About Louie Anderson
It has been estimated that the overall amount of Louie Anderson net worth today is 1.5 million dollars. He has earned this net worth through his involvement into comedy as he is one of the most successful stand-up comedians. In addition to that, Louie Anderson is also a TV show host and an actor, and these two sources are also important when earning the total size of Louie Anderson net worth.
Louie Anderson is known as a creator of the animated TV show called “Life with Louie”. Moreover, he is also an author of three books. In the period of 1999-2002, he was serving as a host of the show called “Family Feud”. Thus, his career as a TV show host has also increased the overall amount of Louie Anderson net worth.
Louie Anderson was born in Minnesota in 1953. He was raised in a very huge family, which consisted of 11 kids. He was the second-youngest child in the family. In 1984, Louie Anderson began his career as a stand-up comedian when he appeared on the show called “The Tonight Show”. In 1985, he appeared on a pilot episode of the show called “Perfect Strangers”, however, his role was later given to another comedian, Mark Linn-Baker.
In 1987, Louie Anderson starred in a comedy special TV show which was aired on Showtime. In 1988, Louie Anderson appeared in a movie called “Coming to America”, where actors such as Arsenio Hall and Eddie Murphy starred. In the same year, he appeared in another film called “The Wrong Guys”. Thus, his acting career has also added up to the total estimate of Louie Anderson net worth.
In 1995, he started his own animated show called “Life with Louie”, which aired on the Fox network. This series were based on his own life, living in a family of 11 kids, a loving mother and a war-obsessed father. In this show, Louie Anderson also portrayed how he was teased at school because of his weight and how he used to deal with it by using comedy. The show lasted for three years and it was even a winner of two Emmy Awards.
In 1996, Louie Anderson created another TV show called “The Louie Show”, which was airing on the CBS network. However, after only 6 episodes the show ended. In this show, Louie Anderson appeared as a psychotherapist living in Minnesota.