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Brad Garrett Net Worth


Brad Garrett Net WorthHow much is Brad Garrett Worth? Brad Garrett is an actor, voice actor, television producer, professional poker player, stand-up comedian, comedian. Brad Garrett was born 14-Apr-60 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles. Played the role of Ray’s brother, Robert on the television show, Everybody Loves Raymond and landed a lead role on Fox’s ‘Til Death. He has also voiced numerous characters, including Bloat in the Disney film Finding Nemo and Hook Hand Thug in Disney’s Tangled. According to Forbes, Brad Garrett Net Worth is $50 Million. He became the youngest comedian to ever perform on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson at age 23. He played the role of Robert in the television show, Everybody Loves Raymond starring Ray Romano . He attended UCLA for the duration of two months before dropping out to pursue a comedy career in the 1980s.

Brad Garrett Net Worth is $50 Million

First Name Brad
Last Name Garrett
Full Name Brad H Gerstenfeld
Age 57 years
Date of Birth 14th April, 1960
Birthplace Woodland Hills, CA
Height 6′ 8½” (204 cm)
Build Large
Eye C Brown – Dark
Hair C Brown – Dark
Distinctive Feature Tall stature
Zodiac S Aries
Sexuality Straight
Religion Jewish
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
School El Camino Real School, Woodland Hills, CA (1978), Hale Jr. School in Woodland Hills, California
University UCLA (dropped out)
Profession Actor, Producer
Profession Actor
Claim to Fame Robert on Everybody Loves Raymond
Music Genre Observational, Sitcom, Improvisational, Observational comedy, Black Comedy, Improvisational Comedy, Insult Comedy, Satire, Black Comedy, Improvisational Comedy, Insult Comedy, Satire
Year(s) Active 1984–present
Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling) Management 360 (LA)
Brand Endorsement Print ad: “Got Milk?” (2000), Print ads for Mars Candies’ M&M’s “Become an M&M” ad campaign (2007), TV commercial for “7-Up”, with Kelly Stables (2009), (2016 – Holiday season) Apple commercial, “Frankie’s Holiday,” playing Frankenstein’s monster
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