Introducing: Bryan Callen net worth 2019. How did Bryan Callen become successful and how did the America funniest comedian arrive at such amazing net worth? Read on to find out the secret behind his fortune.
Who is Bryan Callen?
Bryan Christopher is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and podcaster. He is best known for his work as co-host of the show ‘The Fighter and The Kid’. As of 2019, Bryan Christopher net worth is roughly estimated at $3.8 million.
|Net Worth||$3.8 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Acting, Stand-up Comedy, Writing|
|Date of Birth||January 26, 1967|
Early Life of Bryan Callen
Born as Bryan Christopher Callen on the 26 of January 1967 in a military base in Manilla, the Philippines to parents Michael and Toni Callen. He is of Scottish, Irish, Native and American descent. He has a sister named Kelsey. Growing up, Bryam lived in several different places which include India, Pakistan, Greece, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia before settling down in the United States. These moves were due to his father’s occupation as an international banker. He attended Northfield Mount Hermon High School in Gill, Massachusetts and graduated with distinctions.
He went further to study at the American University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history.
Callen started his career in 1995 as one of eight original cast members at the debut of MADtv. He played the cast of different acts which included Pool Boy from Cabana Chat with Dixie Wentworth, motivational speaker AlCasdy, and “relationship-challenged” death row inmate Jeremy Anderson.
Callen was also great at performing different character impressions such as Bill Clinton, Robert De Niro, Al Gore, Luke Perry, Steven Seagal, Sammy Hagar, Kevin Bacon, Jim Carrey, Ted Knight, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, among others. He has starred in numerous TV series and was picked to portray the role of Ricky’s sexually abusive father on ABC family’s ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager‘. As part of his acting career, Callen has made Frequent appearance on Chelsea Lately, hosted ‘Bank of Hollywood’ on E! And is currently a commentator of the truTV show ‘The Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest… ‘
He released the show ‘The Fighter and the Kid ‘ in 2016 alongside Brendan Shaub. The show was taken on a live tour in 2016 across major cities in America. Later that year, the duo then released the 3D version of the show. Along with the release of ‘The Fighter and the Kid 3D’ Callen also released his first solo comedy CD titled ‘Never Grow Up’ which was recorded at the Irvin Improv live in 2016. And in 2019, Callen released his special Called Complicated Apes’.
Bryan Callen is married with kids. He got married to his wife Amanda Humphrey in 2008, and the couple has got two wonderful kids together – a boy, and a girl(no information as Regards to their names, but we will update when we do). Bryan was featured on the MTV comedy show ‘Ridiculousness’ hosted by Rob Dyrdek in June of 2016.
Bryan Callen Net Worth
Bryan Callen net worth in 2019 is estimated $3.8 million. An amount he arrived at through his podcasts, shows, tours, and TV series. He has also featured in a couple of movies such as Run Ronnie Run, Scary Movie 5, Walk of Shame, Bad Santa, The Hangover (1 and 2), and About Last Night. He also owns two YouTube channels.
Favourite Quotes by Bryan Callen
” Women find men attractive who are aggressive… but later on, they get worried that that aggression, that alpha energy, is going to be turned back against them and their children”
“Stand-up comedy is all you. It’s your show, it’s your game. You control every aspect of it – of that experience and that expression. There’s really nothing quite as satisfying”
” I guess I am attracted to older women. I’m looking for a 40-something who has had her heart broken two or three hundred times. She’s going to be fun!”
” Comedy is surprise. Comedy is not something that you can, necessarily, do twice”
” You go into an audition, you’re either the one or you’re not, and if you’re not, you go home. And I kind of like that. If you’re really good, and you’re the best guy in the room that day, you get the job”