Anthony Anderson Net Worth

Anthony Anderson is an American actor and comedian. He has appeared in numerous films and television shows. Anderson is best known for his leading roles in drama series K-Ville, The Shield and as NYPD Detective Kevin Bernard on the NBC crime drama Law & Order.

Anthony Anderson Net Worth
Anthony Anderson Net Worth

Anthony Anderson Biography

Name Anthony Anderson
Net Worth $25 Million
Age 52
Height (1.76 m)
Weight 70KG (Approx)
Profession Actor
Date Of Birth 15 August 1970
Birthplace United States
Nationality American
Income $2 Million (Annual)
Spouse Alvina Stewart

Anthony Anderson Net Worth

Net Worth: $25 Million
Salary: $400 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth: Aug 15, 1970 (51 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Comedian, Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor, Screenwriter
Nationality: United States of America

Personal Life

In 1999, Anderson decided to marry Alvina Stewart and he did that. Alvina Stewart, is a fitness fanatic, wife, and mother. Unlike her famous husband, Stewart stays out of the public eye. Her Instagram is set to private, and she occasionally shows up on Anderson’s Instagram page.

Anthony Anderson has two children, a daughter named Kyra and a son named Nathan. He worked as Tahj in the Netflix sitcom “Richie Rich.” He became so popular in the film industry due to that project. Although he has soo much wealth, Anderson said that no matter how much he loved his children, he couldn’t see himself “spoiling” them.

Early Life

Anthony Anderson was born on August 15, 1970 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was raised in Compton and is an alumnus of the Hollywood High School Performing Arts Magnet’s Class of 1988 and Howard University. After his first attempt at stand-up comedy was a self-described “failure” (amusingly, his first gig at The Comedy Act Theater was under the stage name “Tasty Tony, the One and Only, and if there’s another, he’s a phony,” which as he told it years later led the audience to boo him off the stage before he said a single word), Anderson kept at it and met an actor named Guy Torry, who would go on to be a key collaborator in the early part of his career. Despite much of his work continuing to be in comedy following this inauspicious stage debut, Anderson has been clear that he doesn’t see himself as a comedian in the traditional sense, but instead as an actor who often works in comedy.

Awards and Nominations

Anthony Anderson has been nominated for and won a number of prestigious awards.


  • The Departed won the National Board of Review Award for Best Cast.
  • The Departed won the Black Movie Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role.
  • In 2015, 2016, and 2017, he won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor on a Comedy Series for his role in Black-ish.
  • The Departed won the Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture.


Anderson made his debut as a stand-up comedian, but he failed miserably on his first try. Guy Torry, a fellow humorous performer, urged him to continue to perform. Anderson and Guy co-starred in Eddie Murphy’s film “Life.” Anderson appeared and is also the executive producer in the ABC show “Black-ish,” is the executive producer. He received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for his work.

He’s played Teddy Broadis on “Hang Time,” “NYPD Blue,” “Malcolm & Eddie,” “In the House,” and “Ally McBeal,” among other shows. Anderson has had guest appearances on “Til Death” and “The Bernie Mac Show,” among other programs. In the sitcom “All About the Andersons,” he played the lead role. In 2008, he debuted his NBC breakthrough in the crime series “Law & Order,” and he has since been in the crime dramas “K-Ville” and “The Shield.”

Anderson also directed a short video for the Responsibility Project, which premiered on the TV show In the House in 2009. Since 2014, he has hosted “Wall of Fame,” a family game show, and since 2016 “To Tell the Truth.” He also appeared in “The Departed,” “Scary Movie 4”, “Scary Movie 5”, “Scary Movie 3,” and “Scream 4,” among other films. He returned to Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition as a participant in 2020.

He voiced a cocaine dealer in Scarface: The World Is Yours in 2006, Troy Dollar in Def Jam: Icon the next year, and “Monster voices” for Diablo III in 2012. He acted in the crime drama Small Town Crime in 2017, did voiceover work in the animated flicks The Star and Ferdinand in 2017, and was featured in the Netflix film Beats in 2019.

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