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How rich is Jenna Marbles? Net Worth, Boyfriend, Height, Bio



Jenna Marbles is an American YouTuber, comedian and actress who was born in 1986 and is best known for her comedic videos. She is the most-watched woman-run channel on YouTube, with over 15 million subscribers, placing her 7th in the world. She has won several awards, including a Young Hollywood Award and a Shorty Award. She has also been the subject of both praise and criticism for her content, but has learned from her mistakes and apologized for any offensive content, and has since strived to produce wholesome, non-offensive content. She is also an executive producer for films based on James Patterson’s novels, “Maximum Ride.” Her net worth is estimated to be over $8 million.

Early life, family, educational background

American comedian, actress and YouTuber, Jenna Nicole Mourey – better known as Kenna Marbles online – was born on 15 September 1986, in Rochester, New York State USA. She has an older brother, Devin, with whom she was raised by their mother Deborah, and their (unnamed) father who is a chemist, holding several patents. In 2004, Jenna matriculated from Brighton High School in Rochester, after which she moved to Boston and attended Suffolk University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and then Boston University to earn a Master of Education in Sport Psychology and Counseling.


In 2010, Jenna was living in a three-bedroom apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with roommates. She had to work at a tanning salon, as a bartender, a go-go dancer at nightclubs, and a blogger to pay her $800 rent. She also started writing for StoolLaLa, Barstool Sports’ female-oriented site, but left the publication the following year.

Dave Portnoy, the President of Barstool, is publicly considered to be a very problematic person, which is reflected in his business. Barstool is famous for their offensive comments, which they insist are jokes and not their actual values or beliefs as individuals or the company as a whole. However, the overwhelmingly racist, sexist and homophobic content they publish, along with their employees being mostly cis, white, straight people, lead many to believe that what they publish is what they believe. Barstool Sports has responded to these claims by saying that they like to pretend we live in a utopia where ‘PC Police’ do not exist. Dave also added to the conversation, ‘This is exactly, and I mean exactly, why Barstool Sports has to exist… Because we’re one of the few places… where we don’t let agendas dictate what we do.’

Jenna was their most famous female personality, and Dave has publicly fought with her, saying that she doesn’t give him credit for launching her career.


He told Entrepreneur in a 2013 interview, ‘She told People magazine she fell into making YouTubes. Actually, no, you were working at a tanning salon, and I hired you, that’s how you started… I’ve hired one girl in 10 years, and it was her… We never could see eye-to-eye.’

In 2010, “How to Trick People into Thinking You’re Good Looking” was Jenna’s first viral video, and within its first week it attracted over 5.3 million views; it currently has more than 60 million views, and is still garnering more. Her next video, “How to Avoid Talking to People You Don’t Want to Talk to,” was talked about in August 2011 by both The New York Times and on ABC News – it has over 35 million views and is still growing.

Jenna’s channel is the most-watched woman-run channel on YouTube, with over 15 million subscribers, placing her 7th in the world. In July 2015, the channel’s click rate surpassed 1.8 billion.


On 5 April 2006, Jenna created her YouTube account “Jenna Mourey”, but didn’t upload her first video until 13 February 2008, entitled “Itchy says I love you,” a 20-second video of her boyfriend’s dog, Itchy. At the time, most of her videos included her then-boyfriend, Max Weisz (known as MaxNoSleeves on YouTube). He launched his only channel after their break-up.

In February 2010, Jenna started her second YouTube channel because she enjoyed making people laugh. She wanted the channel to be the same name as her first one, but when searching under ‘Mourey,’ Jenna’s channel was the first link that showed up. This was problematic for Jenna’s mother, who was looking for a job at the time. So, Jenna named the channel “Jenna Marbles” after her chihuahua, Mr. Marbles. At first, Jenna only made vlogs about her life in the nightlife industry and with Marbles. She posted random vlogs until her viral 2010 hit, after which she began regularly uploading every Wednesday or Thursday.


Her channel’s growth allowed her to begin doing it full-time. Her success also lead to brand partnerships, merchandise, and ad revenue.

