Aaron Paul Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Aaron Worth Now?

Aaron Paul arrives at the premiere of Exodus: Gods and Kings

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Aaron Paul is probably best known as “Jesse Pinkman” in the AMC series, Breaking Bad, but he’s had a surprising career beforehand. Ever since, he’s had prominent roles in other shows, like Bojack Horseman and The Path. With such big roles, you probably wonder how much someone like Paul is worth.

Well, we have the answer!


Aaron Paul Net Worth: $16 million

Aaron Paul’s net worth is $16 million. Showing the power of having a lucky “break” in life, one prominent role helped to make Paul a real powerhouse, and there is certainly more to come. Let’s look at his career.


The Early Years

Aaron Paul was born and raised in Idaho, the son of a Baptist minister. After graduating high school, he moved to Los Angeles, working as a movie theater usher and competing as a model. At this point in his career, Paul’s earliest acting roles were appearances in music videos, like Korn’s Thoughtless and Everlast’s White Trash Beautiful. He also appeared in television commercials for products like Juicy Fruit and Vanilla Coke. He also appeared as a contestant on The Price Is Right before becoming famous.


2008-2013

One of Paul’s first big acting roles was the recurring character, Scott Quittman on HBO’s Big Love, with 14 appearances, starting in 2007 and last on the show until 2011. His breakout role, however, was crystal meth dealer Jesse Pinkman on Breaking Bad. Originally, the character was meant to have been killed off during the first season, but the character and Paul’s performance were popular enough to keep him on the show for five seasons. The character’s popularity helped Paul win the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series three years in a row, in 2010, 2012 and 2014, making him the first actor to win three times since drama and comedy were given separate awards. Paul also cameoed as Pinkman during a couch gag on an episode of The Simpsons, “What Animated Women Want.”


2014-Present

In 2014, he joined the voice acting world, playing Todd Chavez on the Netflix cartoon, Bojack Horseman, on which he also served as an executive producer. In 2016, he took on a starring role in the Hulu series, The Path. He also had upcoming film roles in The Burning Woman and The Parts You Lose.

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