Molly Shannon Net Worth

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Molly Shannon Net Worth:
$7 Million

Molly Shannon net worth: Molly Shannon is an American comic actress, producer and comedian who has a net worth of $7 million. Molly Shannon is probably most famous for being a cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1995-2001, and from such films as Superstar and Year of the Dog. She also starred in NBC's TV series Kath & Kim from 2008-2009 and in addition she starred on TBS's animated series Neighbors from Hell. She has had a number of supporting roles in many major films and she currently is a guest-host on the CBS daytime talk show The Talk. She was born on September 16, 1964 in Shaker Heights, Ohio to an Irish-American Catholic family. Molly lost her mother, younger sister and a cousin during an auto accident when she was only four years old. Shannon married artist Fritz Chesnut on May 29, 2004, they have two children: one daughter Stella who was born in 2003 and one son Nolan born in 2005. Prior to her breakthrough role on SNL she had a notable role as Meg in the 1989 horror film which was a remake of The Phantom of the Opera with Robert Englund, She also had a brief appearance in the second season of Twin Peaks she also appeared in two episodes of In Living Color in 1993.In 1998 she starred in the movie A Night at the Roxbury as the character known as Emily Sanderson alongside her SNL teammates Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan. She has appearance on such television shows as Will & Grace and Seinfeld. Shannon appeared in Sheryl Crow's music video "A Change (Will Do You Good)".

Molly Shannon Net Worth

Molly Shannon

Net Worth:$7 Million
Date of Birth:Sep 16, 1964 (56 years old)
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor, Comedian
Nationality:United States of America
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