like