In 2013, “Good Morning America” interviewed Jenna, and then mocked her and her career, for which they received a heavy online bashing from Jenna’s viewers and other people in the YouTube community for their behavior.

Jenna’s videos were mainly short comedic skits with a “how-to” theme, as well as a few Q&A videos and occasional rants; they were also heavily-laced in dark, raunchy humor and swear words; her more recent videos are a lot more wholesome. Her later videos are unscripted, longer, and focus on a quiet life with her dogs and boyfriend; most are about art, beauty, and miscellaneous topics. Jenna enjoys giving her boyfriend or herself a makeover in a series called “Rachet Salone,” and a lot of her videos featured mainly around her dogs, such as “Teaching My Dogs How to Swim” and “My Dogs Try on Halloween Costumes.”

Jenna’s unconventional ‘beauty’ videos gained so much attention, that on 26 February 2019, she collaborated with beauty guru James Charles on his channel. She always finds a way to put a unique twist on trending videos or challenges.

On 25 June 2020, Jenna posted “A Message,” in which she gave a heartfelt apology for the internalized misogyny and racism in her old videos and the harm they caused to her viewers, saying ‘It’s shameful, it’s awful. I wish it wasn’t part of my past.’ She added that she has since attempted to learn from her experience and mature from it, saying that she only wants to produce wholesome, non-offensive content. To avoid offending anyone who comes across the videos, Jenna deleted or privatised the problematic videos on her channel.

Although her address was well-received as it was a genuine apology, Jenna spoke about the issue again and announced that she was taking a break from making videos and may never return to YouTube.

‘For now, I just can’t exist on this channel… I hope you know that’s [upsetting anyone] just not my intent; that’s not what I ever set out to do.’ She wanted to take time to reflect on her past and distance herself from it. The following day, Julien tweeted that he would also be taking a break from YouTube, and their joint Twitch streams and podcast would be on indefinite hiatus.

In November 2020, her channel ranked 177th as the most subscribed to. Even after leaving YouTube, Jenna is still referred to as the ‘Queen of YouTube.’


In 2014, Jenna won a Young Hollywood Award as a Viral Superstar, and in 2017 she won a Shorty Award for YouTube Ensemble.

Jenna released Kermie Worm and Mr. Marbles – a brand of dog toys named and modeled after two of her dogs (before she adopted Peach and Bunny).

In 2015, she guest-appeared in “Smosh: The Movie” as herself. The following year she became an executive producer for films based on James Patterson’s novels, “Maximum Ride.”


Jenna began public speaking, and in 2017 was invited to speak in Lisbon, Portugal, at the Web Summit, and the following year at Rise, a web conference held in Hong Kong. The Program Board also invited her to speak to over 1500 students at a Fall Speaker Event held by the Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.

She was a producer of the weekly podcast series, The Jenna Julien Podcast, in which she and Julien (and occasionally some guests) spoke about conspiracy theories, other YouTubers, and their childhoods. After she left YouTube, Julien posted solo episodes until August 2020.

Personal life

In 2011, she moved to Santa Monica with her then-boyfriend and fellow YouTuber, Stephen Maxamillian Weisz, known as Max and as MaxNoSleeves online; he made comedy sketch videos and vlogs. Jenna’s dogs, Kermit, and Marbles, moved to Santa Monica with them. Jenna and Max broke up in early December 2012.

She began dating Julien Solomita in February 2013, announcing their relationship on 13 June 2013. At first her fans were cold towards Julien, as they’d grown to like Max, but Julien’s personality and clear love for Jenna soon won them over. He started his own YouTube channel, and they often appeared in each other’s videos.

Julien tends to go along with whatever Jenna wants, who allows her to do his make-up, put wigs on him, make clothes or costumes for him, etc. A running theme of their joint videos is that Jenna is a Virgo and Julien is an Aries – a match that doesn’t usually work together. Julien is wilder and chaotic, whereas Jenna finds fun in control and order.

