Felicia Day Net Worth

We sure love our actresses. Felicia Day is no exception. As an Actor, Television Producer, Screenwriter, Writer, Singer from Huntsville, Alabama, United States. Born on June 28, 1979 into the family of unknown Ryon Day, this United States of America woman is famous for her many roles on large and small movies as well as TV. Standing at 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m), Felicia Day studied and graduated from University of Texas at Austin. The actress’ family is comprised of her spouse unknown, kids unknown. As most of famous actresses, Felicia Day has amassed a large net worth with a lot of money under her name. Successful box office hits and terrific performances on the small and large screen have earned this woman tons of accolades and recognition across the board. So, what about numbers? Her net worth is calculated to be $1 Million.

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Structural info

  • Full Name: Felicia Day
  • Net Worth: $1 Million
  • Date Of Birth: June 28, 1979
  • Place Of Birth: Huntsville, Alabama, United States
  • Height: 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
  • Profession: Actor, Television Producer, Screenwriter, Writer, Singer
  • Education: University of Texas at Austin
  • Nationality: United States of America
  • Siblings: Ryon Day
  • Nicknames: Katherine Felicia Day , Kathryn Felicia Day , Day, Felicia
  • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FeliciaDay
  • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/feliciaday
  • Google+: http://plus.google.com/+FeliciaDay
  • Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/feliciaday
  • MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/feliciaday
  • IMDB: www.imdb.com/name/nm1260407
  • Awards: Streamy Awards for Best Female Actor in a Comedy Web Series and Best Ensemble Cast in a Web Series (2009, 2010), Inaugural IAWTV Awards (2012), Green Light Award, YouTube Video Award for best series, and the Yahoo!
  • Nominations: VGX Award for Best Performance by a Human Female,3rd Streamy Awards: Best Writing – Comedy and Best Guest Appearance (2013)
  • Movies: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (2003), “Bring It On Again” (2004), “Just for Love” (2014), “Bring It On Again” (2004), “June” (2004), “Lie to Me” (2009), “Eureka” (2011), “Chew”
  • TV Shows: “Dragon Age: Redemption”, “The Guild” (2007 – 2013), “The Flog”, “Supernatural”, “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog”


  • Voice acting is very different from live-action. You only have one tool to convey emotion. You can’t sell a line with a look. It’s all about your vocal instrument.
  • ‘The Last Of Us,’ to me, is just amazing storytelling, because everything’s from the character point of view, which even movies don’t really do successfully a lot of the time.
  • When I go to a web video meeting and look around, at least half the show runners are women. And a lot are actors-cum-writers who are frustrated with the situation of being a woman actor in Hollywood and have decided to create their own show.
  • People always ask why I stay in the online space versus going to TV or film, like most people would do, and the answer is that there’s opportunity for innovation online – not only innovation in storytelling, but also innovation in how you interact with your audience and that is very fulfilling to me personally.
  • That’s what I love about the Internet. Even if it’s small-scale and you’re just posting on a forum, that’s an uncensored expression. That’s what I love.
  • That’s the great thing about incubating something on the web: you have the potential to go to other platforms. Every single platform has a different audience that you find.
  • People don’t teach you how to handle the workload that comes from a little bit of success, and it’s something I’d never had to handle, because I’d been rejected for so long.
  • People don’t appreciate that when you’re on the Internet, it’s a 24/7 job. Even if you’re not releasing episodes, your show is living and breathing on the Internet because there’s a community around it. Ninety percent of the work is after the web series is shot, and you have to constantly maintain your community, because it’s all you have.
  • I’ve played pretty much every single-player RPG there is, has been, ever will be. But as far as the MMOs go, especially with the voice chat, it becomes like hanging out with your friends in a chat channel, and you’re playing at the same time. So it becomes a lot more social than people would probably think.
  • I’m definitely more of a ‘think game’ kind of girl. I’ll read every single dialogue and codex entry and lore entry. I really do love projecting myself and creating my character.
  • Now that we’ve transitioned to more Smart TVs, where people are broadcasting their cable box, I hope that Geek & Sundry is something that people will click on in the future, knowing that they’re going to get content that they love.
  • I’m in a very fortunate position, in that if I had an idea, and I could do it on a web budget, I could probably get it made; it’s just a question of finding the time to really develop it, because I don’t want to make anything that I don’t believe in 100 percent.
