Who is Naomi Sablan?
Naomi Sablan was born on 8 October 1972, in the United States of America. She is a producer, writer, and actress, but perhaps best known for being the wife of actor Adam Scott. Her husband is known for his role in numerous television shows, including “Parks and Recreation” in which he played the role of Ben Wyatt. Other shows he’s been in include “Big Little Lies” and “The Good Place”.
The Net Worth of Naomi Sablan
As of early-2020, Naomi Sablan’s net worth is estimated to be over $500,000, earned through a successful career in the entertainment industry, having worked on numerous successful television and film projects.
She probably benefits from the success of her husband as well, as Scott has a net worth estimated to be over $8 million.
Life and Career
Naomi lived her life relatively out of the spotlight, in the entertainment industry in production and writing. At around the same time of her marriage with Scott, she was an associate producer and scriptwriter for “The Andy Milonakis Show”, the comedy sketch show aired on MTV and featured actor Andy Milonakis and his real-life neighbors in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
She then took a long break from the job as she became busy raising a family and supporting her husband.
She made her return in 2012 with “The Greatest Event in Television History”, which she created alongside her husband. The show was aired on Adult Swim, and is a mockumentary featuring the remake of a television show set during the 1980s. Later she worked with her husband once more in “The Overnight”, an independent film about a couple who meet another eccentric couple after moving to a new location. During the same year, she was named by the magazine “Variety” as one of the top 10 producers of the year. A few of her recent projects include “Other People” and “Ghosted”, which are further projects in collaboration with her husband.
Husband – Adam Scott
Adam grew up in Santa Cruz, California and was raised by retired teachers. He is of Sicilian and American descent, and grew-up with two older siblings. During high school, he developed a strong interest in acting, and after matriculating enrolled at the Los Angeles-based American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Following the completion of his studies, he started to look for various acting roles.
During the 2000s he appeared in several films, such as “Torque”, “Knocked Up”, “Step Brothers”, “The Aviator”, and “High Crimes”. He also worked on various television projects, with one of her first appearances being in “Boy Meets World” as Griff Hawkins.
He played the love interest of David in “Six Feet Under”, and also worked on “Eastbound & Down”, portraying a drug addict front office representative of a baseball team. He then gained a lot of attention for his work in “Party Down”, and was nominated for an Entertainment Weekly Ewwy, the publication’s play on the Emmy.
Later Career – Adam Scott
In 2011, Scott worked on “Our Idiot Brother” before he was cast in “Friends with Kids”. He then played the corporate boss of the titular character in “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” which starred Ben Stiller, and is an adaptation of the short story of the same name written by James Thurber.
He also ventured into drama with “The Vicious Kind”, which got him a lot of positive reviews as he showcased a different character to his usual comedic antics. He won various independent film festival awards for his performance.
Around the same time, he was cast in one of his most recognizable roles in “Parks and Recreation”, in which he portrayed auditor Ben Wyatt. He first made a guest appearance before becoming a main character, staying from the second season up to the end of the show’s run in 2015. It starred Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, and Rashida Jones, the story being a satire of politics in the US, particularly in California, and received a lot of praise during the latter part of its run.
Recent Projects – Adam Scott
In the late-2010s, Scott began working with Adult Swim for several projects, including the comedy “Children’s Hospital” and his collaboration with his wife “The Greatest Event in Television History”. He also worked on the Comedy Central show “Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time” and was a recurring character in “The Good Place”. One of his latest television projects is “Big Little Lies’ which aired on HBO, which ran for two seasons, and starred Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman. The show gained a lot of praise for its acting, script and direction. At the same time, he worked on the sitcom “Ghosted”, but which only lasted a season before being canceled.
In film, he’s been more focused on independent projects as seen in “The Overnight” and “ACOD”. He was one of the stars of the horror film “Krampus”, which as the name denotes, is based on the folklore creature well-known within the regions of Germany. Apart from acting, he’s also been busy with podcast projects – he was the co-host of the show “U Talkin’ U2 To Me” which mainly covered the band U2. He also worked on a podcast with a similar format, about the band REM. He is known to be a constant guest of other podcasts, including “Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!”
Naomi married Adam sometime in 2005 and they have two children together; they keep their relationship and family mostly out of the spotlight. Her husband is a big fan of “Star Wars”, particularly actor Mark Hamill whom he even invited to his second-grade birthday. It is not known if she shares the same sentiment. As evident in podcasts, he is a big fan of bands REM and U2, though it is not known if Naomi is also in the same boat.