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Justin Roiland Net Worth

Justin Roiland net worth
Net Worth$4,000,000
Full NameMark Justin Roiland
Date of Birth/AgeFebruary 21, 1980 (age: 39)
Source of wealthVoice actor, game developer, producer, writer, director
Country of originU.S
State/City of originStockton, California
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Justin Roiland net worth is 4 million dollars.

How Much Does Justin Roiland Make a Year?

His yearly salary is unknown, but he owns two production studios with multiple ongoing projects. Between these studios and his side projects, he is rumored to make upwards of $500,000 a year.

How Does Justin Roiland Make His Money?

He makes most of his money from his television productions and voice acting gigs. He also writes and produces for other shows, earning his additional money.

Roiland also makes appearances on podcasts, television shows, and conventions He earns him an appearance fee for each of these.

“Rick and Morty” has been massively successful for Adult Swim. It has expanded to include revenue from product placement, merchandise, and phone games.

Justin Roiland’s salary likely reflects this, though he doesn’t make this known to anyone.

He seems to live modestly and spends most of his time working. This allows his net worth to grow while he continues to work on multiple projects at a time.


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Justin Roiland is one of the creators, writers, and producers of the cartoon “Rick and Morty.” He is also known for his voice acting in shows such as “Adventure Time” and his writing and directing on comedy and animated series.

He now runs his own animation studio and video game development company, both of which are working on projects for 2019 and beyond.

Early Life

Mark Justin Roiland was born on February 21, 1980, in Stockton, California. His parents are Mark and Rebecca Roiland, who own an almond orchard.

He has a sister, Amy Roiland, who is an actress and fashion blogger.


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He attended Sierra High School, but graduated from Manteca High school in Manteca, California, in 1998. He then attended Modesto Junior College.

As a child he loved the cartoon “Ren and Stimpy,” which influenced his comedy as well as his career choice. He enjoys playing Minecraft and Lego. He is very focused on his work projects.

Personal life

Justin Roiland keeps his personal life private. He was in a relationship with Abi Lynn Maley in the past but hasn’t been linked to any one woman lately.

He has discussed being dyslexic, but that hasn’t hurt his success. He enjoys streaming on Twitch and has raised money for charities, including for Hurricane Harvey in 2017.


Justin Roiland moved to Los Angeles, California, to start his career. He began working on short videos with Channel101 and had some small roles on “The Sarah Silverman Show” and Vh1’s “Acceptable TV.”

From 2010 to 2014, he voiced the character Oscar on Disney’s “Fish Hooks.” He also voiced the Earl of Lemongrab on Cartoon Network’s “Adventure Time” from 2010 to 2018. From 2012 to 2016 he voiced Blendin Blandin on Disney’s “Gravity Falls.”


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In 2010 to 2016, he co-hosted a podcast with fellow “Rick and Morty” writer Ryan Ridley, called “Grandma’s Virginity Podcast.”. He has also voiced character on several video games, including “DOTA 2” and “Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know!”

In 2016, Roiland started his own gaming studio, now called Squanch Games. It focuses on making virtual reality games in the comedy genre.

At present, Justin Roiland net worth reached $4,000,000.

Its first release, “Accounting+” was released in 2017 in collaboration with the Crows Crows Crows team. They have since released Dr. Splorchy Presents Space Heroes in 2018.

The next release, for PlayStation and PCs is “Trover Saves the Universe,” will be released in 2019.

In addition to video, games, Roiland also started Justin Roiland’s Solo Vanity Card Productions, an animation company which produces “Rick and Morty” and “Hot Streets.”

They are producing “Solar Opposites” for Hulu, which will premiere in 2020.


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Interesting Facts

He co-created, wrote and produced “Rick and Morty” with Dan Harmon of “Community” fame.

Roiland was a writer for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode, “Reptilicus.” He also appeared as a “Gizmonic Institute Emergency Announcer” I the episode “Atlantic Rim.”

He has voiced over 80 characters in television and movies.


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“Rick and Morty” won several television awards in 2018, including a Primetime Emmy, an Annie Award, and a Critic’s Choice Television Award.

He has spoken on several panels at comics conventions, including the San Diego Comic-Con International.

Favorite Quotes from Justin Roiland

“Stuttering and trying to find your thoughts, the imperfections make the performances better.”

“Every fandom has, you know, it’s made up human beings, of people. And there’s good, bad, in every group, so we can’t worry about that stuff.”

“Anybody in animation today would be lying if they said they weren’t somehow influenced by ‘The Simpsons’ to a certain degree. Except for the shows that go out of their way to look as far from ‘The Simpsons’ as possible.”
“You can have an absolute laugh-out-loud-till-you’re-crying game, but if it’s not fun to play, if the mechanics aren’t there, it doesn’t matter.”


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Tips for success from Justin Roiland

“If you cast really funny, talented people and let them do what they need to do, they’re going to hit a home run for you without a script.”

“Tonally, the stuff I want to do in VR will, of course, always have a comedic backbone and be a bit absurdist and colorful with really interesting and bizarre characters but supported by really strong gameplay mechanics.”

“The goal for us to do with Squanchtendo is to approach all of our projects with a goal of adding interesting characters, personality, and a story to interact with in-game. Every game we make will be built from the ground up for whatever hardware it will launch on.”