How rich is Rich Little?


How rich is Rich Little?

Rich Little Net Worth:
$5 Million

Rich Little Net Worth:

Rich Little Net Worth $5 Million

Produced on November 26, 1938, ‘Rich Little’ is a Canadian American impressionist and voice actor. He was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In his first days, he’s formed a partnership with Geoff Scott. They concentrated on copying the voices of Canadian politicians like Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and Ottawa mayor Charlotte Whitton. From the age of 17, they were performing professionally in the night clubs.

Rich Little started his amateur career in the Ottawa’s Little Theatre where he wins his first acting prize in the Eastern Ontario Drama Festival in Deep River, Ontario. In the show, he mimicked various male stars including the name of James Mason in ‘A Star Is Born’. He appeared in ABC TV’s Judy Carne situation comedy ‘Love on a Rooftop’ in 1966 and 1967. In 1967, he appeared on ‘That Girl’ where he was employed as a writer. In 1968, he made memorable appearances on ‘The Flying Nun’. His appearance in the show makes his name famous as an actor than an impressionist. Little appeared in a episode of ‘Petticoat Junction’ as recently engaged fiance in the year 1969. Rich Little also made regular guest appearances on various talk shows. Little made various television appearances throughout the time of 1970s. His other best known TV series was ‘The Kopyacts’ which was first aired in 1972. Besides this, Rich Little starred in various HBO specials which additionally contain the 1978 one man show ‘Rich Little’s Christmas Carol’. As of 2014, he’s brought in overall net worth sum of $5 million dollars.

Birth date: November 26, 1938
Birth place: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Profession: Impressionist
Nationality: Canadian, American
Spouse: Catherine Brown (m. 2012), Marie Marotta (m. 2003–2010), Jeannette Markey (m. 1994–1997), Jeanne Worden (m. 1971–1989)
Children: Lyndsay Cottrell Little, Bria Little
Parents: Elizabeth Maud Little, Lawrence Peniston Little
Awards: Juno Award for Comedy Album of the Year, Canadian Comedy Award for Juried Categories / Hall of Fame Inductees
Movies: Rich Little's Christmas Carol, The Late Shift, Futurama: Bender's Game, The Christmas Raccoons, The Raccoons on Ice, One Crazy Summer, Bébé's Kids, Another Nice Mess, The, The Raccoons and the Lost Star, Sink Pink, Pink Ice, Now That's Funny, Doris Day Today, Dirty Tricks, Parade of Stars, Starfest, Rich Little: The Presidents
TV shows: The ABC Comedy Hour, The Julie Andrews Hour, Love on a Rooftop, The Raccoons, The Pink Panther Show, The Rich Little Show, Your All American College Show, The John Davidson Show, All About Faces
Albums: Rich Little's Dumb-ettes

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