As a seasoned TV actor and one of America’s most popular comedians, Chris D’Elia must have earned a pretty penny by now – here’s his net worth. Chris D’Elia got his start in the entertainment industry in his teens and early twenties, earning bit parts in shows like Chicago Hope and Boston Legal before deciding aged 25 that stand-up comedy was his true calling. Stints on Live Nude Comedy, Live At Gotham and Laugh Factory followed but D’Elia stayed true to his acting roots and got his first big TV break as college stoner Bill Stankowski on the short-lived TBS sitcom Glory Daze.
Since his role on Glory Daze D’Elia had a steady stream of TV work including a two-season run on sitcom Whitney alongside fellow comedian Whitney Cummings, and playing the lead role of ladies’ man Danny Burton on the NBC sitcom Undateable for three seasons from 2014 to 2016. D’Elia’s more recent TV work includes recurring roles on The Good Doctor, The Lonely Island-produced comedy series Alone Together and he turned his hand to voice acting when he voiced washed-up actor Remington Tufflips on the Nickelodeon animation Sanjay And Craig.
On the stand-up comedy side of things, D’Elia has several sell-out tours under his belt and filmed a number of comedy specials including White Male. Black Comic, Incorrigible and Man On Fire. He also somehow found time to record a parody rap album – Such Is Life – as his hip-hop alter ego MC Chank Smith and has hosted his own comedy podcast Congratulations With Chris D'Elia for the past two years. With all that hard work, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that Chris D’Elia’s net worth is an estimated $16 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
D’Elia’s film career to date has been fairly low key with small roles in indie projects like Celeste And Jesse Forever alongside Michael Cera, Band Aid and comedies including Netflix's Little Evil and Half Magic. That could be about to change, however, after D’Elia nabbed a part in Zack Snyder’s much-hyped zombie heist movie Army Of The Dead which is set to premiere on Netflix sometime in 2020.
His other upcoming film work includes a role in the indie comedy-drama Film Fest about a struggling filmmaker trying to sell his movie at an obscure film festival. Chris D’Elia fans can also catch the actor/comedian in the forthcoming second season of the hit Netflix thriller You.