About Drew Carey
It has been announced that Drew Carey net worth reaches an estimate of 165 million dollars, which makes him one of the richest comedians in the industry. In addition to being a comedian, he is also known as an actor, game show host and sports executive, which all bring financial success to the overall amount of Drew Carey net worth.
Before he became a household name, Drew Carey was serving in the United States Marine Corps. Also, he started his career as an actor while doing several stand-up comedy jobs. However, the show which made him popular was his own show called “The Drew Carey Show”. It also was the one which started to accumulate Drew Carey net worth which the comedian has today. Also, he was the host of the show based on improvisations which was called “Whose Line Is It Anyways?” Both shows were broadcasted on the ABC channel.
In addition, Drew Carey has appeared in a lot of TV series, films, television specials, talk show and many more. In 2007, he was selected to be the host of the TV game show called “The Price Is Right”. In addition to his career in acting, he is also known to be involved in sports. Drew Carey is the co-owner of the Seattle Sounders FC which is the team playing in the Major League Soccer. Also, Drew Carey works as a photographer of the United States National Soccer Games.
Drew Carey is also known as a writer. He published his autobiography entitled “Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined”. In the book, Drew Carey wrote about his early life and also aspirations to become a well known star in the television. The sales of his autobiography increased the overall amount of Drew Carey net worth a lot.
Drew Carey grew up in Ohio. When he was still little, his father died because of a brain tumor. While attending high school, Drew Carey played the trumpet and cornet in his school’s marching band. When he attended Kent State University, Drew Carey was expelled from the university several times because of his poor learning and poor educational performance. Finally, Drew Carey left university on his own will. Thus, at that time he became a member of the United States Marine Corps, where he belonged for six years. Before he got involved into comedy, he also worked as a waiter and also a bank teller.