D’Arcy Carden is an American actress, voice artist, comedian, and television personality. Also, she is known as D’Arcy Beth Carden. D’Arcy Carden is best known for her role as Janet in the comedy series, The Good Place. Like most stars, she made her way from theatre to the small screen and then the big screen. By the way, how much is the net worth of D’Arcy Carden? Please read the whole article.
What is D’Arcy Carden’s Net Worth?
D’Arcy Carden has been a popular face in the industry with years of hard work and her great acting skills. So, what is D’Arcy Carden’s net worth in 2021? Based on the research, D’Arcy Carden has a net worth of $2 million. Talking about her income, D’Arcy Carden earns around $100,000 each year.
D’Arcy Carden has performed as Janet in the series The Good Place. As per reliable sources, D’Arcy Carden receives a paycheck of $20,000 per episode for her work in a TV show. Aside from that, she also earns around $50,000 as an acting fee in a movie, which explains how she manifested a great fortune. For your information, the millionaire star is an advertisement face for Golden Road Brewing and telecommunication company Straight Talk Wireless. Also, D’Arcy Carden boosts her wealth from the advertisements she does on her social media handles for some companies. We get information that she owns a pet dog, Penny, whom she adopted 4 years ago. D’Arcy Carden is often seen on vacation with her dog and considers it as her family.
Career of D’Arcy Carden
D’Arcy Carden moved to New York City after graduating from college. D’Arcy Carden joined a musical-comedy company, Venus Rising. In 2001, she appeared in Seven Hearts, a musical regarding friends living in San Francisco. The following year, D’Arcy Carden starred in a holiday show in which the main character is upset that her family is obsessed with her egoistic sister’s wedding rather than keeping up their Christmas spirit. Also, she served as director and producer. Early on pursuing her acting career, D’Arcy Carden also worked as a nanny for Bill Hader.
A friend invited D’Arcy Carden to an improvisational sketch comedy show at the UCB (Upright Citizens Brigade) theatre. She really enjoyed the show. Even, D’Arcy Carden signed on for the classes and kept progressing with the group. In the year of 2004, she started with UCB, and then toured with the UCB Touring company. In 2010, D’Arcy Carden was using her married surname Carden professionally once she was a cast member for The Ride (An interactive show performed on New York City tour buses). In the year of 2013, D’Arcy Carden co-created and co-starred in “Terrible Babysitters,” which is a Web original regarding two parents who want to discover a babysitter.
In the Comedy Central comedy series Broad City (2014–2019), a series made by fellow UCB alumnae Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, D’Arcy Carden had a recurring role as Gemma. Also, D’Arcy Carden appeared in guest roles in some comedy series:
- Inside Amy Schumer (2015)
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2016)
- Veep (2017).
Following the roles in the parody film iSteve (2013) and the romantic comedy: The To Do List (2013), D’Arcy Carden appeared as Jessica in the acclaimed comedy-drama film Other People (2016).
In the year of 2016, D’Arcy Carden began starring as Janet, in the NBC comedy series The Good Place, that also stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. For her performance in that series, she got critical acclaim and earned nominations for the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Since 2018, D’Arcy Carden has had a recurring role as Natalie Greer in the HBO comedy-crime series Barry, that starring Hader. Along with her fellow cast members, D’Arcy Carden was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 2018 and 2019. In the year of 2019, she appeared in the comedy film: Greener Grass, the romantic comedy film: Let It Snow, and the drama film: Bombshell. Aside from that, D’Arcy Carden also appeared in the Netflix comedy series Bonding and the Adult Swim animated comedy series Robot Chicken. In the year of 2020, she had a recurring role on the Quibi mystery-comedy series Mapleworth Murders.
Awards and Nominations
|2019||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble||Barry||Nominated|
|2020||Critics’ Choice Television Award||Best Supporting Actress||The Good Place||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble||Barry||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Award||Outstanding Supporting Actress||The Good Place||Nominated|
|2010||Pet O Rama||D’Arcy||Short film|
|2011||Bachelorette Ashley Is Single Again||Ashley|
|2011||Mob Wives||Karen Gravano|
|2012||Mob Wives 2 (The Christening)|
|2013||The To Do List||Movie Patron|
|2013||Anna Kendrick Goes K-Pop||Jill Tigerman||Short film|
|2014||I Know You Think I Farted||Linda|
|2014||We Make That Lemonade||Mom with Stroller|
|2019||Greener Grass||Miss Human|
|2019||Let It Snow||Kira|
|2022||Shotgun Wedding||Harriet||Post production|
Early life of D’Arcy Carden
D’Arcy Carden was born on January 4, 1980. She was born and raised in Danville (California). Her father named Dennis William Mustafa Erokan, is a native of Istanbul (Turkey), who immigrated to California when he was a child. He acted in local community theater and founded the Bay Area music magazine BAM. Her father has two sisters, named Miranda and Laney, and one brother named Will. D’Arcy Carden added an apostrophe to the spelling of her name when she was in junior high to emulate D’arcy Wretzky of the band The Smashing Pumpkins. In the year of 1998, D’Arcy Carden graduated from San Ramon Valley High School and then received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from Southern Oregon University.