H. Jon Benjamin is one of the best comic voice actors in the business, and here's his estimated net worth. H. Jon Benjamin - with the H apparently standing for Harry - started his career in stand-up comedy from a young age, before moving into voice acting with animated show Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist in 1995, which ran for six seasons. His distinct voice soon led to other parts, including the Can of Vegetables in the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer and TV show Science Court.
He made appearances in random projects like Sex And The City, Not Another Teen Movie with Chris Evans, New York Minute and Rescue Me. Voice acting was H. Jon Benjamin's main calling, however, and his smooth tones could be heard in Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Home Movies, The Venture Bros and Family Guy as recurring character Carl Graves. Of course, his big break came with FX's animated spy comedy Archer, which debuted in 2009. The main character is a handsome, suave spy who also happens to be a selfish, vain monster. Benjamin's voice was perfectly suited to the role and the series has run for ten seasons and counting.
Archer would see H. Jon Benjamin become one of the most in-demand voice actors and in 2011 he landed another beloved animated show, Bob's Burgers. He plays Bob Belcher, the owner of a hamburger restaurant with most of the series centering around Bob and his strange family and customers. Bob's Burgers has almost matched the success of Archer itself, having run for nine seasons thus far, and the show has crossed over with both The Simpsons and Archer - where Benjamin naturally voiced both roles. This steady work has seen to it that H. Jon Benjamin has an estimated net worth of $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Outside of his two big shows, he appeared in short-lived comedy Comedy Central series H. Jon Benjamin Has A Van, which starred Benjamin as a reporter. The actor has since jumped back and forth between live-action and voice-over parts, appearing in Parks And Recreation, Master Of None and an uncredited cameo in 22 Jump Street, while reprising his role for Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp and sequel series Ten Years Later.
H. Jon Benjamin played a radio voice in video game Destiny 2 and he's even narrated some Coke Zero ads. In addition to new seasons for both Bob's Burgers and Archer, there will also be a Bob's Burgers movie, which is due for release in 2020.