Canadian-born and bred actor, comedian, writer and producer Mike Myers has a net worth estimated at $175 million. His career began in childhood with a string of commercials, one of which he appeared in with Saturday Night Live alum Gilda Radner. Myers spent time with Second City comedy troupe Toronto and Chicago, appeared on Citytv show City Limits became a founding member of London-based Comedy Store Players and joined comedian Neil Mullarkey on the British children's program Wide Awake Club. In 1989, Myers joined the cast of NBC's Saturday Night Live and performed legendary characters Linda Richman, Dieter and Wayne Campbell. The latter character landed Myers and fellow SNL cast member Dana Carvey their own movie adaptation, Wayne's World, which was released in 1992. Wayne's World was a critical and commercial success, grossing $183 million worldwide. After two more films and another three years on Saturday Night Live, Myers took a temporary hiatus before reemerging with the film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, which was followed up by the wildly successful Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (grossed $312 million worldwide) and Austin Powers in Goldmember (grossed $296.6 million worldwide). Myers voices the title lead of the Shrek franchise, with Shrek grossing $484.4 million worldwide, Shrek 2 grossing $919.8 million worldwide (DreamWorks most successful film to date) and Shrek the Third, grossing $798.9 million worldwide. Among his awards are four MTV Movie Awards, an Emmy Award and two Canadian Comedy Awards.