How rich is Drew Carey?


How rich is Drew Carey?

Drew Carey Net Worth:
$165 Million

Drew Carey Net Worth:

Drew Carey Net Worth $165 Million

Produced on May 23, 1958 ‘Drew Allison Carey’ is a well known celebrity, comic, game show host and sports executive. Carey became popular from appearing in his own situation comedy ‘The Drew Carey Show’. Carey began his comedy career in the year 1985 with following the idea given by means of a disc jockey buddy ‘David Lawrence’. Following annually, he became the victor of open mic competition. He then began to perform in the multiple comedy clubs in both Cleveland and La. Nevertheless, he came to see as a comic after competing in 1998 ‘Star Search’. While employed as a stand-up comedian in ‘The Tonight Show’, his performance impressed Carson who finally encouraged him to the sofa alongside his desk. In the year 1994, he composed his own stand-up comedy for the show titled ‘Drew Carey: Human Cartoon’. He was given using a CableACE Award for The Best Writing.

After getting success as a stand-up comedian, he appeared in numerous supporting characters in the many television shows. In the year 1993 he was casted in the film ‘Coneheads’ to play the role of cab passenger. Following annually, he appeared in the short lived sitcom ‘The Good Life’. Carey was employed as a consultant for the TV show ‘Someone Like Me’. He brought in an enormous sum of $60,000 in its first seasons. During the time of closing season of the show, he was bringing in entire sum of $750,000 per episode. In the year 1998, he began hosting thee improvisational comedy show ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’. At the beginning of 2014, he’s amassed overall net worth sum of $165 million dollars.

Birth date: May 23, 1958
Birth place: Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Comedian, Actor, Game Show Host, Television producer, Screenwriter, Photographer, Voice Actor
Education: Kent State University, James Ford Rhodes High School
Nationality: United States of America
Children: Connor Carey
Parents: Beulah Carey, Harry Carey
Awards: Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup winner (2009-2011 (2009-2011), 2014), People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Television Performer (2000), Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (2003), Satellite Award for Best Actor – Musical/Comedy Series (1998)
Nominations: "Master of Ceremonies", "Official host of staged events at Cleveland Comedy Club"
Movies: The Aristocrats (2005), Jack & Jill (2011), The Big Tease (1999)
TV shows: "Dancing with the Stars" "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (2014), "The Price Is Right" (2007-), "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson", "The Drew Carey Show" (1995)

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