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Aaron McGruder Net Worth:
Aaron McGruder Net Worth:
Aaron McGruder Net Worth $10 Million
Aaron McGruder net worth: Aaron McGruder is an American cartoonist with a net worth of $10 million dollars. Aaron is best known for composing and drawing The Boondocks comic strip. Aaron graduated with a degree in African American Studies in the University of Maryland. The Boondocks made its introduction in The Diamondback, the school’s campus newspaper in 1997. The Boondocks became an animated television show in the Cartoon Network in 2005. McGruder also works in the assortment comedy show The Super Rumble Mix Show. He has published five Boondocks groups. He coauthored the 2004 novel Birth of a Nation: A Comic Novel. Aaron worked as a screenwriter for the movie Red Tail. There was a effort to boost cash to get a movie starring Uncle Ruckus, but it fell short of the goal. In March 2014 The Boondocks continued having a brand new season but McGruder is not the show’s creator. He has been in a feud with Black Entertainment Television. He is now working to the show Black Jesus.
Aaron McGruder born on 29th May 1974 is an American cartoonist and writer with a net worth of $10 Million. Born to an African American family in Chicago, his parents registered him in a Jesuit school. Afterwards, he continued his studies in the Oakland Mills High School. Aaron graduated with a major in African-American studies in the University of Maryland. He’s well-known for showing the African-American culture through his comic book “The Boondocks”. Aaron’s interest in comics started while he was studying in the University of Maryland. Frank Cho was the then comic editor for the school newspaper. The post was empty after Frank graduated, and Aaron grabbed it immediately. Aaron did not have any real ideas for the comic and instead designed the comic book based on his life experiences in his school and neighborhood with a small Hip Hop standpoint. This gave birth to the masterpiece “The Boondocks”. It was an immediate success when it was first printed in the paper. It was commended by everybody, particularly the Black students in the college as it reflected their lifestyle with a terrific sense of humor.
After his first success, Aaron began posting the strip on the net. It became an online success too. After his graduation, he began printing his comic books with the Universal Press Syndicate. It was such a success that it was eventually printed in more than 160 papers all over the nation, an notable record for that time. His comics were also embroiled in controversy for issues for example interracial marriage, charges of racism against the whites, along with the continuous barrage of attacks against George Bush. Aaron now resides in Los Angeles and is working on his Boondocks comic books. He is also focusing on a project whereby he means to release his comic books within an animated comedy show.
|Birth date:||May 29, 1974|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Profession:||Writer, Cartoonist, Television producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Public speaker, Film Score Composer|
|Education:||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Awards:||NAACP Image Award – Chairman's Award, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series|
|Books:||A right to be hostile, Birth of a nation|