From a waiter to one of the World's Top-Earning Comedians, the story of Sebastian Maniscalco is equally inspiring. Jerry is regarded as one of the world's best comedians alive, accompanied by Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, Dave Chappelle.
Born to parents of Italian descent, Sebastian began his career performing at open mics in bars while working at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. By far, Sebastian has been actively involved as a professional stand-up comedian for over 2 decades.
Here, we disclose the net worth and earnings of one of the highest earning comedians, Sebastian Maniscalco. Just keep scrolling.
Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco's Net Worth
Sebastian Maniscalco, the American stand-up comedian enjoys a whopping net worth of $10 million.
In 2017, Sebastian made to the Forbes' list of the top-earning comedians, with earnings at $15 million from June 2016 to June 2017. The comedian was surpassed by companions Jerry Seinfeld with $69 million, Chris Rock with $57 million and Louis C.K. with $52 million in earnings.
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Speaking to the magazine, Sebastian said he would love to be in the Forbes' list in coming years, and hate to drop off the list.
I know things are good, but I’d hate to make the Forbes list this year and be off it next year,
And it’s a little uncomfortable to have that information out; I’m a private guy.
In 2017, Sebastian made to the Forbes list, all thanks to his 2017 tours, including his 18-day tour from September 8 to December 10, and over 100 gigs, which includes shows at the Chicago Theatre. The same year, he also voiced "Johnny the Groundhog" in "The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature".
The millionaire comedian owns a two-story Spanish modern mansion in West Hollywood. He shares the mansion with his wife Lana Gomez and their daughter, Serafina.
Sebastian is one of the few comedians who makes most of his earnings on road. He makes an average of $238,161 at each of his gigs and sells nearly 4,000 tickets during each of his shows.
His special, Why Would You Do That taped at the Beacon Theatre, New Yor City, was named Showtime's most successful comedy show in 2016.
Well, the comedian career is still on the rise. We hope, he achieves more success in the days to come.