Their dogs are also frequent guests on their channels. Marbles is a 12-year-old chihuahua born on 5 June 2008, Kermit a 10-year-old Italian greyhound born on 20 June 2010, Peach a six-year-old Italian greyhound born on 15 June 2014, and Bunny who is a five-year-old full-size greyhound born on 8 June 2015, which they rescued on 19 April 2019.

In 2018, they adopted a hamster and named him Adword “Ad” Sponsorhands – Julien was particularly close to Ad, so found his passing on 30 March 2018 very difficult, and posted a beautiful video dedicated to him in which Julien cried, and said he would take a break from YouTube while mourning.

They bought a $3 million Los Angeles home in 2018, and currently reside there.

Jenna has a very positive public image, and is considered to be a caring, genuine and comedic person. However, her online reputation has not always been peachy-clean – she was critisized for ‘drinking, sexuality, and profane humor, which earned her the rap of being a potentially bad role model for her young fans.’ In the early years of her YouTube career, she made content in which she would use excessive derogatory language, slut-shame, and even spray tan to look darker when impersonating Nicki Minaj. As Jenna has got older and reflected over those videos, she has acknowledged her errors and offences, and learned from them.


In her “Reacting to My Old Videos (300th Video)” special, she said that what she did and said in the past is not okay, and the comments on her early videos lead her to learn from her mistakes and grow as a person.

She uploaded a video introducing their new pet, a fish. However, Jenna received comments saying that the way she rehoused the fish was not correct, and the supplies were not suitable nor healthy for the fish. Jenna responded by uploading a lengthy apology video explaining that she felt the best decision for the fish was to return it to the store. She also added the original video at the end of her apology, to show people what not to do, so that they may learn from her experience and mistakes. Viewers praised Jenna for her genuine and lengthy apology video, and compared it to more serious offences, which received much shorter apologies, such as PewDiePie’s apology for using the n-word when live streaming.

She has also been praised for her wholesome content, and the kind treatment of her pets, especially Bunny, who was rescued from an abusive home, which left the dog with many anxious tendencies.

Even though Jenna is considered one of the most successful and famous YouTubers, she is still humble and keeps her personal life private. She enjoys staying home and spending time with Julien and their pets.

Hobbies, favorite things, and interesting facts

In 2015, Jenna was the first YouTuber to have her wax figure displayed in New York  City’s Madame Tussauds Gallery.

She became a vegan in 2015.


Jenna has gray eyes, naturally dark blonde hair – but often dyes it – is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 120lbs (54kgs).

Net worth and salary

As of 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $8 million.

Started with in April 2023. Previously, Executive Editor at Echoes Media. Holds a Journalism degree from New York University.

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What happened to Zachary Gordon? What is he doing today?



Who is Zachary Gordon?

Zachary Gordon is an American actor, probably most famous for his portrayal of Greg Heffley in the film adaptations of the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” book series. He’s also appeared in several other TV shows and films.

What is Zachary Gordon Doing Today?

In recent years, Zachary has been more focused on voice acting; his work includes voicing the character Tighnari from the HoYoverse’s action-role-playing video game “Genshin Impact”.

Furthermore, he is up to recording music, and recently released the single “Time Bomb”. The song is a mixture of pop with rock guitars.

Zachary Gordon Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Zachary Adam Gordon was born on 15 February 1998, in Oak Park, California, USA, of Jewish ancestry, the youngest son of Kenneth Gordon and his wife, Linda. He grew up in Southern California with two older brothers, attended Oak Park High School, and after matriculation, enrolled at Chapman University.


Career Beginnings

Zachary Gordon made his television debut in 2006 when he appeared as Richie in two episodes of the comedy series “All of Us”. The show aired on UPN and later on The CW, and was created by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.

Gordon made multiple appearances in the popular CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” in 2006 and 2009 – in Season 1 he played Stacy’s son in the episode “Matchmaker”, and in Season 4 Tyler Stinson (Grant), one of Ted’s nephews, in the episodes “Three Days of Snow” and “The Stinsons”.

He continued with minor roles in the following years, appearing in such films as “Georgia Rule”, “National Treasure: Book of Secrets”, and “Sex and Death 101”, all in 2007, then “The Brothers Bloom” in 2009.

