John Paragon was born on December 9, 1954, in Anchorage, Alaska Territory. He is an American actor but also has 17 credits as a writer & 7 credits as a director.
The actor grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado, and also did his schooling from there. He started his career as an actor in the '80s and has been in this field for four decades now.
Have a look at the below information to know more about him.
What's His Net Worth?
John Paragon has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand which he earned from his acting career. In addition, he has also written and directed many films and tv series to this date. It seems that he is living a prosperous and comfortable life.
The 67-year-old actor first initiated his career as a part of an improvisation group which was called "The Groundling" accompanied by Paul Reubens and Phil Hartman. He came into the limelight after portraying the role of Jambi the Genie on the show "Peewee's Playhouse". Furthermore, He also wrote the 2001 American comedy horror film "Elvira's Haunted Hills" along with Cassandra Peterson.
In 1994, his first self-written and directed family-oriented comedy film, "Twin Sitters" was released where he did a small cameo in the role of a Loan Officer. Some of his films include Pandemonium(1982), Echo Park(1986), The Frog Prince(1986), Red Riding Hood(2006), and so on.
What's his Relationship Status?
John Paragon is very secretive about his relationships and has not shared any information about his personal love life. However, it is stated that he is single and has not been engaged to anyone to this date.
John has always been secretive about his personal life and maintains a very low profile. He is not active in any of the social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
He has been less spotted in any of the big events and ceremonies. Nevertheless, he is enjoying his personal and professional life in a private manner.