Facts of Tim Allen Networth
|Full Name||Timothy Alan Dick|
|Birth Name||Timothy Alan Dick|
|Birth City||Denver, Colorado|
|Father Name||Gerald M. Dick|
|Father Profession||Real Estate Agent|
|Mother Name||Martha Katherine Fox|
|Mother Profession||Community-Service Worker|
|No Of Children||2|
|Awards||People's Choice Award,TV Guide Award,Kids' Choice Award|
|Filmography||Toy Story,Toy Story 2,Toy Story 3,Toy Story 4,The Santa Clause,Wild Hogs,Home Improvement,Last Man Standing|
|Education||Seaholm High School, Western Michigan University|
|Date of Birth||June 13,1953|
|Married Date||October 7,2006|
"TO INFINITY, AND BEYOND!" - You can't have been a child in the '90s and not have heard the immortal words of space ranger Buzz Lightyear. But did you know that the beloved character is voice by Tim Allen? The same Tim Allen that currently plays the main character, Mike Baxter, in the ABC/Fox sitcom Last Man Standing?
Indeed, we have seen many faces of Tim Allen. He is a 45-year veteran of cinema and has 50 acting credits to his name. As of March 2020, he is also worth $80 million.
In this article dedicated to the man behind one of the most iconic characters in pop culture, Buzz Lightyear, we look at Tim Allen's career, his personal life, and a breakdown of his net worth.
How Tim Allen Made His Net Worth Of $80 Million?
Tim Allen is a 45-year veteran of cinema and, to date, has 50 acting credits to his name.
Tim wasn't always an actor: in fact, he started in showbiz as a comedian in 1975. He quickly gained a small fan following and started appearing in commercials and televised comedy shows.
A novice of acting, his fortunes turned when he landed the main role of Tim "The Tool-Man" Taylor in the ABC/Fox sitcom Home Improvement. The show ran for eight seasons from September 17, 1991, to May 25, 1999. At the pinnacle of the show's popularity, Tim was paid $1.25 million per episode.
Tim found further popularity starring in the 1994 Disney Christmas movie, The Santa Claus.
Tim voiced the character Buzz Lightyear in the 1995 Disney/Pixar computer-animated comedy movie, Toy Story alongside Tom Hanks. The movie was an overwhelming success and spawned three more sequels, with Allen reprising his role in all three installments.
After prominent roles in movies like Galaxy Quest alongside Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, and Sam Rockwell; The Santa Claus 2, The Santa Claus 3, and The Shaggy Dog, Tim returned to TV as the lead Mike Baxter, in the ABC sitcom, Last Man Standing. In recent seasons, Tim Allen has been paid $235,000 per episode.
The table below shows the box-office earnings of some of Tim Allen's most commercially successful movies:
|Movie Title||Budget (In $)||Box Office Earnings (In $)|
|The Santa Clause||22 million||189.8 million|
|Toy Story||30 million||373.6 million|
|373.6 million||90 million||497.4 million|
|The Santa Clause 2||65 million||172.9 million|
|Toy Story 3||200 million||1.067 billion|
|Toy Story 4||200 million||1.073 billion|
Tim Allen: Short Biography
Early Life, Childhood, And Education
Tim Allen was born Timothy Alan Dick on June 13, 1953, in Denver, Colorado. One of six children born to real estate broker Gerald M. Dick and his community-service worker wife Martha Katherine Fox, Tim, was brought up in an Episcopalian household.
He attended Seaholm High School and after graduation enrolled at Central Michigan University before transferring to Western Michigan University, where he received his Bachelor in Science degree in communications specializing in radio and television production.
Personal Life And Marriage
Tim was married to Laura Diebel for 19 years. They got married on April 7, 1984, during which Tim became a father for the first time to his daughter, Katherine, born in 1989. They separated in 1999, and their divorce was finalized on March 1, 2003.
Tim married for the second time to the actress Jane Hajduk on October 7, 2006. The ceremony was a private affair held in Grand Lake, Colorado. With Jane, Tim became a father for the second time when their daughter, Elizabeth, was born in March 2009.