Brandon Wardell Biography
|Date of Birth:||1992 , September-5|
|Age:||29 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
Brandon Wardell is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and writer who is well known for his work in Curb Your Enthusiasm, I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson and Like and Subscribe.
Early Life Information Of Brandon Wardell
Brandon Wardell was born Brandon Scott Wardell on September 5, 1992, in Seattle, Washington, U.S, and grew up in Northern Virginia. He is of American nationality while his ethnicity is missing. However, the information related to his parents and siblings is missing.
Talking about education, he completed his schooling at Robinson Secondary School. Later on, he joined Virginia Commonwealth University but dropped out to pursue a career in comedy.
Who Is Brandon Wardell Dating?
Brandon Wardell doesn't seem to be involved in any kind of dating relationship as of now. He seems to be one of those who have prefer to keep his personal life away from the media. Whether he is dating someone or not is unknown to all of his fans and followers.
He is active on Instagram where he has 64.4k followers as of mid-2021. None of his posts has hinted at his personal life.
His Career and Net Worth
Brandon Wardell has a net worth of $1 million as of 2021 from his career as an actor, comedian, and author. As per the IMDb, he has more than 15 acting credits in his name since 2015 and still adding on it.
He made his acting debut from his appearance in the TV series, Adult Wednesday as Intern. In the same years, she was seen in the TV series, Filthy Preppy Teen$. After this, he was seen in The 4th, Andy Haynes: A Message for America, Hot Takes, Drive Share, What Would Diplo Do?, Do You Want to See a Dead Body?.
His career got notable after he was seen in the comedy web series TV series, Like and Subscribe as Cody Clark. The other cast of the show includes Dillon Francis, Bree Essrig, Madeline Whitby, among others.
Following this, he has worked in several series such as The Real Bros of Simi Valley, Dope State, Twelve Forever, This Close, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Special, I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson.