Raven-Symone net worth: Raven-Symone is an American actress and singer who has a net worth of $55 million dollars. Contrary to popular belief, Raven Symone is not worth $400 million. That rumor comes from an unsubstantiated media report that estimated Raven's business empire would eventually generate $400 million in revenues for parent company Disney. That statistic is quite different from Raven Symone having a personal net worth of $400 million. Assuming that $400 million number was true, Raven would likely be entitled to only a small percentage of those profits. Likely between 10 and 20% after taxes, management, lawyer and operational fees. Raven's take which would be a much smaller than $400 million but still quite an impressive amount. Furthermore, for anyone who still is under the impression Raven Symone is worth $400 million personally, that would mean she has managed to earn roughly $1 billion in her lifetime to account for taxes, fees and costs. While Raven has been very well paid in her career, this is simply not true.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Raven-Symone, also known as Raven-Symone Christina Pearman, moved to New York as a toddler, and began working as a model almost immediately. By age two, she had appeared in advertisements for such brands as Ritz Crackers, Jell-O, and Cool Whip. After auditioning for a role in "Ghost Dad" opposite Bill Cosby, she was invited to join the cast of "The Cosby Show". She became a household name appearing as Olivia on the show for its final two seasons. She then went on to appear in various television projects, and films, including "Queen: The Story of an American Family", "The Little Rascals", and "Dr. Doolittle". She also launched a recording career which would go on to sell millions of albums. In 2003, she began appearing on the Disney Channel's "That's So Raven". The show became one of the most successful in Disney Channel history. Merchandise alone for That's So Raven has generated $400 million in sales worldwide to date. Symone then went on to appear in "The Cheetah Girls" series and its spin-off films. She has worked steadily since then, and is currently appearing on Broadway in "Sister Act".