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What Is Chris Rock’s Net Worth In 2022?

What Is Chris Rock’s Net Worth In 2022?

Fans of the comedian want to know what his net worth is in 2022.

Following the Oscars ordeal which saw Chris Rock being on the receiving end of an angry Will Smith, fans of the comedian want to know what his net worth is in 2022.

The Everybody Hates Chris actor was launched into stardom after appearing on Saturday Night Live in the 90s before being cast in Down To Earth in 2001.

Now age 57, Rock is an established comedian, producer and director with multiple accolades to his name.

What is Chris Rock’s net worth?

As of 2022, Chris Rock has an estimated net worth of $60 million (£46 million), according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The comedian began his career as a stand-up comic, working in New York City’s Catch a Rising Star club, before earning small roles in 1988’s I’m Gonna Git You Sucka as well as Miami Vice.

Eddie Murphy caught one of Rock’s nightclub shows and took him under his wing, giving him his first film role with Beverly Hills Cop II.

Rock then gained national attention in the US for his time on SNL in the early 90s, joining a slew of up-and-coming comics at the time, including Adam Sandler

He was the developer, writer and narrator for the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris between 2005 and 2009, which was based on his early life.

The comedian has since starred in movies like the Madagascar film series, the Grown Ups duology, and What To Expect When You’re Expecting

The comic has also dipped his toes in presenting, hosting the Academy Awards three times, in 2005, 2016 and 2022.

He is also the recipient of awards himself, winning four Emmy Awards and three Grammy Awards for his work, as well as being voted the fifth-greatest stand-up comedian, according to Comedy Central.

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Topics: Celebrity, Celebrity Net Worth, Oscars, Will Smith, Chris Rock