The Golden Globes nominated actor, Anthony Anderson for the television series 'Black-ish' has earned a whopping net worth of $30 million. He has accumulated his worth from his successful career as an actor, comedian, writer, and game show host.
Anderson has directed two episodes of 'Black-ish' in 2019, and a documentary 'Katt Williams: The Pimp Chronicles Pt. 1' in 2016, from which he has earned his tiny worth.
Lone Wolf Morales from 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown' Anderson bought a house in 2005, for $1 million in Encino, Los Angeles.
The house stands on 3,451 square feet of land that includes three bedrooms, one bathroom. Anderson loves the environment of his house and feels a lot like a 'Black-ish' neighborhood.
The Judge of 'Iron Chef America' has been starred in almost thirty-nine movies and among them his most grossed movie is Transformer (2007) as Glen Whitmann.
The movie was made on a budget of $150 million but made a huge profit of $709 million from its worldwide collections.
Anthony Anderson's most earning are from his career as an actor as he has appeared in more than ninety movies, television series, and short videos. Some of his most earning movies are 'Hustle & Flow' as Key, 'Transformers' as Glen Whitman, 'The Departed' as Trooper Brown, and others.
Anderson also has earned his worth from appearing in various television series like 'Mixed-ish' as Andre Johnson, 'Guys with Kids' as Gary, 'Law & Order' as Detective Kevin Bernard, and so on.
The executive producer of 'To Tell the Truth' has Andre 'Dre' Johnson and Drexler Johnson in the series '#BlackAf'.
At the starting phase of the series in 2014, he got a salary of $10,000 then Anderson got a huge raise of $400,000 from the series. He has appeared in 141 episodes of the series and after his raised salary, Anderson earned $8.4 million per season.
Anderson also has earned his worth as a producer while has produced eleven television series, movie, and documentary. He is the executive producer of 121 episodes of 'Black-ish', 42 episodes of 'Grown-ish', 'Eating America with Anthony Anderson', 'Beats', and so on.
The 'Hot Bot' actor has hosted a game show 'To Tell The Truth' since June 2016, and was the second African-American to host the franchise after Doris Hancox. Anderson hosted the show for 43 episodes for over three years from 2016 to 2019.
Anderson is also well-recognized by his voice-acting works and has done twelve voice-acting in movies, video games, and television series. Some of his voice-overs work are 'Blaze and the Monster Machines' as Pegwheel, 'Ferdinand' as Bones, 'Diablo III' as Monster, and others.
The 'Barbershop: The Next Cut' actor has earned his worth through various commercials. In 2003, he did a commercial for Miller Lite, McDonald's in 2010, Walmart discount department stores with Melissa Joan Hart for one month November 2014 to December 2014. Then in 2019, he did commercial for Wings/Stop, Budweister in 2019, and T-Mobile in 2020.
Anthony Anderson supports 17 charities and foundations like the American Heart Association, Sheckler Foundation, Youth Lifeline America, Treatment Action Campaign, and others. Anderson along with his wife Alvina Anderson has created an 'Anthony and Alvina Anderson Charitable Support Foundation' that Promote Educational And Charitable Purpose.
In 2011, Anderson took part in a game 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' where he won $250,000 as a prize gift which was donated to Alzheimer's Association.
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