Award-winning comedian Ross Noble has an estimated net worth of $1.2 Million. Noble, who hails from Northumberland, England, acquired his net worth as the 11th Great Stand-Up comedy on Channel's four's 100 Greatest comic.
At the age of 11, Noble was diagnosed with dyslexia and decided not choose a career that rely on academic abilities. His new-found information helped him to go down the comedy route. In fact at school, Noble told the careers advisor that he wanted become a comedian – which led to him to do a performing arts course at Newcastle College. However the course wasn't for Noble, as he said 'the information taught is not important in being a good performer.
Noble's first stand-up performance was at the age of 15, performing at a local comedy club. As he was underage to perform at such clubs, Noble was quickly ushered out immediately after the performance.
Since performing at his local comedy club, Noble became one of the most original comedian, who has rapidly gained fame in Australia as well as the UK and has toured extensively since the beginning of this century . In additional to this, Noble has won countless awards which include a Time Out and Barry Award in for his live stand-up shows. The 35 year old was also a Premier Award nominee for his Edinburgh show, Laser Boy.
Noble latest show, Nonsensory Overload, is set to be his biggest show yet, started in the UK in 2010 and is set to kick off in Australia in 2012. 2011 is the year of well-earn rest for Noble.
Noble also made regular television appearances on BBC's Have I Got News for You, Room 101, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and Jack Dee Live at the Apollo. He has also made TV regular appearances down under which includes, Thank God You're Here, Rove Live and The Panel. Will he do a Russell Brand and venture into movies? Not a chance, as the spontaneous comic frown at the thought of any scripted performances.