Sherri Shepherd Net Worth

How much is Sherri Shepherd Worth?

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Sherri Shepherd net worth:
$10 Million

Sherri Shepherd's Salary

$1.5 Million Per Year

Sherri Shepherd net worth and salary: Sherri Shepherd is an American comedienne, actress, and talk show who has a net worth of $10 million. Sherri Shepherd has earned her living in a variety of different capacities, demonstrating her remarkably versatile talents. Shepherd's career in comedy began as she was actually working as a legal secretary. Sherri would do stand-up at night to earn extra cash, and soon landed a role on the short-lived TV series Cleghorne!, which starred former Saturday Night Live cast member Ellen Cleghorne. From there, Shepherd's star continued to rise. She soon earned a spot as a co-host on the popular daytime talk show The View, on which she has made a variety of controversial statements. Not the least of these was her claim to not know whether or not the earth is flat. She also remarked that R&B singer Shirley Caesar is "the black Patti LaBelle." The latter statement is controversial because both parties are black. Shepherd has also joined the ranks of comedians who have earned their own sitcoms with a show called Sherri, which aired one season in 2009 on the Lifetime channel.

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Sherri Shepherd Net Worth

Sherri Shepherd

Comedian
Date of Birth
Apr 22, 1967
Profession
Comedian, Actor, Presenter, TV Personality
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft (1.549 m)
Ethnicity
African American
Nicknames
Sherri Evonne Shepherd, Sherri Shepherd-Tarpley, Sherri Sheppard
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