Nate is known for being the son of the famous actor Bob Odenkirk and producer Naomi Yomtov.
Aside from the fame of his parents that preceded him, Nate Odenkirk is an American actor, author, comedian, writer, and content creator from Los Angeles, California.
Although born into a family of well-to-do Hollywood parents, Nate’s success in the entertainment sphere is nothing compared to his parents’, yet, mainly because he did not take the same path as they did. While his parents were mostly into movies, Nathan focused on comedy and writing.
One of his most famous projects rode on the success of his parents to become one of the most popular content on Audible. The project in question is a murder-comedy podcast called Summer in Argyle. The podcast went live on Feb. 28, 2022, and earned a 4.2 rating on Audible.
So far, the only comedy Nate has released on Audible is the one mentioned. Though his impact isn’t as great digitally, he thrives in comedy clubs. He commits time and efforts in his podcast on Spotify, Alright, Its Time For The News.
|Full Name||Nate Odenkirk|
|Age||25 years old|
|Date of Birth||December 3, 1998|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, CA|
|Occupation||Actor, Author, Writer & Content Creator|
|Parents||Father: Bob Odenkirk|
Mother: Naomi Yomtov
Nate Odenkirk Biography
He grew up with his sister, Erin Odenkirk, who was born two years after him.
Erin prefers to leave outside the spotlight, but check out what we have written about her here. She was born on November 24, 2000, and is 23 years old.
Nate’s father, Bob Odenkirk, is a well-known actor, especially for his roles in Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad.
On the other hand, his mom, Naomi, is a producer, writer, and businesswoman. She has been the brains behind some movies and TV shows like “Melvin Goes to Dinner.” She was the executive producer of the Summer in Argyle podcast series, which featured her husband and son.
Nathan’s education cuts across two institutions, Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, and DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
At DePaul University, junior Nate Odenkirk recounts his experience with a mild case of COVID-19 during spring break. Nate suspects he contracted the virus from an ill roommate rather than a St. Patrick’s Day party. Despite not requiring hospitalization, he faced symptoms including headache, cough, fever, fatigue, and aches. Nate continued schoolwork during illness and has since recovered, emphasizing the importance of taking the virus seriously, especially for young people.
He later graduated from DePaul University with a degree in political science.
Nate Odenkirk Career
Even though he graduated in 2021 from Depaul University, he’s been keeping busy with various internships and jobs.
He’s worked as an assistant, intern, manager, and writer on the popular talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! You might have even seen him on the show when his dad, Bob Odenkirk, was promoting Better Call Saul.
On his own, Nate made his acting debut as a crying boy in the 2003 film “Melvin Goes to Dinner.” In 2015, he played the role of a scared boy in the TV series “Rat Bastard.”
During the lockdown year (2020), he played Christmas Light Guy in the TV series “Hello, it’s Hobert,” and James in the short film “Scrub.” Nate is still relatively new to the acting world, and as of yet, he hasn’t won any awards like his father.
Speaking of his dad, Bob Odenkirk is a well-known actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer. You might recognize him as the sneaky lawyer Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Bob has received tons of Emmy Award nominations for his outstanding acting.
Bob Odenkirk has been involved in many TV shows and movies. He even directed and starred in a film called Melvin Goes to Dinner. In 2006, he directed a movie called Let’s Go to Prison.
Nate is making a name for himself in the entertainment world, and his dad’s impressive career has definitely influenced him.
|2020||Hello, It’s Hobert!||Christmas Lights Guy|
|2020||Scrub||James (as Nathan Odenkirk)|
|2015||Rat Bastard||Scared Boy (as Nathan Odenkirk)|
|2003||Melvin Goes to Dinner||Crying Boy (as Nathan Odenkirk)|
When Nathan isn’t busy cracking jokes or immersed in a movie project, he serves as a regular contributor to The New Yorker magazine, Inquirist Magazine, and ATN. Simultaneously, he dedicates his time to creating engaging content for his podcast, “Alright, It’s Time For The News,” where he shares weekly jokes spanning the realms of politics, culture, technology, cooking, and sports.
Nate Odenkirk Girlfriend
Nate Odenkirk is dating Carmen Levine, and they’ve been together since 2018. You can often catch them sharing pictures of their adventures on social media.
Nate looks a lot like his mom, Naomi. He’s a chill and easygoing guy. Plus, he is tall, standing at 5 feet 7 inches, and weighs 73 kilograms. His eyes are deep and dark brown, just like his hair, which is also dark brown.
Nate Odenkirk Net Worth
Nate has a net worth of around $1 – 2 million. His mom, Naomi, has an estimated net worth of $2 million, earned from being a film producer and doing business.
Now, Nate’s dad, Bob, is doing even better in the money department. Bob Odenkirk, an actor, comedian, and director, has a whopping net worth of $16 million. So, as a family, they’re doing pretty well in entertainment and business.