Joel McHale Net Worth

How much is Joel McHale worth?

Net Worth: $14 Million
Salary: $60 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth: Nov 20, 1971 (48 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Profession: Comedian, Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor, Screenwriter, TV Personality
Nationality: Italy
Last Updated: 2020
Joel McHale Net Worth:
$14 Million

Joel McHale Net Worth: Joel McHale is an American comedian, actor and television personality who has a net worth of $14 million dollars. For many years he was best-known as the host of E!’s pop culture wrap up “The Soup”. He gained national prominence after starring in NBC’s sitcom “Community”. He hosted The Soup from 2004 to 2015 and starred on Community from 2009 to 2015.  Today he is a sought-after film and television actor.

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Early Life: Joel McHale was born November 20, 1971 in Rome, Italy. The family was living in Italy while his father Jack worked as the Dean of Students at Loyola University Rome Center. After moving around a bit, the family settled in suburban Seattle, Washington. Joel graduated from Mercer Island High School then the University of Washington where he earned a bachelor’s degree in History and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Professional Actors Training Program.

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Inspirational Quotes by Joel McHale

E! didn't like it when we'd make fun of clips from ESPN - they'd be like, 'That's sports! That's not our audience!'

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All I care about is making jokes that are funny and making people laugh.

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The #MeToo movement is insanely serious, and there's no comedy to be mined out of that.

Joel McHale

The editors and the creators of 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette,' they are so good at casting and at finding these young, beautiful lunatics to go on the show.

Joel McHale

I don't feel any pressure to joke about #MeToo - in fact, I'd say you shouldn't, because it's a great movement that is exposing some really awful behavior and hopefully changing the culture.

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