Dule Hill Net Worth $3.5 Million
Dule Hill is an American actor and tap dancer and has a net worth of $3.5 million. Dule Hill got his net worth as an Performer, Dancer, and Broadway. He’s best known for his roles as personal presidential aide named Charlie Young on the NBC drama television series The West Wing. He’s called pharmaceutical salesman-private detective Burton Guster on the USA Network television comedy drama Psych. Dule studied ballet from a young age, and performed in the musical The Tap Dance Kid. At the age of three years old, Hill began attending dancing classes. At that time they were searching for young dancers who could also sing and act in the approaching production in the Minskoff Theatre and he won the role of understudy to Savion Glover. This led to other musicals. As a teenager, he appeared in several national TV commercials. He left college before graduating to appear in Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk on Broadway. In 1999 he appeared alongside Freddie Prinze, Jr., in the popular movie, She’s All That. The teen won the part of presidential aide Charlie Young on The West Wing. After only one season, the series earned a record-setting nine Emmy Awards and won the prestigious Peabody Award. In 2006 Emmy switched gears, signing on to the cable comedy Psych as the foil to manic leading man James Roday. In his spare time he loves poker and supports the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
American performer and tap dancer, Karim Dule Hill has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million. Although his screen appearances, especially that of his character as aide to the president in the TV series The West Wing, have earned him career success, Dule Hill’s real love of the spotlight relates more closely to his love of tap dancing than of performing in other genres. Produced in Orange, NJ, on May 3, 1974, and raised in Sayreville, NJ, Hill began dancing at age three. His Jamaican parents registered him in dance school as a young child, and he branched out into film and theatre by the time he finished high school. After getting interest as an actor for appearing in a Corn Pops advertisement, as a high school senior, he played the part of Harlem in his first feature film, Sugar Hill, in 1993. The exact same year, he also had a small part in the TV movie Hallelujah, as well as in the show City Kids. His childhood theatre experience proved beneficial, as he decided to leave school prior to the conclusion of his third year to perform Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk on Broadway. On July 10, 2004, Hill married celebrity Nicole Lyn.