Nick Offerman

TV Actor

Nick Offerman was born in Minooka, Illinois, United States on June 26th, 1970 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 53, Nick Offerman biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Nicholas David Offerman, Nick
Date of Birth
June 26, 1970
United States
Place of Birth
Minooka, Illinois, United States
53 years old
Zodiac Sign
$25 Million
$30 Thousand
Actor, Carpenter, Film Actor, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Television Actor, Voice Actor
Social Media
Nick Offerman Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 53 years old, Nick Offerman has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Nick Offerman Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Not Available
Minooka High School
Nick Offerman Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Megan Mullally (2003-Present)
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Megan Mullally (2003-Present)
Ric Offerman, Cathy
Matt Offerman (Brother), Laurie Offerman (Sister), Carrie Offerman (Sister)
Other Family
Raymond Eugene Offerman (Paternal Grandfather) (Served as Mayor of Minooka), Marilynn Olivia Dames (Paternal Grandmother), Michael Donald Roberts (Maternal Grandfather), Eloise Catherine Loucks (Maternal Grandmother)
Nick Offerman Career

Offerman lived in Chicago in the mid-1990s, where he participated with theater companies such as Steppenwolf, Goodman, and Wisdom Bridge. At Steppenwolf, he also worked as a fight choreographer and master carpenter. During this time, Offerman became acquainted with Amy Poehler, who was heavily involved with the Chicago improv comedy scene.

In 2003, he married Will & Grace actress Megan Mullally. Offerman has also appeared on her talk show, The Megan Mullally Show. At the same time, he began appearing on television as a plumber on Will & Grace on its fourth season's Thanksgiving episode, on The King of Queens, in three episodes of 24, and in an episode of The West Wing. Prior to Parks and Recreation, his most prominent role was as a factory worker and Benny Lopez's love interest Randy McGee on George Lopez. He appeared twice on Gilmore Girls, in 2003's "The Festival of Living Art" and 2005's "Always a Godmother, Never a God" and in the third-season episode of Monk, "Mr. Monk and the Election" as a helper for the campaign of Natalie Teeger. In 2007, Offerman co-starred in the Comedy Central series American Body Shop.

In 2009, The Office producers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels offered Offerman a regular supporting role in their NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation: that of Ron Swanson, the deadpan, government-hating, libertarian head of a city parks department and boss of Amy Poehler's character Leslie Knope. Slate magazine declared Offerman "Parks and Recreation's secret weapon", and said he regularly stole scenes and "has a gift for understated physical comedy." The role weaves antagonism and political philosophy with humanity, while the intense libertarian philosophy the character lives out is often played off against the equally intense social liberalism and "do-gooder" mentality of Poehler's character. Offerman said that supporting parts such as that of Parks and Recreation are his ideal roles, and that he draws particular inspiration from Reverend Jim Ignatowski, the character played by Christopher Lloyd in the sitcom Taxi.

Offerman has also been featured in the Adult Swim series Childrens Hospital with Rob Corddry and Rob Huebel. He is the voice of Axe Cop in the animated series of the same name that premiered on July 27, 2013. In the same year, Offerman portrayed Johnny Cool in the "Boston" episode of Derek Waters' Drunk History on Comedy Central. In 2014, he portrayed a lovesick German talk show host in The Decemberists’ video, Make You Better . The same year, he also appeared in a short film The Gunfighter directed by Eric Kissack. Nick played the role of the narrator of the film where the actors of the film break the fourth wall and are able to hear the narrator.

Offerman can be seen on the big screen briefly as a construction worker in City of Angels (1998) and later in other films such as November (2004), Cursed (2005), Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005), Sin City (2005), The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009) and The Kings of Summer (2013). He also appeared in the 2006 film Wristcutters: A Love Story as a cop who attempts to arrest Shannyn Sossamon's character, Mikal. 2012 saw him in two film roles, as 21 Jump Street's Deputy Chief Hardy and in Casa de Mi Padre as DEA Agent Parker. He reprised his role as Deputy Chief Hardy in 22 Jump Street two years later. Additionally, he starred in and produced an independent film, Somebody Up There Likes Me (2012), shot in Austin, Texas. He appeared in the 2013 comedy We're the Millers, which starred Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston, and voiced MetalBeard in The Lego Movie. Offerman conceived of and starred in punk band FIDLAR's 2013 video for their song "Cocaine". Offerman also played an alcoholic college guidance counselor in Believe Me. Offerman played the recurring role Karl Weathers in the second season of Fargo (2015). Offerman voiced Grandpa Mike alongside wife Megan Mullally who voiced Grandma Linda in Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015). He portrayed the first establisher of McDonald's, Dick McDonald, in The Founder (2016). Offerman also starred in alternative rock band They Might Be Giants' 2018 video for their song "The Greatest.