  • I’m very persistent; I know the Internet very well, because I grew up on the Internet. I had Internet when there was just dial-up, and the Internet was my social outlet.
  • I don’t appeal to everyone well. I appeal to fewer people in a much stronger way. That’s what fandom is to me, and what creates fans for everything I make.
  • I think the more web video there is, the more press you’ll get, as well as all the people who want to tell stories that haven’t been told before but can’t do that on TV because different stories are a risk.
  • I guess I just always had this idea that I would go to Hollywood. I had the typical ‘get up and go’ attitude that you have to have in order to make the brave step into the big city.
  • I’d been in Hollywood for five years before I started writing ‘The Guild.’ I worked enough to pay all my bills. So I was very lucky in that respect. Most people don’t make a living acting.
  • I’ll be in a series for three or four episodes, but then I’ll be off the series, and downtime, as an actor, is a little more than most people understand. Most of the time you’re just sitting around taking coffee with friends.
  • I came from a dance background, so that’s what I did my whole teenage years. I was at the dance studio a lot. It just becomes your social scene and part of your life.
  • For the vlogging channel, I wanted to build the infrastructure and build up all the personalities in a way that felt like weren’t just forcing the audience to watch everyone we have.
  • Typecasting is something I have to be careful with, since I play myself on Geek & Sundry so much on my weekly show ‘The Flog.’ That’s why I did ‘Dragon Age: Redemption’ last year, so I could do something a little more dramatic and hard-edged.
  • ‘TableTop’ is packed with gaming celebrities and independent game creators. This is a huge subculture that really doesn’t have a vehicle to rally around or educate people with.
  • I actually did go through severe depression and anxiety attacks where I couldn’t sleep for weeks. It was definitely several months of being not myself.
  • Sustaining an audience with a web series is an impossible task.
  • My goal with every show we put on Geek & Sundry is to make it that big of a success, not just within the video but within fandom itself.
  • My goal in creating Geek & Sundry was to create a community based around web video, and we’ve accomplished that, especially on our budget.
  • On Tumblr, I’m really careful about not following too many things. I enjoy going on there to discover new things more than anywhere else now.
  • Nobody sets out to break new ground. I think change comes when people have no other choice.
  • I think Hollywood has seen what fandom can do for a project. You can definitely see that when you go to Comic-con.
  • I’ve read every single fantasy novel there is. I mean, I would challenge a lot of people to read more fantasy novels than I have.
  • I’m resigned to the fact that the corseted history of America is not as exciting as that of Britain.
  • I think every role is always exciting and intimidating. I’ve never had a role where I wasn’t intimidated by it.
  • I’d been on ‘Buffy’ – that is an amazing community, the Joss Whedon fans.
  • I learned that lack of budget can be overcome by fan passion if you can get your content to the people who like what you do.
  • I have a little obsessive-compulsive personality. You can tell because I played online games for eight hours a day.
  • I still do commercial work as an actor, which I love, because it’s very quick, and it definitely pays my bills.
  • I love sitcoms, and I grew up on sitcoms. That’s my tasty junk food.
  • I could go off into the wilderness and write fantasy novels for the rest of my life and probably be happy; but I always want to challenge myself.
  • I believe you are never past the point of creating opportunities for yourself.
  • My favorite ‘Mister Rogers’ episodes were always the ones where Mr. Rogers would go into the community.
  • Comic-Con has become more of a pop cultural festival, and to not be included feels like you’re missing the biggest celebration of the year.
  • When I carve out time to game, it’s because I rationalize that I ‘deserve it,’ so I relish every minute of that 2-3 hour session.
  • I was a huge fan of video games; I wanted to write something, and I saw the tools at my fingertips to upload a video to my audience, and that’s why I’m here today. I think that freedom and the lack of gatekeepers, combined with people’s passion, is what really the true spirit of Internet geekdom is about.
  • What I love about what I get to do is that I’m allowed to create the stories that I want to tell with minimal interference by some very big corporations like Microsoft and Sprint and EA and BioWare. The advantage that these tech companies have is that they understand the space organically, versus traditional media companies.
  • Hollywood typecast me as the secretary. I could have worked as the quirky secretary for the rest of my life, but I decided not to do that.
  • I’m a huge fan of BioWare games. I think they do some of the best character-building. I mean, I have a relationship with Thane from ‘Mass Effect’ that is as vivid as any crush that I’ve had on a TV-show character.
  • Geek and Sundry has an eclectic line-up of shows all targeted around things I love: Comics, Tabletop Games, Books and more.
