Wayne Brady net worth: Wayne Brady is an American actor, singer, comedian and television personality who has a net worth of $10 million. Wayne Brady made his start in community theater in Florida. Brady is best known for his work as a regular on the American version of the improvisational comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Initially planning to join the military, Brady was not aware of his gift for entertaining at first. But once he discovered his talent while still at high school, Brady started his comedy work by joining Orlando's Sak Theatre. Thus, he made his professional debut in the legendary drama A Raisin in the Sun, after which appeared in numerous other stage productions. After a brief stay in Las Vegas, Wayne moved to Los Angeles in 1996, where he had performed both stage and TV performances. Among others, he has appeared on several dramatic series including I'll Fly Away and In the Heat of the Night. In 1998, he served as host of the VH-1 series Vinyl Justice, in addition to his late-'90s appearance on Whose Line Is It Anyway? Brady appeared as rotating replacement on the improvisational comedy game show, but soon was switched to being one of the regular members of the cast. Next, he wrote, produced, and starred The Wayne Brady Show, which debuted in 2001. Even though the show was canceled, Brady's popularity has rapidly grown thanks to his amiable, down-to-earth persona and everyman attitude. In 2004, Wayne proved once again that he has a quick-witted sense of humor in a memorable episode of the wildly popular Comedy Central series Chappelle's Show. His other appearances in a variety of television series' include Reno 911, Stargate SG-1, and Kevin Hill. In February of 2006, acted as a host of the thought-provoking TV Land series, That's What I'm Talking About. One year later, he started a three-year run hosting the music-related game show Don't Forget the Lyrics, and currently hosts the 2009 revival of Let's Make a Deal.