In addition to acting, Offerman is also a professional boat builder and has a side business as a wood craftsman. Offerman makes furniture and other wooden structures such as canoes and boats at his woodshop. He also released an instructional DVD in 2008 titled Fine Woodstrip Canoe Building with Nick Offerman, shot by Jimmy DiResta. DiResta's pay for shooting the DVD was a canoe, the second Offerman has built. He has been featured in, and contributed articles to, the magazine Fine Woodworking.

Offerman has released four semi-autobiographical publications: the first, Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living was released in 2013; his second, Gumption: Relighting the Torch of Freedom with America's Gutsiest Troublemakers, was released May 26, 2015; the third, Good Clean Fun: Misadventures in Sawdust at Offerman Woodshop, was released October 18, 2016. His fourth book, Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves to Walk Outside, was released October 12, 2021. He has also narrated all four as audiobooks.

In 2017, Offerman launched his Full Bush Tour which consisted of 28 shows across the U.S. and Canada. His All Rise Tour kicked off on July 20, 2019, in Thackerville and continued through the rest of 2019, hitting major cities: Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York, Detroit, and Atlanta.

In 2014, Offerman and Mullally starred alongside each other in the off-Broadway one-act play, Annapurna. The two play an estranged couple that reunites one last time. In 2015, Offerman starred as Ignatius J. Reilly in a theatrical adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces with the Huntington Theatre Company.


Parks And Recreation reunite in show of support for SAG-AFTRA strike, August 14, 2023
Parks And Recreation cast reunited on the picket line in a show of solidarity for the SAG-AFTRA strike that includes Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott, and rallying call from Chris Pratt.

Parks And Recreation cast reunites on picket line in show of solidarity for SAG-AFTRA strike that includes Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott and rallying call from Chris Pratt, August 14, 2023
With a classic series like Parks And Recreation, writers, actors and producers get to flex their voices by commenting about political and social issues through the scripts and storylines. And while the main setting took place in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana during its seven season run on NBC, oftentimes there was national commentary that included guest appearances by such political heavyweights as the late John McCain, Joe Biden and Michelle Obama. With the SAG-AFTRA strike now in its second month, some of the old cast and crew decided it was time to reunite in a show of solidarity for the American actors' union, as well as the Writer's Guild Of America (WGA) who've been on strike since May. Among the cast to take to the picket line outside Amazon Studios in the Culver City neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday included Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Adam Scott, Ben Schwartz, Retta, Jim O'Heir, Kirk Fox, Susan Yeagley, Colton Dunn, Allan McLeod, Alison Becker and Joe Mande. Acclaimed actor Sam Elliott, who played Offerman's Eagleton counterpart Ron Dunn in three episodes of the hit political satire mockumentary sitcom, would also join the show of support.

Chicago Cubs run out 9-1 winners against rivals St Louis Cardinals in London, June 24, 2023
GEORGE BOND AT THE LONDON STADIUM: The Chicago Cubs claimed bragging rights on foreign soil over fierce rivals the St Louis Cardinals with a commanding 9-1 victory in game one of the 2023 London Series. This was MLB's second trip across the pond after the New York Yankees swept a two-game set here against the Boston Red Sox in 2019, and the first of the Cubs and Cardinals' 2,495 meetings in 140 years of play to occur outside of the US. Among the festivities put on for the 54,662-strong London crowd was a mascot race that saw Henry VIII pip Winston Churchill to the finish line just ahead of Freddie Mercury, Ashes cricket stars Jimmy Anderson and Nathan Lyon throwing out the ceremonial first pitches and actor Nick Offerman singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame in the seventh-inning stretch.
Nick Offerman Tweets