How Much is Lavell Crawford Net Worth and Income today?

Lavell Crawford Net Worth and Income

Lavell Crawford Net Worth and Income

Many people know Lavell Crawford as a comedian and actor. He is popular for his role in Breaking Bad. In this TV drama, he played as Huell Babineaux.  Besides, he also gain fame from his role in Better Call Saul. Talking about Lavell Crawford net worth, it should be a round $ 600.000

Lavell Crawford was born in Missouri. His father was a bodybuilder. When he was young he got  a problem with his weight. During 1990, he often appear in ComicView by BET. Besides, if you remember, he was a contender on a TV program,  Last Comic Standing of NBC in 2007. Unfortunately, he actually lost to Jon Reep.

As an actor, he has taken a parts in some TV series and movies. Breaking Bad should the most notable about his TV series career. He was in this series since 2011 to 2013. He played as Huel, a bodyguard for Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk). His role continued in The Breaking Bad’s spin off, Better Call Saul.

About the movie he starred, those movies included The Ridiculous 6 as Gus Patch, American Ultra as Big Harold, Meet the Blacks, etc.

Further, he often appeared in The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore in 2015, He usually appeared as a special correspondent and as a panel member.

The Source of Lavell Crawford Net Worth

Talking about the sources of his income, he actually receive it from all his activities in entertainment industry. He does many comedy events like stand up comedy, in some shows and many more. Besides, he also got more from his role in TV shows and movies. Breaking Bad might be his one of the biggest income.

Don’t you know? Lavell Crawford has changed  a lot. Compared to his old appearance, he looks 120 pounds lighter. He no longer got problem with his weight. But it doesn’t mean that he was not funny at all.

 

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