California-born actress, model, writer, and producer Whitney Cummings is estimated to be worth $30 million in 2022.
Early Life and Education
On September 4, 1982, Whitney Cummings entered the world at a hospital in Washington, DC. Her mom Patti was the director of public relations for Mazza Gallery at Neiman Marcus, and her dad Eric was a lawyer and a venture capitalist. With her older sister and step-brother, Whitney spent her formative years in the Georgetown area.
Whitney was a natural comedian from an early age and delighted in making her loved ones chuckle. She attended St. Andrew’s Episcopal School and the Studio Theater in Washington, DC for her theatre training. After finishing high school in 2000, Whitney enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School of Communications to study communications. She earned her Magna Cum Laude degree in 2004. She got her start in the television industry with an internship at WRC-TV, an NBC affiliate in Washington, DC, and then followed her ambitions to Los Angeles.
Whitney Cummings Bio
|Net Worth||$30 Million|
|Age||39 years old|
|Date Of Birth||September 4, 1982|
|Salary||$60 Thousand Per Episode|
|Profession||Actress, Comedian, Model|
Whitney is worth around $30 million (£25.35 million). As a result of the show’s success, she made an additional $60,000 (£50,700) per episode of 2 Broke Girls. The comedian’s wealth skyrocketed after her work on the show, which she co-created and produced. This has opened the door for her to try new things, such as the upcoming Netflix specials.
Upon finishing her education, Cummings moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. She launched her career in this new field by performing as a stand-up comedian, and she has since appeared on stage at a wide variety of venues.
She first gained attention from MTV executives during her stand-up career, which ultimately led to her first acting role. Her breakthrough came in 2004 when she joined the cast of Ashton Kutcher’s MTV reality show Punk’d.
Afterward, in the same year, Whitney starred in EMR, a low-budget thriller shot in Cannes. At the time, she was also gaining notoriety as a stand-up comedian. Cummings was featured in a media publication called Variety in 2007, where he was named one of 10 comics to keep an eye on.
The following year, she tried out for Last Comic Standing in San Francisco, but she didn’t make it past the showcase. In the same year, Cummings appeared in both the romantic comedy Made of Honor and the sketch comedy The Tony Rock Project, both of which he played the role of Sketch Performer.
When the Chelsea Lately show on the E! network premiered in 2009, it was announced that Cummings would be a regular roundtable guest on the show until its cancellation in 2014. In 2008, she was recognized as one of the 12 Next Big Things in Comedy by Entertainment Weekly.
Whitney kept up her appearances as a Comedy Roastster on the Comedy Central Roasts, including the 2009 Joan Rivers Roast, the 2010 David Hasselhoff Roast, and the 2011 Donald Trump Roast. Cummings’s first hour-long stand-up special, titled Whitney Cummings: Money Shot, debuted on Comedy Central in August of 2010.
Cummings has done a number of comedy specials in addition to Money Shot, such as I Love You (2014), I’m Your Girlfriend (2016), Jokes (2022), and others.
Cummings rose to prominence as a producer and co-writer for the NBC series Whitney after appearing in a number of TV shows and films. The first episode aired on January 15, 2013, and the final episode aired on May 17, 2013.
When Cummings came up with the idea for the hit CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls, it was a watershed moment in her career. The show was a huge financial success and has been syndicated all over the world. Cummings’s wealth is largely attributable to her work on that show, for which she is credited as creator, writer, and executive producer.
Season one of Two Broke Girls premiered on ABC in 2011, and the show was canceled in May of 2017, after six successful seasons. Cummings’s net worth is likely to rise thanks to other endeavors in the entertainment industry in addition to that show.
Whitney bought a home in the Los Angeles suburb of Woodland Hills for $4.3 million in May 2019. Her Studio City, California mansion cost her $1.49 million back in 2011.
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