“Diary of a Wimpy Kid” Success

Zachary Gordon played the lead role of Greg Heffley in the film adaptations of the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” children’s book series by Jeff Kinney, which follow the daily struggles and humorous mishaps of middle schooler Greg as he navigates through school and adolescence.

In the first film, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” (2010), Greg starts middle school with his best friend, Rowley Jefferson, and tries to become popular by any means necessary, including creating a haunted house and trying out for the wrestling team. Throughout the movie, he learns the importance of true friendship and being himself.

In the second film, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules” (2011), Greg deals with his older brother Rodrick’s constant teasing and pranks, while trying to impress his crush, Holly Hills. He also struggles with telling the truth, keeping secrets from his parents and best friend.


In the third film, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” (2012), Greg faces the challenges of summer vacation, including a disastrous camping trip and an unfortunate job at a country club. He also tries to reconnect with his best friend after their friendship becomes strained.

Throughout the trilogy, Zachary’s portrayal of Greg Heffley captured the character’s humor, awkwardness, and relatability. The films were well-received by the public, which turned Zachary into a rising young star in Hollywood.

Other Projects

After the success of “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”, Zachary became more focused on television and voice roles. He had a recurring role in the supernatural horror series “Dead of Summer” in 2016, while in 2017, he guest-starred in the medical drama series “The Good Doctor”.

Furthermore, he was Tate Wilson in five episodes of the critically acclaimed series “Good Trouble” from 2019 to 2020.

In 2020 he portrayed Emmett in the spin-off comedy film “American Pie Presents: Girls Rules”, and in 2021 starred in the films “Violet”, a drama starring Justin Theroux, Luke Bracey, and Olivia Munn, and “Dreamcatcher”, a horror film directed by Jacob Johnson.

Voice Acti’Zachary Gordon is a talented actor who has made a name for himself not only in front of the camera, but also behind the microphone. Throughout his career, he has lent his voice to a variety of animated characters in films, TV shows, and video games. Gordon’s first voice acting role was as Little Lopart in the popular children’s series “Handy Manny” in 2008-2009. He went on to voice Young Bruce Wayne/Young Aqualad in three episodes of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” in 2008 and 2010.


In 2009, Gordon voiced the character of Paws in “The Search for Santa Paws”, a direct-to-DVD Christmas film. He also played the main role of Gil in the animated TV series “Bubble Guppies” in 2011, showcasing his ability to deliver engaging and memorable performances as the lead character.

Gordon’s talent as a voice actor also earned him roles in the Star Wars franchise, where he voiced Mart Mattin and Imperial Technician #1 in three episodes of “Star Wars Rebels” from 2016 to 2018. He also voiced Hayner in the popular video game “Kingdom Hearts III” in 2019.

More recently, Gordon has continued to build his voice acting resume, lending his voice to various characters in video games such as “Mafia: Definitive Edition” (2020), among others.

Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Zachary Gordon’s net worth is estimated at $2 million as of mid-2023.

Personal Life, Dating, Girlfriend, Single

When it comes to his personal life, Zachary has been very secretive about it, and there is no reliable information on his endeavors. However, according to some sources, he dated Bailee Madison in 2013, and was then supposedly in a relationship with Sabrina Carpenter from 2013 to 2014. According to reports, he’s now single and focused on his career.

Appearance and Body Measurements

Zachary Gordon has dark brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), while he weighs approximately 165lbs (75kgs), and his vital statistics are 40-14-33.


Facts and Trivia

In addition to acting, Zachary is a singer and a guitar player; he portrayed Greg Heffley only in the first three films. He has worked with several brands, including McDonald’s, Union Bank of America and Home Depot among others.

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From Fairy to Succession – The Secret Life of Sarah Snook



Who is Sarah Snook?

Sarah Snook is an Australian actress, best known to the world as Shiv Roy in the TV series “Succession” (2018-2023), also as Marian Marriott in the horror film “Winchester” (2018), and as Sarah Greenbaum in the comedy-drama “An American Pickle” (2020), in addition to numerous other popular roles she’s played so far in her career.

