Patton Oswalt Net Worth 2019, Biography, Education, and Career
Patton Oswalt Net Worth 2019 – Patton Oswalt is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and voice actor.
He is famous for roles such as Spencer Olchin in the sitcom The King of Queens, voicing Remy in the film Ratatouille (2007), and playing multiple identical brothers, the Koenigs, on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Patton Oswalt was born in 1969 in Portsmouth, Virginia. His nationality is American and ethnicity is mixed(Italian/Sicilian, German, English, Scottish, Irish). His mother’s name is Carla Oswalt and father’s name is Larry J. Oswalt. He has a brother named Matt Oswalt.
Patton Oswalt married True Crime’s writer and journalist, Michelle McNamara, on 24th September 2005. Patton even has an eight-year-old daughter, Alice, with first wife Michelle McNamara.
On 21st April 2016, Patton’s wife Michelle McNamara expired due to a lethal combination of prescription drugs that affected her heart condition- she was on anxiety medication, Xanax, and Fentanyl. McNamara died in her sleep in the family’s Los Angeles Apartment.
Within one year of his wife’s death, Patton Oswalt got engaged to Meredith Salenger, an American actress as well as a legal mediator, in July 2017.
Meredith announced their engagement through social media. The twosome has not, however, confirmed yet when they’ll walk down the aisle.
Patton attended the College of William & Mary and graduated in the year 1991.
During his career, he started doing stand-up comic drama in the late 1980s and went ahead to compose for MAD TV and got his own particular HBO comic drama unique in 1996. Oswalt had a long-running part on “The King of Queens”. His initially featuring film part was in the Pixar film “Ratatouille” as the voice of Remy.
He has additionally shown up in various movies and TV programs including “Magnolia”, “Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa”, “Lobotomy”, “Good times TV Roast of William Shatner”, “Fun times TV Roast of Flavor Flav”, “The United States of Tara”, “Youthful Adult”, and “Over two Men”.
In addition, he has had various Comedy Central specials highlighting his standup drama. Starting at 2013, Oswalt portrays the TV program “The Goldbergs”.