Josh Brener’s Net Worth in 2020 , Wiki, Bio, Career and Quotes

Net Worth:$5 Million
Born:October 1, 1984
Country of Origin:United States of America
Source of Wealth:Professional Actor
Last Updated:2020


Josh Brener is an American actor from Houston. Brener is best known for playing Nelson Big Head’ Bighetti in the HBO comedy series ‘Silicon Valley’ and Dale in ‘The Big Bang Theory’.

As of 2020, Josh Brener’s net worth is roughly $5 Million dollars.

Early Life

Josh Max Brener was born on the 1st of October, 1984, in Houston, Texas. Brener is the son of Sharon and Daniel Brener. He was raised in a Jewish household. Brener attended Bellaire High School.

He graduated from Harvard University in 2007. Brener was the president of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.


Brener began his career in 2009, with brief roles in the short films ‘The Condom Killer’ and ‘The Guy Who Cured Cancer.’ He had a comparatively significant role as ‘Matty’ in the short ‘Sofia & Sam’ in 2009. The following year, Josh had a brief role in a short titled ‘Song in a Convenience Store.’

In 2011 and 2013, Josh appeared as ‘Dale’ in the popular ‘CBS’ sitcom ‘Big Bang Theory.’ He had a brief role as ‘Will Davis’ in an episode (2012) of the ‘Showtime’ comedy-drama ‘House of Lies.’

He did his first voice-over for the character ‘Chadd Gold’ in four episodes (2016–2018) of the ‘Disney XD’ comic science-fiction animated drama ‘Future-Worm!’

Josh essayed the role of Senator Gary Hart’s 1988 campaign policy advisor, Doug Wilson, in the 2018 political drama film ‘The Front Runner.’

Continuing with his voice-over roles, Josh voiced the characters ‘Dylan’ from the web series ‘101 Dalmatian Street’ and ‘K-VRC’ from the ‘Netflix’ adult science-fiction animation ‘Love, Death & Robots.’

As of 2020, Josh Brener’s net worth is $5 Million dollars.


Here are some of the best highlights of Josh Brener’s career:

  • Max Steel (Movie, 2016)
  • The Front Runner (Movie, 2018)
  • What Men Want (Movie, 2019)

Favorite Quotes From Josh Brener

“Pete Davidson has a mind that cannot be explained fully using what we know of physics and biology with modern science. He’s a brilliant, weird person. He has so much positive energy and youth, he has just so much youth. I’ve never seen such youth condensed into such a tall skinny package. I’m in love with him is what I’m saying.”– Josh Brener

“I am very lucky to spend a great deal of time with Taraji in this movie and not only is she a delightful, funny, hilarious person, she is also very kind and patient with me because I am bad at acting.”– Josh Brener

“I’ll just say that yesterday they were filming sort of Taraji’s big, powerful moment, the scene towards the end of the movie, and it gave me chills to see her stand up in a room full of dudes and be like, ‘I don’t need your approval. I don’t need to do it.”– Josh Brener

“It’s super fun to get to do the inner monologue stuff, and we’re actually doing a lot of the V.O. just on set, both before and after the scenes. But I’m also excited to just get in the ADR booth, like, six months from now and be like, ‘What’s funny now?”– Josh Brener

3 Life Lessons From Josh Brener

Now that you know all about Josh Brener’s net worth, and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from him:

1. Excuses

An excuse becomes an obstacle in your journey to success when it is made in place of your best effort or when it is used as the object of the blame.

2. Do It

Don’t make excuses and Don’t talk about it. Do it.

3. Your Past It’s Not An Excuse

Don’t use your past as an excuse, excuse your excuses and take action now!!!


Josh Brener is an American actor, best known for his portrayal of ‘Nelson “Big Head” Bighetti’ in the series ‘Silicon Valley.’

The Texas native had always harbored a passion for acting. He started acting at the tender age of 12 years. He also appeared in series such as ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ ‘Maron,’ and ‘House of Lies.’

As of 2020, Josh Brener’s net worth is roughly $5 Million dollars.

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