Nicholas Brendon is an American celebrity he’s a net worth of $6.4 million. Nicholas Brendon has brought in his net worth from his part of Xander Harris in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer from 1997 to 2003. Nicholas was born on April 12, 1971 in Los Angeles, California, he grew up wanting to become a professional baseball however because of an in arm harm. Nicholas tried acting at the age of twenty he cannot deal with the politics in Hollywood. Some of Brendon’s noteworthy roles include an ABC Family TV movie Relative Madness, a recurring part of FBI technical analyzer Kevin Lynch on the TV series Criminal Minds
Nicholas Brendon Net Worth $6.4 Million Dollars
Most recently a 3-episode character on ABC’s Private Practice playing Lee McHenry, a mentally disturbed man who assaults Charlotte King. Brendon was the very first person to serve the role of honorary chairperson of the Stuttering Foundation of America’s Stuttering Awareness Week for three successive years, from 2000 to 2003.
I never, ever thought that Xander should be in construction. [At the science fiction and fantasy convention DragonCon in 2006, when asked if there was ever a time when he thought that Xander was written to be "out of character."]
We had better music at Sunnydale's prom than at my real-life prom. And at my prom, I didn't really have a date, which is sort of what happens to Xander. At my real prom, I kind of ducked out the hotel ballroom and watched a Dodger game until 3 a.m. because it went about 22 innings. And my friends were saying, 'Oh no! Where'd Nick go?' I think I was trying to get people to worry about me. That whole teenage angst thing. [New York Times, May 9, 1999]
[on Joss Whedon's decision to end "BtVS" because of handling too many projects:] Joss always wanted to be attached to it, and as his schedule's becoming thinner, it's harder for him to be a part of the show. It was his baby, so if he can't be a part of it like he wants to, then it's just not gonna run. It's gonna be really sad for me after 144 episodes. It was my first job. I went through a lot of changes personally in that time, so it's gonna be a teary goodbye. [May 2, 2002]
[on preparing to finish the BtVS series:] It sucks, because with how this year ended, and with what's gonna happen next year, it's gonna go out on top. We're having a lot of fun doing it. This last year was my most fun year doing the show. But that's life in showbiz, and I'll just do something else. [May 2, 2002]
[on why "Buffy" never won Emmy Awards:] "It's because it's called Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). I mean, we've even joked about how we should do an episode where Sarah [Michelle Gellar] is a doctor, I'm a lawyer ... get every angle they vote for just to give them a big one of those [raises his middle finger]."
I want people to say, 'Nicholas Brendon, he's supposedly the nicest guy in the world.' I want to do good work, but more than that, I want to stay a good human being. That's more important than any character I play.