Your Favorite Comedians Net Worth

Your Favorite Comedians Net Worth
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Comedians get paid to make us laugh, and sometimes they get paid a lot. Here is a list of your favorite comedians net worth:

1. Larry David: $800 Million

Larry David is an American actor, writer, and producer. He’s created several shows, namely, the 1990’s hit Seinfeld and more recently Curb Your Enthusiasm, which aires on HBO.

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2. Jerry Seinfeld: $720-800+ Million

Jerry Seinfeld was the star of the 1990’s television show Seinfeld. He’s still active and regularly tours the country. He also created a series in recent years called Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Each episode, he picks up a celebrity in one of his collectible cars and drives them to get coffee.

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3. Ellen DeGeneres: $360 Million

Ellen has been a staple of mid-day comedy television for decades. She has also been featured on several television shows, movies, and she also got her start doing stand-up.

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4. Steve Martin: $130 Million

Although Steve Martin hasn’t been very active in recent years, he made more than enough money in his younger years to tide him over. In the 1970’s and 1980’s, he acted in several movies and was a mainstay on Saturday Night Live.

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5. Kevin Hart: $128 Million

Kevin Hart is all over television, Netflix, and movie screens these days. He’s in his late 30’s and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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6. Bill Murray: $120 Million

Like Steve Martin, Bill Murray also once was a favorite on Saturday Night Live. Since then, he’s been in several movies and television shows.

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7. Chris Rock: $100 Million

Chris Rock is one of the most iconic stand-up comedians of our generation. He has also been in more than a few television shows and movies. He continues to do stand-up and he frequently appears in television shows and movies.

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8. Jon Stewart: $80 Million

Jon Stewart hosted the incredibly popular “Daily Show” for years. He has since moved on, but the impact that he made on television, comedy, and politics was noticeable. He has slowed down, but he continues to make appearances on television shows and is an active promoter of social issues.

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9. Will Ferrell: $80 Million

Will Ferrell made a name for himself on Saturday Night Live, but he didn’t stop there. He has appeared in several movies, including the popular Anchorman and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. 

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10. Conan O’Brien: $75 Million

For a short period of time, Conan O’Brien took over as host of The Tonight Show. He has since moved on, but he still has a late night show on TBS. In his younger years, he was a writer on Saturday Night Live.

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11. Tina Fey: $65 Million

Tina Fey made a name for herself as a writer and host of “Weekend Update” on Saturday Night Live. She also created and wrote for the television show 30 Rock. She continues to act and write and she has a new show on NBC called Great News.

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12. Stephen Colbert: $45 Million

Stephen Colbert recently took over for longtime late night host David Letterman on CBS. Before that he helped create a popular comedy show on Comedy Central called The Colbert Report. Colbert started his career decades ago. He once worked on the improvisational group Second City, which is based out of Chicago. After that, he worked with Jon Stewart as a reporter on the Daily Show. His appearances on the Daily Show helped him get his own show on Comedy Network.

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13. David Chapelle: $42 Million

David Chapelle started his career in stand-up and later created a widely popular show on Comedy Central called Chapelle Show. He recently did two stand-up comedy specials for Netflix.

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14. Louis CK: $25 Million

Louis CK is a comedian, actor, and producer. He created his own show called Louis and he continues to tour the country doing stand-up. His stand-up shows have been featured on HBO and Netflix.

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15. Zach Galifianakis: $20 Million

Zach has appeared in several movies, including the blockbuster Hangover. He also has been in shows on Comedy Central and created the popular web-series “Between Two Ferns.”

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16. Amy Poehler: $18 Million

Like many others on the list, Amy made a name for herself on Saturday Night Live. She has also appeared in several movies and she helped create and write for the hit television show Parks and Recreation.

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17. Aziz Ansari: $17 Million

Aziz is only in his mid-30’s, but he’s already made a name for himself. His stand-up specials are extremely popular and also was one of the main writers for Parks and Recreation. In recent years, he created a show for Netflix called Master of None. The show is in its second season and is likely to be picked up for another season.

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18. Jim Gaffigan: $16 Million

Jim Gaffigan is a loveable comedian who is well-known for his stand-up comedy. He hasn’t appeared in many television shows or movies, but his stand-up specials are widely popular. He continues to tour the country.

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19. Sarah Silverman: $12 Million

Sarah Silverman is the winner of two primetime Emmy awards. She has been a writer for several television shows and has acted in several movies. Sarah continues to do stand-up and her specials have been featured on Netflix and Comedy Central.

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20. Bert Kreischer: $1 Million

Bert, also known as “the Machine” is a relative newcomer. He is a comedian and podcaster who is quickly gaining fame online and on television channels like Comedy Central. He appears frequently on several podcasts and hosts his own podcast as well. He does stand-up and continues to tour.

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