Actor and comedian Chris Kattan, most familiar for his work on the weekly NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, has a net worth of $8 million. His net worth didn't just come from his work on Saturday Night Live, however. He's done a variety of work both in TV and in movies. Kattan's career in show business began as he became involved with a variety of comedy troupes in the Los Angeles area, most notably The Groundlings, of which his father was a founding member. Also during this period, he made appearances in a variety of TV shows in small roles, including the NewsRadio episode "No, This Is Not Based Entirely on Julie's Life." Kattan eventually moved to New York to work on Saturday Night Live. While on the show, he became known for his manic characters such as Mango, an animalistic man, and one of half of the nightclubbing Butabi Brothers along with Will Ferrell. The latter character eventually became the inspiration for a feature film called Night at the Roxbury. After leaving Saturday Night Live at the close of the 2003 season, Kattan continues to work, mostly in TV. His most recent appearance was as himself on the popular CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother.