Louie Anderson Net Worth

Louie Anderson is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, producer and game show host. Louie Anderson Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $10 Million. Explore more about Louie Anderson‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Louie Anderson Full name Louie Perry Anderson. His nick Name was Louie Anderson. Louie Anderson now 86 Years old (death time) .

Louie Anderson Father Andy  and his Mother Ora.

Louie Anderson Spouse  was  NA.

He was born in 24 March 1953  in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United states of america. His death date 21 January 2022.

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Louie made his television stand-up comedy debut on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” on November 20, 1984, then he performed on “The 9th Annual Young Comedians Special” (1985), “The Late Show” (1986), and “Comic Relief ’87.” His first film was 1984’s “Cloak & Dagger,” and in 1986, he appeared in the films “Quicksilver,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” and “Ratboy” and guest-starred on “Remington Steele.” From 1986 to 1988, Anderson was a panelist on “The New Hollywood Squares” 13 times, and in 1988, he starred in the film “The Wrong Guys” and co-starred with Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, and James Earl Jones in “Coming to America.” Louie reprised the role of Maurice in the 2021 Amazon Prime Video sequel, “Coming 2 America.”

In 1989, Anderson guest-starred on “The Jim Henson Hour” and starred in the comedy special “Louie Anderson: Mom! Louie’s Looking at Me Again.” In 1995, he created the animated Fox Kids series “Life with Louie,” which aired 39 episodes over three seasons and earned Anderson two Daytime Emmys. In 1996, he starred as Louie Lundgren on “The Louie Show,” which ran for six episodes, and played himself in the film “Mr. Wrong.” Anderson hosted “Family Feud” from 1999 to 2002, and he guest-starred on “Ally McBeal” in 2000 and “Nash Bridges,” “Scrubs,” and “V.I.P.” in 2001.

In 2001, Louie won $31,000 on “Weakest Link,” and in 2005, he appeared in the film “Back by Midnight” and guest-starred on “Half & Half” and the “Friends” spin-off “Joey.” He lent his voice to “The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy” and “Tom Goes to the Mayor” in 2006, and he appeared in the film “Cook Off!,” which premiered at the 2007 US Comedy Arts Festival and was then shelved until 2017. In 2012, he starred in the comedy special “Louie Anderson: Big Baby Boomer,” and he released his next special, “Louie Anderson: Big Underwear,” in 2018. In 2016, Anderson portrayed Winston Churchill on “Drunk History” and began starring as Christine Baskets on “Baskets” alongside Zach Galifianakis (who co-created the show) and Martha Kelly. The series aired 40 episodes over four seasons and earned Louie two awards and several nominations.