Michael Showalter is a well known Comedian and actor whose net worth is about $1.5 million. His biography tells about his salary, family, siblings & facts detail. The man with multiple talent, Michael Showalter is a renowned name in the film and television industry. He is a comedian, actor, producer, writer and director. He got his very first recognition through “The State”.
|Full Name||Michael Showalter|
|Birth Date||June 17, 1970|
|Height||5.10 feet / 1.80 m|
|Parents||Elaine Showalter and English Showalter|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Income||Acting|
|Ethnicity||English, German, French and Ashkenazi Jewish|
|Wife||Anne Kalin Ellis|
Michael was born in Princeton, New Jersey on 1970. His father English Showalter is a retired French professor and mother Elaine is an author, literacy critique and professor. Apart from his parents, he has an older sister, named Vinca Showalter LaFleur. By profession she is a speech writer. His father is an Episcopalian and mother is a Jewish. He is leading a married life since the year 2011 with his better-half Anne Ellis and is father to two lovely twins.
He has been a very hardworking man since the beginning of his career, earning him a net worth of $1.2 million. Today Michael Showalter own a house, car, a loving wife and 02 children.
He did his schooling from Princeton High School and graduated from Brown University. After finishing his education, he became completely focused towards his career.
After finishing his education, he joined the Sketch Comedy group known as “The New Group” which later changed its name to “The State”. Here he started his career as video editor, he used to create videos for the MTV show called” You Wrote It, You Watch It”. He then started working with small roles in movies and television shows. He has also been a correspondent on The Daily Show. Michael further became part of an acoustic comedy band The Doilies, in which he is the lead vocalist. In the later years he wrote, directed and starred in the film The Baxter.
He hosts “The Michael Showalter Showalter” which is his original Internet series on Collegehumour.com. His first Stand-up CD was released in the year 2007 called the Sandwiches and Cats. He also teaches screenwriting at New York University’s Graduate Film School. He took all the possible opportunities to expand his work because he found happiness in it. He has been part of numerous projects, his latest ones are his television show “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” and his film, “The Big Sick”.