Published On: Wed, Oct 25th, 2017

Rob Schneider Net Worth; How Much Is Rob Schneider Net Worth Right Now?

Rob Schneider Net Worth in 2018: $15 Million

Rob Schneider is an American actor, television personality, screen-writer, comedian, voice actor and producer while he is best known for his sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live and his total net worth according to many estimates is $15 million.

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The one of the best American comedians Robert Michael Schneider was born on October 31, 1963 in San Francisco, California to Pilar and Marvin Schneider while his mother was a teacher and father was a real estate businessman.

He completed his graduation degree in 1982 from Terra Nova High School, he has started his career even during his school days.

As he joined the San Francisco favorites Head On with his father while later worked on radio stations and now he is considered as one of the most successful comedians in industry.

A comedy show was opened in 1987 by Dennis Miller through which he got the chance to join the HBO while he won the competition as a writer to join the sketch series show.

In 1988 he was hired on Saturday Night Live and later after graduation he was become the full cast member of the show while he appeared in many shows from 1990 to 1994 at SNL.

After getting success on television screen he stepped into the film industry where he got the fame through movie Martians Go Home which was released in 1990.

While later he was starred in several other movies and according to estimates he has earned a huge amount from endorsement deals.

Schneider has appeared in numerous movies as well as in television dramas while some of the most important are; Around the World in 80 Days, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Hot Chick, The Benchwarmers, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan and Grown Ups.

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