Canadian comedian, television personality, actor, and producer Howie Mandel has a net worth of $60 million.
He came to national attention in the United States during a six-year run and he was starting playing 1982, in the role.
Born in Toronto, Canada on November 29, 1955, Mandel performed a set at The Comedy Store, which resulted in his being hired as a regular performer.
Mandel, who is currently 66 years, was booked to open for David Letterman at shows in the summer of 1979.
A producer for the syndicated comedy game show Makes Me Laugh saw him there, and booked Mandel for several appearances during the show’s run in 1979 and 1980.
Mandel is a distant cousin of Israeli violinist Itzhak Perlman. His father was a lighting manufacturer and he is a real estate agent.
Mandel hosted the 2018 revival CNBC of showing the game and also become an executive producer.