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|Net Worth||$16 million|
|Source of wealth||Actor, comedian, talk show host, writer and producer|
|Date of Birth||February 12, 1956|
|Country of Residence||United States of America|
Arsenio Hall Net Worth
Arsenio Hall net worth 2023: Arsenio Hall has earned his net worth through his years acting in both television and films and through real estate investments. Arsenio Hall net worth: Arsenio Hall is a well-known comedian, talk show host, television personality, actor, writer, and producer who has a net worth of $16 million.
Arsenio Hall Profile
Arsenio Hall is an American actor, comedian, talk show host, writer and producer. He is best known for hosting The Arsenio Hall Show, a late-night talk show that ran from 1989 until 1994, and again from 2013 to 2014.
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Hall was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Fred and Annie Hall. His father is a Baptist minister. Hall performed as a magician when he was a child. He graduated from Warrensville Heights High School in Warrensville Heights, Ohio, in 1973, after he briefly attended John F. Kennedy High School. He later attended college at Kent State University.
Hall later moved to Chicago, and then Los Angeles, to pursue a career in comedy, making a couple of appearances on Soul Train. In 1984, he was the announcer/sidekick for Alan Thicke during the short-lived talk show Thicke of the Night.
Hall appeared on five weeks’ worth of episodes of the short-lived NBC game show Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour from 1983 to 1984.
He was also the original voice of Winston Zeddemore in the cartoon The Real Ghostbusters from 1986 to 1987. In 1988, he co-starred in the comedy film Coming to America with Eddie Murphy.
Other television shows and films Hall has appeared in are Martial Law, Star Search (host), Coming to America (1988), and Harlem Nights (1989). Hall is also known for his appearance as Alan Thicke’s sidekick on the talk show Thicke of the Night.
Hall won NBC’s reality-competition game show Celebrity Apprentice 5.
Between 1988 and 1991, Hall hosted the MTV Video Music Awards. Over the years, he has appeared as a guest on numerous talk shows, in special features, as a voice actor, on game shows and other award shows.
Since The Arsenio Hall Show ended, Hall had leading roles on television shows such as the short-lived sitcom Arsenio (1997) and Martial Law with Sammo Hung (1998–2000), and hosted the revival of Star Search (2003–2004). While hosting Star Search, he popularized the catchphrase “Hit me with the digits!”
Hall appeared as himself in Chappelle’s Show in March 2004 (convinced by Swedish comedy director Saman Khadiri) when Chappelle was imagining “what Arsenio is doing right now” in a dinner scene.
Hall has guest co-hosted Wednesday evenings on The Tim Conway Jr. Show on KLSX 97.1 FM radio. He hosted MyNetworkTV’s comedic web video show The World’s Funniest Moments and TV One’s 100 Greatest Black Power Moves. He also appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher in May 2012, in a discussion commemorating the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
Hall was considered the host of the syndicated version of Deal or No Deal and filmed a pilot (there were six taped).
However, by the time the syndicated series began on September 8, 2008, Howie Mandel was chosen as host.
Hall also appeared regularly on The Jay Leno Show, and was a guest on Lopez Tonight. George Lopez credits Arsenio as the reason he had a late night show; Lopez appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show more times than any other comedian.
Lopez requested Hall be a co-host on Lopez Tonight (November 25, 2009) since he regarded Hall as his inspiration and the first “late night party show host”.
Hall has filled in as guest host for NBC’s Access Hollywood Live (2011) and CNN’s evening talk/interview program Piers Morgan Tonight in 2012.
In 2012, Hall was a contestant on the fifth edition of The Celebrity Apprentice, which began airing February 19, 2012.
Hall represented his charity, the Magic Johnson Foundation, which is dedicated to advancing economic and social equality by engaging minorities in every aspect of their communities; increasing academic and innovative achievement; and raising HIV/AIDS awareness, treatment and prevention. While Hall clashed with Aubrey O’Day, he befriended a majority of the cast.
On May 20, 2012, in the live season finale, be was chosen as the Celebrity Apprentice winner, being “hired” by billionaire real estate investor Donald Trump over the other celebrity finalist, singer Clay Aiken.
For winning The Celebrity Apprentice, Hall won the $250,000 grand prize for his charity, in addition to money for the tasks he and his team performed when he was a team leader.
A revival of Hall’s syndicated late-night talk show, The Arsenio Hall Show, premiered September 9, 2013, on Tribune owned stations and other networks via CBS Television Distribution. It was canceled after one season due to low ratings. The last taping aired May 30, 2014
- 1988 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture (Coming to America)
- 1989 American Comedy Award for Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture (Coming to America)
- Hall received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, Spring 1992
Some of the movies starred by the celebrated actor includes;
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Arsenio Hall net worth
Arsenio Hall net worth 2023 is estimated at $16 million. Hall used his fame during this period to help fight worldwide prejudice against HIV/AIDS after Magic Johnson contracted the virus. Hall and Johnson filmed a public service announcement about the disease that aired in the early 1990s