  • If you know your characters well enough, you aren’t trying to grasp for storylines. You’re really thinking about their flaws and their passions and what they’re chasing.
  • I always enjoyed acting. My aunt was actually an actress.
  • I was a child of a tech family. My grandfather was a nuclear physicist and was always a gadget guy.
  • I created ‘The Guild’ because nobody was offering me the roles I thought I could do best at in Hollywood.
  • Basically, my socialization as a child didn’t come from any schooling; it came from being in theater and meeting people online.
  • I’m a big champion of people doing things outside the system.
  • I’m super excited about gaming always. That’s the thing that I geek out over; those are the vlogs that I’m surfing if I’m not already playing a game at night.
  • I think the whole definition of a geek is somebody being passionate and focused, and being proud of saying that they’re passionate and focused, on a narrow range of subjects.
  • I would never let somebody say that they’re me. That would be the ultimate betrayal of what I stand for.
  • Every quirky girl doesn’t have to be the best-friend character. It’s a very limiting and self-fulfilling prophecy. People only write things that will get green-lit, so they write to those stereotypes.
  • My dad was in the military, yeah. He was in the Air Force, and he was a doctor, so he would go places for six months here, and two years there. And I was home-schooled because I played the violin, and I did a lot of competitions.
  • At no point am I ever threatened by people who question who I am, or why I like the things I do, or my legitimacy. Because I know who I am very strongly, and I think that’s what geek culture can reinforce.
  • The substance of what it means to be a geek is essentially someone who’s brave enough to love something against judgment. The heart of being a geek is a little bit of rejection.
  • Surprisingly, I think if you’re known on the Internet, you’re probably an introvert.
  • Finishing games has been something I’m really proud of, seeing something through to the end.
  • Just because you have star power and a huge marketing budget, you can see from some professional web series, it doesn’t equal views.
  • Social media is an amazing tool, but it’s really the face-to-face interaction that makes a long-term impact.
  • There is definitely a way in which women are raised to be less proactive, less business-oriented, and less willing to jump into creative no man’s land. I think media has more of an influence on how we perceive gender identity than anything else.
  • Whether you’re a Twitter follower, a YouTube subscriber or a Facebook friend, natural social instinct is to collect people and to not kind of see them later. But unfortunately, with social media, you collect them and they’re in your life, whether you really want them or not.
  • I feel like maybe I’m part of that generation that became more of a gamer than a video consumer. It’s always been something I’ve done with my spare time. If I had three hours on a Friday night, I’m not out partying. I’m probably playing video games.
  • Every single job is a challenge. You are walking into a new set, a new character, creating a world and trying to get comfortable to do your best work.


  • Expecting her first child (a girl) in January, 2017.
  • Sister of Ryon Day.
  • Grew up in Alabama and Texas.
  • Was valedictorian of her class in college.
  • She is an excellent violin player and has been playing since she was two.
  • Co-owner, with Kim Evey, of production company, “Knights of Good Productions”, which owns shows like The Guild (2007).
  • She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin as a double major with Bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Violin Performance. She is a professional-level violinist.


