Louie Anderson is best known as an American Stand Up comedian. The people know hom for creating a cartoon series Life with Louie. The 65 years old is also an actor and an author for some books. “Hey Mom: Stories for My Mother, But You Can Read Them Too” is his latest book which is published in this year, 2018. Louie Anderson net worth currently is around $ 10 million dollars.
It was which his community debut was established by Anderson in shape As Lou Appleton using Bronson Pinchot on a pilot episode of ABC’s Perfect Strangers, he was showcased the following year.
Born in Minnesota, he is 11 of 11. Her mother gave birth to 16 children, but 5 of them died in childbirth. Louie has been known as a stand up comedian since 1984. Then in 1995, he broke the hits by creating Life with Louie. The cartoon itself tod about Louie’s young life with his 10 brothers, a beloved mother and his father too. The people responded this cartoon positively. The cartoon brought him a popularity and wealthy as well. It ran very well for 3 years. He even received 2 Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program.
Beside his successful cartoon. Louie also ever host a TV show, Family Feud in 1999. And he left the show in 2002. While in 2016, he got successful role in TV comedy series, Baskets. He got a main cast as Christine Baskets, a mother of Chip and Dale. From this, he was rewarded with Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
The Source of Louie Anderson Net Worth and Income
Louie had spent decades of his life to entertain the people. Most of his income was from his career as a stand up comedian, hosted a TV show and acted in TV series. Louie Anderson Net Worth is around $ 10 million. And surely, the cartoon series, Life with Louie bring him more cash. This is one of his biggest income, even though it ran only for 3 successful years. Another income was from the book he wrote.
Here are some books he authored:
- The F Word: How to Survive Your Family, 49 family survival tips
- Dear Dad: Letters from an Adult Child, a collection of letters to his late father
- Goodbye Jumbo… Hello Cruel World, a self-help book for those who struggle with self-esteem issues
- Hey Mom: Stories for My Mother, But You Can Read Them Too (2018)