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Chris Elliott net worth: Chris Elliott is an American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $10 million. Chris Elliott is most widely recognized for his television and film work in such project as, “Everybody Loves Raymond”, “There’s Something About Mary”, and “Dance Flick”. He also wrote for “The Late Show with David Letterman” and appeared as a character in various skits for the show in the 90s. He was born Christopher Nash Elliott on May 31, 1960, in New York City. Being the youngest child of comedian Bob Elliott, the more wooden half of the comedy duo ‘Bob and Ray’, Chris was introduced into the world of comedy by his father. However, he managed to make a name for himself away from his father’s shadow, by developing his unique offbeat kind of humor that in turn acquired him faithful following. Even though Chris Elliott made his comic career debut as a standup comic, he first got recognition from the wide public and critics as a writer and performer on Late Night With David Letterman. Actually, he was one member of Letterman’s writing team who helped the show set a new level of ironic comedy, winning two Emmys in the process. It was also the time when Elliott’s acting career took off. Later on, he could be seen on the hit TV series “Get A Life”, as well as he landed recurring roles on the sitcoms “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “How I Met Your Mother”. As for his feature turns, they include appearances in movies like “Cabin Boy”, “Scary Movie 2”, “There’s Something About Mary” and “Groundhog Day”, among others. Nowadays, he puts his comic talents on full display as Chris Monsanto in a parody on cops show titled “Eagleheart”, which is currently in its third season.
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Inspirational Quotes by Chris Elliott
I missed the boat when I was doing Late Night.Chris Elliott
That's what keeps me up at three in the morning: Who's looking at reviews of Cabin Boy right now?Chris Elliott
Somehow, by just continually pestering the general public by appearing on television, they accepted me and wanted more.Chris Elliott
I don't get offered many dramatic roles. As soon as my face pops up in a movie, everyone knows I'm the funny guy.Chris Elliott
I'm not a competitive person.Chris Elliott