Kuna Nayyar Net Worth

Kuna Nayyar Net Worth and Salary:

 Kuna Nayyar is a British-conceived Indian entertainer who has a total asset of $45 million. He is most popular for playing Rajesh Koothrappali on CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” (2007-2019). At his pinnacle he procured $800,000 per episode, generally $18 million for each season, which made him quite possibly of the most generously compensated entertainer on the planet at his pinnacle. For a few of the last times of the show he procured $20 at least million. Nayyar is likewise an essayist, distributing the book “Indeed, My Accent is Real: and Some Other Things I Haven’t Told You” in 2015. He additionally co-composed the play “Cotton Candy,” which procured basic praise when it debuted in New Delhi, India.

Early Life:

 Kuna Nayyar was brought into the world on April 30, 1981, in Hounslow, London, England. His folks were Indian migrants, and the family moved to New Delhi when Kuna was 4 years of age. He learned at St. Columba’s School, where he was an individual from the badminton crew. Nayyar moved to America in 1999 to go to the University of Portland. While dealing with his business degree, Kuna took acting classes, showed up in school plays, and acted in a melodic team called The Prince and the Pauper, and after he won an honor at the American College Theater Festival, he chose to dedicate his life to acting. After Kuna procured his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance in 2003, he enlisted at Philadelphia’s Temple University and graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in acting.


Nayyar made his expert acting presentation in 2004, playing a pizza conveyance man in the film “S.C.I.E.N.C.E.” After procuring his MFA, Kuna acted in American TV plugs and London stage creations, and in 2006, his exhibition in a Los Angeles creation of Rajiv Joseph’s “Huck and Holden” procured him a Garland Award. That year, he additionally co-composed the play “Cotton Candy” with Arun Das, and it acquired rave audits in New Delhi. In 2007, Nayyar visitor featured on famous CBS show “NCIS,” playing an Iraqi fear monger. Sometime thereafter, Kuna handled an extraordinary job: astrophysicist Rajesh Koothrappali on “The Big Bang Theory.” The sitcom ran for 12 seasons, and Nayyar showed up in every one of the 279 episodes. In 2017, “Forbes” announced that Kuna and his co-stars, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, and Simon Helberg, were each making $1 million for every episode, making them the 4 most generously compensated entertainers on TV.

During his experience on “The Big Bang Theory,” Nayyar showed up in a few movies, including “The Scribbler” (2014), “Dr. Cabbie” (2014), and “Consumed” (2015), and he loaned his voice to Nickelodeon’s “Sanjay and Craig” (2013-2016) as well as energized highlight films “Ice Age: Continental Drift” (2012), “Savages” (2016), and “Savages World Tour” (2020). In 2015, Kuna showed up in an off-Broadway creation of Jesse Eisenberg’s “The Spoils,” and he repeated his job when the creation moved to London’s Trafalgar Studios in 2016.

Individual Life:

Kuna wedded entertainer, model, and previous Miss India Neha Kapur on December 22, 2011. The couple marry in New Delhi, praising with in excess of 1,000 visitors during a 6-day function. Nayyar’s #1 game is badminton, but at the same time he love cricket and portrayed the 2013 cricket-driven film “Past All Boundaries.” Kuna is likewise a “Star Wars” fan and named his canine Boba Fett.

Grants and Honors:

In 2003, Nayyar won the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Brilliance at the American College Theater Festival, and he got a Garland Award for Best Male Lead in a Play on the West Coast for “Huck and Holden” in 2006. “The Big Bang Theory” procured him 6 Screen Actors Guild Award selections for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series as well as a 2014 People’s Choice Award designation for Favorite TV Bromance and a 2015 Teen Choice Award assignment for Choice TV: Chemistry. In 2020, the CinEuphoria Awards introduced the cast of “The Big Bang Theory” with a Merit – Honorary Award.

