Colleen Ballinger Net Worth

How much is Colleen Ballinger worth?

Net Worth: $8 Million
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor
Colleen Ballinger Net Worth:
$8 Million

Colleen Ballinger Net Worth: Colleen Ballinger is an American comedian, actress, singer, and YouTube personality who has a net worth of $8 million. Colleen Ballinger was born in Santa Barbara, California in November 1986. Ballinger majored in vocal performance at Azusa Pacific University. She performed for Disney in California from 2007 to 2009 and gave voice and piano lessons. She performed on stage in High School Musical. Ballinger is best known for playing the Internet character Miranda Sings. She posts videos of the character on YouTube and also performers in comedy clubs and theaters worldwide. Colleen’s YouTube channel is called Psychosoprano. Ballinger has performed off-Broadway and has appeared on television and web series as well as a guest artist on many albums. Ballinger has over 400 million views on YouTube and she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in 2014 as Miranda Sings. She appeared as Miranda Sings on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld and on The Tonight Show in 2014. Ballinger has been ranked one of the top 100 most influential Youtubers. Her Miranda Sings comedy channel was ranked #7 and her Psychosoprano channel was ranked #17 on YouTube comedy channels. In 2015 Colleen wrote a successful memoir and signed a Netflix series deal. Today she earns $5 million per year from her various endeavors.

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Inspirational Quotes by Colleen Ballinger

I hope that memes jump out of our computers in the future.

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My audience is like my family at this point.

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I trained to sing well, but now I sing poorly for a living. That was money well spent.

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I don't regret anything I've put out there.

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People ask me if I'm worried that I'm going to be stuck in Miranda forever. I'm not, because how could I complain about what I've been given?

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