Nick Cannon's net worth

Nick Cannon’s net worth 2021. When we mentioning the top 10 richest comedians in the world, the name Nick Cannon will be part as he is one of the best and funny characters everyone wishes to watch on their screen. Nick Cannon’s net worth has over the years increased and his name is making a lot of trends making him have a large fan base and also followings on social media.

Many will know the actor for his role in the MTV TV Series dubbed Wild ‘N Out which first aired in 2005.

 

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Nick Cannon’s net worth 2021

According to research done by xorlali.com, Nick Cannon’s net worth is around $30million. This is an estimate of the comedian’s net worth which he got through his career as a comedian, writer, presenter, director, and also singing.

 

Who is Nick Cannon?

 

Nick Cannon is a comedian born on October 8, 1980, in San Diego, California, to James Cannon, a televangelist, and Beth Hackett, an accountant. Nick started his comedy at the tender age of 8 even though he had strict parents who won’t allow him to go out to make friends, or dress like the other children in the vicinity, or allowed to watch television or listen to radio.

 

Nick Cannon movies and TV series

 

Nick Cannon performed as a stand-up comic on his father’s evangelical public access television show when he was just 8 years old.

Here is the list of Nick Cannon movies and TV series that sum up to his net worth of $30million and his fame in the entertainment industry.

  • All that (1998-2004)
  • Drumline (2002) – Devon Miles
  • Men in Black II (2002) – MIB Autopsy Agent
  • Love Don’t Cost a Thing (2003) – Alvin Johnson
  • Shall We Dance (2004) – Scott
  • Underclassman( 2005) – Tracy ‘Tre’ Stokes
  • Monster House (2006) – Officer Lister
  • Goal II: Living the Dream (2007) – TJ Harper
  • American Son (2008) – Mike
  • The Killing Room (2009) – Paul Brodie
  • A Very School Gyrls Holla-Day (2010) – Robby Bottoms
  • Up All Night (2011) – Calvin 30 Rock (2012) – Nick Cannon
  • Drumline: A New Beat (2013) – Devon Miles
  • Wild ‘n Out: Wildest Moments (2013) Aaliyah (2015) – R. Kelly
  • King of the Dancehall (2015) – Tarzan Brixton Berserk (2019) – Raffy
  • Wild ‘N Out (2005-2019)
  • She Ball (2020) – Avery Watts

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