Land: In 2012, Kuna and Neha paid $2.9 million for a 4,100 square foot home in the Hollywood Hills, and they put it available for just shy of $4 million in June 2020. In October 2019, they bought a 9,000 square foot home in LA’s Hancock Park neighborhood for $7.5 million. Nicolas Cage recently claimed the home, paying $2.7 million of every 2001, except he lost it to abandonment in 2011 after broadly blowing through a colossal fortune.

April 15 is coming up and ideally as you read this right now you have documented your expenses and are anticipating a gigantic discount! Or on the other hand at any rate, I truly want to believe that you didn’t wind up owing anything extra to the IRS this year. One individual who certainly understands what it seems like to owe a smidgen of cash to Uncle Sam is Nicolas Cage. Scratch is sadly one of many high profile big names who end up being way better at acting or tossing a ball than they are at dealing with their individual budgets. Following quite a while of excessive over-spending, in addition to the fact that Nicolas found himself owing the IRS $13 million, yet he likewise figured out how to blow through a $150 million fortune.

I need to concede, Nicolas Cage is presumably my number one entertainer ever. The Rock, Lord of War, Con Air, National Treasure, Raising Arizona, Leaving Las Vegas, Face/Off, Snake Eyes… I praise the man’s whole list. I understand that a portion of Nick’s motion pictures can be seen as somewhat messy or even absolutely terrible, however you need to concede his films are seldom dull.

At the pinnacle of his profession, Nick was quite possibly of the most generously compensated big name on the planet who pulled down as much as $40 million every year. Somewhere in the range of 1996 and 2011 Nick acquired more than $150 million from acting alone. He procured $16 million for Snake Eyes, $20 million for Gone in Sixty Seconds, $20 million for Windtalkers, $20 million for National Treasure… just to give some examples.

Of course, as his pay went up so did his ways of managing money. All things considered, for all intents and purposes, as his pay expanded Nick’s ways of managing money SKYROCKETED. Somewhere in the range of 2000 and 2007 Nick went on a spending binge that would make the Sultan of Brunei become flushed. During that time Cage made the accompanying buys:

15 Personal Homes

Enclosure’s property portfolio incorporated a $8 million palace in England that he dove millions more into redesigning. He never went through a solitary night in the palace. He likewise purchased a second palace in Bavaria, two extravagant manors in New Orleans, a $17.5 million castle in Bel Air, a $10 million Malibu ocean side house, a 24,000 square foot home in Rhode Island, a chateau in Las Vegas and an escape property on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

A Private Island

Obviously having a house on Paradise Island didn’t fill Nick’s propensity for the Bahamas on the grounds that in 2006 he burned through $7 million on a 40 section of land private island 85 miles south of Nassau.

Four Luxury Yachts

Confine at one time owned four extravagance yachts including one called Sarita that had 12 main rooms that was esteemed at $20 million.

A Fleet of Exotic Cars

At its pinnacle, Nick Cage’s carport contained many top of the line extravagance vehicles including nine Rolls Royces. He claimed a very interesting $500 thousand Lamborghini and a $1 million Ferrari Enzo, one of just 349 created. Confine likewise possessed 30 cruisers.


Almost 50 costly things of beauty, many gems, a 67 million year old dinosaur skull, two incredibly uncommon pale skinned person King Cobras.

At the point when you all out everything up, it turns out to be evident that Nick was living past his means in any event, for a person who makes $40 million per year. To exacerbate the situation, while he was burning through cash like crazy, Nick wasn’t covering his duties. By 2009, his neglected assessment bill and punishments added up to more than $13 million! Scratch quickly started endeavoring to dump however many of his resources as could reasonably be expected, beginning with the houses. It didn’t help that 2009 was perhaps the most obviously terrible time over the most recent 100 years to attempt to sell a house after all other options have been exhausted.

Fortunately Nick is as yet a bankable Hollywood star. Scratch figures out how to star in a few major financial plan films essentially consistently. The National Treasure films alone have earned a consolidated $1 billion with a third portion supposedly coming.

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