Chris Kattan Net Worth

The ones who have followed the popular show named Saturday Night Live or SNL must be familiar with Chris Kattan. Even though he is no longer around, he was one of the most important actors included in the project. If you are curious about him and his net worth, this post serves the information for you.

Net Worth

As of July 2021, Chris Kattan has an estimated net worth of $10 million. He has mostly earned his wealth from both the film industry and the comic world. Not only that, he is also known as a voice actor.

Chris Kattan Net Worth


The career of Chris Kattan started when he involved with a lot of different comedy groups in the Los Angeles area, especially The Groundlings, the one found by his father. During the time, he took small roles in some TV shows, including in the No, This Is Not Based Entirely on Julie’s Life episode of NewsRadio. In that episode, he played as a photo shop employee.

He then decided to move to New York to work on Saturday Night Live. Chris Kattan was included as one of the main casts of SNL from 1996 to 2003. He actor and comedian played a lot of roles on the show, including as Mango, an animalistic man, and one of half of the nightclubbing Butabi Brothers with Will Ferrell. The last one inspired the stars of a feature film known as Night at the Roxbury. He was also popular for the characters such as Mr. Peppers, Azrael Abyss, Gay Hitler, Suel Forrester, and Kyle DeMarco. Apart from that, he also impersonated some popular celebrities, including Clay Aiken, Christine Amanpour, Antonio Banderas, Andy Dick, Larry Fine, Bill Gates, Ben Affleck, David Gest, Elian Gonzalez, Anne Heche, Julio Iglesias Jr., Steve Irwin, Chris Kirkpatrick, Ricky Martin, Al Pacino, Kid Rock, David Lee Roth, Paul Shaffer, David Spade, Kerri Strug, Geraldo Rivera, Robert Downey Jr., and Anthony Fauci.

After parting with SNL, the one who was born on October 19, 1970 continues to work mostly in TV. The actor was actually supposed to play Xanthias in The Frog but the director and the choreographer Susan Stroman did not agree with it and he was replaced just before opening. In 2008, he then made an appearance in a Diet Pepsi Max commercial during Super Bowl XLII. A year later, he acted in the IFC miniseries named Bollywood Hero. In 2009, he took a supporting role in The Middle where he played a friend of Frankie Heck at the car dealership named Bob. He then guest starred in an episode of How I Met Your Mother.

On December 17, 2011, Chris Kattan returned to Saturday Night Live not as a fixed member but as a guest. That episode was Christmas special. It was hosted by Jimmy Fallon. In 2014, the man from Culver City, California acted as Mango for the second time when he featured in the video of Missy Elliot named Shut It Down. Three years later, he participated in the season of 24 of Dancing with the Stars even though he was eliminated shortly after joining. When he was on the show, he was paired with the professional dancer named Witney Carson. In December 2018, he was on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz, Tracy Morgan, and Ariana Grande. Him, the other SNL alumni, and the singer Ariana Grande teamed up to reprise their iconic SNL sketch performance of I Wish It Was Christmas Today. Since 2011, the date was the first time that all people who have performed the song performed it again.

In May 2019, he released Baby, Don’t Hurt Me: Stories and Scars from Saturday Night Live where everyone got to know about his career at Saturday Night Live, his complicated relationship with Lorne Michaels, his extraordinary childhood, and the other interesting things.

Chris Kattan Career


    • A Night at the Roxbury
    • House on Haunted Hill
    • Any Given Wednesday
    • Monkeybone
    • Corky Romano
    • Undercover Brother
    • Enough About Me
    • Adam & Steve
    • Santa’s Slay
    • The Year Without a Santa Claus
    • Two Dreadful Children
    • Undead or Alive
    • Aqua Teen Hunger Force Color Movie Film for Theaters
    • Nancy Drew
    • Christmas in Wonderland
    • Delgo
    • Bollywood Hero
    • Tanner Hall
    • Hollywood & Wine
    • Foodfight!
    • Crazy Enough
    • Guns, Girls and Gambling
    • Hotel Transylvania 2
    • The Ridiculous 6
    • The Last Film Festival
    • Walk of Fame
    • How to Get Girls


    • Saturday Night Live
    • Grace Under Fire
    • Celebrity Deathmatch
    • Inked
    • Totally Awesome
    • Sunset Tan
    • Hollywood Residential
    • The Middle
    • How I Met Your Mother
    • Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
    • Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off
    • The Awesomes
    • Jake and the Never Land Pirates
    • Bunnicula
    • Dancing with the Stars
    • Mutt & Stuff
    • Real Rob
    • Bill Nye Saves the World
    • Cody Zingsheim
    • Celebrity Family Fued

Early Life

Chris Kattan was born on October 19, 1970 as Christopher Lee Kattan. His place of birth is Culver City, California, United States of America. His father, Kip King, was an actor and a voice actor while his mother, Hajnalka E. Biro, was a model in London. When he was still a kid, his parent decided to take separate ways and his mother married for the second time, this time with a Buddhist therapist and monk. Then, Kattan lived on a Zen retreat on Mount Baldy outside of Los Angeles. When he was a teen, he lived on Bairbridge Island, Washington and he graduated from Bainbridge High School in 1989.

Personal Life

On the Christmas Eve of 2006, Chris Kattan proposed to his model girlfriend named Sunshine Deia Tutt before married her two years later in Oakhurst California, United States. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last long because they divorced just two months after making a promise to love each other forever. Actually, these two were officially divorced in February 2009.

In 2014, Chris Kattan was arrested by police after driving under influence. It was fatal as he had to undergo under surgery. Before the accident, he was already injured when he broke his neck while doing a stunt.

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