Louie Perry Anderson is a professional American actor, television host in addition to an effective stand-up comedian. Hes appeared in various films and TV shows and he’s even created and made some of them. Despite of being born in Minneapolis, Louie Anderson really grew up in town of St. Paul. His amusing ability shown actually early on in his age and his ability wasnt left undetected. On the other hand, the intriguing fact is that he had an enormous family. When he was a teenager he attended the Johnson Senior High and he began to develop his profession later. He pursued his amusing profession and it wasnt long before the results began to appear. As up to the minute, he’s estimated to have a net worth of about $1.5 million. Anderson started his career as a stand-up comedian and he got his introduction back in 1984 on the well-known The Tonight Show. Once the show picked up, he got replaced because the producers didnt believe the teamwork between him and Pinchot would work out. Back in 1987, Anderson appeared on Showtime that was a comedy special. He also got a part in Coming to America which featured very popular Hollywood star and among the best comics of time – Eddie Murphy. He got very popular through the animated series which he created and additionally made back in 1995. It was also loosely according to his wife with 10 sibs. In addition, it covered the parts in which he was greatly picked on due to his and also how he used the humor so that you can escape complicated scenarios. This special show was a success on Fox and it aired for 3 entire seasons which got him two Emmy Awards for the type of an Exceptional Performer in an Animated Program. He also created and really starred in The Louie Show for the CBS network which sadly got just six episodes before its cancellation. Hes also got lots of experiences in his private life. In the days he wed his high school girlfriend but their union only lasted for four weeks. In the 1990s Anderson was truly blackmailed by someone by the name of Richard Gordon who extorted money from him, threatening to disclose private information regarding Anderson. He really paid him $100,000 but when the ransom rose to $250,000 again in the year 2000, Anderson alarmed the authorities and Gordon was detained.