  • Dry and quirky writing
  • Red Hair
  • Awkward yet hyperactive personality


Title Year Status Character
Co-optitude TV Series executive producer – 107 episodes, 2013 – 2016 producer – 1 episode, 2014
LARPs 2015 TV Series executive producer – 11 episodes
TableTop 2012-2015 TV Series executive producer – 56 episodes
Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana 2015 TV Series executive producer – 10 episodes
Morganville: The Series 2014 TV Mini-Series executive producer – 6 episodes
Spooked 2014 TV Series executive producer – 4 episodes
Caper 2014 TV Series executive producer – 6 episodes
Outlands 2013 TV Series executive producer – 7 episodes
Fetch Quest 2013 TV Series executive producer – 10 episodes
The Flog TV Series executive producer – 31 episodes, 2012 – 2013 producer – 13 episodes, 2012
Written by a Kid 2012-2013 TV Series executive producer – 10 episodes
The Guild TV Series producer – 55 episodes, 2007 – 2011 executive producer – 3 episodes, 2012
Dark Horse Motion Comics 2012 TV Series executive producer – 1 episode
Sword & Laser 2012 TV Series executive producer – 8 episodes
Dragon Age: Redemption 2011 TV Series executive producer – 6 episodes
The Guild Sells Out 2009 TV Series producer
Do You Wanna Date My Avatar 2009 Video short producer
Title Year Status Character
Chew 2018 post-production Amelia Mintz (voice)
Stuck 2017/I post-production Robin
Star Wars: Detours 2016 TV Series post-production 2012 voice
Con Man 2015-2017 TV Series Karen
The Librarians 2016 TV Series Charlotte
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows 2016 Video Game Orlana Corvail (voice)
Con Man: The Game 2016 Video Game Karen (voice)
We Bare Bears 2016 TV Series Karla
Signal Boost! 2016 TV Series Salesman
The Crossroads of History 2016 TV Series
Chronicles of Humanity: Redemption 2015 Amanda Wood (voice)
Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns 2015 Video Game Zojja (voice)
Critical Role 2015 TV Series Lyra
Supernatural 2012-2015 TV Series Charlie Bradbury / Dark Charlie
Kittens in a Cage 2015 TV Series Young Josephine
Gigi: Almost American – Season Two 2014 TV Movie Dentist
Werewolves 2014 Short Elenor
Gigi: Almost American 2014 TV Series Nanci
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff 2014 Video Game Felicia Day (voice)
My Gimpy Life 2012-2014 TV Series Felicia
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange 2012-2014 TV Series Ginger Root
Metroosa (Ginger)
Lust for Love 2014 Mary
Math Bites 2014 TV Series Lemon Meringue Pie Lover
Epic Gaming Time 2013 TV Series
Outlands 2013 TV Series 84
The Guild 2007-2013 TV Series Codex / Cyd Sherman
Dan Vs. 2012 TV Series The Boss
The Flog 2012 TV Series Violin
Fish Hooks 2012 TV Series Angela
Rock Jocks 2012 Alison
Husbands 2012 TV Series Sexy Pizza Girl
Guild Wars 2 2012 Video Game Zojja (voice)
Eureka 2011-2012 TV Series Holly Marten
MyMusic 2012 TV Series Gorgol
Dragon Age: Redemption 2011 TV Series Tallis
Chronicles of Humanity: Descent 2011 Amanda Wood (voice)
Generator Rex 2010-2011 TV Series Annie / Girl in Theatre
Dragon Age II 2011 Video Game Tallis – Mark of the Assassin DLC (voice)
Lee Mathers 2010 TV Movie Paige
Red: Werewolf Hunter 2010 TV Movie Virginia ‘Red’ Sullivan
The Jeff Lewis 5 Minute Comedy Hour 2010 TV Series Office Worker
The Legend of Neil 2008-2010 TV Series Fairy
Fallout: New Vegas 2010 Video Game Veronica Renata Santangelo (voice)
Loki and SageKing Go to GenCon 2010 Short Evil Felicia Day
Rock of the Dead 2010 Video Game Mary Beth (voice)
The Webventures of Justin & Alden 2010 TV Series Felicia Day
Dollhouse 2009-2010 TV Series Mag
The Guild Sells Out 2009 TV Series Syd
Lie to Me 2009 TV Series Miss Angela
Three Rivers 2009 TV Series Jeni
Alone 2009/X Short Amanda Wood (voice)
My Boys 2009 TV Series Heather
Roommates 2009 TV Series Alyssa
The Jace Hall Show 2008 TV Series
Atom TV 2008 TV Series Fairy (segment “Legend of Neil”)
House M.D. 2008 TV Series Apple
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog 2008 TV Mini-Series Penny
Dear Me 2008 Pipsy
Prairie Fever 2008 Video Blue
Splitting Hairs 2007 Short Sugar Girl
Windfall 2006 TV Series Danielle
Love, Inc. 2006 TV Series Natalie
God’s Waiting List 2006 Trixie
Short Story Time 2005 Short Felicia
Monk 2005 TV Series Mrs. Heidi Gefsky
Mystery Woman: Vision of a Murder 2005 TV Movie Emily Claire
Warm Springs 2005 TV Movie Eloise Hutchinson
Final Sale 2004 Short Felicia
June 2004 TV Movie June Marie Jacobs
One on One 2004 TV Series Sarah
Strong Medicine 2004 TV Series Jesse’s Friend
