Bryan Callen Net Worth

Bryan Callen Net Worth:

Bryan Callen Net Worth

$2.5 Million

Net worth:

$2.5 Million

Date of birth:

Jan 26, 1967 (55 Years Old)




5 ft 10in (1.8 m).


Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter



What’s Bryan Callen’s net worth and salary?

Bryan Callen, an American comedian, and actor, has a net worth of $2.5 million. Bryan Callen started his career in the original cast of “Mad TV,” a sketch comedy television show. Later, he had roles on “Oz”, “7th Heaven,” “Death Valley,” and the sitcom “The Goldbergs” as well as its spinoff “Schooled.” Callen also has appeared in many films and is the co-creator and host of the podcast “The Fighter and the Kid”.

Education Early Life and Education

Bryan Callen was born January 26, 1967, at a Philippine military base to American parents Michael (and Victoria) Callen. His father was an international banker and he raised him in countries like India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Greece. Callen, a teenager who settled in the United States, attended Northfield Mount Hermon High School, in Gill, Massachusetts. He graduated in 1985 and went on to American University in Washington, DC, where he earned a BA in history degree.

Mad TV

Callen was one of eight original cast members for the sketch comedy TV series Mad TV in 1995. This was his big break. Callen was among the cast of “Mad TV” alongside Orlando Jones, Phil LaMarr, and Debra Wilson. Callen was well-known for his roles as Al Cassidy, a motivational speaker, and Jeremy Anderson, a death row inmate. Callen also performed a variety of celebrity impressions including those of Robert De Niro and Steven Seagal, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Jim Carrey. Callen was on the show for 2 seasons before he left in 1997.

Additional Television Career

Bryan Callen Net Worth

Callen left “Mad TV” to make a guest appearance in the sitcom “NewsRadio”, and he was a regular on “Oz,” a prison drama. He appeared on episodes of “Frasier,” Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, “Sex and the City” and “The West Wing” after that. Callen was the recurring character of George Vickery (2007-2006). He also played a major role in the Showtime show “Fat Actress,” which lasted just a few episodes. From 2006 to 2009, Callen played the recurring role of Bilson on “How I Met Your Mother.” He also played Rob Rubino from 2006 to 2007 in two episodes of “Entourage.”

Callen made his longest-running TV appearance in 2008 when he appeared on “truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest …,”, a reality comedy series on which he remained up until 2014. During that time, he appeared on several other shows including “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” CSI: Miami” and “Californication.” Callen hosted “Bank of Hollywood”, had a recurring role in “In Plain Sight”, and appeared on the MTV mockumentary “Death Valley”. Callen started two major recurring roles in 2014: Garo Kassabian, a drama series, and Rick Mellor, a high school gym teacher/coach, on “The Goldbergs.” The latter role was reprised by Callen as a starring part on “Schooled,” a spinoff series that ran for two seasons between 2019 and 2020.

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Film Career

Callen was a minor actor in films like “Mail Bonding”, “Driven to Drink” and “Live from Baghdad” early in his career. He had a small part in “Old School” and “Bad Santa” in 2003. Callen appeared in several comedy films throughout his career, including “Scary Movie 4,” “The Hangover,” and “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard” as well as “The 41-Year Old Virgin Who Knocked up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It,” where he starred. Other comedy credits include “Ride Along”, “About Last Night,” and “Walk of Shame.” Callen was also a coworker in Joaquin Phoenix’s psychological thriller, “Joker”.


Callen, along with fellow comedians and actors Chris D’Elia, launched the “Ten Minute Podcast” a podcast in 2012. Callen and D’Elia eventually were replaced by Tommy Blacha, and Chad Kultgen. Callen and Brendan Schaub, a former professional UFC fighter, created “The Fighter and the Kid,” a podcast in 2015. In 2016, the podcast went on a nationwide tour with Callen and Brendan Schaub.

Personal life

Bryan Callen was previously married from 2008 to 2021 to Amanda Humphrey.

Real Estate

Callen sold a Venice home for $1.9million in October 2018. The home was purchased by Callen in 2016 for $1.4 million.

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