|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date of Birth||Apr 2, 1975 (47 years old)|
How much is Pedro Pascal Net worth?
Pedro Pascal is an actor who was born in Chile and now lives in the U.S. His net worth is $10 million. In the 1990s, he started his career by appearing in a number of TV shows as a guest star. As time went on, Pedro finally broke through to a wide audience with “Game of Thrones.” Soon after, Pascal had more roles in shows like “Narcos,” but it wasn’t until he was the main character in “The Mandalorian” that he became a worldwide star. Pascal is now known as “Mando” all over the world because of the Disney+ show that put him on the map.
Pascal has also done a lot of work in movies, in addition to his work on TV. “The Great Wall,” “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” and “The Equalizer 2” are some of his best-known movies. Pedro was in movies like “Triple Frontier” and “Wonder Woman 1984” at the end of the 2010s.
On April 2, 1975, José Pedro Balmaceda Pascal was born in Santiago, Chile. Pascal was raised by two doctors and three siblings. Because of political unrest in his home country, he and his family had to move to Denmark. His parents were socialists, so they left the country and went to Denmark to get political asylum. Pedro later said in an interview that his family was “lucky to get out alive.”
The Pascals lived in Denmark at first, but they soon moved back to the United States. Then, Pedro grew up in Orange County, California, and Texas. During his early years, Pascal became passionate about swimming and drama, although he eventually abandoned athletics to focus solely on acting. Pedro went to the Orange County School of the Arts after he graduated from high school. He then went to New York University to study at the famous Tisch School of the Arts. At this time, Pascal moved to New York and has lived there ever since.
In the 1990s, Pedro got his start in acting with a few TV roles. During this time, he was on shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” He was on shows like “The Good Wife,” “Homeland,” “The Mentalist,” and “Law & Order” in the 2000s. Pascal started to become better known in 2013 when he got lead roles in shows like “Graceland” and “Game of Thrones.” He played a character on the HBO show called “The Red Viper.” Pedro’s career moved forward again in 2015 when he was cast as a DEA agent in the Netflix show “Narcos.” In the same year, he also got a big part in the movie “Bloodsucking Bastards,” which was about vampires. He had a good year, and he ended it by appearing in the music video for “Fire Meet Gasoline” with Heidi Klum.
Pascal has stayed close to the theater world throughout his career. Some of his most famous roles on stage were in “Orphans,” “Maple and Vine,” “Beauty of the Father,” “Based on a Totally True Story,” “Sand,” “Old Comedy,” “Some Men,” and Shakespeare in the Park’s “Macbeth” in 2006.
Pedro got back into movies in 2017 when he had a part in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” In the same year, he had another part in “The Great Wall.” “The Equalizer 2” came out in 2018, and Pedro was in it. Pascal got what might be the biggest role of his career in 2019, when he was cast in “The Mandalorian.” Since the Disney+ show has become so popular, he has become a pop culture icon. Pedro acted in movies like “Triple Frontier” and “Wonder Woman 1984” over the next few years.