The Mortician’s Hobby 2004 Short Tiffany
Century City 2004 TV Series Sheryl
Bring It on Again 2004 Video Penelope
Undeclared 2003 TV Series Shelia
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2003 TV Series Vi
Delusional 2003
Backslide 2003 Short Maddie
For the People 2003 TV Series Nicole
They Shoot Divas, Don’t They? 2002 TV Movie Call Girl
House Blend 2002 TV Movie Pam
Maybe It’s Me 2002 TV Series Cookie
Emeril 2000-2001 TV Series Cherie
Strings 2001
Title Year Status Character
Vaginal Fantasy Book Club 2012-2017 TV Series 58 episodes
TableTop 2012-2015 TV Series creator – 58 episodes
Spooked 2014 TV Series written by – 4 episodes
The Flog 2013 TV Series written by – 1 episode
The Guild TV Series 2 episodes, 2011 – 2012 creator – 53 episodes, 2007 – 2012 writer – 35 episodes, 2007 – 2009 written by – 11 episodes, 2010
Dragon Age: Redemption 2011 TV Series written by – 1 episode
Title Year Status Character
Warm Springs 2005 TV Movie performer: “I Won’t Dance”, “Beautiful Dreamer”
Lie to Me 2009 TV Series performer – 1 episode
The Legend of Neil 2009 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Commentary! The Musical 2008 Video short performer: “The Art”
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog 2008 TV Mini-Series performer – 3 episodes
Title Year Status Character
Hide. 2011 Video short special thanks
The Circle of Men 2011 Short special thanks
Unloved 2011 Video short special thanks
The Mercury Men 2011 TV Series special thanks – 10 episodes
ElfQuest: A Fan Imagining 2011 Short special thanks
Jasper Man 2010 Short special thanks
Tru Luv 2010 Short special thanks
Rien de 9 2010 TV Series special thanks – 1 episode
A Comicbook Orange 2009 TV Series special thanks – 1 episode
Issues: The Series 2009 TV Series short special thanks
Title Year Status Character
Vaginal Fantasy Book Club 2012-2017 TV Series Herself – Host
Co-optitude 2013-2016 TV Series Herself
Harmontown 2015 TV Series Herself
Geeks Who Drink 2015 TV Series Herself – Question Giver / Herself – Team Captain
TableTop 2012-2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
No, You Shut Up! 2015 TV Series Herself
Project for Awesome 2014 2014 TV Movie Herself
World of Warcraft: Looking for Group 2014 Documentary Herself
The Wil Wheaton Project 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Calgary Expo 2014 2014 Short Herself
Takei’s Take 2013 TV Series Herself
Epic Meal Time 2013 TV Series Herself
How Video Games Changed the World 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009-2013 TV Series Herself
Nerdy Nummies 2013 TV Series Herself
Vlogbrothers 2013 TV Series documentary Herself
5th Annual Shorty Awards 2013 Video Herself – Host
The Flog 2012-2013 TV Series Herself – Host / Herself
Rewind YouTube Style 2012 2012 Video short Herself
The Jace Hall Show 2009-2012 TV Series Herself
KevJumba Takes All 2012 TV Series Herself
Cocktails with Stan 2012 TV Series Herself
Chris Hardwick’s All-Star Celebrity Bowling 2012 TV Series Herself
Game On! 2012 TV Series Herself
Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Ctrl+Alt+Compete 2011 Documentary Herself
Talking Dead 2011 TV Series Herself
NerdHQ 2011 TV Series Herself – Panelist
X-Play 2011 TV Series Herself – Actor / Writer
The 2nd Annual Streamy Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
The Webventures of Justin & Alden 2010 TV Series Herself
Red Carpet Report 2010 TV Series Herself
A Comicbook Orange 2010 TV Series Herself – Interviewee
Behind the Scenes: When Galaxies Collide 2009 Video short Herself
Attack of the Show! 2009 TV Series Herself – Host
The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards 2009 TV Special Penny
EverCracked! The Phenomenon of EverQuest 2009 Video documentary Herself
Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show 2009 TV Series Herself
The 1st Annual Streamy Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Winner: Best Female Actor in a Comedy Web Series
Spinning the Web 2009 Video Herself
Commentary! The Musical 2008 Video short Herself (voice)
The Making of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog 2008 Video documentary short Herself
Epic Fu 2008 TV Series Herself
The Mortified Shoebox Show 2006 TV Series Herself (2009)
Player$ 2003 TV Series Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Vlogbrothers 2012-2015 TV Series documentary Herself
Supernatural 2015 TV Series Charlie Bradbury
Annoying Orange: Movie Fruitacular 2014 TV Movie Ginger Root
TableTop 2013 TV Series Herself


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