Bashir Salahuddin is an actor, writer, and comedian based in the United States, who has different sources sharing different figures when it comes to his net worth and earnings. Bashir is best known for the portrayal of Morgan Russell in 2017 film Snatched, also starring Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Christopher Meloni and others. Apart from the film, he has also appeared in TV shows like Brothers in Atlanta and Crushed.
Moving along, the 41-year-old actor is known for his debut work in popular TV show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon hosted by comedian Jimmy Fallon himself. He is currently married to actress Chandra Russell, who has worked in films like Night Shades, Things Girl BFFs Do, and others.
Here, we are not talking about his personal life rather his net worth and career. Continue reading to find out more.
Bashir Salahuddin net worth and salary
When it comes to Bashir's net worth, there are different sites which claim different figures. Some sources claim that he has an estimated net worth of $1 million while other sources like Net Worth Post claims that his estimated net worth if $17 million which is quite a vast difference, to be honest.
Talking about his salary, it is estimated to be a massive $80,000 per annum which is massive.
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Like his net worth, there is very little information when it comes to his salary from films and his properties. However, back in August of 2017, Bashir and his wife put up a gift registry on The Knot Wedding Registry.
Bashir Salahuddin and wife Chandra Russell
The wish list features an insane amount of things which range from $10 to hundreds of dollars. The amount of things on the list is kind of absurd. Some of the top items in the list include a Wolfgang Puck Electric Reversible Grill and Griddle, an Organic Braided Matlasse Duvet Cover and an Organic Half Moon Duvet Cover.
Moreover, the list also featured normal items like cups, napkin pins, chairs, planter and many others.
Bashir Salahuddin career
Bashir, who is a graduate of M. Young Highschool entered the entertainment industry back in 2003 after he sang the title song of the film, The Hebrew Hammer. For his talented, he soon started gaining attention from the media and also was mentioned in the list of 10 TV scribed to Watch by Variety.
Watch an interview with Bashir Salahuddin
In the 2000s, he also served as a government concentrator in Pforzheimer House and also became the chairman of Harvard Black Men's Forum. He does not serve on the post anymore.