How rich is Fred Norris?

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How rich is Fred Norris?

Fred Norris Net Worth:
$16 Million

Birth date: July 9, 1955
Death date: December 13, 2006, Tyldesley, United Kingdom
Birth place: Willimantic, Connecticut, United States
Height:6' 2½" (1.89 m)
Profession: Disc jockey, Radio personality, Presenter, Screenwriter, Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Allison Furman (m. 1994)
Children: Tess Norris
Parents: Henry Nukis, Valija Nukis
Movies: All in Time, Everything's Jake, 5up 2down, Cold Hearts, Two Ninas, Cruel Intentions
TV shows: The Howard Stern Radio Show, Howard Stern on Demand, The Howard Stern Show

Fred Norris Net Worth:

Fred Norris Net Worth $16 Million

Fred Norris first met Stern while working at WCCC FM, a radio station in Hartford, Connecticut. Radio personality Fred Norris has a net worth of $16 million and a yearly salary of $6 million. His net worth and estimated wages has helped him to get enlisted among the most affluent personas of present time.

Fred Norris experienced a tumultuous childhood in the hands of an alcoholic dad, and spent much of his youth from his house as much as you possibly can. It wasn’t until his mom remarried that Norris located firmness in the home. Mainly in charge of sound effects and sound beats, Norris also gives with jokes and other written comedy content and cuing advertisement breaks, Norris can also be the focus of the section Win Fred’s Money where listeners are pit against Norris in a game of comprehensive trivia. He met his wife, Allison, through Knob-A-Date, a section on The Howard Stern Show in the early 1990s. Norris has had minor roles in a smattering of pictures including Cruel Intentions, Everything’s Jake, and Lulu on the Bridge. Norris founded the group King Norris, that he also plays guitar. To get a time, a weekly section entitled The Best of Fred may be heard to the Most Effective of Friday show. Fred has additionally appeared in a number of little television and film characters. He played a younger version of himself in Private Parts in 1997. He played a meter maid in Cruel Intentions in 1999. Most recently, he impersonated a pawn shop owner named Leon, on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2013.