How much is American Comedian Corey Holcomb Net Worth? Is he Satisfied with his Comedy and Acting Career?
Born and raised in Chicago Hills, Illinois, Corey Holcomb is a comedian, radio host, and actor. He came to the limelight with the help of another Chicago-based comedian, Godfrey. Currently, Holcomb hosts his own internet show, The Corey Holcomb 5150 Show, which airs Tuesday nights on Ustream.
Though Holcomb has made appearances in a number of films and television series, he has not reached the height of stardom to date but is in the process. That doesn’t mean that he is not determined or skillful, he even owns a radio show, Corey Holcomb 5150 show. Let’s uncover his net worth, income sources, and career in detail.
How Much is Corey Holcomb’s Net Worth?
Corey Holcomb, an American comedy actor has earned a considerable amount from his career. He has a net worth of $1 million. Corey’s primary source of income is his career as an actor, screenwriter, and radio show host. Being an actor, Holcomb played the role of Trucker Dad in a 2002 American basketball-themed comedy film, Like Mike directed by John Schultz.
The movie has grossed the worth of $62.3 million which has a budget of $30 million. His other portrayal movie called Dance Flick earned $32million, it has a total budget of $25million.
Holcomb’s Net Worth Comparison with his Genre & Generation
- Deon Cole-$500 Thou
- Corey Holcomb-$1.5 M
- DeRay Davis-$1.5 M
- DL Hughley-$10 M
- Katt Williams –$5 M
- Rickey Smiley–$5 M
Holcomb lives in his apartment located in Los Angeles, California. He is living a blissful married life in the apartment with his wife Maya Holcomb and their children. Besides acting, Corey is interested in singing and sports.
Is Corey Satisfied With His Career?
The lagend American comedian, Corey Holcomb began a career as a stand-up comedian in Chicago. Soon after that, he emerged as the face of Chicago’s comedy scene in the late 1990s opposite Godfrey and DeRay Davis. Most of Holcomb’s standup material emphasizes relationships, particularly relationships gone wrong.
As an actor, Corey was featured as Boonie on the tv series Black Jesus from 2014 to 2015. Prior to that, he gave the voice to Robert Tubbs on the TV series The Cleveland Show from 2009 to 2013. Additionally, he had recurring roles on the television series Half & Half, and Family Time.
His other acting credits include, Like Mike, The Watermelon Heist, Who’s Watching The Kids, Dance Flick, and few others. He regularly portrayed on the series Wild ‘N Out for ten years.
Likewise, he competed on the reality tv series Last Comic Standing in the year 2004. Or even better, he appeared on episodes of the next tv series Everybody Hates Chris, The Tonight Show alongside Jay Leno, Zo What? Morning Show and Comics Unreleased.
|2002 Like Mike||Trucker Dad|
|2003 The Watermelon Heist||Nicodemus Brown|
|2005 Baggin’ TV movie|
|2009 Dance Flick||Sugar Bear Henchman|
|2012 Who’s Watching the Kids||Uncle Larry|
|2014 Think Like a Man Too||Marty the One Man Party|
|2015 The Wedding Ringer||Otis / Alzado|
Holcomb’s TV Series
|Half & Half (2003-2004 )||Chuancey|
|Wild n’ Out (2005–Present)||Regular Cast Member|
|Everybody Hates Chris (2007-2009)||Black Moviegoer, Man in Store|
|The Cleveland Show (2009-2013)||Robert Tubbs|
|Tyler Perry’s House of Payne (2011 )||Damon|
|Black Jesus (2014 )||Boonie|