How rich is Russell Peters?

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How rich is Russell Peters?

Russell Peters Net Worth:
$40 Million

Birth date: September 29, 1970
Birth place: Toronto, Canada, USA
Height:1.8 m
Profession: Comedian, Actor, Disc jockey, Television producer, Screenwriter
Education: Chinguacousy Secondary School
Nationality: Canada
Spouse: Monica Diaz (m. 2010–2012)
Children: Crystianna Marie Peters
Parents: Eric Peters, Maureen Peters
Siblings: Clayton Peters
Awards: Trailblazer Award (2013)
Nominations: Gemini Award for Best Individual Performance in a Comedy Program or Series, Canadian Comedy Award for Television / Best Writing - Television Program or Series, Canadian Comedy Award for Live / Best Male Stand-Up, Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series, Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Canadian Comedy Person of the Year, Canadian Screen Award for Best Writing in a Variety or Sketch Comedy Program or Series
Movies: Breakaway, Source Code, Russell Peters: Notorious, The Jungle Book, A Russell Peters Christmas Special, New Year's Eve, Girl in Progress, The Legend of Awesomest Maximus, Tiger Claws III: The Final Conflict, Ribbit, The Con Artist, Senior Skip Day, Quarter Life Crisis, Russell Peters: Red, White, and Brown, Let's All Hate Toronto, Comedy Now Presents Russell Peters, Just for Laughs: Stand-Up: Vol. 3: Launching Pad, The Clapper
TV shows: Last Comic Standing, Comedy Now!, Lord Have Mercy!, Juno Awards, The Great Debate
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Russell Peters Net Worth:

Russell Peters Net Worth $16 Million

Russell Dominic Peters (born September 29, 1970) is a Canadian comedian and performer. He started performing in Toronto in 1989 and won a Gemini Award in 2008. He’s set records for sales and presence in a comic’s performance, in 2007 the very first comic to sell out Toronto’s Air Canada Center, in 2009 a sales record in London, in 2010 bringing the biggest audience in Australia to get a stand-up comedy show.

Peters started performing in Toronto in 1989. In 1992, Peters met comic George Carlin, among his biggest influences, who guided him to get on stage whenever and wherever possible. He explained he “took that advice to heart, and that I do believe that is the reason I ‘m where I’m now.” In 2007, 15 years after, he hosted one of Carlin’s last shows before his departure the next year. Based on Peters, those snippets made their way to all those given cultural groups, and were well received by them.


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