Sarah Snook Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Sarah Ruth Snook was born on 1 December 1987, in Adelaide, South Australia. The daughter of a swimming-pool salesman father and an aged care provider mother – her parents divorced when she was young.

Sarah grew up in Eden Hills with her two older sisters, and went to St John’s Grammar School in Belair, then won a drama scholarship for Scotch College in Torrens Park during high school. Furthermore, she subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Sydney’s National Institute of Dramatic Art.


Career Beginnings: From a Fairy to International Acclaim

Before rising to stardom, Sarah had a rather humble and unconventional beginning to her career – she would impersonate a fairy at children’s birthday parties, before making her on-screen debut as Sophie in an episode of the TV series “All Saints”, an Australian medical drama.

Sarah first gained attention in Australia for her role in the television series “Sisters of War” in 2010, in which she co-starred with Claire van der Boom, and is based on the true story of two Australian women who survived as prisoners of war in Papua New Guinea during World War II.

She continued her career with the role of Antonia in the Australian TV series “Spirited”; Sarah appeared in all ten episodes of the series, which garnered her positive reviews.

She then played the role of Stevie in the 2012 Australian romantic comedy film “Not Suitable for Children”. The movie follows Jonah (Ryan Kwanten), a party-loving young man who is diagnosed with testicular cancer, and realizes that he may never be able to have children. In a desperate attempt to preserve his fertility, Jonah sets out to find a woman willing to have a baby with him before it’s too late. Stevie (Snook) is one of Jonah’s close friends who becomes involved in his quest; the film also stars Ryan Corr and Bojana Novakovic.


Rise to Prominence

After a successful start as an actress, Sarah started getting more notable roles. In 2014, she portrayed the lead role of Jane/John in the sci-fi-thriller film “Predestination”, based on the short story “All You Zombies” by Robert A. Heinlein. It follows a time-traveling agent (Ethan Hawke) who must prevent a series of bombings orchestrated by a terrorist known as the Fizzle Bomber. Snook’s character, a temporal agent like Hawke’s, becomes involved in the mission, leading to a mind-bending plot twist that reveals the true identity of Jane/John. The film was critically acclaimed, and earned Sarah a nomination for Best Actress at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards.

The same year, she starred in the supernatural horror “Jessabelle”, which follows Jessie, a young woman who returns to her childhood home in Louisiana after a serious car accident that leaves her wheelchair-bound. As she tries to uncover the truth about her family’s past, Jessie is haunted by an evil spirit that seems to be targeting her. Directed by Kevin Greutert, the film also stars Mark Webber, Joelle Carter, and David Andrews.

“Succession” Stardom

After supporting roles in such films as the biographical “Steve Jobs” (2015) and “The Class Castle” in 2017, Sarah secured the role of her career in 2018 – Sarah Snook’s portrayal of Siobhan “Shiv” Roy in the HBO series “Succession” has been one of her most well-received performances to date. It follows the wealthy Roy family, who control a global media empire. Snook’s character, Shiv, is the only daughter of Logan Roy (played by Brian Cox) and a rising star in the family business. Over the course of the show, Shiv struggles with her desire for power and her loyalty to her family.

For her performance in “Succession”, Snook has been nominated for several awards, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in 2020. She’s also been praised by critics and audiences alike for her work on the show, cementing her status as one of Australia’s most talented actors.


Other Projects

To speak more of her accomplishments, Sarah played Marian Marriott in the horror film “Winchester” (2018), starring alongside Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke in the story of the eccentric heiress who built the Winchester Mystery House.

In 2020, Sarah played Sarah Greenbaum in the comedy-drama “An American Pickle”, which stars Seth Rogen as a man who is preserved in a vat of pickles for 100 years, and wakes up in modern-day New York. She also played Suzanne in the drama film “Pieces of a Woman”, which follows a woman’s emotional journey after experiencing a traumatic home birth.

In 2023, she starred as Sarah and served as an executive producer in the film “Run Rabbit Run”, a psychological horror-thriller about a woman who returns to her hometown to confront the demons of her past. The film was written by novelist Hannah Kent, and directed by Daina Reid.

