Ike Barinholtz Net Worth 2021 | Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter | Net Worth Records




$1.5 M


The Latin School of Chicago






United States


February 18, 1977 (age 44)


Ike Barinholtz is an American actor, comedian, and writer who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Isaac Barinholtz was born on the 18th February 1977, in Chicago, Illinois USA, and is a film and voice actor, comedian as well as a screen writer, and is best known for starring in “MADtv ” and “The Mindy Project” TV series, as well as for his roles in “Neighbors” (2014), “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” and the 2016 blockbuster “Suicide Squad”.

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IKE BARINHOLTZ Basic Information


Isaac Barinholtz

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Ike Barinholtz

Date of Birth / Age

February 18, 1977 (age 44)

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IKE BARINHOLTZ Personal Information

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United States



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United States

IKE BARINHOLTZ Body Features & Measurements


6 ft 2 in

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73 Kg

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IKE BARINHOLTZ Family Information

Father’s Name

Alan Barinholtz

Mothers Name

Peggy Barinholtz

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Jon Barinholtz

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IKE BARINHOLTZ Education Qualifications

School Name

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School

College Name

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School

University Name

The Latin School of Chicago

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Ike Barinholtz Net Worth


Ike Barinholtz is an American actor, comedian, and writer who has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars. He is perhaps best-known for appearing on "The Mindy Project". He appeared in 115 episodes between 2012 and 2017.
Ike Barinholtz was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was originally interested in becoming a politician. He subsequently shifted his focus, and after graduating from high school, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career full-time. After working as a busboy and telemarketer, he decided to return to school, and enrolled at Boston University. He subsequently dropped out and moved to Chicago, where he worked for the Chicago Transit Authority, while pursuing a career in comedy. He began studying with The Second City Improv, and other improv schools in the Chicago area, and in 2002, he began working on the sketch comedy show, "MADTv". He has since gone on to appear in such film and television projects as "Meet the Spartans", "Disaster Movie", "Eastbound and Down", "The Mindy Project", and "Neighbors".

Ike Barinholtz' Family :

Ike was born to Peggy and Alan Barinholtz, in a family of “liberal people with great senses of humor” as he once described them. From his father’s side, Ike is of Jewish heritage, and from his mother’s of British, German and French descent.

Ike Barinholtz' Education:

He attended Bernard Zeil Anshe Emet Day School and later The Latin School of Chicago. Upon graduation he decided to relocate to Los Angeles, California in order to pursue his acting career, although as a teenager he was keen on a career in politics.

Ike Barinholtz' Career in Finance:

Previously, Barinholtz wanted to become a politician. Later, he moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue his career in acting. Before pursuing an acting career, he worked as a busboy at a telemarketing company. Barinholtz took comedy classes at The Second City, ImprovOlympic, and Annoyance Theatre. Barinholtz spent two years in Amsterdam with Boom Chicago.

In 2002, Barinholtz appeared in the eight seasons of MADtv. Since then, he became regular cast in the following seasons. In 2007 Barinholtz left MADtv after 12 seasons. Barinholtz appeared in 2001 film Down, 2005 film The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and 2005 film Love, Fear, and Rabbits. In 2012, Barinholtz wrote and acted on The Mindy Project. In 2012, he appeared in the third season of Eastbound & Down, third season of the HBO series. In 2012, Barinholtz and his brother Jon performed at the Chicago Improv Festival event. In 2014, Barinholtz starred in the comedy film Neighbors and its sequel, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising in 2014.

In 2016, Barinholtz appeared as a prison guard Griggs in the DC Comics film Suicide Squad. In 2016, Barinholtz co-wrote and starred in the comedy film Central Intelligence. Barinholtz has made his directorial debut in the movie The Oath. He is the writer and also one of the casts in the movie. The movie was released on 12 October 2018.

Barinholtz has guest appeared in several tv shows including Friends from College, E! Hollywood Hold'em, Rita Rocks, Weeds, The League, Megawinner, The Soup, Married, Kroll Show, etc.

Barinholtz has smaller roles in movies including Bunny Whipped, Twisted Fortune, Meet the Spartans, Disaster Movie, Lock and Roll Forever, Sisters, Snatched, Bright, etc.

Ike Barinholtz' Net Worth Details & History:

After spending two years in Amsterdam, Netherlands, with the Boom Chicago comedy troupe, Ike made an on-camera debut as Assistant Milligan in the 2001 horror thriller “The Shaft”, featuring Naomi Watts and James Marshall in the leading roles. In 2002, he joined the crew of the comedy sketch TV series “MADtv” in its eighth season – his impersonations of Mark Wahlberg, Nick Nolte, Ashton Kutcher, Matt Damon, Fidel Castro and Arnold Schwarzenegger among others are still well remembered. After a five-year long engagement, he left the show and shifted his focus to movies, and in 2008 appeared in “300” parody “Meet the Spartans”, and subsequently in “Disaster Movie”. Later that year, he voice acted in one episode of the sixth season of “Family Guy” animated TV series. It is certain that all these engagements helped Ike Barinholtz to increase the size of his net worth.

Between 2010 and 2015, Ike occasionally appeared as Frank Gibiatti in “The League” TV series, and from 2013 to 2015 featured in “The Awesomes” animated TV series. However, the breakthrough in Ike’s acting career occurred in 2012 when he appeared in “Eastbound & Down”, which was followed by an engagement in “The Mindy Project” TV series. Apart being a regular cast member, Ike also served as a writer and story editor ’til 2016. Doubtlessly, all these ventures have helped Ike to add to his wealth.

Apart from TV series and all those already mentioned, Ike has added several notable movie roles to his acting portfolio – in 2005 he appeared in Jason Winer’s short comedy “The Adventures of Big Handsome Guy and His Little Friend” which was nominated for a Chicago International Film Festival’s Best Short Film Award. In 2014 Ike starred opposing Seth Rogen and Zac Efron in “Neighbors” comedy movie as Jimmy, and reprised the role in the 2016 sequel “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”. Besides these, Ike appeared in one of 2016’s most anticipated movies, DC Comics’ superhero movie – “Suicide Squad”. All these roles have certainly helped him to increase his net worth by a large margin.

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