Wayne Alphonso Brady is a renowned American actor, TV personality, Game show host, Singer, and Comedian. He is best known for performing in “Kinky Boots,” a Broadway show which received a Tony Award.
Wayne Brady also starred in an improvisational comedy TV series, “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Brady was the host of his show, “The Wayne Brady Show,” and “Don’t Forget the Lyrics.”
Over the years, his acting, singing, and hosting skills enabled him to be nominated sixteen times in the Emmy Awards. Let’s find out more about the Primetime Emmy Award Winner’s net worth and Income Sources.
Net Worth and Income Sources.
Brady has showcased his talents both on Broadway and in Hollywood. As of 2020, Wayne Brady’s net worth is $10 million. The Broadway show Kinky Boots grossed around $9.95 Million. Wayne has been making money from theatre acting for years now.
From the show, Don’t Forget the Lyrics, it was rumored that Wayne received $2 Million. He also took part in the award-winning musical play, Hamilton. The play had grossed an average of $12.5 Million.
House, Car, Property, Lifestyle.
In 2018, there were rumors that Wayne Brady sold his $2.7 Million 4202 square foot home in Sherman Oaks. The house was built back in 1954, and it features a family room, formal living room, dining room, and a center island kitchen.
Moreover, his former house also had five rooms and five bathrooms. Where does he live now? Wayne Brady wasn’t as open as we expected. When it comes to his personal life, there’s nothing to tell.
Wayne Brady made his debut on national television when he was a contestant on a sketch comedy show called “Kwik Witz.”
On the Improvisational theatre show (British Version) Whose Line is it anyway (1998), Wayne starred alongside Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Clive Anderson. Later on, he became a regular on the American version of the show.
His work on the Broadway show paved the way for him to receive a Primetime Emmy Award-‘Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program.’
In 2003-2004, Wayne won a Daytime Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Talk Show Host’ in The Wayne Brady Show. His talent and skills led him to receive several other roles on shows.
Since 2014, Wayne Brady has played several voice roles in movies such as Stuart Little 3 and Scooby-Doo! Stage Fight. Wayne also plays the voice role of Clover the Rabbit in Sofia the First. He made appearances in shows like So you think you can dance, Black Lightning, The Neighborhood, etc.
In 2008, he released his first studio album, ‘A Long Time Coming,’ and two years later, he released another one, ‘Radio Wayne.’ In 2013, Brady received an ‘Oustanding Original Song’ on the Daytime Emmy Award.