How much is Bill Hader worth?
|Net Worth:||$12 Million
|Date of Birth:||June 7, 1978|
|Country:||United States of America|
Who Is Bill Hader
Comedian and chameleon-like impressionist doesn’t create characters on the late-night sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live as much as he disappears into them. A cast member on the show since 2005, Hader quickly became a utility player (much like Phil Hartman and Darrell Hammond before him) while still finding a way to take center stage with popular characters like “Stefon,” the New York club kid who has become a fixture of the “Weekend Update” segment. After quickly rising to stardom on the show, Hader also became an in-demand character actor in a number of Hollywood’s biggest comedies and is a key member of director Judd Apatow’s repertory ensemble.
Bill Hader has a net worth of $12 million dollars, as of 2020.
Quick Bill Hader Facts:
- Bill Hader was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- He performed with both Second City and ImprovOlympic in Los Angeles.
- Hader was hired as a “featured performer” on Saturday Night Live in 2005 (alongside Andy Samberg and Kristen Wiig) and was promoted to full cast member one year later in the show’s 32nd season.
- He has appeared in a number of feature films, including Superbad, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Year One and Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.
- In 2012, Hader received a Supporting Actor Emmy nomination for his work on SNL, making him the first cast member to be nominated in the category since Eddie Murphy in 1983.
Bill Hader ‘SNL’ Characters:
- “Stefon” – A frequent guest on “Weekend Update,” Stefon is a New York club kid who advises viewers on all of the city’s hottest nightspots.
- “Herb Welch” – Cantankerous old news correspondent known for smacking his interview subjects in the face with his microphone.
- “Vinny Vedecci” – Fast-talking (and Italian speaking) host of an Italian talk show.
- “Vincent Price” – Hader impersonates the famous monster movie actor in a series of televised specials set during the 1960s.
- “Keith Morrison” – Hader impersonates the Dateline host and makes his trademark “Ohhhh?” and “Yessss” especially odd and creepy.
- “Lindsay Buckingham” – Fleetwood Mac guitarist who never gets to speak during the “What’s Up With That?” sketches.
- Elliot Spitzer” – Hader impersonates the former governor of New York.
- Bill Hader was a writer, consultant and producer on the animated series South Park, and actually shared the show’s 2009 Emmy win for Best Animated Series.
- He won a 2008 Peabody Award for his political satire work on Saturday Night Live.
- Vanity Fair named Bill Hader one of “Comedy’s New Legends” in 2009.
- He has performed voiceover work for Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Xavier: Renegade Angel, The Venture Brothers and the video game Grand Theft Auto IV, as wella s feature films like Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and the main character in Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
- Hader and Saturday Night Live cast mate Seth Meyers wrote their own Spider-Man comic book in 2009.
- His father would sometimes perform stand-up when Hader was growing up in Tulsa.
- Before being discovered by Saturday Night Live, Hader worked as a production assistant on movies like The Scorpion King, Collateral Damage and
- He was a member of the four-person improvisational sketch comedy group Animals from the Future.
- Hader was “discovered” and recommended to SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels by Will & Grace actress Megan Mullally.
- In addition to his impressions of Keith Morrison and Vincent Price, Hader has regularly performed impressions of Alan Alda, Al Pacino, Peter O’Toole, Dave Matthews, Dr. Oz, James Carville and one-time presidential hopeful Rick Perry.
- An avid movie buff and obsessive fan of pop culture, Hader hosted and curated the 2011 “Essentials Jr.” series on Turner Classic Movies.