Christopher Lee Kattan was born on the 19th October 1970, in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California USA, of Jewish and Hungarian ancestry. He is an actor and comedian, probably best known for appearing in the weekly NBC sketch comedy series “Saturday Night Live”, also in the role of Bob in “The Middle” (2009-2014), as Doug Butabi in “A Night At The Roxbury” (1998), and playing Jed Mosely in “How I Met Your Mother” (2010-2014). His acting career has been active since 1993.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Chris Kattan is, as of early 2016? It is estimated from sources that the total size of Chris’ net worth is over $8 million, which has been accumulated through his successful career in the entertainment industry.
Chris Kattan Net Worth $8 Million
Chris Kattan was raised in a well-known family, as his father Kip King, was a famous actor and voice actor, while his mother Hajnalka E. Biro was a model who appeared in the magazine “Playboy”. When Chris was only two years old his parents divorced, and his mother, who was a Buddhist, then remarried to a Buddhist therapist. Chris lived with his mother in Mt. Baldy until he was 15 years old, when he moved to Bainbridge Island, Washington, where he matriculated from Bainbridge High School in 1989. Afterwards, he moved to Los Angeles and started pursuing a career as an actor.
Chris’ professional acting career began in the late 1980s, when he started to feature in several comedy troupes in the LA area, including “The Groundlings”, which his father founded. Afterwards, he earned a few minor roles in TV series, including in the “News Radio” (1995) establishing his net worth; however, his career took off a year later, when he was selected for the cast of the popular show “Saturday Night Live”. He was a part of SNL until 2006, and during that time he created numerous characters, including Mango, Mr. Peppers, and others. He also performed numerous impersonations of celebrities, such as Bill Gates, Ben Affleck, Ricky Martin, and Robert Downey Jr. among others.
His net worth and popularity grew immensely during that period, as his acting career took off in those years. In 1998, he featured in the film “A Night At Roxbury”, and the following year he appeared in the horror film “House On Haunted Hill”. With the beginning of the 2000s Chris’ name became more popular which earned him roles in such productions as “Monkeybone” (2001), “Corky Romano” (2001), “Undercover Brother” (2002), and “Adam & Steve” (2005). In 2009, Chris was selected for the role of Bob in the TV series “Middle”, appearing in 56 episodes, until 2014, when his role was written out.
To speak further of his accomplishments in the entertainment industry as an actor, Chris featured in such productions as “Hard Breakers” (2010), “Tanner Hall” (2009), “Crazy Enough” (2012), “Jake And The Never Land Pirates” (2014-2016) “The Ridiculous 6” (2015), “Walk Of Fame” (2016), and many others all of which increased the overall size of his net worth.
Most recently, Chris was selected for the roles in films “The Last Film Festival”, and “Breaking Legs”, which will be released in 2016, and will also increase his net worth. If to talk about his personal life, Chris Kattan was married to model Sunshine Deia Tutt from June 2008 until August of 2008, when they separated, and were officially divorced in February 2009. According to sources, Chris is currently single, and resides in Los Angeles, California.
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