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Pat Duke was born in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, and is best known as a voice actor who narrated ‘’Swamp People’’, and worked on ‘’Halo: Reach’’. Unfortunately, the information regarding his birthday is unavailable.
So just how rich is Pat Duke as of late 2017? Authoritative sources report that Duke’s net worth is as high as $700,000, accumulated largely from his over a decade-long professional career as a voice actor. In addition to that, he is a musician, producer and studio singer.
Pat Duke Net Worth $700,000
Pat was born into a music-oriented family, and began providing voice-over recordings at the age of 14, performing on stage with singers such as Celine Dion and Michael Bolton. He eventually moved to Chicago in order to pursue his career on a higher level, and his talent was eventually spotted by Sharon Wottrich, a Chicago-based talent agent, and Pat signed a contract with her. He remained busy throughout the mid- and late-2000s; in 2007, he provided voice recordings for ‘’Prankville’’ in six episodes. Besides narrating television series, he has provided audio for video games – in 2008, he narrated The Inquisitor in the English version of ‘’Sacred 2: Fallen Angel’’, and in the same year, he was the narrator for Obama’s presidential campaign. As of the following year, he was the voice behind Tahm Kench in the video game entitled ‘’League of Legends’’, then in 2010, Pat worked on ‘’Halo: Reach’’, an action adventure video game. As of the same year, he was hired as a narrator of the critically acclaimed reality television show ‘’Swamp People’’, and worked on the total of 87 episodes to July 2014, after which he left the series, but it still added considerably to his net worth.
He remained busy during the same year, working on several other projects such as video games ‘’Arcania: Gothic 4’’ and ‘’World of Warcraft: Cataclysm’’, in the latter giving voice to Lord Rhyolith. In 2011, he was the synchronous speaker for the role of Frost Giant Sentry in the Marvel’s superhero movie ‘’Thor’’, and in the same year joined the cast of ‘’Secret Mountain Fort Awesome’’, working on the project until 2012 and appearing in 18 episodes. His skills were rewarded with the Annecy International Film Festival Annie Award.
Pat was then cast in another World of Warcraft game, and in the same year he became the narrator of ‘’Yukon Men’’, providing audio recordings for 18 episodes of the show, finishing in 2013 and then joined ‘’Ultimate Survival Alaska’’. In 2013, he was the narrator for 19 episodes of ‘’Buying the Bayou’’, before in 2015 winning the Voice Arts Award, Best Narration Demo and Voice Arts Award in the category for Best Voice Actor for his portrayal of Tahm Kench in “League of Legends”. Additionally, Pat narrated the documentary reality show ‘’Rock Stars’’ and ‘’NASCAR Memories’’ on ESPN, and he has been the voice of KFC for five years.
In his personal life, Pat resides in Los Angeles. He doesn’t share much information about any relationships, and his marital status is unknown.
|Place Of Birth||Nashville, Tennessee, USA|
|TV Shows||Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, Swamp People, Buying the Bayou, Last of the Longnecks|
|Olde Fish||2013||Short completed||Ozz (voice)|
|The Meanest Man in Texas||2017||Radio Announcer|
|Breakout||2014||TV Series||Show narrator|
|Swamp People||2010-2014||TV Series||Narrator|
|Buying the Bayou||2013-2014||TV Series||Show narrator|
|Ultimate Survival Alaska||2013||TV Series||Narrator|
|Yukon Men||2012-2013||TV Series||Narrator|
|World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria||2012||Video Game||Kuai the Brute / Kazra'jin / Mogu Ritualist / ... (voice)|
|Secret Mountain Fort Awesome||2011-2012||TV Series||The Fart / Additional Voices / Tony the Pizza Guy / ...|
|Star Wars: The Old Republic||2011||Video Game||Captain (voice, uncredited)|
|Thor||2011||Frost Giant Sentry (voice, uncredited)|
|World of Warcraft: Cataclysm||2010||Video Game||Lord Rhyolith (voice)|
|Arcania: Gothic 4||2010||Video Game||Various (English version, voice)|
|Halo: Reach||2010||Video Game||Col. Urban Holland (voice)|
|League of Legends||2009||Video Game||Tahm Kench (voice)|
|Sacred 2: Fallen Angel||2008||Video Game||The Inquisitor (English version, voice)|
|Last of the Longnecks||2017||Documentary narrator|
|Lincoln||2012||ADR voice - voice, uncredited|
|Happy Feet Two||2011||ADR voice - voice, uncredited|
|A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas||2011||voice: snowman - uncredited|
|Hell on the Highway||2012-2013||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Rock Stars||2011-2012||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary||2011||Video Game||Holland|