John Mulaney, a famous American stand-up comedian, and actor, holds a thrilling net worth of $6 million.
He is best remembered as the writer of Saturday Night Live and the creator and cast of the Fox-based sitcom Mulaney. Here are some facts about his fortune:
How Did Accumulate Such A Massive Fortune?
The 'Big Mouth' star has been able to amass a wonderful net worth of $6 million from his successful career in show business. He earned his fortune working as a stand-up comedian, actor, producer, and writer in television shows.
Huge Success In Entertainment Field
We all know that John worked as the writer for SNL from 2008 to 2013. The show was able to achieve huge milestone of success during his years as the writer.
He, not only wrote the story lines for the plays in the show, but also created the character Stefon (played by Bill Hader) which was much appreciated by fans.
John Mulaney is a successful Stand-up comic beside being a writer. His show are always an epic statement hence tickets for most Mulaney's shows cost somewhere between $75 to $100 per seat.
Back in 2013, he did an hour-long stand up gig which earned him a hefty paycheck. It was also revealed that he made about $2 million from a single tour back in 2017.
John also aired his show 'Kid Gorgeous at Radio City' in 2018 which again proved to be a success.
Recently, in 2019, Mulaney penned two deals with Netflix and Comedy Central which probably will yield him over $500,000 per show with the streaming service provider and he reportedly will claim over $1 million per Comedy Central specials.
Appeared in Other Talk-Shows and Comedy Shows
Besides having exceptionally successful career as a comedian and several sell out shows, Mulaney has also appeared in other famous television talk-shows.
He has appeared in hit comedy talk-shows like The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, his a former SNL crew member.
As stars get paid for appearing in those shows, he surely made a few thousands from his celebrity appearances in various talk shows.