Furthermore, she is set to star in the upcoming comedy-drama film “The Beanie Bubble”, which is now in post-production, and will co-star Elizabeth Banks and Zach Galifianakis.

Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Sarah Snook’s net worth is estimated at $4 million, as of mid-2023.


Personal Life, Married, Husband, Children

Sarah Snook has been married to Australian comedian Dave Lawson since February 2021; the couple started dating in 2020. She announced her pregnancy in March 2023 at the premiere of the fourth season of “Succession”.

Appearance and Body Measurements

Sarah Snook has red hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), while she weighs approximately 115lbs (52kgs), with vital statistics of 33-24-33, and bra size 36B.

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What is Jamie Lee Curtis’ husband, Christopher Guest, doing now?



Who is Christopher Guest?

Christopher Guest is an American-British screenwriter, director, actor, comedian and musician, perhaps best known as Corky St. Clair in the film “Waiting for Guffman” (1996) and as Alan Barrows in the film “A Mighty Wind” (2003), among many other projects, he’s created and acted in so far in his career.

What is Christopher Guest Doing Now?

Christopher is still active in the industry, and is currently working on the sequel “Spinal Tap II”, in which he will reprise the part of Nigel Tufnel.

Christopher Guest Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Christopher Haden-Guest, 5th Baron Haden-Guest, was born on 5 February 1948, in New York City, USA. His father, Peter Haden-Guest, was a British United Nations diplomat who later became the 4th Baron Haden-Guest, while his mother, Jean Pauline Hindes, was a former vice president of casting at CBS. Guest’s paternal grandfather, Leslie, Baron Haden-Guest, was a Labour Party politician who was a convert to Judaism. Guest’s maternal grandparents were Jewish emigrants from Russia.


Guest’s interests and talents were cultivated during his youth. He attended the High School of Music & Art in New York City, and studied classical music at the Stockbridge School in Interlaken, Massachusetts. There, he took up the mandolin, and became interested in country music. He played guitar with Arlo Guthrie, a fellow student at Stockbridge School, and later began performing with bluegrass bands until he took up rock ‘n’ roll.

Guest continued his education at Bard College for a year, before studying acting at New York University’s Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. He graduated in 1971, and soon afterwards began his career in the entertainment industry.

Career Beginnings

Christopher Guest began his career in theater, landing one of his earliest professional performances in Michael Weller’s “Moonchildren”, playing the role of Norman for the play’s American premiere at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC, in November 1971. Guest continued with the production when it moved to Broadway in 1972.

Guest’s early career was filled with minor roles in film and television, but it was his work in the comedy genre that brought him to stardom. Guest appeared in his first feature film, “The Hot Rock” in 1972, which starred Robert Redford and George Segal. Although Guest had a minor role as a uniformed police officer, it was his first big break into the film industry.

Two years later, Guest began making contributions to “The National Lampoon Radio Hour”, both performing and writing comic characters and musical parodies. He also played a small role in the off-Broadway revue “National Lampoon’s Lemmings”, which starred Chevy Chase and John Belushi.

The same year, Guest appeared in his first major film role in “Death Wish”, which starred Charles Bronson. The film was a commercial success, and Guest’s performance as a police officer helped establish him as a character actor in the industry.


Rise to Stardom

In 1975, Guest began his long-standing relationship with “Saturday Night Live”, appearing in a few sketches as a guest host and writer for the show. This eventually led to his most famous SNL character, Nigel Tufnel, the lead guitarist for the fictional band Spinal Tap.

The success of “This Is Spinal Tap” in 1984 helped launch Guest’s career as a filmmaker. The movie was a mockumentary about a fictional British heavy metal band, and Guest co-wrote, co-starred, and co-directed the film with Rob Reiner. It was a critical and commercial success, and established Guest as a master of the mockumentary genre.

Guest landed a recurring role in the iconic TV series “All in the Family” in 1977, playing Michael’s college buddy Jim in the episode “Mike and Gloria Meet”, which was a flashback to their first blind date. This guest spot exposed him to a broader audience, and he started getting more substantial roles.

