About Pauly Shore
It has been reported that the overall amount of Pauly Shore net worth today is as much as 15 million dollars, according to recent calculations. Pauly Shore has made his name famous through his career in comedy, but he is also known as an actor. Thus, being a comedian and an actor has added up a lot to the total amount of Pauly Shore net worth, too. Pauly Shore is mostly known because of his many appearances on TV series and movies. He is also known for his family, as they are owners of the popular Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood.
The comedian was born in 1968 in Hollywood, California. He was born into a family, which was involved in comedy, thus, there is no surprise that he got interested into this business too, which later also became the main source of his living. Pauly Shore got his education at Beverly Hills High School. When he was 17 years old, Pauly Shore made his debut on the Alley Cat Bistro.
Pauly Shore was noticed by Sam Kinison, who became his mentor and Pauly Shore also appeared with him in his live shows. When Pauly Shore performed on stage, he created his alter ego named The Weasel.
In the period f 1989-1994 he became a very known man when he started to appear on MTV as a VJ. This position also made him richer as it added up a lot to the total size of Pauly Shore net worth. Soon, he also got his own show called “Totally Pauly”. Moreover, he also served as a host of many spring break parties on MTV. Thus, it has been mainly to MTV that he became so well known. His career there also turned him rich as it has added up a lot to the overall estimate of Pauly Shore net worth.
Pauly Shore has also released a music video called “Lisa, Lisa, the One I Adore”. In 1992, Pauly Shore appeared in a film called “Encino Man”. Other productions in which he appeared and which made him even more popular include “Son in Law”, “Jury Duty”, “Bio-Dome” and “In the Army Now”. Pauly Shore has also appeared in a couple of music videos of “Limp Bizkit”. In 2003, Pauly Shore appeared in a mockumentary called “Pauly Shore is Dead”, which he also wrote and directed. In 2005 he was working on another show called “Minding the Store”.