Whitney Cummings Net Worth
How much is Whitney Cummings worth?
Whitney Cummings net worth and Salary: Whitney Cummings is a model, comedian, actress, writer and producer who has a net worth of $30 million. As an actress she is probably best-known for starring in “Whitney” from 2011 to 2013. As a producer, she earned a fortune thanks to the success (mainly via syndication royalties) of the series she co-created “2 Broke Girls” which ran from 2011 to 2017.
Whitney Cummings was born on September 4, 1982 in Washing DC. She started her career in entertainment as a model. She attended University of Southern California, using her money from modeling to pay for tuition. After a couple of years, she transfered to University of Pennsylvania where she subsequently graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Communications and Film in three years. She developed a love for comedy and started doing standup in many clubs around the Los Angeles area, where she was discovered by MTV producers and was cast in what would be her breakout roll in Ashton Kutcher’s, “Punk’d.” She then went on to land starring rolls in several TV shows and movies. In 2011, she co-created and produced the NBC TV Show “Whitney”. The show aired 38 episodes from 2011 to 2013. The majority of Whitney’s net worth actually comes from the CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls” which she co-created and has since been sold widely into syndication around the world. Needless to say, she has a lot more success on the horizon and her net worth is sure to grow exponentially in the coming years.
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Inspirational Quotes by Whitney Cummings
Being known doesn't get you anywhere; it just makes the bar and the expectations higher, especially if the venue wants to charge a certain ticket price because you're known. So people are like, 'I paid $60 to see you, and you're on TV'.Whitney Cummings
We're socially constructed to hide our flaws, and that breeds pain for a lot of people.Whitney Cummings
I wrote a 'Lenny Letter' on a whim, and it felt indulgent, but people came up to me with tears in their eyes saying, 'Thank you.' There's so much shame about mental illness in our country and so many stereotypes about women being 'crazy' or 'psycho.'Whitney Cummings
I'd love to be Katherine Heigl's best friend in a movie!Whitney Cummings
I had a moment where I was onstage once... As a comedian, you just think, 'Be funny as possible all the time - like, funny at all costs - jokes, jokes, jokes.' That's how my mentality was.Whitney Cummings