That same year, Guest played a supporting role in the made-for-TV movie “It Happened One Christmas”, a gender-reversed retelling of the classic “It’s a Wonderful Life”. The film starred Marlo Thomas as Mary Bailey and Cloris Leachman as her guardian angel. Guest played Mary’s brother Harry, and his character had a significant impact on the story’s resolution. Although the film received mixed reviews, Guest’s performance was praised by critics.

In 1979, Guest starred in the short-lived sitcom “The Last Word”. The show revolves around a newsman who becomes the host of a talk show. Guest played the role of Dick, the show’s producer, and was praised for his comedic timing and delivery. Although the show was canceled after only one season, Guest’s performance was well-received, and helped establish himself as a comedic actor.

In 1986, Guest continued his success in the film industry, with his role as the sadistic dentist in “Little Shop of Horrors”, a musical comedy horror film. The film was directed by Frank Oz and starred Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene and Steve Martin.


Continued Success

Guest’s work in the late ‘80s and ‘90s cemented his status as a comedic star and a beloved figure in Hollywood. In 1987, he played the role of Count Rugen in the classic fairytale adventure film, “The Princess Bride”, directed by Rob Reiner, in which he starred alongside Cary Elwes and Robin Wright. This movie remains a beloved classic among audiences of all ages, and Guest’s performance as the sneering, scheming villain added to the film’s appeal.

The following year, he starred in the crime-comedy “Sticky Fingers”, which also featured Helen Slater and Melanie Mayron, followed by the satirical comedy “The Big Picture” (1989), which he co-wrote with Michael McKean. The film follows the journey of a young film student who gets his big break in Hollywood but quickly learns that the movie industry is not all it’s cracked up to be.

Guest’s work in the 90s continued to showcase his talent for improvisational comedy, and his ability to create quirky and memorable characters. In 1996, he wrote, directed, and starred in “Waiting for Guffman”, a mockumentary that follows the efforts of a small town to stage a musical production. This movie featured a stellar ensemble cast, including Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Parker Posey, and is widely regarded as one of the best examples of the mockumentary genre.

In 1998, Guest co-starred with Chris Farley in “Almost Heroes”, a comedy that follows the adventures of two bumbling explorers trying to beat Lewis and Clark to the Pacific Ocean. While the film didn’t perform well at the box office, it remains a cult favorite among fans of both Guest and Farley.

The 2000s and Later Work

Christopher Guest’s career continued to soar in the 2000s, with his involvement in several hit movies and TV shows. In 2000, he directed and starred in the mockumentary film “Best in Show”, which follows the lives of various owners and handlers as they prepare their dogs for a national dog show. The film was a critical and commercial success, and further established Guest’s reputation as a master of the mockumentary genre.

He followed up with another successful mockumentary, “A Mighty Wind” in 2003. The film revolves around the reunion of a fictional folk music group, and features an ensemble cast that includes many of Guest’s frequent collaborators.

Guest also starred in “For Your Consideration”, a 2006 comedy he also wrote and directed.

He returned to voice acting in 2007, lending his voice to the character of Nigel in the popular children’s animated series “SpongeBob SquarePants”.

He then starred in the science-fiction comedy “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” in 2009, alongside Ben Stiller and Robin Williams. Guest also appeared in the Ricky Gervais comedy “The Invention of Lying” the same year.



As the new decade began, Christopher’s level of activity in the industry decreased, resulting in only a few credited projects to his name. He directed the film “Mascots” (2016), and in 2020 he reprised the role of Count Tyrone Rugen in the film “Princess Bride Reunion”.

Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Christopher Guest’s net worth is estimated at $60 million, as of mid-2023.

Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Children

Christopher Guest has been married to actress Jamie Lee Curtis since 1984. The couple has adopted two children, Annie born in 1986, and Ruby in 1996.

Appearance and Body Measurements

Christopher Guest has grey hair and brown eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 11ins (1.8m), while he weighs approximately 150 lbs (69kgs). His vital statistics are 43-32-18.

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